Enhancing quality of life for older adults doesn't require complex solutions. Promoting these practices can help seniors enjoy life as they age gracefully.
Keeping activity going, even for a short period, can significantly improve the health of any person.
National Donate Life Month was established in 2003 to raise awareness about donations, encourage people to register as donors and recognize those that have saved lives through donations.
This week in April, we honor the hard work of everyone involved in integrated respiratory care, including registered nurses, caregivers, breathing specialists, pulmonary therapists, and other healthcare professionals.
This year, World Health Day is an opportunity to review past public health successes, especially those that improved generations' quality of life during the last 75 years.
The first week of April is proclaimed National Public Health Week to improve the nation's overall health. It focuses on prevention, awareness, and education to ensure the conditions in which people can be and stay healthy.
February 14th is National Donor Day. Today we raise awareness about organ donation. More than 120,000 Americans are waiting for an organ donation that saves their lives.
Cervical cancer was once a primary cause of cancer death for women in the United States. Nowadays, screening and prevention have significantly reduced the impact of cervical cancer.