Ready or not, the holiday season is upon us! Whether you’re host or guest, traveling or celebrating at home, Dr. Mia Finkelston offers tips for reducing stress and staying healthy.
It’s another COVID-19 flu season. How can you protect yourself, how can you tell if it’s flu or COVID-19, and what should you do if you get sick? Here are five tips that can help.
If your child is sneezing and sniffling and has a runny nose, it could be seasonal allergies or it could be a cold. How can you tell the difference – and what can you do to help your child get relief?
The shorter (and darker) days of the year can sometimes feel tough to manage. In many areas of the country, winter also brings colder temperatures — with or without snow. Here are some tips to help you through the season.
Summer is a great season for outdoor activities but it’s also the time of year when people are more prone to get things like poison ivy, sunburn, sun poisoning, chiggers and ticks. Prepare yourself for playing, reading and even picnicking in the backyard by learning about rashes and bites to watch out for.
Did you know? Allergies are one of the leading chronic illnesses in the United States and affect about 50 million people each year. Here are some quick tips for allergy relief.
Short days, long nights, holiday stress and cabin fever can add up to a strong dose of the winter blues. So what can you do to manage feeling down? During the winter months, many people feel more sluggish and sad — and even more anxious and…
Wondering if you could get the flu from a flu shot? Or if you could get the flu even if you’ve had a shot? You’re not alone. With so much information – and misinformation – out there it’s worth reading up so you can spot common myths and…
Fall brings beautiful foliage and cooler temps. But for seasonal allergy sufferers, it also triggers sneezing, stuffy noses and watery eyes. What are some key things to keep in mind about fall allergies? And how do you know if you’re dealing with allergies vs. a cold? Dr. Mia Finkelston –…
Whether your children are headed back to school in classrooms, online or a combination of the two, you may be wondering how you can best keep them healthy this school year. While your family can’t prevent all illnesses, good hand-washing hygiene and a few other simple health tips can help.