One of the most threatening winter hazards is the potential to slip and fall on patches of ice and snow.
Nicotine is one of the strongest and most deadly addictions one can have
To decrease the risk, know your “diabetes ABCs.”
November is National Diabetes Month.
For victims of disordered sleep, the night can be a source of anguish, not rest.
Stroke is a “heart attack” of the brain; here are the signs and what to do if it happens.
There are seven types of domestic violence; here are signs, symptoms and how to cope.
About 10% of new cases are found in women younger than 45.
Each year, millions of people are sickened, hundreds of thousands are hospitalized, and thousands to tens of thousands of people die from flu.
It’s important to know the differences. Here are some signs, symptoms and common causes.
Chronic pain affects around 100 million Americans in varying intensity and frequency.
Free screening mammograms available for uninsured and underinsured individuals.
According to the Ohio Hospital Association, sepsis kills 258,000 people in the United States every year.
Here’s how to enroll.