This Mother’s Day, give yourself the gift of good health by scheduling a mammogram screening. Here are five reasons why mammogram screenings should be on every mom’s to-do list.
Cancer is the second leading cause of death in the United States right behind heart disease. In order to help spread education about preventative measures, Families Together has put together a list of the five most common types of cancer and when you should be screened for them.
Symptoms of a heart attack can differ between women and men. Women are more likely to experience more subtle symptoms that don’t fit into the basic criteria recognized for heart attacks.
Familes Together launches new campaign for American Heart Month to help educate patients on how to prevent heart disease.
The start of a new year is a great time to reflect and refocus on where you want to set your intentions for the coming months. This guide will give you the Do’s and Don’ts of creating health goals so that you can actually see and feel the changes you desire.
Families Together is launching a new campaign to help patients better understand how to take charge of their health.
Looking for ways to enjoy your favorite holiday dishes while also looking after your health? FTOC has got you covered! Check out our tips on how to maintain stable blood sugar during the holidays.
Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) affects 10 to 20 percent of the population every year. Here are some tips that we’ve put together to help you cope with seasonal depression.
FTOC has put together a guide on how to cope with feelings of loneliness or family troubles during the holidays.
Families Together has seen increasing demand in mental health services and has grown its Behavioral Health department to meet the demand for services.