June is PTSD Awareness Month, which offers a great opportunity to become educated about post-traumatic stress disorder, its symptoms and treatments.
As COVID-19 cases are decreasing and many are getting vaccinated, some of us still have some anxiety about getting back to normal. Here are a few tips for safely emerging back into the world, along with reminders to respect everyone's choices.
UF Health Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery – Jacksonville physician assistant Wendy Ashby debunks some of the most common myths about skincare.
Colon cancer is the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the U.S. It's important to know your risks and get regular screenings.
Allergic rhinitis, or allergies, can be anything from a mild annoyance which occurs seasonally to a very impactful, limiting and chronic problem. Fortunately, there are many treatment options.
The popularity of plant-based eating is growing, which may encourage you to consider it. If you're a runner, tread carefully on your journey to a revised diet.
Learn about innovative and safe pain management options presented in a virtual series by the Aging and Integrative Pain Assessment and Management Initiative (AI-PAMI).
Cardiovascular disease remains the leading cause of death in the U.S. and worldwide, and is more prominent in women. Throughout American Heart Month and beyond, staying aware and educated about the types of heart disease, risks and prevention methods can be helpful.
Staying healthy is top-of-mind for most of us, but search engines and word-of-mouth shouldn't be our primary sources of information on overall wellness. This is why a primary care physician is important to have at any age.
The COVID-19 pandemic has reshaped our lives in many ways and will continue to make an impact for the foreseeable future. With the holiday season approaching, celebrations are guaranteed to look different due to precautions we must take to help…