Advance directives give you a voice in decisions about your end-of-life medical care, even when you can’t communicate.
Candy isn’t an option for many people with chronic disease, and frankly, for many people trying live a healthier lifestyle. Trading the traditional treats for healthier options, or even toys and games, can put a fresh spin on Halloween fun.
If you’re living with a chronic health condition, you already know it involves much more than adding a medication or therapy into your daily routine. Using Spoon Theory can help your loved ones understand the decisions you make each day.
Breast cancer myths and facts, the things we think we know can be dangerous.
Fatigue doesn’t just affect your body, it also affects your mind. Think of a time you worked out really hard or walked around all day. How did you feel the next day? Was it like your limbs didn’t want to move? This same sensation can happen to your mental state, only the limb that is completely exhausted is your brain.
This summer, dark chocolate comes to the rescue as a satisfying snack that does a body good.
What can kids do when they have to stay at home for a health condition? We’ve collected some easy, fun activities for them to try.
This recipe makes an easy on-the-go breakfast — and your child can help make it!
Make a simple and delicious sports drink — without all the added sugar.
The ill, the elderly, and caregivers can have different symptoms of depression. Learn what the symptoms look like and what to do.
More than 300 million people around the world deal with depression — and just like every person is unique, depression can look and feel different for each individual experiencing it.
Taking care of yourself is an important part of being a good caregiver. This article will help you assess the strain you’re under and learn ways to cope.
Colorful vegetables are the star of this Thai-inspired stir-fry.