Prostate Cancer: Know Your Risk

Prostate cancer is one of the most common types of cancer for men. On average, 1 in every 9 men will get diagnosed with prostate cancer in his lifetime. While the exact cause of this disease is unknown, there are risk factors that can increase your chances for it. Some risk factors may not be in...

Men's Health
Oncology

Baby's Size During Each Month of Pregnancy

From prenatal care to pediatrics, CHI St. Luke’s Health’s team is with you every step of the way as your family grows. Compare the size of your baby and learn what’s happening as he or she develops in the womb during each month of pregnancy with our infographic. Our Family Birthing Centers in The...

Maternity

Plan for It: Respiratory Distress & How to Respond

If someone around you displays signs of respiratory distress, will you know what to do? Before an emergency happens, plan for it. Know the Signs of Respiratory Distress Many people who suffer respiratory distress exhibit signs they’re having to work harder to breathe or not getting enough oxygen....

Emergency Care
Lung Care

Halloween Sweets: Trick or Treat?

It’s that time of year again: the season for costumes, scary movies, and lots of candy. With so many children eagerly anticipating all the fun Halloween brings, it can be tough to crack down on their sugar intake. But according to the American Heart Association, children should have no more than 16...

General Health & Wellness
Children's Health

3 Breast Cancer Treatment Side Effects & What You Can Do

When going through a breast cancer treatment plan, the side effects of the treatment itself can negatively affect your quality of life. You may feel like you have a fuzzy, forgetful brain. You might lose your interest in food. Or, your hair may start to fall out. All of these can lead to feelings...

Breast Cancer
Oncology
Women's Health

3 Ways to Reduce Your Breast Cancer Risk

If you are a woman in the U.S., you have about a 1 in 8 chance of developing invasive breast cancer over the course of your life. Though breast cancer statistics are alarming, there are ways you can reduce your risk. According to the American Institute of Cancer Research, one-third of breast cancer...

Breast Cancer
Healthy Aging
Oncology
Women's Health

3 Forgotten Food Groups & Recipes to Help You Remember

Getting your body the nutrients it needs is a big step to better health. However, many Americans aren’t getting the recommended amounts of vegetables, fruits, and whole grains. Each person’s nutritional needs vary based on age, gender, medical conditions, and more, but getting adequate amounts of...

Diet & Fitness
Digestive Health
General Health & Wellness

How to Effectively Manage Chronic Pain

Whether your pain stems from an injury or affects you in the absence of an illness, there are effective strategies available for chronic pain management. Chronic pain can range from slightly bothersome to continually debilitating. It can affect your quality of life and last for months or even years...

Chronic Pain
General Health & Wellness

Getting Enough Whole Grains? You May Be Surprised

The popularity of whole grains has grown exponentially in the last several years, and supermarkets have started to carry more whole grain products than ever before. However, even with this rise in popularity, we are still not getting enough in our diets. Only 8 percent of Americans eat the minimum...

General Health & Wellness
Diet & Fitness
Digestive Health

Namaste Healthy with Yoga

Yoga is an ancient practice that is known to be one of the best aerobic exercises you can do for mind, body, and spirit. With such a relaxed approach toward exercise, it has gained popularity, and rightfully so, due to all the benefits it brings to your body. How Yoga Helps Yoga focuses the mind...

General Health & Wellness
Diet & Fitness
Cardiovascular Care