Most Common Women’s Health Concerns

Women are complex individuals. In addition to bearing children, caring for families, having successful careers, competing in sports, and the thousands of other activities women do, their health concerns are complex as well. 

May 12-18 is National Women’s Health Week, and every year millions of women start or continue the journey to improved health. The week was designed to remind ladies to build healthy habits for life and make their own health a priority. More...

How Stress Affects Your Overall Health

In June 2015, Vivian Sloan, 39, had a major life change. For more than a month, she was exhausted, cried extensively, and barely ate. 

“Even after the worst of it passed, life was still one problem after another,” Sloan said.  “More symptoms emerged over the next three years. I had chronic stress due to all the ongoing life changes and difficulties. After I got through all that and my life settled down, my physical health became worse. Anxiety and depression went up. Dealing with anything, even small tasks, felt like confronting a huge crisis. The fatigue was horrible and intense, lasting for days, and my stomach pain worsened.” More...