Many of us grow up believing certain health and safety myths. Sometimes, these misconceptions are harmless. Other times, they can have serious consequences.
Summer is the season of grilling. It's also the season when grill fires peak.
Summer means spending time at the beach, playing outside and having other outdoor adventures. It also means lots of opportunities for bites and stings from bugs and wildlife.
Summer is more than halfway over, and that means another school year is approaching. How should you prepare your kids for school?
August is Psoriasis Awareness Month. That means it's the perfect time to brush up on your psoriasis knowledge.
Do you live in a flood hazard area? If so, it's time to prepare for the worst and learn what to do in case of a flooding event.
Although wildfires are possible any time of year, the heat and droughts of summer increase the odds. Now is the perfect time to learn how to stay safe.
Are you drinking enough water? Sometimes, it can be hard to tell whether you're getting enough water to stay healthy.
With summer underway, people are spending more time outside. That means people are spending more time near ticks that can transmit serious diseases.
Women with heart failure may be more likely than men to die or be hospitalized, according to a new Canadian study.