Got back pain? If so, you aren’t alone: 31 million Americans experience low-back pain. Back pain causes and intensities are all across the board, but some symptoms should not be ignored. Watch out for these five signs your situation is serious.
Summer means fun, swimming and lots of outdoor activities. It can also mean sunburn and heat-related illnesses. Here are seven preventive steps to keep your children happy and healthy during the summer break.
Heart disease is the No. 1 cause of death in the United States. Luckily, there are plenty of steps you can take to improve your health and reduce your chances of heart disease. Follow these essential tips for a healthier, happier heart today.
The spine is one of the most significant structures in your body. It possesses incredible strength and flexibility, but is also susceptible to injury and pain. Start these six prevention strategies to be armed and ready to combat your back pain.
In order to protect those who are most vulnerable from the flu this season, it's important to understand how it's spread and the necessary precautions. Here are six ways to help protect your children from flu.
A one-of-a-kind surgical robot offers the promise of pain relief and productivity for back injury patients at St. Mark’s Hospital in Salt Lake City. Lower back pain is the leading cause of disability throughout the world.
Flu season is basically here, but did you know eating certain foods could give your immune system that boost it needs? Avoid coming down with the flu this season by adjusting your diet and following these six steps.
The symptoms are well-known: nausea, cravings, fatigue, heartburn, backaches, anxiety … the list goes on for pregnant women. Those nine months growing a baby are tough, but those symptoms can also show up in men who soon will be fathers.