If you start to feel a little blue as the winter progresses, you are not alone. Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) occurs in about 3% of people and more often in women.
Most diagnoses of neck and back pain are nothing to be afraid of and often times imaging studies are not necessary. Learn more about what you need to know the next time you visit your doctor for back or neck pain.
In today’s culture, we are inundated with conflicting messages about diets, nutrition and our bodies. Many people focus on dieting, but what if we shifted our focus to “intuitive eating,” an approach that hinges on thoughtful nutrition, respecting and appreciating your body, and healing your relationship with food and eating.
During pregnancy, 50 to 70 percent of women will develop back pain and/or sciatica, which is pain from the lower back down the leg. Luckily, there is a lot that can be done to manage this pain.
Read about the top four things you can do to maintain a healthy spine.
If you’re feeling back pain or a shooting, burning sensation that runs down the back of your leg, you may have sciatica. The challenge is figuring out the cause of this pain.
As a transgendered woman, Lila has already faced plenty of anxiety-inducing scenarios, finding a doctor shouldn't be another one. Read how Lila's experiences with our teams at both Kent Hospital and Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island were there for her, both physically and emotionally.
As we spring ahead for daylight saving time and lose an hour of sleep, try these tips for maintaining a healthy sleep schedule.
While screening is the number one way to prevent or detect colon cancer, eating a healthy diet can help to reduce your risk. Here are the top four foods that may help fight colon cancer and some healthy recipes to go with them.
Colorectal cancer is one of the few cancers that can be prevented through screening, yet it remains the third-leading cause of cancer death in both men and women in the US. Learn more about prevention and treatment.