The high blood pressure caused by eating too much salt puts extra strain on your kidneys, arteries, heart and brain. If you have high blood pressure, follow these tips to help you control your salt intake.
Many of us own a FitBit or other health tracking device, use a calorie-counting mobile phone app, or use our healthcare providers’ online health portal. While having instant access to your daily steps, physical activity, and nutrition is a great start, it is important to remember that improving your health still requires a commitment for you to make a conscious behavior change.
New research shows that certain drugs may help patients with cancers related to the Epstein-Barr Virus.
About 1 in 3 adults in the U.S. have high blood pressure – that’s about 75 million people! And only about half of that group have their high blood pressure under control. If you, like millions of Americans, have been told to reduce your sodium (salt) intake to help manage your blood pressure but don’t know where to start, this bulletin is right for you.
We are right in the middle of mosquito season, and though most bug bites are harmless, some spread bacteria, viruses, and parasites. Learn how to choose the right insect repellent to keep mosquitoes, ticks, and fleas at bay in this week's Wellness Bulletin.
The results of a new study show that for many women with breast cancer, endocrine therapy alone will bring about excellent health outcomes and there is no need for adjuvant chemotherapy.
Cacao is the purest form of chocolate you can consume, and offers many health benefits. It is even thought to be the highest source of antioxidants of all foods!
125 million people worldwide and 7.5 million Americans have psoriasis. A well-balanced Mediterranean diet with fresh fruit and vegetables, whole grains, and lean meats can help you manage psoriasis.