Showing of 9 results
Many children have a fear of needles. Learn how to ease your child’s anxiety.
A newly approved shingles vaccines is more than 90 percent effective at warding off shingles. Is it right for you?
HPV is an umbrella term for more than 150 strains of related viruses, most of which are benign. But in some cases HPV infections can lead to genital warts and certain cancers in women.
People are living longer and longer. Some seniors carry their healthy habits over from their earlier years. Other older adults find this a great time to start new healthy habits.
The human papillomavirus (HPV) is more than just a sexually transmitted disease (STD). HPV can greatly increase your risk of developing certain kinds of cancer, Learn how to know if you have HPV and what to do if you have the virus.
Prompted by recent research, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued new guidelines for human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccines. If you're a parent, find out what vaccine your child needs and when.
Shingles is not usually fatal, but the pain from the shingles rash can be long-lasting. Find out why you should consider the shingles vaccine.
Scientific research has proven that childhood vaccines are safe and effective at preventing diseases. Learn how vaccinations can keep your children -- and your community -- free from serious illness.