The constant news coverage of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in Arizona and the United States raises many questions and causes anxiety for the public.
While this situation is still unfolding, we in Arizona and at Valleywise Health are prepared as we can be to handle an outbreak. At this time, it’s important to take precautions and make certain that there is access to accurate information.
Mercury poisoning can be extremely serious – make sure you know the signs of poisoning and how to avoid it.
The symptoms of a heart attack can be very different for men and women. Learn the signs to look out for and how to prevent an attack before it happens.
The unpleasant and familiar burn of acid reflux doesn’t have to be a life sentence. Here are ways to manage your acid reflux so that it never catches you off guard again.
The thyroid is a small part of your body, but it plays a major role in your health. Learn more about the symptoms of hypothyroidism and how it’s treated.
If you’ve begun to notice an abnormal amount of swelling in your legs and ankles, you may want to schedule an appointment with your primary care physician. Swollen legs and ankles along with red blotchy skin can occur for a variety of reasons, but several may require examination and treatment.
Is your cough something to worry about? Everyone picks up a cough from time to time, but when that cough lingers on for more than two weeks, alarm bells may start sounding in your head. Here’s how to know what your persistent cough could be mean.
Physicals are a chance for your primary care physician to give your body its regular check-up, checking for any abnormalities or areas of concern and answering any questions you may have.
Saturated fats have a bad reputation. Why is that? We’ll look at what saturated fat is, what kinds of foods have it and why you should keep your consumption to a minimum.