Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)can cause hyperactivity and impulsive behavior at a higher rate than the average person. Because of this, it may cause some issues for your child.
As you age, your eyesight may start to fade. That’s why at a certain age, you may need reading glasses. While this is normal, you can make some lifestyle changes to slow down the clock on your eyesight and keep it at its best for longer.
Have you ever heard of the Dirty Dozen? These 12 produce items are said to contain the most pesticides of any on the market, and the Environmental Working Group (EWG) says you should only buy produce on this list if they are organic. But is it worth it? Let’s look at the facts.
June is Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month. Alzheimer’s disease is a common form of dementia and is a degenerative brain disease.
Connecting with a Primary Care Provider (PCP) can be an important step in living a healthy lifestyle. They can help you stay on track and make sure you’re eating well, exercising, and staying healthy. Scheduling an annual visit with your PCP is crucial, especially when you start aging
Immunizations are extremely important for the health and well-being of both you and your family members. What are immunizations? Immunizations are the process by which a person becomes protected against a disease through vaccination.
If you’re an employer that is looking to make the switch to self-funding coverage, we will lay out what you can expect when transitioning to a self-funded health plan with ABS as your TPA. As a third-party administrator, ABS works closely with our clients to help them manage their benefit plans. We walk them through the transition to self-funding and try to be as helpful as possible.
With World Purple Day around the corner, it’s important that epilepsy patients and their loved ones get the support they need. World Purple Day is an international event used to spread awareness about epilepsy.
April is Stress Awareness Month! Stress is your brain and body’s response to everyday stimuli. Since it’s a normal, physiological response, some stress is healthy. However, chronic stress negatively impacts both physical and mental health.