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It's flu season--do you know what to do if you start experiencing symptoms?
Chuck Owen wondered if volunteering at Hospice would make him relive the pain of losing his wife, but after five years, he knows it's where he's meant to help.
When a friend loses a loved one, it's hard to know what to do and say. Hospice volunteer Chuck Owen offers his insight.
Quitting smoking can get you and your loved ones on a fast track to far better health. Vascular medicine physician Dr. Fish explains why.
Spot a heart attack quickly and know what to do, especially during the holiday season when heart issues increase.
After loss, the holiday season may make you want to insulate yourself from the world. Hospice volunteer, Chuck, shares how he survived his "year of firsts".
Cold weather makes it more difficult for your skin to stay hydrated. Dr. Francis shares four steps to keep your skin healthy.
A post-infectious cough can last weeks after a viral or bacterial infection. Dr. Rennels shares why this happens and when to make an appointment.
Chuck's world went numb after the death of his wife. Now a hospice volunteer, he gently reminds families that everyone heals at their own speed.
Getting or losing an hour's sleep may have more of an effect on your physical and mental health than you think.
The field of genetic counseling is fairly new and rapidly changing. Here are some questions to better understand your genetic counselor's qualifications.
We can hardly get past a summer without suffering a few battle scars. Trauma coordinator Diane Simon talks about common wounds and at-home treatment.