Previously, we discussed choosing toys that don’t send negative messages. You should also keep safety in mind when choosing gifts for children. Read More
When you’re considering which toys to buy as gifts, think about the message you’re sending. Read More
For people with allergies, holiday decorations can bring on a season of sneezing. Read More
Previously, we discussed how you can use moderation to help avoid holiday weight gain. Another strategy is to make some simple substitutions when you cook to lower calories. Read More
The holiday season is upon us, so this week on Health Watch, we’ll talk about keeping your health and safety in mind as you prepare for the holidays. All the parties, treats and holiday dinners can add inches to your waistline if you aren’t careful. Read More
Mammograms are one of the most effective ways to diagnose breast cancer, but they may not be as effective for some women. Read More
Colorectal cancer is much more treatable when it’s detected earlier, but the people who need screening the most may not have access to it. Read More
One test that’s been an annual ritual for women may be needed less frequently. Read More
Smoking is a major contributor to heart disease, and now scientists may have developed a test to determine which smokers are at greatest risk. Read More
Before doctors can treat disease, they have to diagnose it. This week on Health Watch, we’ll talk about some medical tests that can detect diseases and disorders for better treatment. Read More
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