When temperatures rise, your heart has to work harder. If your heart isn’t functioning optimally, it makes it harder to stay cool. Learn more and find out what to do if you have signs of heat exhaustion or heat stroke.
Lowering your blood pressure will help you avoid kidney damage and may slow the progression of kidney disease. Follow these steps to help protect your kidneys, and learn when you should see a specialist.
The slightest cough may cause immediate alarm since it's a common COVID-19 symptom, but there are many other reasons you may cough. We help break down what could be the source of your cough, and what you should do about it once it starts.
If you haven't kept up with your routine medical visits, whether due to the pandemic or for other reasons, now is the time to schedule those appointments. View this list of important health screenings suggested for women at various ages.
Every year, emergency room visits across the country spike as temperatures rise and people spend more time outdoors. Learn how to avoid common injuries and illness, and when to go to urgent care versus the ER.