The Summer season is a time for fun, sunshine, and good times with family and friends. Whether you enjoy swimming at the pool or beach, grilling your favorite foods, or reenacting the scene from Baywatch (you know the one), summertime is undeniably a favorite for most people. Unfortunately, your summer may be less enjoyable and … More Ready to Have Some Fun in the Sun? Follow These Tips for a Healthy and Enjoyable Summer!
National Alcohol Awareness Month is a health awareness campaign that takes places every April with the goal of raising awareness for communities and to help understand the causes and treatment available for one of the nation’s biggest health issues. Among these goals, the initiative also aims to reduce the social stigma associated with alcoholism and … More Learn What You Can Do About Substance Abuse This Alcohol Awareness Month
Cervical cancer will effect roughly 1 in 125 American women in their lifetime. It is most commonly diagnosed in women between the ages of 35 and 44 with the average age of diagnosis being 50. However, although rare, women younger than 20 can develop cancer in their cervix as well. In fact, according to the … More Know the Warning Signs and Best Prevention Methods for Cervical Cancer
The month of February is American Heart month, a time when all people can focus on assessing their heart health and improving their lifestyle choices to help reduce their risk of developing heart disease. Sudden death due to heart attack or stoke are two of the most common causes of death in the United States … More How To Spot The Warning Signs of Heart Attack and Stroke
The debate between morning and evening workout sessions and their claimed benefits has gone on for quite some time now. Some fitness enthusiasts and experts claim exercising in the early morning is the most optimal time. Others claim evening or late-night gym sessions are the most ideal for muscle gain and fat loss. Regardless of … More Settling The Debate: AM vs. PM Workouts, Which One is More Beneficial?
As we all know, the holiday season can be a very stressful time of the year. Despite all the fun activities and cheer associated with the holidays, the majority of Americans feel overwhelmed and stressed out during the holiday season. In fact, in a study conducted by the American Psychological Association nearly a quarter of … More The Holiday Season Can Be Stressful But It Doesn’t Have To Be That Way!
The holiday season, for many around the country, brings with it delicious food, fun activities, and good memories with family. From Halloween to New Years Eve, there is always a lot of reason to celebrate around this time of year and indulge in a vast array of waistline expanding foods or sugary treats. Unfortunately, those … More Trying To Eat Healthier This Holiday Season? AMSCO Has You Covered
With the temperature dropping, days getting shorter, and the leaves changing color, it can all only mean one thing, fall is upon us. To many people the beginning of fall means dressing up in fun costumes, eating tasty seasonal treats, and picking out a good pumpkin to carve. Unfortunately, the month of October brings some … More Avoid The Flu This Busy Season: Tips For A Healthy Fall
As more and more people get vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus, there is growing concern about the number of unvaccinated people and if they should be in the same healthcare spaces as vaccinated people. Although vaccinated people are at lower risk for contracting the virus or experiencing severe symptoms, many people cannot get vaccinated such … More As Hospitalizations Increase, What Does This Mean for Unvaccinated Patients?
The COVID-19 pandemic forced all of us to make major changes to many aspects of our lives, one of the biggest changes being how we travel. Countries all over the world continue to have a hard time responding to the spread of the virus which has made traveling both risky and at times difficult. Since … More Helpful Tips to Prevent The Spread of COVID-19 While Traveling