Author: Elizabeth Timms
Posts by Elizabeth Timms
If these age-related fitness myths have been keeping you on the couch, it may be time to change your thinking – and your attitude towards fitness.
Jeff Young, MD, director of the trauma center, has worked with the critical care team since 1994. He treats patients in need of surgery for emergencies.
One major risk factor for heart disease is high cholesterol. Can you determine what’s good and what’s bad when it comes to your dietary cholesterol?
Don't be one of the 3,000 people who die each year from food poisoning. Check out these simple safety steps to prevent food poisoning.
Does it feel like ticks are everywhere lately? You can’t escape the horror stories of tick-borne illnesses, so learn what's a myth vs. fact about ticks.
Relapses are relatively common when someone is fighting to overcome an addiction. Know the warning signs of relapse as addiction is difficult to overcome.
One in three adults over age 65 falls each year, so it's important to improve balance as you age. Falls often result in injuries or broken bones.
Family members have been passing down these old wives tales about common cold remedies for generations. Sorry, grandma! Susan Werner, MD, debunks them right in time for flu season.
As suicide rates continue to rise each year, we all may know someone who is suicidal. These tips can help you support or take action for someone you love.
You may think you only need to think about vaccines when your children are young, but vaccines for adults are important too, to prevent illnesses.