Time is one of your most valuable resources: from work to negotiating drop-off, pickup, homework and bedtime with your kids to getting necessary errands done, you may feel like there aren’t enough hours in a day. As the hours creep later and later into the evening, you may find the hours you can sleep dwindling […]
Commonly brought on by the consumption of contaminated foods, norovirus is highly contagious and affects nearly 20 million people across the country each year. Often called a stomach bug or stomach flu, the virus has no relation to the influenza virus but presents with some comparable symptoms. Norovirus can affect people of all ages. If […]
With family in town and everyone crowding the kitchen, preparing meals for the holidays can be quite the undertaking. If you find yourself distracted by a story, the television or something going on in another room, an accident could occur that leaves you in a waiting room when you’re supposed to be celebrating. When you’re […]
You’re preparing tonight’s dinner and maybe slice your hand by accident. Or maybe your child gets a gash from playing on the sidewalk. Do you just get a bandage and wrap it up, or do you seek medical treatment?
Minor injuries like scrapes and scratches are easily manageable, but when the cut is deeper, you might […]
Nothing says Thanksgiving more than watching football, the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, and the enticing aroma of turkey. But every year, many end up cutting their hands while carving a turkey.
While your friends and family are watching you carve the turkey, you may feel a little overwhelmed, your palms may get sweaty, and next […]
Frequent hand-washing is one of the best ways to avoid getting sick and spreading germs. As you touch people, hard surfaces, and objects throughout the day, you accumulate germs on your hands that can get you sick when you touch your eyes, nose or mouth.
How to Properly Wash Your Hands
It’s nearly impossible to keep […]
Yes, you still need to get your annual flu shot. But there are other ways you can stop the spread of germs this flu season.
It’s October, which means if you haven’t already, it’s time to get your flu shot. After last year’s flu season that left many hospitalized and even became fatal, there’s no […]
A new school year gives your child an opportunity to be exposed to newfound information, and can also expose them to germs and bacteria that makes them sick as soon as they set foot on school grounds. Most of the time, it can be just a simple cold. However, your child could also come down […]
Your sexual health should be a main priority throughout the year, but with September being Sexual Health Awareness Month, let’s take a closer took as to why STD testing is a topic many people don’t like to talk about.
STD testing is an important aspect of maintaining good sexual health, and knowing when to get tested […]
Parents: You’re probably just as nervous about getting that mini-fridge up three flights of stairs as your freshman is meeting their roommates.
Moving can be a complete pain in the hide – figuratively and literally if you’re not careful. The last thing you’d want to happen in the midst of moving all of your college student’s […]