Gastrointestinal (GI) disorders affect people of both genders and all ages and races. This month, learn about common GI disorders and cancers, including risk factors, symptoms and when to seek care. You’ll also learn how some types of bacteria are actually good for your gut health and ways to include more of them in your diet.
GI Disorders: Risk Factors, Symptoms and Where to Seek Care
By Dr. Atena Lodhi
It’s not uncommon to experience the occasional upset stomach or heartburn. But when you start having regular symptoms, it may indicate a more serious health issue.
Six Tips to Manage Your Child’s Screen Time
The amount of screen time your child should get varies by age. Here’s what the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends.
Taking Steps to Address Childhood Obesity
When kids are obese, they have an 80 percent chance of staying obese their entire lives. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to help your child achieve a healthy weight.
Five Ways to Get a Healthy Meal on the Table Faster
With a bit of planning, it’s possible to get healthy food on the table. Here are a few tips.
Exercises for a Healthier Heart
Your heart is like any other muscle in your body – it can be strengthened with regular exercise.
10 Tips for Eating Heart Healthy
Eating a healthy diet is one of the best ways to improve your heart health.
Seven Tips to Improve Your Fitness
Whether you’re new to exercise or want to get fitter, here are some tips to help you achieve your fitness goals.
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