Primary Care

Caffeine consumption may warrant a diagnosis 
Caffeine consumption may warrant a diagnosis
Are you a self-proclaimed caffeine addict? Read the surprising results of new research.
More Americans tracking their personal health data 
More Americans tracking their personal health data
Researchers say more folks are taking the drivers seat when it comes to keeping tabs on their personal health. Read More.
Relay for Life participants walking for a cause  Featured
Relay for Life participants walking for a cause
Each year millions of people take part in the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life. Read how it empowered one woman to embrace the legacy of her mom.
Are you washing your hands correctly? 
Are you washing your hands correctly?
Study finds that just five percent of the people they observed actually wash their hands long enough to kill harmful germs.
Soccer players who frequently ‘head’ the ball may be hurting their brain 
Soccer players who frequently ‘head’ the ball may be hurting their brain
Researchers say repetitive “heading” may damage brain cells over time, study finds.
Is fluoridated drinking water safe for your family?  Featured
Is fluoridated drinking water safe for your family?
A recent controversy has put fluoridated water in the spotlight. Find out why.
Why firstborns may be at greater risk of diabetes 
Why firstborns may be at greater risk of diabetes
A surprising study shows that the oldest child in a family may be at a higher risk of developing diabetes. Find out why.