Falls and their resulting injuries, disability, loss of independence, and impact on family members are among the most serious health issues affecting older adults.
Wellness & Prevention
Secondhand smoke is a combination of the smoke from a burning cigarette and the smoke exhaled by a smoker. It contaminates the air and is collected in clothing, hair, curtains, and furniture.
Participating in sports is a great way to stay healthy and active, but facial sports injuries are all too common, whether you’re playing softball, basketball, football, soccer, bicycling, or nearly any kind of physical activity.
Mouth sores, or oral ulcers, make it painful to eat and talk. Two of the most common types of recurrent mouth sores are fever blisters, also known as cold sores, and canker sores.
ENT (ear, nose, and throat) specialists, or otolaryngologists, caution grillers to be aware of the dangers of wire-bristle grill brushes.
hearWHO* is a free app developed by the World Health Organization for mobile devices which allows people to check their hearing regularly. The app is targeted at those who are at risk of hearing loss or who already experience some of the symptoms related to hearing loss.
Your ear gear, the listening devices you wear in or around your ears, is a critical part of your hearing health.
Making some simple but important modifications to your sleep hygiene can help improve the overall quality and duration of your sleep.
Pediatric allergies are often caused by an abnormal immune system reaction to harmless things such as food, pollen, animals, or medications.
Do you have questions about thyroid cancer? You may want to read these frequently asked questions (and answers) about thyroid cancer.