When a mother is having a c-section, timing is everything. But how does “timing” affect the baby’s long-term well-being? Doug Johnson explains in “Your Child’s Health.”
Monthly Archives: April 2011
Getting your children to eat isn’t as much of a problem as getting them to eat right. Finding ways to make sure kids eat fruits and vegetables can be a challenge. As part of national nutrition month, there’s a move … Continue reading
Not all exercise is designed to burn calories. Some moves help strengthen and tone muscles. Lurene Cachola is here to show us some ways to work out that don’t require running or jumping to look good and feel great!
Fibromyalgia is a condition that can cause constant pain. Often, it’s a problem without a clear cause and can be difficult for doctors to diagnose. The syndrome affects millions of Americans, mostly women, and, as Lurene Cachola explains, some people … Continue reading
In our cover story patients go to hospitals to get well. The last thing they want to worry about is their medication. They rely on the hospital to have a system in place to give the right medication at the … Continue reading
Heart attacks and strokes are two of the most serious events that can result from untreated vascular disease. Coronary artery and vascular disease are the number one killers of men and women. Early detection can save lives and joining us … Continue reading