Have you been putting off getting important health screens? Do you want to adopt healthy lifestyle habits but are unsure of where to start? Come to the second annual community health fair from 7:30 a.m. to noon on April 26 at The Memorial Hospital and get both done at once!
Oatmeal is a versatile, healthy and economical food staple to keep in your pantry.
Knees are the main hinge between the ground and your entire body, the most common for injuries, and the most difficult to rest.
Use this method for preparing hard-boiled eggs when you live above 5,000 feet.
Representatives from Bonfils will be in Craig April 15 for blood drives at multiple locations.
TMH’s March MANness program is winding down, and men’s final chance to participate in discounted health screenings is Tuesday. Despite the name, the effort was extended an extra two weeks into the first half of April to accommodate increased a greater demand than expected as well as to hopefully encourage more men to participate.
Subway said an ingredient dubbed the “yoga mat chemical” will be entirely phased out of its bread by next week.
There is such a thing as being underweight, and it can be just as dangerous, if not more dangerous, than being overweight.
If you’ve signed up for Obamacare or have begun using the coverage you already had, you’ve moved from the buyer’s stage to the owner’s stage. Like owning a car, you have to read the fine print in the owner’s manual to know what to do when things go wrong. In particular, you need to know who pays what for your care.
This week, we conclude our fat series: Saturated fats include butter, lard and shortening. Unlike unsaturated fats, these fats are solid at room temperature. This makes it easy to spot and avoid.
If you could take a supplement that likely would guard you against some cancers, the common cold and other viruses, would you? Many people are saying yes and taking daily supplements of vitamin D.
One of the best forms of exercise one can do is to walk!
Does it seem like people around you are mumbling more than usual? When you are in a loud, busy restaurant, do you find it hard to understand what people are saying? Are you noticing that friends and family are hearing little noises, like an alarm going off in the other room that you don’t hear? Do others complain that you have the volume too high on your television, stereo or ear buds?
So far, we have looked at polyunsaturated fat, monounsaturated fat and the unique type of fat in coconut oil. Today we will touch on trans fat.
Because of a larger response than anticipated, The Memorial Hospital will continue its low-cost health screenings for men, known as March MANness, through April 15.