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What to know about breathing issues due to wildfires, smoke
Smoke from wildfires can pose a health risk when ultrafine particles are inhaled deep into the lungs. Monitor air quality, and learn how to protect yourself if you're in an affected area.
Addressing pelvic health disorders
Nearly 1 in 3 women experience pelvic floor dysfunction, such as incontinence, bulging, pelvic pain or sexual problems. Learn why effectively treating pelvic health disorders takes a team approach.
Treating sleep apnea made easier: Upper airway stimulation therapy
Millions of U.S. adults have obstructive sleep apnea. If you struggle with your CPAP setup, upper airway stimulation therapy may be a good option. Ditch the tubes, mask and loud machine for good.
Four tips for easing loneliness through connection
Loneliness, a by-product of COVID-19 pandemic isolation, now is considered an epidemic in the U.S. The prescription for easing loneliness? More human connection. These tips can help you reconnect.
Beware of risks, signs of premature birth
No parent wants to think about the possibility of having a premature baby. It’s important to talk with your health care team and family about what you’ll do if a premature birth occurs.
Celery: Not just for veggie trays
Celery often is relegated to veggie trays and brown-bag lunches. But it's also a key ingredient in dishes around the world. Discover the good things celery has to offer, and get two recipes to try.
How mindfulness meditation improves mental health
Mindfulness meditation is a simple, quick way to reduce stress that you can do wherever you are. It's often part of larger treatment plans. But what is it and how can it help?
Tips for making safety part of your summer fun
With summer officially underway, everyone will be spending more time outdoors. No matter the activity, make sure you and your family know what it takes to stay safe. Check out these reminders.