Tom Wrixton has Parkinson’s disease, but for one hour a week, the reflection in the gym mirror is one of a boxer: punching, jabbing and dancing with ease and grace.
If you wait until you’re thirsty, it’s too late.
Kimberly Paul likes nothing better than a good story.
For most of his life, Mark Schnuck has had nosebleeds. Some have been minor, others severe, but they have just been something the Pleasant Prairie man says he has come to live with.
There’s been progress. But more work — much more work — still needs to be done.
Chris Spears takes a stand for fighting cancer in the best way she knows: by making and selling plant stands.
Dear Abby: I have a concern as a grandmother about our youngest grandchild, age 10. He is addicted to video games. There has been quite a lot of publicity on how bad this can be for children.
Cancer of the pancreas accounts for fewer cases than other cancers in the U.S. today, but it is proportionately more deadly.
Question: Recently I was out in the backyard for about 15 minutes with my grandkids. I ended up with two large, swollen bites that itched and kept me awake for a couple of nights. No one else out there was bitten.
While Sunday mornings are often days to start out slowly, here’s a novel concept:
When you go to your doctor for a procedure, say an endoscopy or colonoscopy, it’s good to know that the doc is technically proficient.
Did you know that women are 100 percent more likely to visit the doctor for annual examinations and preventive services than men, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention? That discrepancy may be part of the reason men die at higher rates than women from nine of the t…
Living a happy life isn’t easy.
Happiness and mental well-being have been top of mind at the Aging and Disability Resource Center since 2012.
Being alert and sensitive to one’s surroundings is usually good thing. But for some, it can be a detriment.
For Cynthia Howard, some days it’s hard to stand for 30 minutes to make dinner, but this Saturday, she’s going to be moving mountains.
Although it snowed 10 days ago, plants are bravely sending out buds for leaves and flowers. While colorful — and hope inspiring — this means that those who suffer from spring allergies are getting ready for nature’s next round of pollen-induced misery.
For Dr. Mary Eldridge, the motivating factor for bringing Walk with a Doc to Kenosha was learning about the benefits of exercise as outlined in the newly released second edition of the Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans. The guidelines suggest that for optimal health, children and ad…
Every morning at home, Dr. Mary Eldridge starts her day with mindful meditation.
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