Holidays can be a detriment to your healthy lifestyle and cause you to lose your focus through the end of the year. But they don't have to.
Achieving consistent quality of care regardless of a person's race or ethnicity remains a critical goal for anyone with a stake in America's health care system for improving health literacy — the ability to use and understand health information.
The job of the dentist isn’t to torture you. It is to help you have a healthy mouth. It’s to preserve your teeth. It is to give you confidence when you smile and speak. That’s why finding the right primary ...
Nothing is scarier for parents than seeing their children clutching their chests in a struggle to breathe. But a group of doctors and insurers have come together to help reduce the amount of times kids have to go through this ...
Not taking your medicine as prescribed is called "medication non-adherence." Doing this can have a bad impact on your long-term health.
Sweet winter squash and earthy shiitake mushrooms are delicious in this creamy risotto.
Increasingly teens and young adults are turning to the Internet to socialize, for entertainment, and for information. Inasmuch as the web provides quick and easy access to data, many warn against the increased reliance on resources removed from actual people.
There's a big difference between an adult's body and your body, between adults' health mysteries and your health mysteries, between their questions and your questions. So, teens, this book is for YOU.
While some stress is most often associated with major life upheavals such as deaths in the family, for teenagers, the pressures of fitting in, managing home and school life, and coping with their changing bodies, often become overwhelming.
The social networking habits of teens
The terms "winter depression" and seasonal affective disorder (SAD) describe a form of depression that occurs in the winter months. This happens only if you create a state of consciousness for it.
Keisha Robinson, a doctor and regional director of medical education for Unity Health Care, Inc., in Southeast, remains conscious of the needs of those in one of the District’s poorest and most underserved communities.
While Providence Hospital in Northeast has the distinction of being the District's longest- and continuously-operated medical institution, Unity Health Care enjoys a well-documented history of doing more to help those with less.
Whether it’s overindulging in sweets, caffeine, or greasy foods, or engaging in reckless behaviors, teen habits can easily have lifetime consequences.
While issues such as health care, socioeconomic status and even racism play a role in hypertension among African-American men, a new study shows that childhood experiences may also negatively affect their health as adults.