Rather than wait until the last minute, schedule appointments for annual exams (if needed), sports physicals, and vaccinations - even for the college students.
The need is urgent—only 38 percent of the U.S. population is eligible to give while someone in the U.S. needs blood or platelets every two seconds.
Review these three types of heat-related conditions and degrees of sunburn to watch for and prevent when the summer sun is at its peak.
LuAnn’s knee pain and swelling made it difficult to do anything - even walk. Marlyn’s accident, which ultimately required a total shoulder replacement, began with an annoying Asian beetle. Their experiences with Dr. Taniguchi led to active, pain-free lives again.
Here are a few facts and safety tips, plus fun ideas, as you launch into your holiday activities with parades, fireworks, campfires, and glow sticks.
Read about three parents' experiences to see how diverse and neat their kids are. From the age of onset of autism spectrum disorder to a child’s patterns of behavior and the progression of the condition, each child is unique.
Glacial Ridge Health System has been named one of the Top 175 Workplaces in Minnesota by the Star Tribune. Top...
Doctor: “Why are you here today?” Man: “My wife made me.” While that joke is a good tension reliever in the doctor’s office, it is often true. When health problems go undiscovered or untreated, men’s risks of an interrupted lifestyle or early death from potentially preventable conditions or diseases increase substantially.
It’s easy to forget that our skin is the largest organ in the body. But it has a way of reminding us with sunburn, new freckles and moles, itchy rashes, or age spots. With a total area of about 22 square feet of skin on the average body, a lot can happen when you stop to think about the skin you’re in.