Here Are A Few Natural Tips to Beat Seasonal Respiratory Health Challenges

Spring and summer can be particularly difficult times of year for those with respiratory health challenges, when simple activities like gardening, walking the dog and reading a book on the patio can cause itching, wheezing, sneezing and trouble breathing.

A Few Tips to Curb Muscle Loss As You Age

As the population of Americans over age 55 soars toward 70 million over the next decade, more Americans are searching beyond avoiding wrinkles and fine lines for tips, foods and products that will help them live the lives they desire ...

Healthcare Solutions Company Introduces the EZ Lift™ Vest

The company is on a mission to enhance dignity, independence and the quality of life for patients and loved ones who are at risk for unintentional falls.

Did You Know That Gut Bacteria May Hold The Key to Alzheimer’s Disease Prevention

Bacteria in the intestine may accelerate the development of Alzheimer’s disease, according to new findings published online in the journal Scientific Reports. The study results may help scientists better understand how gut flora—a complex community of microorganisms that live in ...

Great Tips to Get in Shape and Stay in Shape

Losing weight and living a healthier lifestyle top millions of people’s list of goals. Unfortunately, it’s a lot easier to set a goal than it is to actually achieve it, so it’s important to have a game plan if you ...

Blacks & Diabetes- Six Symptoms That Should Not Ever Be Ignored!

More than 29 million people in the U.S., or 9.3 percent of the population, have diabetes. African Americans have some of the highest incidence rates for diabetes, along with more complications from the disease. Diabetes is treatable, but it is ...

Inactivity May Increase the Risk for Type 2 Diabetes, Even If You’re Skinny

Think staying skinny will help combat your risk for type 2 diabetes? Not necessarily, says a new study published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine, which found that people who are inactive may be at an increased risk for ...

Here are Five Things You Must Know if Someone You Love is Addicted to Painkillers

Fifty-two people die every day from opioid overdoses nationwide, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported more than 12 million U.S. residents used prescription painkillers non-medically in the past year.

Four Tips to Help Keep Your Kids’ Teeth Healthy and Clean

Because February is National Children's Dental Health Month, it's the perfect time to "brush up" on instilling good oral-hygiene habits.

Here Are Five Top Tips for Heart Health Month

Heart disease and stroke cause one in three deaths among women each year, killing approximately one woman every 80 seconds. While there are many risk factors involved that are beyond one’s control, a healthy lifestyle can make a big difference.

Some Things Are Too Toxic To Trash! Free Countywide Household Hazardous And E-Waste Roundup In Claremont On February 11, 2017

County of Los Angeles residents will have the opportunity to safely dispose of household hazardous waste such as antifreeze, unused pharmaceuticals, car batteries, used motor oil, paint, pesticides, home-generated sharps waste such as hypodermic needles, pen needles, syringes, lancets, and ...

Could Processed Meats Make Asthma Symptoms Worse?

If there are bacon lovers in your family, you may want to limit their intake of fatty, cured meats of this kind to less than four portions each week, especially if they have asthma. That’s because recent findings, published in ...

The Fight Is On To Protect Health Care In California, Says Foundation Head

As Republicans seek to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, advocacy organizations around the nation are strategizing on how best to respond. Do they defend the law at all costs? Do they take part in the repeal conversation so ...

Can’t Sleep At Night? More Technology Devices Promise Relief

Do you believe drinking coffee is keeping you up at night? It’s not — as long as you’re consuming less than four cups per day.

Health Officials Warn That This Year’s Flu Season Looks Severe

Flu season has officially started to peak across the country, according to the CDC, and this year’s epidemic may strike hard. This is why health experts are urging everyone, especially those most at risk for flu complications—the very young, the ...