Health and Wellness
With the warm weather and everyone enjoying outdoor activities, it's important to check for ticks to help prevent Lyme disease and other tick-borne illnesses.
Osteoporosis, or thinning bones, is not a normal side effect of aging, and fractures due to osteoporosis are not inevitable.
It’s critical for men and women over 35 years of age to have annual skin examinations by a board-certified dermatologist.
Coping with changing routines and feelings of anxiety and loneliness was the focus of this two-part "Heads Up: Coping with COVID-19 - Overcoming Challenges of Changing Learning Environments " webinar series.
The Dartmouth-Hitchcock Stroke Center encourages everyone to know the signs of stroke: using the acronym F.A.S.T. (Face, Arms, Speech, Time) helps you to remember and quickly respond
When you think burger, consider adding plant-based foods for a healthy burger that is easy on the budget and on the planet.
Paul E. Palumbo, MD, an infectious disease-trained pediatrician at CHaD discusses COVID-19 vaccines and children 12-15 years old.
We asked a few Dartmouth-Hitchcock nutritionists to share what they eat for breakfast.
Looking for a new primary care provider can be overwhelming. It’s best to begin your research with the basics.
Not only are people with dementia more at risk of contracting the virus, cognitive impairment makes following precaution guidelines difficult and frustrating.