Before the pool closes, consider taking steps to guarantee you and your family a seamless start to the school year.
Keep your family happy and healthy. Find tips for children’s health, men’s health, women’s health and sexual health, as well as disease prevention and healthy living.
This 6-year-old may not understand how the magnetic rod in his back treats his scoliosis. But he definitely looked forward to attending summer camp for the first time ever — instead of having surgery.
For people in need of hip replacement, sex can be extremely painful. The good news is that once the joint is replaced, you can resume having sex within six to eight weeks – and it’s often better than it’s been for years.
Hot summer days can be dangerous for older adults. If this is you, you’re at higher risk than others for dehydration and heat exhaustion when heat and humidity climb.
For parents, the heightened or sometimes muted senses that come with autism can be a challenge. But there are ways to help your child adjust.
You can find relief whether your constipation is a typical case or something more serious. The difference comes in how you find relief.
Follow tips from pediatric registered dietitian Jennifer Willoughby, RD, LD, to learn how your children can enjoy their favorite summertime snacks without the added sugars or artificial flavors.
How can you tell if the cantaloupe you are holding in your palm is really ripe? Here are a few ways you can tell.
We all know that getting too much sun can be harmful to your health. But if you’re an older adult, sunlight – in the right amount – may provide health benefits. Find out why.