Category: Living Well
Maintaining proper oral health matters more than just keeping a sparkling smile – it’s also important for good overall health.
That is especially true for children, as decay in baby teeth can lead to speech problems, oral infections, and damaged adult teeth, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Have an issue? Not feeling your best? Want to do something new but need motivation? No problem – everyone has been there, and will be again. The solution is to learn from others who have gone before you.
During the past few years I’ve consumed tales, notions, and interviews about chasing your best you. That may mean building the big dreams, getting healthy, achieving financial stability, or changing the way you interact with people.
Here are some of my favorites. Hope one or two of them will inspire you, as well.
Dallas County health and city officials are wasting no time jumpstarting their yearly offensive against the West Nile virus.
Health and Human Services representatives held a press conference recently to give prevention and clinical updates on the mosquito-based virus that has claimed 42 lives in Dallas since 2002 – including 20 in 2012.
Dallas County Health and Human Services is reporting a 16-year-old Dallas County resident with a high-risk health condition has died after complications from the seasonal flu.
This is the fourth pediatric death in Dallas County for the 2017-2018 flu season, bringing the total number of flu-related deaths to 83. For medical confidentiality and personal privacy reasons, DCHHS does not provide additional identifying information.
Each spring, I attend the International Home + Housewares Show in Chicago to identify trends and discover new appliances, useful kitchen gadgets, and stylish tableware destined for memorable gatherings.
For one who devotes her personal and professional life to all things HOME, attending this show is like being a kid in a candy store. I want to taste it all!
Understand your health plan coverage so you can get the most out of your plan, stay healthier, and even help save money in 2018.
Fully understanding how your health plan works not only can help reduce your out-of-pocket costs but also avoid surprise bills.
The following tips can help you get the most out of your benefits: