Article - 3 Minute Read
September 19, 2014
Stress can take a toll on your brain, affecting your daily life. Learn about the effects chronic stress can have on your brain and ways to prevent them.
Medically Reviewed by Neurosurgery
Categorized as: Living and Wellness, Neurosurgery and Brain Health
Tagged with: brain, brain cells, chronic stress, de-stress, depression, diet, hippocampus, sleep, sleep apnea, sleep disorders, stress
June 24, 2014
Most stomach pains are usually harmless, but some can lead to serious medical issues. Learn more stomach pains and what to watch out for.
Medically Reviewed by Digestive Disorders
Categorized as: Family Health, Health Topics A-Z, Living and Wellness
Tagged with: abdominal pain, bowels, diarrhea, flu, gas, gastroenterologist, heartburn, indigestion, stomach pain, stress, vomiting
Article - 2 Minute Read
March 19, 2014
Spring means it's time to get back into healthy routines. Learn some tips about how to rejuvenate your health for the spring time.
Medically Reviewed by Urgent Care
Categorized as: Living and Wellness
Tagged with: cleaning, exercise, Health, junk food, seasonal produce, stress
Article - 1 Minute Read
February 8, 2014
Heart disease is a leading cause of death for men and women. Learn about ways to keep a healthy heart through diet, exercise, and more.
Medically Reviewed by Heart and Vascular Institute
Categorized as: Heart and Vascular Health
Tagged with: blood pressure, diet, exercise, Health, heart, heart attack, heart disease, heart failure, quit smoking, risk, stress
February 5, 2014
Facing cancer can cause stress for many. Read this selection of tips designed to help cancer patients de-stress during their everyday lives.
Medically Reviewed by UPMC Hillman Cancer Center
Categorized as: Cancer Care
Tagged with: Biobehavioral Medicine, cancer, Ellen Beckjord PhD MPH, stress
December 9, 2013
Read this article to learn how you can maintain healthy sleep habits and avoid sleep deprivation altogether during the holiday season.
Medically Reviewed by Sleep Medicine
Tagged with: cold and flu season, Division of Sleep Surgery, holiday season, immune system, lack of sleep, Ryan Soose MD, stress