Find information on many health topics, listed A to Z.
For many, fall means hunting season, which can pose dangers and send hunters to the hospital or worse. Hunters should ensure they're educated about their surroundings and remember these 11 tips.
When medication is prescribed by a doctor and taken correctly, it can help you with day-to-day life. But did you know that you also should take precautions with over-the-counter medications?
Skin cancer is among the most common and preventable types of cancer. Learn how to protect your skin from the sun while you enjoy summer.
Do your summer plans include a music festival? Check out these tips so your experience doesn't end on a sour note.
The holidays are magical time of the year. Make sure your children or young guests are kept safe with these helpful tips.
Although often long and cold, winter in the Midwest can be beautiful. However, even when you are enjoying the snow-covered beauty, it is important to remember winter ice and snow increase the risk of falling for all ages.
The holidays are here, and toys are a great way for children to learn and become good problem solvers. Sometimes, though, our good intent can lead to a child being cut, bruised, poisoned, shocked, suffocated or choked by unsafe toys.
Halloween is rapidly approaching, and everyone is preparing for the big night of costumes, pumpkins and candy. With so much time and energy going into the planning of this night, we often get so excited that we end up forgetting about simple safety.
Nights are getting cooler, and the trees are starting to change colors as autumn begins. With it, routines change because the kids go back to school, the days get shorter and we start planning for winter. Think about these things as you enjoy the cooler temperatures and vibrant colors.
Each year, many senior citizens are injured in or around their homes. The following is a checklist to identify possible safety problems in or around your home that you may want to fix.
When a loved one's abilities change based on a medical condition, you may need to consider adaptive equipment. Adaptive equipment supports those in need and helps keep everyone in the home safe.
Foodborne illness peaks in the summer, and more people are cooking outside without the safety controls of a kitchen. Four simple steps can help you avoid getting sick.