If your child isn’t feeling his or her best, should you definitely keep him or her home from school? After an illness, when is it okay for your child to return to school? As a parent, you know your children best.
While this season is meant to bring feelings of love and cheer, it can also be one of the most stressful times, putting added strain on your heart. Here's some tips for a healthier holiday.
Thanksgiving is a time to enjoy your family, friends, and of course—food. However, if you have diabetes, it can pose a problem since many Thanksgiving feasts are full of calories and carbohydrates.
Many women ask if having a hysterectomy will send them into menopause early, however, the answer isn’t a simple yes or no.
An estimated 9% of Americans are living with diabetes — about 30 million people. It’s important to learn the facts about diabetes so you can stay healthy from head to toe.
There are many different types of health care you can receive in your home, but many people do not know what’s available, or what the different options are.
Halloween is a great time to watch scary movies and tell ghost stories, but you want to make sure your kids stay safe while having fun.
One size fits all guidelines for breast cancer screenings are no longer the default as medical experts look to provide a personalized approach based on an individual’s risk factors. Nobody knows your body better than you.
Mental illness affects everyone, either directly or indirectly. You may know a family member, friend, or coworker that has or is dealing with mental illness. It is important to discuss mental health conditions to help stop the stigma.
If you, or someone you love, has been diagnosed with liver disease, you can now access the world-class expertise of the UPMC Liver Transplant Program in your own backyard.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), over 20 million American adults and six million children experience seasonal allergies every year. The only way to be sure if your symptoms are an allergy is to get tested.
Proper screening is important for detecting cancer early – when it is most likely to be curable. According to the American College of Radiology, mammography has helped reduce breast cancer deaths by nearly 40% since 1990.