Sweater weather and soup go together. Both are perfect for warming a chill during fall and winter.
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Our Midwest winters can be brutal. Cold, wind, snow and ice can cause dangerous conditions for pets as well as people. Local experts offered tips on how to do that as the temperatures drop.
Obesity is a disease. This comes as news to those who consider this condition to be nothing more than the result of overeating and inadequate exercise.
Whether it's an overflowing inbox, overtime at work or tending to your loved ones, many of us struggle with finding time to exercise. So what are the best ways to revive your routine in the new year?
Blood pressure, heart rate, blood sugar, thyroid levels are all examples of metrics that can be concerning when they are high. But medical experts say low levels can be just as alarming.
Whatever your party, there are manageable ways to ease back into everyday life.
Dr. Erica Kaufman West, medical director of Infectious Diseases at Franciscan Physician Network, helps sort out the vaccination schedule for seniors.
Staying physically active can help older adults stay physically and mentally sharp even when the cold makes joints ache.
Try these techniques to ease insomnia.
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The holidays are blamed for weight gain, poor sleep, additional stress and blown budgets. But there are ways to bring things back into perspective.
The holidays pose special risks to pets from dietary challenges to emotional well-being to weather issues. Region veterinarians offer tips to ease things.
Dr. Tae'Ni Chang-Stroman rarely worried about any patients other than those younger than 6 months when it came to respiratory syncytial virus (RSV). But things have changed.
Dr. Saud Rana, a medical oncologist and hematologist for Franciscan Health Woodland Cancer Care Center in Michigan City, outlines men's cancer risks and how to reduce them.
Hangovers are a not-so-nice way of the body reminding us that overindulgence can be hazardous.
Though it’s great to get people together, eat delicious food and sing carols, preparing for the event can be a bit much. Fortunately, But you can simplify the process and create a memorable occasion for you and your guests.
For those who have fun once the holiday hoopla begins but wonder how they’ll make everything come together on time, we have some tips.
Welcome to the holidays, when the To-Do lists are out of control, all your friends want to gather and traffic makes even Santa a bit uptight.
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Here's a guide to tell highly processed foods from minimally processed and those in between.
Good grooming goes beyond a trendy haircut and designer duds. When accompanied by good hygiene, it has a positive effect on our health, social interactions and psychological well-being.
The way you take your medicine can affect how fast your body absorbs the medication.
For some people, the annual autumn time change can take a serious mental or even physical toll. But there are ways to ease the shift.
Health scare sends Community Hospital volunteer coordinator on a weight-loss and fitness journey.