You’ve got your shopping list in hand — and mapped out the shortest route with the least traffic between every toy store in the city. But with all the season’s excitement, don’t forget to double check that your gifts age-appropriate and safe picks.
It’s easy to let holiday stress get the best of you. But, it doesn’t have to (and shouldn’t) be that way. Follow these expert tips for keeping the good tidings in your season.
You don’t need all the food coloring, thick frosting and sprinkles for a cookie to be festive. Our holiday gingersnaps are proof! With just enough spice and sweetness, these healthier holiday cookies are sure to make your “nice list.”
When avoidance and medication don’t control your allergy symptoms, consider allergy shots. The long-lasting, proven treatment for hay fever and allergies to pets, dust, mold and insect stings is effective but time-intensive.
Again and again, we hear that heart disease is the number one cause of death in the U.S. When a loved one is diagnosed with heart disease, there is going to be a need for lifestyle adjustments for everyone.
For some infants and toddlers, cold and flu season means earache season — which can turn even minor viruses into major misery. But now hear this: Doctors can stop recurring ear infections with two tiny ear tubes and one painless 10-minute procedure.
Buy it in a jar or steam and mash it yourself — is one type of baby food really better than the other? Pediatrician Mona Rifka explains.
Every child brings home the occasional disappointing grade. Sometimes parental intervention may be needed to make sure it’s not the beginning of a pattern. But when is the best time to talk? And what do you say?
This Health Hub Knockout pits olive oil against coconut oil to see which is better for your heart. Our HVI dietitians consider the amount of polyunsaturated fat and saturated fat each oil contains and look at the research.
Statins lower cholesterol to prevent heart attack and stroke. A study looked at muscle discomfort on statins and exercise. Our expert says a different regimen relieves muscle symptoms in two-thirds of patients.