Miles Zelasko was probably born with Lyme Disease. He wasn’t diagnosed until he was six, soon after his mother Celeste was diagnosed. This is their story.
Diabetes is a growing problem. In this guest post, an insurance company says an integrated approach to managing diabetes will improve outcomes and lower costs.
World Against Toys Causing Harm just released its 2016 “10 Worst Toys” list. One item is a cuddly elephant pillow and another a doll that plays peek-a-boo. Hazardous? Yes. Find out why.
Guess where we’re getting our Thanksgiving turkey this year. From St. Joseph’s College! And they’re also sharing some of their Thanksgiving recipes.
How much water should you drink every day? Why is it important to get enough liquids? Does it always have to be water?
Martin Baker, from England, and Fran Houston, from Maine, talk about their new book High Tide, Low Tide: A Caring Friend’s Guide to Bipolar Disorder.
The first annual Earl’s 5K for MSA drew a big crowd and raised a lot of money for multiple system atrophy (MSA). What’s that? Read more on the Catching Health blog.
Whether you have diabetes or not, you should eat moderate portions of nutrition-rich foods. Include lots of vegetables, which you’ll find in this recipe for Corn and Black Bean Burritos.
If you think you’re too old to quit smoking because the damage is already done, think again. Take a moment to read this expert advice.
Why are college students at risk for mumps? How is it spread? What are the symptoms? I provide some answers on the WCSH6 Morning Report.