The danger and prevalence of ADHD medication abuse. Written by Sadie George High school and college students who find themselves in the library studying often have probably seen or heard of their peers using Adderall or Ritalin without a prescription. These stimulate medications, along with others, are prescribed to treat […]

Red Cross Says Test Your Smoke Alarms When You Turn the Clocks Ahead This Weekend SALT LAKE CITY UT March 6, 2017 — Daylight Saving Time begins Sunday at 2:00 a.m. so turn the clocks ahead one hour. The American Red Cross reminds everyone it’s also a good time to […]

Healthy Magazine is continuing with its localization efforts with Healthy Houston Magazine. This new local publication will be the third such publication by Healthy Magazine. More cities across the nation are in the works. Marketing expert Rick King has been tapped as the Senior Account Executive and Marketing Director of […]

By Caitlin Schille Historically, cardiovascular problems were seen as an adult’s problem- the classic heart attack stereotype is a mid-to-older-aged businessman. However, new research is indicating that children as young as eight years old already have damage to their hearts. What is fueling this childhood heart damage? The short answer […]

Medicare Announces Plans to Give People Greater Say In How They Die The federal healthcare program Medicare, which is responsible for giving coverage to 55 million older or disabled Americans, announced their plans to reimburse doctors if they would have conversations with their older patients about how long they would […]

Shattering an age old myth about diet and bone health Written by Sydney Cobb Calcium has long been heralded as a champion of healthy bones, especially for the elderly. Recent studies shed some light on the correlations between calcium intake and bone fractures, and the results are unexpected. Surprisingly, calcium […]