The total eclipse last summer was big news around the country and with our readers. Here are the top 10 health and wellness stories/blog posts on FranciscanHealth.org from 2017 which generated the most "buzz":
The August 21 solar eclipse will be a great spectacle to eyewitness, and viewing the eclipse without damaging your eyesight takes a simple step.
IBS is more common than you think, especially in women under age 45. In fact, one in 10 people have IBS symptoms, but only half have been diagnosed with the disorder. Could you be one of them?
Freezing fruits and vegetables is an easy way to not only take advantage of great produce at great prices but also keep a little summer in your meals all year long.
We all know that eating more vegetables is good for us. Here are some ways to get to the recommended 5 servings a day.
You may have heard "Know your numbers" when it comes to heart disease. But now there's a new number to know.
You and your family can adopt some new traditions that may help ease the season's stress and make your holidays healthy and happy.
We talked to a Franciscan Physician Network pulmonologist about who is most at risk for lung cancer, and why annual lung screenings are the best way to protect yourself.
You might guess breast, lung or prostate cancer is the most common cancer in the U.S., but it turns out that skin cancer is the hands-down winner. The upshot: It's also one of the easiest cancers to prevent.
You can be part of the cervical cancer success story. Follow these three steps, and you can nearly prevent cervical cancer.
Knee osteoarthritis (arthritis of the knee) is very common – 14 million Americans have the condition – but that doesn"t mean you have to live with it.