It’s 5:30 p.m. on a Tuesday and you just picked up your toddler from day care. She’s fussing and tugging at her ear and she feels hot. What do you do? You have two options — either call her primary care physician’s after-hours line, or take her to the walk-in clinic at The Memorial Hospital’s Walk-in Clinic.
Dr. Kevin Borchard stressed the importance of physical activity in maintaining joint strength. He mentioned swimming, cycling, skiing and walking as helpful exercises — and he said running can also be beneficial.
Health-related news and announcements, and tips for staying healthy from Craig and Moffat County healthcare providers.
Beans are a tasty, nutritious and economically efficient way to meet nutrition needs year-round.
Aztec Healing Clay has become a huge beauty product for deep pore face cleansing. According to an Allure magazine article, it does help users deep clean their face. The product’s ingredient is bentonite clay, “which you mix with either water or apple-cider vinegar to make a paste,” the article states.
A week of a good workout, whether it is muscle strengthening or cardiovascular, will have effects on your body.
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While considering the possibility that something could be wrong with you or your developing baby during pregnancy is not pleasant, it’s good to know. Prenatal tests not only check for genetic defects but also find conditions, like anemia, that once treated help you have a healthy pregnancy.
When the presidential race begins to focus seriously on issues, you’re likely to hear a lot about Social Security and to some extent Medicare. The nub of debate will center on two questions: Should we cut Social Security or expand it? Should Medicare beneficiaries assume more of the cost of their healthcare and reduce the government’s obligation over time? The questions are connected.
Even people who aren’t diagnosed with a condition such as Seasonal Affective Disorder can feel down in the midst of coldness, darkness and restricted mobility. “That’s when your diet and nutrition and regular exercise are extra important,” said Physical Therapist Danika Friedley. “Those factors are the most natural ways to get endorphins and (improve) the healthy function of your body.”
People often spice up their foods and favorite dishes with hot peppers, but did you know that such foods offer a health boost too?
Have you ever woken up, looked in the mirror and wondered how on earth your eyes got so puffy? And what about those dark circles that often appear under your eyes — how do you get rid of them?
Many excuses exist for not working out, and a common reason is it's too expensive to pay for a gym membership. Yet, there are tons of exercises people can do that don't cost a dime, such as jumping jacks.
Vegetable chicken lasagna, a healthier option to traditional lasagna, takes a bit of effort but feeds a crowd and freezes well.
Have you ever fallen skiing and tweaked your knee? How about stepped into a rut while running and twisted your ankle? Or maybe your injuries were on the sports field as a student athlete or an adult recreation enthusiast. Most of us have been injured while playing a sport at one time or another in our lives. Proper healing of sports-related injuries is vital to how well that joint works in the future, and how quickly we can get back to doing the activities we love.