It's natural to sweat. Sweating is the body's personal cooling system. Everyone sweats when it's hot outside, during exercise, and in response to certain emotional situations. Learn more about the factors contributing to excessive sweating and ways to make it better.
As the Zika virus continues spreading through the Americas — including the United States — here’s what you need to know about the virus and your risk.
According to The Asthma Center Education and Research Fund, many conditions can mimic asthmalike symptoms including rhinitis, sinusitis, gastroesophageal reflux disease, and respiratory syncytial virus. So when do your child's symptoms warrant a referral to a pediatric asthma specialist?
With school back in session, now's the time to discuss school transportation options. If you live close enough, walking or bicycling are exciting and healthy ways for children to commute, but you also want to be sure they're taking safe routes to school.
Many people are often confused by the level of care they could receive by a psychiatrist vs. psychologist. This article will provide you questions to ask your PCP so you can work together to identify the right provider for your treatment options.
Children are exposed to germs every day at school and during activities, and they can get sick even when parents take preventive measures. As parents, we’ve all had days when we had to pick up a sick child from school.
While sitting all day at work isn't beneficial for your health, is standing all day any better for you? Here are a few facts about sitting vs. standing at work.
Watching your baby grow and develop is an exciting time -- but there's a lot you'll need to know throughout the process, including how, when, and what to feed your newborn.
CrossFit has a reputation as a potentially dangerous form of exercise, with some of its movements requiring considerable technical skill and posing an injury risk if performed incorrectly. How do these risks stack up against the benefits of CrossFit?
If you're wondering how to help someone quit smoking and aren't sure where to begin, here are six tips to get the conversation started and give your loved one the support they need.
Your new bundle of joy just arrived. Congratulations! As a new mom, you're likely aware of the importance of breast milk for your baby, and because of the many benefits, you may have plans to breastfeed your baby for as long as a year or more.