By Elizabeth Boham, MD
An estimated 330,000 new cases of breast cancer are expected to be diagnosed in American women this year. This is a scary statistic, but an important one to be aware of. Through conscious lifestyle choices, you can reduce your risk for breast cancer,…
By Elizabeth Boham, MD
Our bodies are meant to age, they change with each passing year and we may notice both internal and external signs that things aren’t working the way they used to. But, it’s important to note, that though aging is a natural process, many aspects of our modern world…
By Adonica Nichols, LPN
When it comes to health and wellness, we try to cover all topics and walks of life. So, let’s talk about menstruation! As nice as it would be to get quick messages each month saying “You’re not pregnant! See you next month!” we all have to deal with…
By Maggie Ward, MS, RD, LDN
To be honest, I’ve never really like the term “picky” when describing a child’s food preferences. It just feels like a negative label, which may actually worsen the problem by becoming a title the child identifies themself with. I prefer to use the terms “limited” or “selective” because they allow…
By Elizabeth Boham, MD
Hypertension, or high blood pressure, can sneak up on someone; even those who are seemingly healthy otherwise. In fact, new research shows that almost half of all Americans—a staggering 46%—are now categorized as having hypertension, while that number used to be closer to 38%. This means a huge portion of…
By Eileen Boté
Tired of feeling worn out and fatigued? Wishing you had more enthusiasm to do the things you love to do, such as embarking on a new exercise routine or learning something new, but just can’t muster the energy? Energy for concentration and physical stamina comes from our cells,…