We’d like to do whatever we can to avoid the fever, body aches, stuffy nose and coughing that comes from the seasonal flu. You’ll be happy to know that this year’s flu season is turning out to be milder than last year’s – one of the worst on record.
Approximately every 38 seconds an American dies from cardiovascular disease. It's a sad statistic that will only get worse if we ignore the problem. Cardiovascular disease is not only the leading cause of death in our nation, but globally as well. A large number of these deaths could be prevented through education and lifestyle change.
COPD is a painful condition that can slowly limit a person's ability to breathe and move. However, exercise can help to slow the progression of this disease and may even improve a person's strength and mobility. The following guide will help anyone with COPD start a beneficial exercise routine.
Every 2 seconds, someone in the U.S. needs blood. Just one blood donation can potentially save up to 3 lives. Every day blood donations can help patients of all ages who are accident and burn victims, hearth surgery and organ transplant patients, and those battling cancer. Blood donation is extremely important because blood and platelets cannot be manufactured; they can only come from volunteer donors. While 38 percent of the U.S. population can donate blood only 10 percent actually do.
Topics: Healthy Lifestyle
Are you the type of person who gets excited about the idea of making New Year’s resolutions? Or do you think making resolutions is just setting yourself up to fail? Whether you wake up on January 1, 2019 with a fresh-start mentality or you’re perfectly happy continuing with your life business-as-usual, you’ll be able to use the tips below to make healthier choices.
Topics: Healthy Lifestyle
Think back to the last time you were sick. All you probably wanted to do was put on your pjs, crawl into bed, sleep or binge watch Netflix. Whether you caught whatever is going around during flu season, you ate something that your body didn’t like, or you just aren’t taking the best care of yourself, it’s inevitable that you’ll get sick every now and then. Since you can’t pause life, you need to do everything you can to get better as quickly as possible – which means you need to know what type of flu you have so you can treat it correctly.
As Butte County begins to recover from the Camp Fire and residents are slowly allowed back into burned areas, there are some important considerations to keep in mind for health and safety.
According to Butte County Sheriff, Kory Honea, some evacuation areas could be lifted as soon as Dec. 2.
Our heartfelt thoughts and prayers go out to everyone impacted or displaced by the Camp Fire. We’re committed to staying up to date and providing you with the latest health and fire related information, as well tips to take care of yourself and loved ones during this extremely difficult time.
The various forms of the flu can be debilitating when they strike, which is why it's so important to take proper care of yourself when recovering.
So to help you out in this quest, we have compiled a list of the best ways to overcome your nasty flu symptoms this season.
If you’re a woman and you’re getting older, you’re at risk of getting breast cancer. These are risk factors that you cannot change. In fact, most women who get breast cancer have no common risk factors or history of the disease in their families. However, there are still ways you can be proactive to keep yourself as healthy as possible as well as detect breast cancer early. In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month, here are some ways women can lower their risk of breast cancer.