Anyone who has ever had the flu knows how miserable that experience is. From the common flu, to the Swine Flu of a few years back the symptoms are crippling. Commonly fatigue, nausea, the chills, and body aches accompany the influenza virus. Luckily, there are plenty of ways to avoid catching this common seasonal occurrence. Here is everything you need to know when it comes to the 2016-2017 flu se
Does your home have radon in it? Have you ever heard of radon? Well, it's a pretty serious problem to have and in most cases goes undetected in many households. If this toxic gas is in your home, immediate action is required. This gas is known to cause lung cancer.
One of the worst qualities a person can have is bad breath. Bad breath usually comes in the morning and after meals, which is normal, but if you have constant bad breath there is a reason for it and you need to consider making a few changes to prevent it.
All week we talked with the American Heart Association and their local survivor stories. In honor of heart health, here are a few things to look out for, and see a doctor if you're having some of these surprising symptoms.
It's February in Central New York and that means subzero temperatures. These low temps combined with the wind chill brings huge potential for frostbite and nobody wants that! The Mayo Clinic released a list of ways to prevent this horribly painful condition and it's so important for you to read and apply this advice.
Last week I visited my favorite local produce stand near my home in North Utica, NY and I chatted with the girls for a while about locally grown produce. I'm convinced that for the freshest fruits and vegetables, to support your local businesses, and to live a healthier lifestyle, you should visit that local produce stand as well.
I'm no Dr. Oz but I do know that many of our body's ailments come from inflammation. You can reduce inflammation by eating the right foods. Let's help you ease the pain with this list of fast acting anti-inflammatory foods that you should add to your diet right away.
I'm not afraid to admit that I turned 50 and my doctor sent me for a routine colonoscopy this year. Thankfully, I only suffer from some minor hemorrhoids and I need to add more fiber to my diet. For these patients, the results of their exams took a silly turn.
Christmas cookies, alcohol filled office parties along with gigantic Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners are sure to help us pack on a few this winter. You still can enjoy the season while maintaining your current weight, and here's how.