Personal Health

The Facts (and Myths) About How You Really Get Lyme Disease

Now that winter has transitioned to spring and temperatures are warming up in much of the country, you’re likely to start hearing a lot about Lyme disease. Rates of this tick-borne illness have been rising steadily in the United States over the last two decades, with most infections happening in April through October. According to […]

Health News

How to spice up your spring salad

(HealthDay)—You already know that iceberg lettuce is low on taste and nutrients, but even the best greens can use a punch of flavor to keep your taste buds interested. Here are two ways to enjoy spring greens. Peppery arugula is full of flavor and super low in calories, and it makes a great base for […]

Kids Health

Here's How to Make Baby Mealtime — & Cleanup — a Breeze

Sifting through the best high chairs on the market can be as challenging as convincing your picky toddler to gobble up all of her broccoli purees. But, just as introducing leafy greens into a baby’s diet is vital for her growth, finding the right high chair is critical for childhood development, says early childhood specialist […]