Protect Yourself from Carbon Monoxide Poisoning This Winter

By Lindell Weaver MD

As the cooler weather approaches and winter’s chilly days and nights loom, more people are turning on their furnace for the first time. With that change, hospitals usually see an increase in the number of people who are poisoned by carbon monoxide due to faulty furnaces, using equipment or engines indoors, or limiting outside ventilation.  

How can I eat healthier at home?

By Kary Woodruff

As a dietitian I get asked a lot of questions about what people should eat or not eat. I often get asked about certain fad diets to know if they really work. With National Eating Healthy Day tomorrow (Nov. 5, 2014), I wanted to take a few minutes and provide answers to the five most common questions I get asked by patients, friends and family.