Wellness Library

  • At Work

    You spend much of your weekday on the job. Find tips here on how to make the most of your opportunities at work.

  • Behavior

    Your mental health is just as important as your physical health. Stress and anxiety can have long-term effects on your well-being.

  • Dental

    Good dental health depends on regular checkups with your dentist and daily oral hygiene at home.

  • Diseases & Conditions

    Do you need information on heart disease? Cancer? Asthma? The common cold? Look here for those and many other conditions.

  • Fitness

    Regular exercise is essential to good health. What"s your preference—walking, biking, swimming, or a fitness class? Find out why it"s time to get moving.

  • Injuries & Emergencies

    How do you treat a burn or a bee sting? When should a doctor see a sprain or a strain? Do you know what to do if a loved one collapses?

  • Nutrition

    You can improve your diet with simple changes: Add more fruits and vegetables to your menus, switch to low-fat milk, choose whole grains.

  • Parenting

    Whether you"re the parent of a newborn or a teenager, you"ll find advice and guidance on a range of child development and health topics.

  • Prevention

    Screening tests and immunizations are two important ways to prevent illness and catch health problems when they are easier to treat.

  • Safety

    Many injuries can be avoided by taking preventive steps at home, on the road, and when you're at play.

  • Today's Medicine

    Be an active patient—be a partner with your doctor in your health care. Keep your medical appointments and plan ahead to make the most of those visits.

  • Weight Control

    The central idea in weight management is to balance the amount of food you eat with your level of daily physical activity.

  • Your Body

    From your head to your feet and everything in between, here is a closer look at the human anatomy and its wondrous workings.

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