Are You Getting Enough Sleep?

The answer is a little different for everyone, and it varies based on your age. Here’s a look at sleep recommendations for everyone from teens to seniors.

Spring Clean Your Water Sources at Home

Are you at risk for waterborne illnesses? You may not think much about the water that comes out of your tap, but here are some things to consider when it comes to germs in your home water supply.

4 Things to Know About Statins

You likely know that statins are very effective at lowering LDL or the “bad” cholesterol, but here are four more things to know about these drugs.

Feeling Anxious? Add These Foods to Your Grocery List

These four foods are particularly beneficial for reducing anxiety, so add these items to your next grocery list if you’re dealing with unchecked stress.

Can Exercise Ward Off Dementia?

It’s no secret that exercise is good for your health, and even better, there’s no age limit on the benefits that exercise can have on the brain.

How Long Can You Wear a Medical-Grade Mask Before Replacing It?

Depending on where they’re worn and what type of mask you’re wearing there is some room to reuse medical grade masks.

How to Set Boundaries with Friends and Family this Holiday Season

Reduce your stress and care for your mental health this season with some helpful tactics for maintaining boundaries when you get together with loved ones.

4 Resolutions You Can Actually Keep in the New Year!

If you want to truly inspire lasting change in your life, it’s time to rethink how you approach your annual goals. Here’s a look at 4 achievable goals you can actually stick to in the coming year.

Do You Need to Have a Primary Care Doctor?

If you’ve made a habit of only seeking medical care when you’re ill or injured, you may not realize the complete benefits of having a dedicated care provider.

Do You Have a Mood Disorder? You May be Eligible for a COVID Booster...

The CDC has expanded the list of health conditions that qualify individuals as high risk, which may mean you can now get a booster shot...

Parents – Here’s What to Know About COVID-19 Vaccines for Kids

The arrival of a pediatric vaccine for kids aged 5-11 is welcome news. However, it’s not uncommon for parents to have questions. Read on for answers to some common questions about the COVID vaccine for children.

4 Benefits of Box Breathing (And How to Do It)

This four-step deep breathing practice is utilized by individuals all over the world and can be an incredibly helpful emergency stress management technique.

Can You Get a Flu Shot and the COVID-19 Vaccine at the Same Time?

The short answer is yes, you can get both shots at once without compromising the protection you get from either one. However, there are a few considerations...

10 Benefits of Telehealth for Patients

Telehealth visits have seen a huge spike in their use across the country due to COVID-19. Here’s a closer look at the perks of virtual care from the patient perspective.

Feeling Burned Out? Here Are 3 Strategies to Help You Reboot

Experiencing burnout? You’re not alone. Use the following coping strategies to adjust your outlook and improve your mental health...

Do You Really Need to Shower Every Day to Stay Clean?

With many celebrities recently saying they don’t hop in the shower daily, you may be reconsidering your bathing routine. But is that wise? Here’s what you should know.

4 Health Benefits of Clean Sheets

If someone asked: “When was the last time you washed your sheets?”—would you be ashamed of the answer? Here are four reasons why you should give your sheets a wash...

How to Navigate Asking a Friend if They Are Vaccinated

As COVID-19 restrictions lift, you may encounter a new situation that’s tricky to navigate: How do you politely ask a friend, relative, or coworker if they are vaccinated?

Physical vs. Chemical Sunscreens: Which Is Better?

A common question fielded by dermatologists is “What’s the difference between mineral and chemical sunscreens?”—and more importantly, which is better?

3 Things to Know About the Delta Variant

As mask wearing and social distancing requirements ease, it’s important to know how the Delta variant could cause new surges of coronavirus, posing a risk to public health.