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.
Having a great relationship with our doctor is one of the most beneficial relationships we can have. Physicians work with us through our health’s struggles and triumphs and we trust our doctors with some of our most private problems.
People often use emergency rooms when they don’t actually have an emergency. While you will be treated eventually, it can take a very long time if you don’t actually have an emergency. Emergency rooms are also very expensive. While the answer of whether or not you should rush to the ER is not always clear, knowing the difference between emergency care and urgent care could save a life, time, and money.
You run two miles every other day and lift weights twice a week. You've been trying to eat more fruits and vegetables and less meat. You don't smoke. When it comes to your health, you figure you've got everything covered. But when was the last time you saw your health care provider for a health screening?
Staying fit during your pregnancy can be a challenging task. The urge to indulge in every craving and skip your routine workouts can be overwhelming at times. The good news is there are some easy ways to incorporate prenatal exercise into your everyday routine to ensure that you and your baby are as healthy as possible.
Exposure to abnormal or prolonged amounts of heat and humidity without relief or adequate fluid intake can cause various types of heat-related illness. Children and adolescents adjust more slowly than adults do to changes in environmental heat. They also produce more heat with activity than adults, and sweat less. Sweating is one of the body's normal cooling mechanisms. Children and adolescents often do not think to rest when having fun and may not drink enough fluids when playing, exercising, or participating in sports.
With New Year's resolutions in full swing many of us are hitting the gyms. Baptist Health's Dr. David Gerson says he sees a lot of patients this time of year with knee pain-most often with no specific injury. Dr. Gerson shares a few tips to help ease the discomfort and keep you on your goals for a healthier 2016.
Many might not think a yearly checkup is really necessary, especially when they consider themselves to be in good health. However, nearly one third of the 133 million Americans living with a chronic disease are unaware of their health condition. In fact, a chronic disease causes 7 out of every 10 deaths. Dr. Allan McKenzie, with Baptist Health Family Clinic-Hillcrest, helps further defend the need for your annual physical.
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