If one of your fitness goals is to decrease body fat, it is important to monitor your exercise intensity.
Serve this sweet and savory side as the perfect addition to any hearty fall meal.
Some health topics are hard to talk about — even to a doctor, it seems. Urinary incontinence is one of them, even though it is common among women in their later years. Despite feeling embarrassed, there are easy solutions for this uneasy ailment.
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A dental office persuading its patients to forgo eating sweets is nothing new. However, one Craig location is putting a supply of Twizzlers, Starburst, Snickers and other tasty treats to good use. As part of the nonprofit organization Operation Gratitude, the office of Dr. Neal Fenton collected about 35 pounds of Halloween candy provided by local kids for donation to active duty soldiers.
The number of people with diabetes continues to grow at a rate that the American Diabetes Association characterizes as an epidemic. Therefore, raising awareness of the disease and its management has become increasingly important.
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As Daylight Saving Time concludes, this weekend, "falling back" an hour will give people across the country some extra sack time. Getting enough sleep not only makes you feel good, it also helps you look good.
According to Harvard Health Publications, there’s a math tool that helps people with weight loss.
Some people think all fats are unhealthy, but some fats are actually good for your heart.
November is Diabetic Eye Disease Month
When diabetes goes uncontrolled, organs can suffer. With proper management, complications from diabetes can be held at bay. It’s critical to keep blood sugar levels under control over the long term.
One human, two wild animals and one domestic animal in Mesa County along with a domestic animal in Moffat County have tested positive with Tularemia.
There's nothing worse for your skin than leaving makeup on your face, especially thick Halloween makeup that can clog your pores.
Florence Nightingale is credited with the development of modern nursing and hospital management. By looking back at her work, founder of Values Coach Inc. and author of “The Florence Prescription,” Joe Tye hopes to help hospitals move their organizations forward. The idea of the book started when Tye began to imagine “what would Florence say if she visited our hospitals today? She would be amazed at what we could do. She would be appalled at some of the things she would hear about some of the ways we treat people. Nurses eat their young,” he said.
You likely understand physical therapy, but do you understand what occupational therapy is and how it’s used? It’s often the first step after surgery, stroke or other illnesses and injuries. The purpose of occupational therapy is to help people adjust to physical and cognitive changes so they can function at their maximum level of independence.