The sciatic nerve has a lot of nerve. It is, in fact, the largest and longest nerve in the body.
Having too much bad cholesterol may result in excess cholesterol deposits in your arteries which may put you at risk of heart attack and stroke. Talk to your doctor to learn more about the meaning and importance of your cholesterol numbers.
Cancer has been the second-leading cause of death in Alabama since 1966, and Alabama has the fifth-highest cancer rate in all the U.S., according to the Alabama Department of Public Health.
People never think about all the different ways they move in space. But the truth is our bodies move in several different planes of motion. A well-rounded workout has us moving through all these planes.
“I never asked God, ‘Why me?’ because it was part of my journey. It was part of my valley, and when we are in the valley, we grow. Your faith just becomes so much stronger,” Jones said.
I am a homebody who loves to travel. Because of COVID-19, I have been staying home much more than normal, and I really don’t mind. Although, we have postponed a bucket list trip twice due to COVID. This, I really do mind.
It looks like we’ll be wearing face masks for a while, but it’s still taking some getting used to. Who else has forgotten they had a mask on when trying to eat an ice cream cone? Or almost passed out from inhaling their own coffee breath? Here are some tips for dealing with this year’s must-…
Dr. Mohamad Eloubeidi is a physician specializing in gastroenterology and hepatology who also serves on the Regional Medical Center Foundation Board. Dr. Eloubeidi attended undergraduate school and medical school at the American University of Beirut. His residency in medicine and gastroenter…
Are you leaving your house to be in a public place where you will encounter other people? Then you should wear a face mask in order to keep your germs to yourself and help slow the spread of COVID-19. The basics of wearing a face mask, from the Centers for Disease Control:
I have some not-so-surprising news to share with you during this pandemic. Exercise will save you from your grumpy, anxious and moody mood. Yes, it will.
If you have ever wanted to grow your own vegetables but don’t have the space, maybe it is time to try container gardening, especially during this trying time! Maybe a project such as this will keep you sane in our new normal world of COVID-19.
In a growing pandemic that threatens global health, the worry about the unknown, upended routines and economic concerns can significantly impact people’s mental health. But there are simple ways to help yourself cope.