America is traveling again! That’s good news. There are still many issues to consider, however, before you book your flight or set sail for that dream vacation you’ve been putting off- thanks to COVID. Read about the benefits of travel counseling.
Think again if you believe those stomach pains, headaches, and other symptoms you experience when you’re stressed, anxious, or depressed are all in your head. Our team explains the many ways your mental health can affect your physical well-being.
Are frequent headaches spoiling your daily routine despite regular use of over-the-counter medications that promise to wipe away your discomfort? Our experts explain what to do when your headache defies OTC remedies.
Do your eczema symptoms suddenly worsen when the season changes from fall to winter? You’re not alone. Find out why eczema often flares up in the winter and the steps you can take to soothe your irritated skin.
The evidence is clear – pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) can significantly lower your risk of contracting HIV. Find out from the clinical experts who prescribe PrEP who benefits most from this highly advanced treatment and how it works.
TeleVisits can help you stay connected with your doctor, obtain essential medical services, and prevent a break in the continuity of your health care — all from the comfort and safety of your home. Here’s how this innovative tool can benefit you.
Good health isn’t an abstract idea — it’s a daily practice that requires awareness, guidance, and dedication to maintain. Find out how getting an annual physical exam is one of the best ways to protect and preserve your long-term health.
If you’re sexually active, STD testing should be a regular part of your normal preventive health care routine. How often you should be tested depends on a few different factors — here’s what you should know.
In recent years, a steep and sustained rise in new sexual infections has created something of an STD epidemic in the United States. Left undetected and untreated, STDs can have serious health consequences — here’s what you should know.
If you’re sexually active — but not actively trying to become pregnant — contraception can help you stay in control of your reproductive health. Understanding your options is key to finding the method that’s best for you.
As an essential tool of preventive healthcare, vaccines have made many serious diseases a thing of the past. Despite their many benefits and excellent safety record, many people are confused about how they work and why they’re necessary.
Having routine Pap smear tests is the best way to protect against cervical cancer. Hearing that your Pap test results are abnormal can be worrisome, but it doesn’t necessarily mean you have cancer. Here’s what you should know.
Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) may be a common childhood disorder, but it affects plenty of adults, too. Here’s what you need to know about the onset of ADHD, and what developing ADHD-like symptoms in adulthood may mean.
Abusing alcohol, opiates, or other substances is a complex problem. By recognizing the symptoms of substance abuse, you can begin to take definitive steps to find the help you need to overcome dependency.