Monthly Health Topics for 2013
- May: Fill'er Up!
The health of your brain, like the health of your body, depends on several factors. You may be surprised how making the smallest tweaks to your daily routine can boost your intellect, postpone mental aging and help you live a longer life.
- April: Over Reactive?
You don’t have to put your child in a plastic bubble when you find out about his or her allergies. While it’s normal for parents to want to protect their child from harm, overreacting to their allergies is not the answer. You cannot shield them from every
little thing that may cause them harm.
- March: Label-ese
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) requires all over-the-counter medications to have a Drug Facts label. This information helps you to select the correct medication and use it properly and safely. View a list of the most commonly used OTC medications.
- February: Manopause
When a woman is cranky or moody, the blame is pointed at hormones or “her time of the month,” but what about when a man exhibits the same behavior?
- January: Fit and Fat
You are doing everything right, yet the scale says you are still overweight. What's up with that?