Lifestyle plays an important role in breast cancer development and although you can't control your genetics, you can modify your eating patters and be more physically active to lower your risk of developing breast cancer.
From budget friendly recipes, to food safety tips, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) developed a website that can help you follow a healthier lifestyle. By making small changes at a time, you can achieve the goal you've always wanted to reach.
Brain development is at its peak during childhood and according to a recent study, physical activity, sleep and less screen time is recommended to to improve brain development and cognitive functions.
Some may think e-cigarettes are a "healthier" alternative to cigarettes, but the health risks are just as serious. As e-cigarette usage continues to increase in younger generations, so is the risk of developing cancer from inhaling toxic chemicals.
About 1.5 million Americans suffer from severe gastroparesis and this condition occurs in up to 50 percent of diabetic patients. This wellness bulletin will give you some dietetic recommendations to manage gastroparesis symptoms.
The American Cancer Society estimates that 13,480 men and 3,810 women will be diagnosed with esophageal cancer in 2018. This week's wellness bulletin can help you gain some insight on some dietetic recommendations that can help you manage side effects.
You can get the best of both worlds by adding mangoes to your diet. This sweet delicious superfood provides a variety of health benefits that can decrease your risk of disease, particularly certain cancers and much more.
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.
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.