Finding motivation to stay active and healthy can be exceptionally hard with current pandemic conditions and cold winter months right around the corner.
As seasons change so does your skin. Transitions in weather can lead to dry skin and eczema flare ups.
Keeping a healthy gut can mean the difference between feeling clean and feeling unhealthy.
As students return to school, they are more susceptible to picking up germs, bacteria and viruses in group and classroom environments.
The thyroid is small but mighty.
Taking care of wounds is essential to having healthy skin. If you get a cut, scrape or wound, quick attention is key.
As temperatures rise, so do heat-related illnesses such as dehydration and heat stroke.
Local dentist Alan Krebs, D.D.S., chief dental officer of Northwest Health, said taking care of your gums daily is important to prevent gum disease such as gingivitis.
Melanoma was the last diagnosis cancer survivor Rita Hubbard was expecting when she went to get a mole on her back checked out.
In the late 1980s, American psychologist Francine Shapiro was treating Vietnam veterans and sexual abuse survivors with general therapy.
Anger is an emotion that many experience at least on occasion.
As summer arrives, putting on sunscreen becomes more important.
June has special meaning to Brenda Gregg, a dementia specialist with the Northwest Heart of America Alzheimer’s Association.
Sleep affects the way we operate in our day-to-day lives, and certain disorders can upset a normal rest routine.
Registered nurse Amber Hutchcraft, was not expecting to receive Mosaic’s 2019 Nurse of the Year Award when she attended a ceremony to support her fellow colleagues.