Newborn babies are vulnerable to most things, but especially in the colder parts of the year where illnesses run rampant and the weather is cold. Here are some ways to keep your winter baby safe despite the cold and all that comes with it.
Winter weather can bring on some adverse conditions, and with it, a higher risk of injury. Stay safe this season by reading up on the most common reasons Utahns end up in the emergency room each winter.
Hernias are common but potentially dangerous conditions that result from extreme pressure building up in the abdomen. Although minor hernias feel like muscle cramps, take a look at symptoms that will alert you to a more serious brand of injury.
Breast cancer is a common occurrence, but it's also very treatable, especially with early intervention. Nearly everyone has a woman in their life who they care about; read through the most recent screening guidelines to help protect those you love.
Life will always bring with it some risk, but you don't have to lock your kids in a padded room to protect them. Use the following tips to help prevent sports injuries this season and keep your kid on the field and out of the ER.
Utah women have been making a difference locally and around the globe for centuries. March is national women in history month. Learn about six influential women from our busy beehive state that left a long-lasting impact!