One of the best ways to reduce the risk of any heart-related disease is to lead an active lifestyle. Building an exercise plan can help you stay active, track goals and keep you motivated. Does the thought of starting a routine overwhelm you? You don’t have to start running a marathon to be “Heart Healthy”! As little as 30 minutes of light exercise a day can and will benefit your well-being.
“Hepatitis A is highly contagious, therefore vaccination is key” says William Melahn, MD, SCH Chief Medical Officer. “Vaccination is the best way to prevent infection for you and your family.”
A healthy diet with fruits and vegetables provides important health benefits, but selecting, storing and preparing them is just as important!
If you suffer from “hay fever” in the spring, chances are it’s caused by a sensitivity to pollen from trees, grasses or weeds.
While nosebleeds generally aren't serious, it is important to know how to treat and prevent them as well as when to seek medical attention from a healthcare provider
Tooth decay is the single most common chronic childhood disease.
Learning about asthma, how to manage it and taking steps to reduce asthma triggers is vital to your child's health.
Follow these tips for quicker relief.
"Cardiac rehab isn't just an exercise program. It's a lifestyle change."
-Frankie Chapman, RN, BSN, St. Claire Cardiology Department Manager