Most of us don’t really think about breathing, but it’s always on the minds of about 50 million people with allergies and 23 million people with asthma when spring arrives in Georgia.
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Some came to run, others to walk. Many arrived to cheer. But it was clear that everyone involved in the Kick Butts 5K in Holly Springs, Georgia last Saturday was there to win the race against tobacco-related illness.
April is Alcoholism Awareness Month and it marks the 29th year of improving and saving lives through prevention, treatment and recovery for the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD).
When it comes to well-vetted recipes, Epicurious’ free app offers the best of the best with recipes from Bon Appetit, Gourmet, and star chefs from around the world.
From coping with breastfeeding controversies to understanding why babies refuse to "latch," attendees of The Ultimate Breastfeeding Conference recently held in Dalton gained new perspectives on how to help mothers and babies succeed with breastfeeding.
The Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) is proud to introduce the new and improved Public Health Information Library (PHIL) website.
The world is your gym. Human is an all-day activity tracker that inspires you to move 30 minutes or more, every day. It runs on all your favorite devices without the need of extra hardware.
Want to know if good health and quality of life are in your future? No need to call a psychic or have your palm read; simply consult your nearest registered dietitian (RD) to discuss your eating pattern.
It was not long ago when Georgians’ top weather concern was ice, snow and cold temperatures.
One in 68 children has a diagnosis of autism nationally, with a Georgia rate of 1 in 64.