Making important lifestyle changes, taking medications and paying close attention to your health are among the many ways to enjoy a full life, even with COPD.
Urinary tract infections are a common problem for many women. Learn what causes a UTI, the symptoms, and how you can treat the infection.
Halloween is one of the most fun and creative times of the year for kids and adults alike. Unfortunately, there are several opportunities for things to go wrong. Below are some simple, yet useful tips from the American Academy of Pediatrics and the CDC in order to make this Halloween the safest and most spooktacular of all!
The last thing you want during fall festivals, pumpkin patch gatherings and family events is to come down with the flu. Protect yourself and your loved ones from the flu by learning all about the basics of preventing and treating the illness.
If you experience red, itchy, swollen and watery eyes you may have eye allergies. Learn more about allergy eye treatments and how to apply eye drops effectively.
Concussions are serious injuries that can have lasting effects. Learn the most common warning signs and what to do next if your child gets a bump to the head.
At St. Claire HealthCare Breast Cancer Awareness is About More Than Just A Month. It’s about early detection and increased survival rates all year long.
Did you know you can actually stop smoking in one day? Let today be your day to change your life and put down the cigarettes. Quitting isn’t easy, but millions of people have done it and so can you. Here are some tips to help you stop smoking today. Share with a loved one who smokes and change their life as well.
If you experience breathing difficulties that interfere with your daily activities and decrease the quality of your life you may have asthma. Asthma affects a person’s breathing by constricting their airways and if untreated it can be deadly! Click here to learn more.
Being unable to control your bladder (incontinence) is a problem no one wants to talk about. It's frustrating and embarrassing. In most cases, however, it's also treatable.