Broken heart syndrome can happen after an extremely emotional or stressful event, but can someone recover from it? Find out in this quick video from Second Opinion TV.
Whether you’re baking for the holidays or making a birthday cake, there’s a good chance your recipe calls for ingredients like butter, shortening or oil. You probably realize that those ingredients are what keep your dish flavorful and moist, however, did you know you can cut most of those ingredients in half?
Follow along as Diane Werner, RD, LD, takes you through each section of the supermarket. In these quick videos, she’ll show you what to look for and how to fill your cart with healthy choices.
I used to fill prescriptions for a family who would literally drive across town to fill their prescriptions at my pharmacy. On their 20-mile round-trip journey, they would drive past five other pharmacies that could have filled their prescriptions. Why would they drive so far out of their way for medications when they could conveniently drive a few blocks?
Stress comes in both positive and negative forms. Learning how to cope with both can make a significant impact on your health. BCBSKS disease management nurse Karen Rooney-Cuevas, CCM, CDE, CCP, explains the difference between the two and provides one way to treat them.