Maybe it’s the ability to cover up with big parkas, hoodies and sweatpants all season.
Maybe it’s the “When in Rome….” feeling that envelopes us as we see our friends, family and coworkers making repeated trips to the buffet table at holiday gatherings.
By definition, toys are fun objects for children to play with.
Unfortunately, they can also be dangerous. A study found that a child goes to the emergency room every three minutes from an injury sustained playing with a toy – many of them the ride-on variety, such as scooters.
For everything the holiday season includes – parties and get-togethers involving family, friends, co-workers, food and fun – health sometimes gets put on the back burner.
While it’s easy to get caught up in the festive moment, it’s also entirely possible – and important – to look for ways to look after the overall well-being of you and your loved ones during this time of year.
The holiday eating routine is enough to make some of us say, “Ho, ho, holy cow! What happened to my waistline?”
The holidays are notoriously tough waters to tread for even the most health-conscious people, with each party and get-together of the season filled with sinfully tasty dishes and treats.
As Lung Cancer Awareness Month, November is an ideal time to learn more about the leading cause of cancer death in men and women in the United States.
The American Cancer Society says about 80% of lung cancer deaths are believed to result from smoking, although some people who get the disease have no known risk factors.
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a lung disease that is affecting a growing number of Americans.
A categorization that includes chronic bronchitis and emphysema, COPD – which makes it hard to breathe – is the third-leading cause of death in the U.S., according to the American Lung Association. Fortunately, the chronic disease is treatable and often preventable.
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