Labor Day means most schools are back in session next week, so this is your final chance to make sure the students in your life are up to date on their vaccinations before they start. [...]
For most parents, sending their child off to college fills them with a mixture of pride and worry – how will they do without you right by their side? A good place to start is to pack the student a well-stocked first-aid kit.
While part of summer is making memories at local lakes and ponds, swimming holes and pools, making sure the memories are good ones means putting safety first. [...]
One of the best things a woman thinking about getting pregnant can do for her and her future baby is also one of the simplest – start taking a prenatal vitamin. But what should you be looking for in your prenatal vitamin?
Next to parents, one of the strongest influences in a child’s development is their relationship with a brother or sister. How to navigate that sometimes-rocky relationship can be a challenge. [...]
The New York State Department of Health recently awarded St. Peter’s Health Partners and Capital Roots two grants to work collaboratively to advance multiple health initiatives across the Capital Region. [...]
It is estimated as many as 54 million Americans have osteoporosis and low bone mass. A good way to determine if your bones have become porous is through a bone density scan. But what test is best, and where should you go? LiveSmart takes a look.
With the arrival of the warmer weather, many people turn to their bicycles for exercise. But, before you even think about pedaling off, you need to make sure you have a bike helmet. [...]