Individual Health Guides

  • smiling children
    From infancy to their teens, children’s bodies and minds change at a breathtaking pace. Along the way, their parents must make smart medical and…
    Emily Miller
    Emily Miller August 19, 2015
  • lgbtq+ group holding a rainbow flag
    Things are different than they used to be for lesbian, gay, transgender and questioning individuals who face growing acceptance and the ability to live…
    Michelle Llamas, Senior Content Writer
    Michelle Llamas, BCPA July 26, 2017
  • graduates throwing hats in the air
    Suddenly, children are young adults attending college and experiencing more freedom to control their daily lives than ever before. Naturally, as they feel their…
    Kristin Compton
    Kristin Compton March 15, 2013
  • group of senior citizens outside
    As the population gets ever older, seniors face a looming crisis in the shortage of caregivers that’s only expected to grow worse. While many…
    Elaine Silvestrini
    Elaine Silvestrini January 5, 2013
  • healthy male running outdoors
    Although men tend to avoid doctors, their health is influenced by social and hormonal factors that warrant medical attention throughout their lives. That’s because…
    Chris Elkins
    Chris Elkins May 15, 2013
  • Women working out
    In addition to fertility and child bearing, women’s reproductive systems affect their bodies throughout their lives. Estrogen influences many of their developmental changes, even…
    Chris Elkins
    Chris Elkins January 5, 2013
  • Pregnant woman holding baby shoes
    Pregnancy brings with it a number of physical and hormonal changes. It’s a time when women need to educate themselves to inform their decisions…
    Michelle Llamas, Senior Content Writer
    Michelle Llamas, BCPA October 1, 2015
  • American flag
    Military veterans experience a range of service-related health conditions, including hearing damage, traumatic brain injury, PTSD and toxic exposure to asbestos and burn pits.
    Michelle Llamas, Senior Content Writer
    Michelle Llamas, BCPA October 1, 2019
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The foundation of a long, happy life is knowing how to take care of your health. You only get one body. You can take care of it by learning how your body grows, what diseases or conditions to look out for and how to avoid risky products. Men's bodies are different from women's. All of our bodies change from childhood, through adulthood and into old age. Learn about each stage of life, and become a well-informed health consumer to improve your quality of life.

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