Practical Tips to Boost Your Immunity

Boost Your Immunity: Practical Tips for a Stronger Immune System

Build a strong immunity with these healthy habits and practical tips so you can maintain good health and prevent illness and infection.
Learn more about how to prevent Shingles

Shingles: Everything You Need to Know

If you’re one of the 95% of American adults who had chickenpox as a child, you’re unfortunately at risk for developing Shingles at some point in your life.
Holiday Joy Drive 2022

Aylo Health’s Holiday Joy Drive — Adopt a Family program

Christmas is supposed to be filled with joy and presents under the tree. Yet many families in the local community are struggling to keep the magic alive for their kids, let alone afford a Christmas tree surrounded by gifts.
How to unlock your potential to do amazing things in 2023

How to unlock your potential to do amazing things in 2023

2022 is wrapping up, which means people are starting to reflect on the past year and focus on ways to improve their lifestyle for the New Year ahead.

8 Tips for a Healthy Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is almost here — a day full of family, friends, and our favorite holiday foods! But for some, this joyful day can be filled with stress and anxiety when trying to maintain a healthy lifestyle.

Preparing for the 2022 Flu, Cold, and COVID-19 Season

It’s that time of year when the sniffles are going around and people often wonder what it could be — the Flu, Cold, or COVID-19, all of which are highly contagious viruses.

Detect Breast Cancer Early with a Mammogram

Every 13 minutes, a woman dies from breast cancer.

3 Tips for Men’s Health Month

Have you ever wondered how the men in your life are doing? From working long hours at work to prioritizing time with their families to staying involved in the community — the men in our lives tend to take on a lot of responsibility.

4 Ways to Celebrate Women’s Health Month

Happy May, ladies – one of the best months of the year where you get to celebrate yourself and the other women in your lives. But…why May? Is it because of Mother’s Day?