Recent Articles
  • Infertility out in the open

    One in eight couples experience infertility. The factors and emotions behind infertility may be complex, but the situation isn't one without hope.

  • RSV: what it is, what it means, and what you can do

    RSV may start out with symptoms similar to the common cold but if left untreated, can have devastating and even deadly effects. Check out our tips for staying healthy and protecting loved ones this cold and flu season.

  • Injury Prevention: Stability Training

    Sure, stability training helps people obtain that perfect beach body but more importantly, it helps build a solid and stable foundation in the body’s core.

  • Play it Safe with Static Stretching

    Static stretching is a great way to increase flexibility and prevent injuries!

  • Posture on Point

    You posture may not be perfect but that doesn't mean it has to stay that way. It turns out posture is a learned behavior and luckily for all of us, it is possible to teach an old dog new tricks. Try these techniques to a healthier and dare we say, taller, you.

  • When Worry Takes Control: Generalized Anxiety Disorder

    Anxiety is a normal human emotion. When it interferes with everyday life, however, it's important to seek medical help.

  • Normal Moments for Families of Critically Ill Children

    For parents of critically ill children, normal moments in life can be hard to come by. The non-profit organization Normal Moments strives to provide these moments.

  • Preventing Type 2 Diabetes

    90-95% of diabetes cases are type 2 diabetes. While the numbers are high, it is possible to reverse the effects if appropriate lifestyle changes are made.

  • Foot Workout Plan

    Chances are your workout routine overlooks a very important part of your body: your feet. Here are some exercises to protect you from injury and whip those piggies into shape.

  • Seizure Surgery: An Alternative to Medication

    At 28-years old, Chicago native Howard Zwirn suffered a major seizure and was diagnosed with epilepsy but with the help of surgery, he regained control of his life.

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