On any given Saturday, many parents across the globe spend their mornings sitting on the sidelines while their children play sports. But if something goes wrong, parents need to know how to treat and respond to a child's injury.
While summer heats up, millions of people across the nation are simmering down from school-year schedules and demands. This season of downtime is a great time to schedule your family's annual physical exams.
Having a baby is a crucial turning point in a woman's life. Breastfeeding is a whole new experience for mom and baby, and while her husband can't do breastfeed for her, there are some things he should know about it.
Whether you’re a first-time mom or an experienced mother, you’re bound to go through some significant changes when the new baby arrives. A new mom needs to communicate clearly with her husband so he understands how to best take care of her.
Neck and back pain strikes men and women of all ages regardless of ethnicity, employment or medical history. Chronic back pain is so common it has been identified as the leading cause of disability worldwide.
When you have young children, it can feel like someone is always sick. As a result, parents might wonder whether their children are sick too often and whether certain symptoms could indicate something more serious.
Whether you are a woman needing a resource to help you discuss PAP tests with your husband, or you are a husband wanting to know what to expect when your wife gets a PAP test, the following information is a crash course on this important exam.
Approximately 3.1 million people live in Utah, and about half of them are women. Health issues affecting them affect the state, significantly. The following facts and stats offer an at-a-glance perspective on women’s health in Utah.
Women's bodies all go through the menstrual cycle every month for about 30-40 years. Here are some things women would like the men in their lives to understand about this natural but often hush-hush process.
A potentially deadly superbug has infected at least a dozen people in several states after they had surgery in Mexico. Patients seeking discounted procedures sometimes find themselves facing severe complications.
Whether you're a new mom or a soon-to-be mother, there are lots of questions that come to mind. Some questions might not be easy to ask, but there's no judgement when you consult your professional health care provider.