To Grandmother’s House We Go: Keeping Holidays Safe for Kids
Thanksgiving marks the beginning of gatherings highlighted by family, friends, and feasts. With so many loved ones milling about, it’s not uncommon for the littlest guests to sneak off and find their way into trouble. Pediatrician Dr. Anne Brayer offers steps for keeping kids safe in various settings.
There’s nothing like a new year to get a fresh start. In this video, UR Medicine experts share a few small changes that can make a big difference in your health.
12/18/2014 | 0 comments
We waited all year for the holiday season to come 'round, but is it becoming a bit too much? Does the prep sap your energy, dominating the lead-up to the celebration? What if, rather than focusing on the “big finish” or making a future moment perfect, we slowed down and made a point of enjoying the season? Health and lifestyle counselor Linda Potter offers advice for handling the holiday hubbub.
12/5/2014 | 0 comments
Mother Nature started this winter season off with a powerful punch that hit our neighbors to the west hard. Although beautiful to look at from the comfort of your living room, winter storms possess a dark side that contrasts the beauty of that frosty whiteness. Six people already have died as a result of the weather, three of them from weather-related heart attacks after shoveling heavy snow.
11/20/2014 | 0 comments
Aches. Pains. Fever. When they strike, we may head to our medicine cabinets for relief. UR Medicine Primary Care physician Alex Fahoury, M.D., explains the differences between popular over-the-counter pain relievers and how to navigate the drug store aisle to find the best medicine for what ails you.
11/19/2014 | 0 comments
Here’s a grim truth for sweets-lovers: Nobody needs added sugar. On top of that, the substance may even be harming your health. UR Medicine registered dietitian Lisa Fischer arms you with the facts so you'll be ready the next time that brownie stares you down.
11/17/2014 | 5 comments