What better way to enjoy the warm weather than a family picnic? When planning your picnic there are a few things that you should consider about food packing, transportation, preparation and serving to avoid the risk of food poisoning and related illnesses.
Many people have heard of both physical therapy and chiropractic care. However, they may be unaware of their differences, similarities and how the two health specialties work together to help patients relieve their pain.
We’re wearing headphones more than ever – during remote learning or while working from home. Our Audiologists share how to ensure your headphones are at a proper volume and when to seek hearing care.
Life can get busy and taking care of our skin health can easily become an afterthought. Our cell phones are useful tools to help support healthy skincare habits.
We all know that sunscreen is a necessary step in our skincare routine. But do you know the difference between chemical and physical sunscreens? Our dermatologists explain the difference between these two types of sunscreen.
Whether you have oily, dry or sensitive skin, wearing sunscreen is a critical step in preventing the onset of skin cancer and aging. Dermatologist, Dr. Kristin Lee, explains which sunscreen is best for you based on your skin type.
As the weather gets warmer, it is only natural that people want to get outside to enjoy themselves. Before heading out, keep in mind these warm weather safety tips to protect you and your loved ones.
Working and learning remotely may help protect you from COVID-19, however, it may not protect your eye health. Technology is being used more than ever and the additional screen time can result in eye strain. Find out how you can protect your eyes while still performing your daily virtual work and school tasks.
No-chip manicures involve a gel-based nail polish that includes a base coat, two coats of polish and a sealer which is applied and then cured to the nail under ultraviolet (UV) lights. When it’s time to remove the polish, the manicurist wraps acetone-soaked pads around the nail for 10 to 40 minutes, depending on the brand and number of coats applied.
We have all experienced moments of stress in our lives. When something unexpected or alarming happens, a part of your brain, the hypothalamus, sets off an internal alarm. This alarm signals your adrenal glands to release hormones, adrenaline and cortisol, into your nervous system that cause your heart rate to increase, your muscles to tense and your breath to quicken. This is referred to as your fight or flight response, and your body is ready to take action to protect itself from harm.