When your cholesterol numbers aren’t what they should be, your risk rises for several serious health conditions. But is high cholesterol caused only by the foods you eat, or are other factors involved? Here’s what you need to know.
Since hypertension, or chronic high blood pressure, doesn’t cause noticeable symptoms, many people wonder if it’s a serious medical condition. The truth is hypertension can spell trouble for your health. Here’s what you need to know.
Fall is almost here, and for many Americans, this means the start of another allergy season. If you're struggling with allergies, keep reading to learn what could be triggering your symptoms and how we can help you find relief.
The new school year is almost here. With the cooler temperatures of fall comes the start of this year’s flu season. Keep reading to learn how you can protect yourself and others from this common viral infection.
More than 34 million Americans have been diagnosed with diabetes, with about 95% having Type 2 diabetes. While anyone can get Type 2 diabetes, certain factors can increase your risk of developing it. Here’s what you need to know.
If you’re among the millions of Americans with Type 2 diabetes, knowing your A1C is a key step in managing your condition. If it’s high, it’s time to make some important changes. Here’s what you need to know.
Hypertension, or chronic high blood pressure, doesn’t cause noticeable symptoms. But that doesn’t mean it’s harmless. Take a moment to learn about hypertension and why it can spell trouble for your health.
If you’re worried about your weight, you’re not alone. Millions of Americans are concerned, and for good reason. Being overweight or obese negatively impacts your health. Learn what you need to know about weight and how to get it under control.
Both Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes affect your ability to turn glucose into fuel for your body. However, there are key differences between them that impact how your diabetes is treated. Use this guide to understand them.
Are you suffering from the frustrating symptoms of allergies but aren’t sure what exactly is making you sick? Take a moment to learn about the most common types of allergies and the treatments that are available.
If you have allergies, you know the negative impact they can have on your quality of life. Learn what you need to know about allergies and the different treatment options that are available, so you can find relief from your symptoms.
Did you know your cholesterol numbers are one of the most important factors used in evaluating your risk for heart disease? Learn how cholesterol is measured, what the numbers mean, and what you can do if your cholesterol levels don’t measure up.
This year with COVID-19, it’s more important than ever to understand the symptoms of the flu. Keep reading to learn what signifies the flu and when your symptoms could indicate another viral infection.
Do you struggle with recurring sinus infections? If so, you’re not alone. Millions of Americans do. Read on to learn what can cause recurring or long-lasting sinus infections and what you can do about it.
You didn’t have allergies as a child, but now you’re wondering if your runny nose and itchy eyes could be allergies. Allergies can develop any time, so they could be what’s making you sick. Learn what you need to know about adult-onset allergies.
Summer is almost over, and with the return of cooler temperatures comes the inevitable flu season. And while there’s no cure for the flu, one thing can help you recover quicker: rest. Read on to learn why.
If you have chronic high blood pressure, it’s important to take steps to lower your numbers so you can help prevent heart and overall health trouble. The good news is that simple lifestyle changes can help. Read on to learn more.
Sexual intercourse can be many things, but pain-inducing shouldn’t be one of them. Yet many women experience pain with sex at some point. If you’re experiencing sexual pain, read on to learn about the most common causes.
Are you suffering from a sinus infection and can’t get to the doctor? Don’t worry. There are things you can do at home to care for a sinus infection. Read on to learn about identifying and treating sinus infections.
Are you tired of trying different pills, nasal sprays, and other things that don’t fully relieve you of your allergies? Allergy testing can help identify what’s making you sick and provide valuable insights for treatment. Read on to learn more.
You’ve probably heard that keeping your cholesterol low is important when it comes to preventing heart disease. But not all cholesterol is created equal. Read on to learn the difference between “good” and “bad” cholesterol.
Are you struggling with high cholesterol? While medication is always available to help manage your cholesterol, there are alternatives to medication. There are simple lifestyle changes you can use to reduce your cholesterol and enjoy good health.
It’s difficult to put on a smile when you lack confidence due to sun damage, wrinkles and fine lines, or visible facial veins. ThreeForMe™ can deliver a look that’s a reflection of how vibrant you are on the inside! Keep reading to learn more.
Do you suffer from cellulite on your thighs? Do you wear long skirts and pants and skip the pool or the beach because you worry about the appearance of your thighs, hips, and buttocks? There’s a solution.
Even though it’s more common than you think — in both men and women — sexual dysfunction can be an embarrassing topic to bring up with your doctor. You should know there are things you can do and treatments available to restore your sexual function.
If you’re curious about platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy, you’re probably wondering what makes it so beneficial. Allow us to demystify the process, so you can decide if this regenerative medicine treatment right for you.
Do you know your blood pressure? Do you know if the numbers mean you’re at risk of developing heart disease or other serious health conditions? Understand what the numbers mean in your blood pressure range so you can take action for a healthier life.
It's easy to ignore diabetes if you aren’t overweight or obese. But, of the 30 million American men and women with diabetes, 12% are a healthy weight. That’s because other factors affect your blood sugar, and they put healthy people at risk, too.
Hypertension has grown into one of the leading fatal conditions, increasing by about 11 percent in the last decade. Yet despite its seriousness, it has few symptoms before it reaches later stages. Here’s what to look for.
It’s often easier to decide to lose weight than it is to stick with a weight-loss program until you reach your goal. But there are things you can do to help keep your weight-loss goals on track and the scale moving in the right direction.