Cold weather doesn’t stop fearless runners from hitting the trails. Dr. Jeffrey Frye offers tips on how to run in harsh winter weather – safely – in this article from MyFitnessPal.
Talk about heartwarming! Thank you, Kim, for sharing your experience and raising awareness for heart health. We’re truly honored to be part of your story. ❤️
This Valentine's Day, Kim Nixon is thankful to be with her husband and son. Just a few years ago, she felt what she described as a "fleeting heavy feeling" in h...er chest. After her sister-in-law insisted she get checked at a local clinic, Kim discovered it was no chest cold; she needed quintuple bypass surgery.
Can’t shake the itch at the back of your throat? You may be coming down with the flu. Here are 4 early signs to watch for.
If you’re skiing at high elevations this winter, you may be more susceptible to dehydration. Dr. Dheeraj Taranath, MedExpress, weighs in on how dehydration can sneak up on you. http://bit.ly/2nr7XAc
Who runs the world? Girls.
From Pittsburgh to Jacksonville, to Chicago to Minneapolis, and everywhere in between, MedExpress is a proud supporter of Girls on the Run International. Committed to enhancing the health and wellness of the communities we serve, we feel honored to have helped nearly 40,000 girls on their journey to be confident, healthy and active. ❤️
#DYK that colder temps don’t actually make you sick? Dr. Richard Boone, MedExpress, explains that this time of year you’re actually more likely to catch a cold indoors when you’re around others who are coughing and sneezing. Read the article from WINK News: http://bit.ly/2E7XTno
Whether you grabbed a pan without a pot holder or brushed your neck with a curling iron, burns happen. This Burns Awareness Week, learn more about burn treatment and how MedExpress can help. http://bit.ly/2GxNEd5
You know that warm, fuzzy feeling you get when you do something nice for someone? Do more of that. And while you’re at it, here are 7 other ways you can boost your mood this winter. http://bit.ly/2FGxayL