Archive for Medical

Joan Lunden Speaks about Lowering Prescription Costs for Seniors

May 30, 2013 No Comments

Joan Lunden Speaks about Lowering Prescription Costs for Seniors Over 31 million Americans are enrolled in Medicare Part D but half of those enrollees are unaware of the savings they could be benefiting from if they understood their medical plans better. Award-winning television journalist Joan Lunden ... continue reading...

How to Sneeze Correctly Flu Etiquette from Emily Post’s Great, Great Granddaughter

December 17, 2012 1 Comment

How to Sneeze Correctly Flu Etiquette from Emily Post’s Great, Great Granddaughter Here we are in the beginning of the cold and flu season. You might be wondering what is the most polite way to sneeze or cough? What about if your child's friend arrives sneezing and feverish? How do you politely tell his/her par... continue reading...

What’s the Check-Up You Probably Forgot?

September 14, 2012 No Comments

What’s the Check-Up You Probably Forgot? Back to school is full of appointments – sports physicals, school pictures, informational meetings for clubs, etc. But what’s that one appointment we tend to forget? Susan Gaca, registered nurse and Chief Nursing Officer for Cigna, says people tend to forget to re... continue reading...

Dermatologist Dr. Benabio Gives His Winter Skin Care Tips

January 12, 2012 No Comments

Dermatologist Dr. Benabio Gives His Winter Skin Care Tips The chill of winter is upon us and that means cold air, wind and the dryness of indoor heating. Skin care expert Dr. Jeffrey Benabio gives Family First readers his winter skin care tips to help keep your family's skin in tip-top shape. His answers... continue reading...

7 Secrets Skincare Consultants Don’t Want You to Know

June 9, 2011 No Comments

7 Secrets Skincare Consultants Don’t Want You to Know Now that summer is here, we are thinking about our skin a lot. Preventing sunburn and showing more skin with less clothes and our bathing suits means we have to watch more closely how our skin appears. According to Houston, TX... continue reading...

3 Fertility Myths Debunked

May 11, 2011 No Comments

3 Fertility Myths Debunked According to RESOLVE, the National Infertility Association, close to 7.3 million people in the United States suffer from some form of infertility. The issue sparks a lot of emotion for people and can lead to myths being perpetuated. Here are three big ones and the truth. Dr. Mary... continue reading...

5 Ways to Naturally Fight Allergy Season

May 3, 2011 No Comments

5 Ways to Naturally Fight Allergy Season Here it is again – the trees, the grasses, the flowers. People sneezing all around you. It’s allergy season. The beauty of Spring can also be a nightmare for some once we open our doors and windows to the warmer weather and let all that glory – and pollen – ... continue reading...

18 Natural Health Options Instead of Drugs

April 7, 2011 No Comments

18 Natural Health Options Instead of Drugs A growing number of people now turn to complementary and alternative medicines (CAM) for treatment of their ailments before trying traditional drugs. People are moving toward this for a variety of reasons. Some want to be more natural, understand more about Easter... continue reading...

9 Tips for Treating Your Sick Child

December 30, 2010 1 Comment

9 Tips for Treating Your Sick Child Now that cold temperatures are here and we’re spending more time inside, we’ll see more illness hitting our kids. Fevers, flu and colds are the common aliments most parents see at some point during the year. Here are some tips from the American Academy of Pediatri... continue reading...

An Unconventional Way to Help You Address Your Life Issues

December 16, 2010 No Comments

An Unconventional Way to Help You Address Your Life Issues “Look into my eyes…” What do you think of when you hear that?  A gypsy fortune teller? The traveling apothecary salesman from “The Wizard of Oz”? Patrick Jane, the main character of the hit show “The Mentalist”? Richard Barker ... continue reading...

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