The Latest News in Alzheimer’s Disease Research

In our latest episode of Health Happens, we took you behind the scenes of an Alzheimer’s research lab. We covered a lot of information – you can watch the video here! But for the purposes of this article, we want to focus specifically on the latest research. Understanding the Mechanism of Alzheimer’s Dr. Huntington Potter, […]

I work out and eat healthily, but my weight just plateaus. Why?

This is a guest post from the Colorado Athletic Club. This is a very common occurrence when trying to lose weight. Fortunately, a weight loss plateau can be overcome with a few simple changes to your routine. There are many reasons for plateaus, but the most common include: Miscalculating your caloric intake. Predominantly, weight loss […]

Dr. Karen’s Flu Advice

This flu season has hit hard, and the 9Health office is no exception. Just today, we have 7 members of our staff out sick. Yikes! Dr. Karen Polsky, our Director of Health Strategy, sent out a note to our staff that we think is worth sharing with all of you. Keep reading… It’s Fast and […]

Cervical Cancer is Highly Preventable If You Do These Things

Cervical cancer doesn’t have obvious symptoms. Unlike other forms of cancer, early-stage cervical cancer and its precursors don’t have physical symptoms that signal you might have the disease. But, once cervical cancer has advanced, warning signs start to appear. Risk Factors A risk factor is anything that changes your chance of getting a disease. There […]