To make a long story short, I do believe that self-diagnosis is okay. It’s always okay to do research and find ailments that most closely align with what you’re experiencing. But what you do with that research, your next move, like where you take it, makes all the difference.
May is Arthritis Awareness Month. Read through our guide to understand symptoms, who’s at risk, and how to raise awareness for a condition that impacts more than 54 million people.
May is American Stroke Awareness Month. Understand symptoms, prevention techniques, and the impact it can have on you or your loved ones with our comprehensive guide.
Mental illness impacts millions of adults each year, but it can be difficult to talk about. For National Mental Health Awareness Month, take the time to share your stories, raise awareness and break the stigma around the disease
What is Long COVID? Do you think you are experiencing symptoms? Read through our guide and understand how the effects of the virus can linger for weeks or months even after the initial illness.
Instilling healthy habits at a young age is important. Curious how you can help your child be healthy? Learn about Every Kid Healthy Week and see how you can create a foundation for good nutrition, regular exercise, and getting annual wellness check-ups.
Irritable Bowel Syndrome is more common than you think. That’s why IBS Awareness Month is designed provide info on treatment options, and encourage people to seek out help from a doctor to improve their quality of life.
April is Stress Awareness Month. Read through our guide to see the long term health implications stress can have on your body and some simple ways to help reduce it in your life.
COVID-19 symptoms and allergy symptoms can be very similar. Learn how to tell the difference and be prepared to take care of yourself whenever you start feeling sick.
It’s not too late to get the COVID-19 vaccine or booster shots. As new variants of the virus continue to pop up, doctors and healthcare professionals recommend you take necessary steps to improving your health and safety.
March is Kidney Cancer Awareness Month. Learn about the types of kidney cancer, who is at the highest risk, and how you can be take preventative steps against one of the most common cancers.
March 13 – 19 is Patient Safety Awareness Week. The initiative is meant to inspire action, grow awareness, and recognize the work already done surrounding health care safety. Learn how you can make a difference!