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Learn how to keep your Thanksgiving leftovers tasty and safe to eat.
As the summer heat subsides, it's a perfect time to find your new favorite fall traditions. These regional outdoor activities are fun and can...
With mindful planning and fresh ingredients, you can improve your family’s health one fruit and vegetable at a time.
How busy should your child be? Signing your child up for a plethora of summer camps and activities can be tempting, but how much is too much?
This National Minority Health Month, take the time to learn about the screenings that matter most for you and your family.
You don't have to grow your own produce to eat local.
Heading outdoors this winter? Don’t forget your hat—and a few other things.
Are you up to date on your family medical history? Many diseases, including heart disease, birth defects and certain types of cancer, run in ...
Approximately one in every nine babies born in the United States is born prematurely.
Lung cancer—the deadliest cancer for American men and women—often develops in silence. With early detection, however, the chances...
With year’s end approaching, be aware—some of your health insurance benefits could be “use it or lose it.”
With the right healthy habits, you can keep hip and knee pain from slowing you down.
Your child suddenly seems anxious and has lost interest in attending school or spending time with friends. Is bullying to blame?
The earlier breast cancer is detected, the better the chances for survival. To facilitate early detection, the American Cancer Society recommends...
Whether on the playing field or the monkey bars, your child could be at risk for concussion any time he or she is at play.
You never know when a natural disaster or other emergency could disrupt your life, but you can be prepared.
A widespread childhood annoyance, head lice are highly contagious — especially among children in group settings. Fortunately for you and...
The age-old practice of breastfeeding has multiple benefits for mothers and babies alike.
Humans aren't meant to be sedentary creatures, but staying active can be a challenge with a desk job.
You don't have to live with the pounding, squeezing, aching misery of migraines.
Constantly applying anti-aging creams but seeing no results? Try rebooting your diet instead.
Do you know the differences between hepatitis A, B and C? Learn the ABCs of the conditions with this infographic.
When you’re expecting, staying active can help set the stage for a healthier, happier pregnancy.
Most school systems require a complete vaccination record before a child can enroll for classes at any level. Beyond fulfilling an enrollment...
The term "sun poisoning" can take on different meanings—but it does not indicate that anyone has actually been poisoned.
When your celebrations get explosive, take steps to keep fireworks displays from damaging your hearing.
Biting and stinging insects can turn your hiking or camping trip into a painful, itchy nightmare—unless you protect yourself.
While many men tend to avoid the doctor’s office until serious illness or injury strikes, there’s nothing macho about dying from ...
When it comes to choosing what goes on your grill, think beyond the burger this summer.
Every four minutes, someone dies of a stroke in the United States, according to the American Stroke Association. The good news is that strokes...
Ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun can damage your skin in as few as 15 minutes, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention....
Food can play a major role in managing inflammation—one of the primary causes of arthritis.
With World Hand Hygiene Day observed on May 5, this week offers a great opportunity to learn the right ways to keep your hands clean and germ...
The more involved you are in your own healthcare, the more satisfying and efficient your care can be.
Thinking about starting a family? To mark National Infertility Awareness Week, let’s take a look at a few simple things that can impact...
Do your kids spend too much time glued to a TV or computer screen? This spring, inspire them to get up and get active.
Grayson Primary Care has been recognized as one of the top businesses in metro Atlanta with a nomination for a 2015 IMPACT Regional Business ...
Stay ahead of the seasonal sniffles with a solid anti-allergen strategy and the help of your doctor.
You've been putting it off for years. If you're age 50 or older, consider these five reasons you should make 2015 the year you finally get screened...
Spending hours at your computer can be exhausting for your eyes, unless you take steps to protect them.
A butterfly-shaped gland in the neck, the thyroid secretes hormones that control growth, metabolism and body temperature. Thyroid conditions,...
Seasonal ingredients add rich flavor and powerful nutrients to this heart-healthy wintertime dish.
This February, celebrate American Heart Month by learning how heart disease and heart attacks differ in men and women.
You wake up in the morning with a cough, high fever and full-body chills.
Are mid-afternoon cravings for sweet and salty snacks interfering with your New Year’s resolution to eat better?
So, you joined the millions of Americans who resolved to lose weight this year. That’s great!
Tired of making New Year’s resolutions you don’t keep?
AARP estimates that 66 million Americans are currently caring for their children and parents at the same time.
Keep food safety top of mind during celebrations to help ensure your family’s holidays are healthy and merry.
We all feel blue sometimes. If your “down days” have turned into weeks or even months, you could have seasonal affective disorder (SAD).
According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, an estimated 265,000 children - more than 725 per day - were treated in U.S. emergency...