Author: Elizabeth Timms
Posts by Elizabeth Timms
There’s lots of delicious in-season produce at this time of the year. Pick out the right vegetables whether you belong to a CSA, go to a farmers’ market or stop at a grocery store.
While 95 percent of Americans favor organ donation, only 58 percent have registered. Myths and misunderstandings prevent someone from signing up. Bridge the gap, learn the facts and donate life.
An estimated 40 million Americans have trouble falling or staying asleep. Sleep deprivation can affect your heart, memory, immune system and even your weight. Healthy sleep habits can improve your good night rest and you'll feel more refreshed the next day.
Meena Kannan, MD, is a neurologist specializing in neuroimmunology. She examines these two complex systems to further understand certain neurological diseases.
Get outside! There are endless options for exercising outdoors, including brisk walks or even yard work. Try these five activities to improve your physical and mental health while you exercise outdoors.
Understanding common concussion myths will help you get better quickly. After two to three days of rest, you should be easing back into your normal routine.
We're running to the store to prepare for this upcoming spring allergy season. Aside from taking allergy medication, these five tips can help you survive the worst symptoms.
Over 90% of all poisonings happen at home. Take action with these helpful tips to make sure you protect your family from household poisons.
Colon cancer is the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths because it doesn’t show symptoms until later stages. Lori Dunn was lucky as she is under the recommended screening age. Lori shares her colon cancer journey and why it's important to get screened.
William Brand, MD, is a UVA pediatric otolaryngologist surgeon specializing in ear, nose and throat disorders in children.