Anxiety about going to school doesn't look the same for every child. It might appear as a tummy ache that suddenly resolves once the child gets to stay home for the day. Sometimes it’s tantrums or clinginess or defiance. Learn more about this common situation and when to loop in a professional. More »
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Today, the number of people in their 40’s and 50’s having hip replacement surgery is increasing. Age used to be a major factor in determining if it was a good option, but today’s replacement joints are more durable and last longer than before. If you're having trouble with your hip joint, hip replacement may be an option for you. More »
Fitness appears to be important in keeping the aging mind sharp. In addition to lowering stress, boosting your mood and helping you sleep, physical activity reduces inflammation and helps maintain blood vessels and brain cells. Learn more about it for Healthy Aging Month. More »
Feeling down on occasion is normal. But when you feel bouts of sadness, hopelessness, irritability or disinterest lasting for more than two weeks, it may be depression. Know the difference between depression and the blues – and why you need to get help. More »
Staying hydrated is important all year round, but when temps start to soar and you sweat, you may need to drink even more water than usual. Here's how to gauge if you may be dehydrated and need to up your intake of water or electrolyte-containing beverages. More »
Vision changes are common as we age. However, problems with eyesight also can be an early indicator of a more serious injury or condition. Find out which symptoms you shouldn't ignore. More »