Most people try to reduce their calorie intake by focusing on food, but another way to cut calories may be to think about what you drink, says the CDC
This year’s Summerun & Walk to raise money for ovarian cancer research will be held July 21.
When health reform passed in Massachusetts, opponents predicted it would hurt businesses, especially small businesses, and cause many employers to stop offering their workers coverage. That’s not what happened, writes Kathleen O’Connor
With healthcare reform, you may have many more new options for healthcare insurance. Where can you go to find out more?
Are you sure you know the number of calories you’re eating and using each day? Having an accurate understanding of your calorie balance will help you lose or maintain weight and makes it easier to readjust if you are having set backs. Nutrition labels, along with calorie tracking apps and online tools, can make all the [...]
How to prevent lice at summer sample. Tips for safe grilling. Babies prefer the underdog. Hepatitis A outbreak linked to Costco berries continues.
How well you and your healthcare provider talk to each other is one of the most important parts of getting good health care. Here are some tips for making the most of your visit.
Mosquitoes in two samples collected in Yakima County have tested positive for West Nile virus — almost a month earlier than in previous years.
The financial penalties that Medicare imposes on hospitals with high rates of patient readmissions are too harsh for hospitals serving the poor and should be changed, according to a congressional advisory agency.
A man’s risk for heart disease begins to rise greatly starting at 45 years of age. Half of the men who die suddenly of coronary heart disease—the most common kind of heart disease—have no previous symptoms. Even men who have no symptoms may be at risk.
The Washington State Board of Naturopathy and the Department of Health has charged naturopathic physician Jeffrey T. Moore, with “providing sub-standard care in authorizing medical marijuana to patients.”
Under the Affordable Care Act, 17 million Americans were to obtain coverage through the expansion of Medicaid. But so far, only 21 states and D.C. have decided to expand their Medicaid programs. A Stateline info graphic lays out the impact of the states’ decisions.
Medicare beneficiaries are up to three times more likely than VA patients to choose higher-cost brand name drugs over lower-cost generic brands