Your life is an amazing journey, and our purpose is to guide you to health, heal you from sickness or injury, support your recovery and celebrate health in all forms. Here you'll find healthy resources, tips and inspiring stories so you can continue to be amazing.
Every year, 1.4 million Americans are newly diagnosed with diabetes and diabetic foot complications can be costly. Find out steps you can take to prevent these complications.
Spring brings some of the most beautiful days of the year, but with high pollen counts and an excess of allergens in the air, those with allergies are often unable to enjoy them. If you frequently find your spring days ruined by sneezing, a runny nose or itchy throat, follow the simple rules below to help you breathe easy all season long.
Sleep is one of the most important aspects of health, but it’s also one of the most neglected. While sacrificing an hour or two of sleep because of a busy schedule or nightly TV habit may seem harmless, the negative side effects are not. Read on to learn more about the wealth of benefits that come from adequate shut eye and why you can’t afford to cut your nightly snooze short.
In the United States, heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women. Fortunately, it is also one of the most preventable diseases. Since February is Heart Month, our Baptist Health physicians have compiled the information you need to know to keep your heart healthy, this month and every month.
New Year’s resolutions are made with the best intentions, yet more than half of them will be broken by February. These resolutions don’t typically fail due to a lack of commitment, but instead, a lack of planning. If you want to keep your resolutions and live a healthier, happier life in 2018, follow these goal-setting tips.
'Tis the season of navigating through work and social parties, family gatherings, and leftovers with the goal to stay lean or at least not gain so much that you’re a size larger the first week of January. Are you ready?
High blood pressure has been redefined for the first time in 14 years. Baptist Health cardiologist Dr. Anthony Fletcher explains.
First of all the flu vaccine is something that we all should consider on a yearly basis, especially those individuals with chronic illnesses, such as chronic lung disease, history of known previous coronary artery disease, congestive heart failure, the very young or very old.
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