A new research points toward an age-old but often overlooked treatment for one annual healthcare phenomenon -- the year-end holiday blues.
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With the holiday season quickly approaching, Health Canada is taking this opportunity to remind the public of simple steps they can take to choose safe electrical products and to use them safely.
Americans know very little about their families, twenty percent don't know what their grandfather did for a living.
YMCAs nationwide offer an integrated and holistic approach to health and well-being for children and parents that considers nutrition, relationships and physical activity to be a family matter.
With reports of heavy snow, sleet and freezing rain throughout parts of the country, the American Red Cross is urging families to take the following actions now to prepare for hazardous winter weather.
The holidays can be one the best times of the year, with lights and decorations lifting the spirits and many occasions to be with friends and family. However, for many, it can also be a period of stress and even sadness.
Rajnish Mago, M.D., Director, Mood Disorders Program, Jefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, offers some tips for determining if you have the blues or something more serious, and how to cope during the holiday season
Is it more than just the holiday blues?
Wall Street Journal examined efforts to provide assistance to an estimated 45 million adults in US who care for a family member with a severe or long-term illness.
How familiar are you with the health of your family tree? While the relatives are gathered for the food and festivity of the Thanksgiving holiday, taking a good look at the family health history is also time well spent.
November is Missouri Family Health History Month, and Missourians are being encouraged to record their family's health information when they gather during the holiday season.
Illinois Governor is moving forward with a proposed expansion of FamilyCare, a state program that subsidizes health care for families.
As families gather across the country this year to share holiday meals, they should share something else with each other: their family health histories.
Closing up their homes and turning on their furnaces and other heat sources people may be increasing their risk of carbon monoxide poisoning.
Students, families, and educators urged to wash their hands thoroughly and frequently, since hand-washing can prevent the spread of many infections.
Healthycanadians.gc.ca which will allow Canadians to search recalled food and children's products that are unsafe or unhealthy.
With school routines firmly in place, this is a great time to focus on healthy choices at school. In the first year of the local wellness policies mandated by the US Congress, school districts across Montana have made exciting and significant changes in nutrition and physical activity for students and staff.
March of Dimes created NICU Family Support program provides information and comfort to families of premature babies and other critically ill newborns cared for in NICUs.
WHO/Europe has been involved in the Romanian Family Health Initiative programme (RFHI) since 2001.
Conversation can be a predictor of future behavior.
Parent Panel Advisory Council to study and improve the availability of substance abuse and addiction treatment services for families and communities.
Are you looking for a way to improve your children's self-esteem, increase family unity and make sure your loved ones are getting the vitamins and nutrients they need in their diet?
After a separation or divorce the chances of marrying or cohabiting again decrease. In particular, a previous marriage or children from a previous relationship, reduce the chances of a new relationship.