Gather round the table; we have the tips, tricks, dos and don’ts when it comes to a safe and sanitary kitchen

Many are turning to aromatherapy for relaxation and healing, but is it as effective as they say? The experts weigh in.

Everyone has stress in their lives—there's no avoiding it. But you can learn to keep it from interfering with your health.

It’s often said that we are what we eat, but most of us never stop to consider how this truism extends well beyond our waking hours. Does what we eat affect our sleep? Does our sleep affect what we eat? The answer is an emphatic “yes” on both counts, according to registered dietitian Sara McQueen, of Grove City Medical Center.

From calming scents to soft fabrics, cool temperature to white noise, adjust your environment to get the best sleep.

In today’s social media-driven world, it’s easier than ever to connect with others. And these connections are rapidly changing and expanding fundraising success.

Learn about the health benefits of spicing up your food, and get zingy recipes that will delight your palate.

It can be tough to make it through winter, see how Thompson Health’s associate wellness coordinator Randy Jacque and nurse Tina Culver say you can tolerate the cold, and even enjoy the frosty months.

Dr. Tim Cline, senior director of training and clinical development for the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Health Plan, says the jury is still out on just about every question surrounding the effects of e-cigarettes.

If your idea of fish is limited to the Friday night fish fry in a church social hall, it’s time to cast your net a little wider.