Becoming an active, informed participant in your own health is a great first step to prevent disability and steer clear of bad advice.
Before making such a momentous decision, you take some time to think about issues regarding work, finances, insurance, and pregnancy.
Of course there is no way to completely prepare for the complex, often daunting role of caring for a loved one, but there is support and help for caregivers available.
Let’s have a look at some of the most common types of depressive disorders, along with some resources that may be of use for you or someone you love.
What about occupational therapy programs? What do occupational therapists do, and what services do they provide?
Genetic screening is readily available in today’s world. It’s not particularly expensive in most cases. But should you do it? Depends on who you ask.
As a refresher for employers, mothers-to-be, or potential future moms, here are some of the main laws regarding pregnancy discrimination in the workplace.
While there is not a vaccine or treatment to cure the illness, Zika virus prevention is possible by avoiding mosquitoes. Learn more
Did you know the number one cause of disability are musculoskeletal issues? Here we look at how disability insurance can help you protect your finances in case something happens to you.
Many of us start the year with a(nother) resolution to focus on our health but how do you achieve it? Believe it or not, you may achieve wellness goals from work. Find some tips here.