Treating Back Pain

By Lance Madigan

Back pain is the second most common reason people visit their doctor. Actually, over eighty percent of people will suffer from this condition at some point in their lives.  The good news is that most back pain is temporary and rarely caused by damage to your spine or another serious condition.  In most cases, individuals recover quickly on their own – at least to the point they can return to normal daily activities.

Need a Workout Buddy? The Benefits of Recruiting Your Spouse

By Brooke Heath
Need a Workout Buddy? The Benefits of Recruiting Your Spouse!

For many couples, juggling work, kids, and other responsibilities can sometimes leave you forced to choose between going on a date and going to the gym. Why not combine the two for a workout date? True, it’s not a romantic, candle-light dinner, but swapping out your favorite restaurant for the gym can have real, long-term benefits for both you and your partner.

Staying Safe this July 4th: The Dos and Don'ts of Fireworks

By Jason M. Carlton, APR

July brings meaning to the lines from our national anthem, "...and the rocket's red glare, the bombs bursting in air." But watch out: The small-scale rockets and bombs that will be launched around the Fourth of July and Pioneer Day can result in injuries, burns, and a trip to the ER.

How Many Miles Since Your Last Marriage Tune Up

By Janet Frank
How Many Miles Since Your Last Marriage Tune-Up?

Women often hear men talk about having the oil changed in the car or adjusting the carburetor on a motorcycle to make sure they’re running right. However, wives may not hear their husbands talk about tuning up their marriages or scheduling time together to make sure their marriage is firing on all cylinders. Imagine the possibilities if they did.

Intermountain Partnership Announced by VP Joe Biden

By Brad Gillman

Vice President Joe Biden announced additional commitments the Oncology Precision Network (OPeN) at the Cancer Moonshot Summit in Washington D.C. at Howard University. OPeN – a data sharing network – is a joint effort with Intermountain Healthcare, Providence Health & Services, Stanford Cancer Institute and Syapse to advance cancer care through sharing patient’s genomic data. This database can be used to increase clinical trial access and bring the most promising treatment options to the patient.

How Firm a Foundation: Confronting ED

By Landon Hallman
Confronting Erectile Dysfunction (ED): Steps to Help

Erectile dysfunction (ED) rates in men are on the rise. Or would they technically be on the decline? You be the judge. Either way, this can be a hard – er, difficult – condition to talk about, as ED problems can come in many shapes and sizes. OK, now that the obligatory puns are out of the way, men need to take signs of ED seriously. According to HealthGrades, as many as 30 million men in the U.S. experience ED.