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There are thousands of articles, books, and other sources about how to eat healthily—it can be overwhelming! The reality is: eating healthy is simple, easy, and approachable. All you need to do is stay consistent with daily habits, make informed decisions, and manage your self-control.
Did you know that Medicare covers an Initial Preventive Wellness Examination during the first year (sometimes called the "Welcome to Medicare Physical") of Medicare B coverage and an Annual Wellness Visit every year after that? Scheduling these appointments is a great way to maintain your overall health.
There are millions of fake health news stories flooding the internet. They usually have dramatic titles that make outrageous but unsupported claims. Failing to understand the difference between fake and real health news can have serious consequences. Here are some tips for identifying fake health news so that you do not fall for it.
This flu season is a good time for all of us to rethink our place in the global village and embrace reciprocal stewardship through common need.
Thank you for reading our stories and we wish you all a Merry Christmas, Festive Hanukkah, Joyous Kwanzaa, and just plain ole Happy Holidays!
Research has documented that gratitude has beneficial effects on health that can be measured objectively.
Here are ten simple things you can do to improve your health and feel better throughout this year's hectic holiday season and beyond.
Dr. Miller explains how extreme exercise affect our gut microbiomes.
Sometimes we get so busy that we let our resolve to eat healthier and exercise go by the wayside. Here are 7 tips to help you stay on track.
Deaths from cancer have declined 23% overall since the high recorded in 1991. As a result, an estimated 1.7 million cancer deaths were prevented. The drop in cancer deaths was driven by three factors.
Confused by the variability in cancer screening guidelines and coverage? A new digital tool from the Prevent Cancer Foundation can help you.
A paper by Lindsay E. Nicolle of the University of Manitoba provides a definitive rejection of the cranberry-UTI myth. Dov Michaeli explains why.