The best way to reduce your risk from the seasonal flu and any potential complications is to get vaccinated every year.
According to the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), in 2020 there were 9 deaths and nearly 150,000 toy-related emergency room visits for children.
Although healthcare is essential year-round, the first week in October is dedicated to celebrating our primary care providers and highlighting the importance of their services.
National Liver Awareness Month highlights the importance of the organ, celebrates the medical discoveries made by science, and reminds us of the progression of liver disease.
The National Breast Cancer Foundation reports that a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer every two minutes.
High blood cholesterol is one of the major risk factors for heart disease, which causes heart attacks and strokes.
A serious health condition often overlooked is chronic pain. Those with such pain experience difficulties with everyday activities at the workplace and in their personal life.
Each year over 150,000 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer and about 27,000 die from the disease.
Not much is known about the cause of the chronic gastrointestinal disorder Digestive Tract Paralysis, which is why DTP Awareness Month is imperative.
Although August is designated the official month to create awareness for immunizations, everyone has been made more aware of the importance of vaccinations due to the pandemic.