Ask yourself, what could I do that might be helpful to another person, my family, or the community?
We needed to simplify what we ate and cut out the junk — foods with high amounts of saturated fat, sweeteners and salt. We stuck to foods with fewer ingredients and avoided ingredients we couldn’t pronounce.
Doing a little homework now can save you a lot of time and hassle down the road — and it might save you some money.
As the world seems to be shrinking, and communicating becomes easier and cheaper than ever, we find ourselves in a time of increasing telephone scams.
Maintaining a lifelong healthy routine can be as simple as finding what you enjoy and what works for your schedule.
Many of us don’t realize that at-your-fingertips access also exists for one of our most critical assets — our health.
What is stopping us from getting up and moving — and sticking with it?
Nearly half of all opioid overdose deaths involve a prescription opioid.
It wasn’t what she had hoped for or wished for, but as she says, “It is what it is.” And so we are muddling through.
The internet offers a vast and seemingly endless amount of information, but remember that your searches may produce results that aren’t necessarily trustworthy.
‘Tis the season for giving — and what better gift to give yourself than better health.
If you’re 65 years of age or older, and there’s been a change in the last year to your health, the prescription drugs you take or your financial status, now’s the time to give yourself a health plan checkup.
Nowadays, as reported in Reuters, your health care records are ten times more valuable to criminals than your credit card number.
Because our current health care system is so fragmented, all too often a patient's various doctors don't know the treatments the others have prescribed.
There’s no doubt the cost of prescription drugs is increasing and increasing dramatically.
Though telehealth shouldn’t take the place of your doctor, the virtual experience can be used to treat common conditions like sinus infections, stomach pain, pink eye, flu, ear infections, fever, migraines, and rashes.
Have you noticed that your parents appear depressed or helpless? Have they lost interest in the hobbies they’ve always enjoyed? Are they overeating or have they lost their appetite?
All too often, we find ourselves falling to the bottom of the list, putting everything and everyone else first. I’m encouraging you to start doing the opposite.
Did you know you'd need to walk across 80 football fields to burn off a slice of pizza? It’s sobering to think about and a reminder that we need to pay attention to the foods that we use to fuel our bodies.
It certainly isn’t surprising that the majority of our customers don’t speak “insurance-eese.” That can make dealing with insurance companies confusing, frustrating and something often dreaded.
It’s time for your doctor’s appointment. Whether you go once a year or once a month, there are certain things you should do to prepare.
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Omaha man Paul Shadle is one of 25 individuals featured in a national campaign from the nonprofit Fight Colorectal Cancer. The campaign, which features video and images of the individuals, runs through the month of March.