Is this wellness trend really worth your time and money?
How to take care of your body's largest organ
The purpose, function and importance of your sleep and wake cycles
Learn how you can give your energy some exercise
Sure, this might be a popular trend. But is it really helpful?
Studies show the benefits of living an active, outdoor lifestyle are endless
‘Tis the season when allergens attack, but sufferers can still enjoy the outdoors
Understanding the roles of emergency rooms, urgent cares and primary physicians when you require medical attention
For whatever's ailing you, Lytle helps with the big and small
Presenting a Lunch 'n' Learn on how to better see clearly
Understanding biometric screenings and what they mean for you
If you're in need of dialysis while being hospitalized at Thompson, you don't need to go far
It's important that doctors share new developments with patients
Cannabidiol products may relieve aches and pains, but should you try them?
Should this wellness trend be considered the new fountain of youth?
Understanding how MS affects those diagnosed and what's being done to treat it
Wellness Condition and Lifestyle Management Program puts employees in driver seat on road to good health
Understanding medicinal mushrooms and the benefits they can provide
Employers want to make participation worth your while
Do you know the dangers of both diabetes and pre-diabetes?
The options are endless when it comes to improving health
This group developed a program to turn around prediabetes diagnoses
With the start of a new year, many people are focused on improving their health. Yet fitting in time for health and well-being can be tough. To make it easier, Bucks and Montgomery County Health Care Consortium partners with Health Advocate to offer a wellness program and other resources to help employees and their families. Through your wellness program, you have access to a variety of programs and services to help you get and stay healthy.
Some screenings might not be the most comfortable procedures, but they could save your life
Tips to get you through the rest of the season without a scratch
Thompson Health offers workshop for all chronic cases
Get started with My Virtual Y to accomplish your goals
Chronic diseases can profoundly impact all you do, but the appropriate therapeutic tools and lifestyle changes can improve your quality of life
What to keep in mind while cozying up to winter
Lyons Central School District continues to engage staff in wellness
Just because it's cold out doesn't mean you can slack on your health
Experts weigh in on an ancient wellness practice
Telemedicine brings the doctor’s office to your living room, but be wary of outside complications
CCAC puts a new spin on the fitness challenge with desk exercises
Mammograms and colonoscopies aren't the most comfortable procedures, but they can save your life
Endoscopic carpal tunnel surgery provides quick relief and recovery
Dr. Shivani Duggal provides insights and answers about a necessary test
As you age, your immune system needs special attention to keep you healthy
My latest foray into fitness found me attempting a Pilates barre class. Although taught at a Pilates studio, barre is a dynamic fusion of Pilates, ballet and isometric and isotonic exercises. Its original iteration was created by Lotte Berk, a German dancer who suffered a back injury and combined her dance conditioning with rehabilitative therapy.
Early detection and prevention are your best forms of defense
This stent-installation patient knew he was in good hands
The benefits of a regular practice are more than just physical
Health experts agree that a diet rich in 'good' fats is key
Rickey Miller felt he was in good hands as a patient at Indiana Regional Medical Center
Pennsylvania leads nation in cases of the bacterial disease
These exercises go easy on the joints — and you'll still break a sweat
Williamson Central School District sets example for workplace wellness
A scary infection led Brian Lucchesi to journey down the spiritual path to healing and wellness
Extreme new hobby opens doors for students and community members
Tatia Wesley kicked a bad habit after completing a smoking cessation program through work