World AIDS Day: Remembering the past, looking to the future
“My name is Ryan White. I am sixteen years old. I have hemophilia, and I have AIDS.” Each year on December 1, the world unites to observe World AIDS Day and to remember Ryan and all the others lost to HIV and AIDS.
Back to school: The ABC's of strength and conditioning
As our youngsters head back to school, how we think about progressing in education is how we should think about progressing strength training and injury prevention efforts for young athletes.
Vaping is becoming more popular, but beware of its dangers
Though the smoking trend seems far behind, vaping is on the rise more than ever. It has become popular because of its many flavors and sleek designs that are easy to take on the go and to hide.
Understand the importance of water safety and keep children safe
On hot, sunny summer days, nothing feels more relaxing than sitting out by a cool pool or taking a weekend trip to the lake. Take extra precautions with children, especially those who can't swim.
Are you at risk for a fall in your home?
A National Safety Council report on unintentional injuries shows that falls are the leading cause of injury-related death for adults age 65 and older.
Celebrate safely this Fourth of July
LMH Health does not want to see you in our Emergency Department this Independence Day with firework-related injuries, so it’s important to celebrate responsibly.
Loneliness can be a major issue for aging population, but it doesn’t have to be
The Golden Years — those years after retirement when a person is supposed to be enjoying life — aren’t always so golden. But they don’t have to stay that way.
Best way to get moving? Start walking
Many of us need to get in shape, but how do you start? One of the most time-effective, low-cost ways to get moving is to begin a walking program.
Are you drinking enough water?
There's a lot of confusing advice out there about how much water you really need to drink. Here are some facts you need to know.
It’s important to be flexible
Better flexibility decreases your risk for injury and allows your body to move more efficiently.