As human beings, it's common sense to put things that are good for us into our bodies, as well as things that make us feel good. But sometimes, those things we consume end up being harmful to our well being and health.
New York’s official health plan Marketplace, NY State of Health, announced that enrollment reached 4.7 million at close of business on December 15, the deadline for January 1, 2019 coverage.
The holiday season is wonderful time of year, filled with celebrations, loved ones, and delicious foods. Considering the many treats -- both sweet and salty -- that we consume during the holidays, it's no wonder some folks gain a couple pounds here and there.
Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and it's hard not to be excited about all the delicious foods for this day of thanks. However, for many folks who are diabetic, Thanksgiving can be difficult to enjoy due to their health and diet restrictions.
You're invited to a special event in honor of World AIDS Day!
This year, World AIDS Day is Saturday, December 1. During this day, folks unite against HIV, support those battling HIV, and commemorate those who have died from an AIDS-related illness. The theme of this year's WAD is "Breaking Through Stigma."
El día de acción de gracias y las vacaciones se acercan rápidamente, y nunca parece haber suficiente tiempo para hacer todo. Aunque el día de acción de gracias es una fiesta americana, los que celebran vienen de todos los ámbitos de la vida y las culturas.
If you celebrate Thanksgiving, then you know all about the delicious treats that come with this holiday. And, as delicious as they are, it's no secret some of these holiday dishes aren't always the healthiest.