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The Multiple Symptoms Of Multiple Sclerosis

The Multiple Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis

Feb 26, 2019

According to the Multiple Sclerosis Society, MS affects 2.3 million people around the world. While the exact cause of this condition is still unknown, scientists are hard at work trying to determine why it happens and how to cure it. Read on as we share the basics of MS. What Is MS? Multiple...

General Health & Wellness
Chronic Pain
What You Should Know About Colorectal Cancer

What You Should Know About Colorectal Cancer

Feb 25, 2019

The American Cancer Society estimates there will be about 145,000 new cases of colorectal cancer in the U.S. this year. While it’s one of the most common cancers, early detection through screenings and groundbreaking research has led to more people surviving a diagnosis of colorectal cancer than...

General Health & Wellness
Digestive Health

Maturewell Cooking Safety For Seniors

Jan 30, 2019

Did you know adults over the age of 65 have a higher risk of injury in the kitchen due to various conditions that come with age? Or that older adults have thinner skin that burns more easily than younger skin? Fortunately, there are a few things you can do to keep yourself safe in the kitchen, and...

Healthy Aging
Diet & Fitness
In A Heartbeat Heart Attack First Aid

In a Heartbeat: Heart Attack First Aid

Jan 28, 2019

Do you know how to recognize the symptoms of a heart attack? You probably know to call 911, but do you know what to do next? Be prepared at a moment’s notice by learning how to spot the symptoms and administer first aid. Spot the Symptoms The most common warning sign of a heart attack is a sharp...

General Health & Wellness
Cardiovascular Care
A Womans Guide To Heart Health

A Woman's Guide to Heart Health

Jan 25, 2019

In America, 1 out of every 3 deaths in women is caused by cardiovascular disease, making it the number one cause of death for this demographic. Lower your risk of heart disease by committing to follow these steps. Eat Your Heart Out A balanced diet is essential for maintaining your heart health....

General Health & Wellness
Cardiovascular Care
Women's Health
From The Heart Your Guide To Blood Donation

From the Heart: Your Guide to Blood Donation

Jan 22, 2019

Donating blood, for those who haven’t done it before, can seem intimidating. But once you know what to expect, it’s easier to get involved. We’re sharing the basics and benefits of blood donation so you can have the confidence to give to others. What Happens During a Blood Donation? First, you...

General Health & Wellness
Cardiovascular Care
No Chill Common Winter Sports Injuries

No Chill: Common Winter Sports Injuries

Jan 10, 2019

The snow might not be falling, but those winter sports are still calling! Whether your cup of tea is dashing down Mt. Aggie or ice skating at the rink, it’s important to keep your safety in mind. Learn about some common winter sports injuries and take the precautions to avoid them. Fractures,...

General Health & Wellness
Orthopedics & Sports Medicine
Diet & Fitness
4 Steps That Reduce Your Childs Risk Of A Birth Defect

4 Steps That Reduce Your Child's Risk of a Birth Defect

Jan 08, 2019

Making proactive decisions about your health during your pregnancy isn’t just essential for your well-being; it’s also vital for the healthy development of your child. A few changes to your lifestyle can help you and your baby avoid preventable health complications. The following four steps can...

General Health & Wellness
Children's Health
Give Winter Illness The Cold Shoulder

Give Winter Illness the Cold Shoulder

Dec 21, 2018

There’s no better time for celebrating traditions than the holiday season. However, there’s one tradition you should leave off your list this year: catching a winter bug. You don’t want to be bedridden with an injury or illness while everyone else is out decking the halls and caroling to their...

General Health & Wellness
TAMU Health Network
Primary Care

6 Tips to Make the Most of Your Winter Runs

Dec 04, 2018

When the temperature outside drops and the sun goes down earlier, it can be tempting to skip a running session every now and then. But don’t let the weather put a damper on your routine. The following tips will help you have a safe and—dare we say—enjoyable run in the cold, winter months. 1. Light...

General Health & Wellness
Diet & Fitness
Healthy Aging
Orthopedics & Sports Medicine
Resolutions - Body