If you shop for healthy food, you will not only save a lot of money but will also get a wealth of health.
Dr. Martin Salia is the second person to die of Ebola in the U.S.
As you read this column, just think of the killings that are taking place in our homes, neighborhoods, cities and towns and countries throughout the world.
The New York Organ Donor Network hopes to get more people to become organ donors with its latest campaign.
When I wake up in the early morning hours after a sound sleep, I feel so good because I’m still alive.
Fall is a wonderful time of year. Changing leaves. Cooler weather. It’s also the season for people with Medicare to review their current Medicare coverage, as Medicare open enrollment begins.
A few years ago, I wrote an article titled “Don’t Rush With the Flush.”
Experts are still examining the risk factors for contracting the Ebola disease.
With temperatures dropping, knowing how to protect your skin from the winter weather is a must.
Exercise is an important key to avoiding both cardiovascular disease and diabetes.
I am sure you have heard that old hit song, “What Does Love Have to Do With It.”
Yes, flu season is here again, and it’s important to take precautions to stay healthy this fall, because the flu can leave you seriously sick for up to two weeks!
St. Francis of Assisi (think of the new pope) wrote a wonderful poem called the “Hymn of the Sun.” A verse relating to the sun states, “Be thou praised, O Lord, for all Thy creation, more especially for our brother ...
Many times in America, the president is the last person in the bureaucracy to know the truth, because there are just so many different levels in his administration.
In September, the president gave a somber, yet reassuring-sounding speech concerning the United States’ response to the Ebola virus that is currently ravaging three West African nations.