Colorectal cancer is on the rise in younger people. New guidelines for earlier screenings for colorectal cancer could save your life. Dr. Desiree D'Angelo, of Premier Surgical Network, explains these new guidelines.
We all know stretching can improve range of motion, boost energy and increase blood flow as it reduces achy joints and helps us relax. So the question is, why aren’t we doing more of it? Here is a link to a video to get you started.
Reducing alcohol intake during the holiday season is crucial for maintaining both physical and mental well-being. Excessive alcohol consumption can contribute to weight gain, disrupt sleep patterns, and weaken the immune system, impacting overall health. Limiting or avoiding alcohol allows you to fully engage in and enjoy festive gatherings while promoting responsible and mindful choices for a more balanced lifestyle.
Fall is a season of cozy sweaters, pumpkin spice, and delicious treats. However, it's also important to stay mindful of our health goals, especially during the holiday season. We are sharing sharing some easy and quick snack ideas to hit your nutritional needs!
They are a great source of fiber and vitamins that can improve gut health, boost immunity, and help us manage our weight. They also have antioxidants that can protect us from cancer, and their vitamin A can support our vision. When baking, sweet potatoes can be a substitute for some or all of the refined sugars.
Thanksgiving is also National Family Health History Day. Taking a few minutes to ask a relative about conditions that run in your family can make a difference in your health and the health of your children. The Family Health Portrait Tool is an easy to use online tool that can help us organize our families history. Find out more about it right here.