United Spinal Association Publishes Free Accessible Air Travel Guide for People with Disabilities

United Spinal Association today announced the publication of an Accessible Air Travel Guide for wheelchair users and other people with disabilities, designed to provide a hassle-free experience at the airport. Wheelchair users and other people with disabilities using assistive equipment, Continue reading United Spinal Association Publishes Free Accessible Air Travel Guide for People with Disabilities

Zika 2017: Pack Your Bug Spray, Domestic Travel is No Escape from Virus

With more than 5,000 cases of Zika reported in the United States over the past year and infections in 84 countries worldwide, osteopathic physicians advise patients to protect themselves against mosquito-borne illnesses at foreign and domestic destinations. Spring break travelers Continue reading Zika 2017: Pack Your Bug Spray, Domestic Travel is No Escape from Virus

National Sleep Study Shows 97% Of Americans Attribute Personal Performance To A Good Night’s Sleep

A new national study reveals that 97-percent of Americans believe that a good night’s sleep is important to help them perform at their best and getting enough sleep improves the quality of their life. The study was commissioned by the Continue reading National Sleep Study Shows 97% Of Americans Attribute Personal Performance To A Good Night’s Sleep

Hidden Epidemic Of Older Adult Malnutrition: New National Blueprint Advances Integrated Solutions

Citing alarming statistics that show that nearly 1 of every 2 older Americans is at risk of malnutrition and that disease-associated malnutrition in older adults is estimated to cost $51.3 billion annually, a broad group of advocates laid out a Continue reading Hidden Epidemic Of Older Adult Malnutrition: New National Blueprint Advances Integrated Solutions