Healthy Living Blog

Health is a constant. Sometimes it’s good, sometimes it’s bad, but it’s always there. Here we look at all of it—the good, the bad, and even the ugly—because this thing called health is as complex as they come. Let us help you make it simpler.


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  • Understanding Prostate Cancer 9/17/2015

    Prostate cancer is the 2nd most common cancer among me. Learn more here about the prostate, the symptoms of prostate cancer and when you should see your doctor.

  • Avoiding Heat Related Illnesses 9/3/2015

    Learn the difference between heat exhaustion and heat stroke, when to seek medical attention and how both can be prevented if you're attending Saturday's game.

  • Going the Full 40 9/3/2015

    There is actually a campaign in place called, 40 Reasons to Go the Full 40, that is urging mothers to give their unborn children 40 full weeks.

  • What's a Cancer Registrar? 9/3/2015

    Do you know what a cancer registrar does and why they're important? Find out here.

  • Back to School Tips 8/20/2015

    After a long hiatus from school, kids and parents alike get out of their routine and may have questions now that the school year is starting up again.

  • Myths About Diabetes 3/26/2014

    There are a lot of myths out there about diabetes, so in honor of Alert Day, some of those have been addressed below with the help of

  • Dodging Diabetes 10/8/2013

    I have absolutely no experience with diabetes. I don’t have it, there’s no family history, and the only person I’ve ever known who did have it, only had it when they were pregnant.

  • The Tale of the Broken Thyroid 6/27/2013

    A few years ago at a routine checkup, I told my doctor about how tired I’d been. So on a hunch, he decided to check my thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) levels and they came back extremely high, nearly double what they should have been.

  • Attack of the Gallbladder 6/10/2013

    Around 5am that morning, I woke up with the most excruciating pain I’ve ever felt in my life just to the right of my stomach. It was too high to be my appendix and basically felt like something was going to explode.

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