Everyone gets an occasional bout of heartburn, also called acid indigestion—that burning chest pain that sometimes comes after a big or acidic meal.
Between politics and the pandemic, it’s no wonder Americans are feeling stressed and anxious these days. And while most adults admit to being concerned about their jobs, the economy or their loved ones, several studies now show that our teens and younger children are feeling the burden, too; and that’s having a toll on their mental health.
Scroll through your social media channels, flip through a magazine or peruse the Internet and you’ll see them—the ads for supplements, exercise programs, skin care and millions of other products all designed to help people maintain their youth.
New tools now offer individualized breast cancer risk assessment to help women determine their personal risk for breast cancer – an important metric in overall health.
August is National Immunizations Month: What you need to know to keep your pre-teens and teens healthy!