Choosing healthy foods and fluids becomes especially important at this stage of life, and more challenging.
D-Hs Trauma Surgery Team and Community Health Department are teaching average people with little to no medical training on how to help control life-threatening bleeding from traumatic injuries.
Discuss your values and wishes for care with someone who you trust to speak on your behalf if you are unable to speak for yourself, and document it in an advance directive.
In this video, Roxcy shares some heart attack symptoms and tips about keeping your heart healthy like eating right, exercising and not smoking.
We'd like to encourage you to consider becoming a one-time, or regular donor! Donating blood is very straightforward, and you'll be serving people in our local communities.
Having good flexibility will prevent injuries from occurring during activities like running, walking, or something as simple as bending over to pick up something off the floor. Here is a series of stretches that you can work into your daily routine.