Andrew Davison

Andrew works at WSFS Bank where he serves as Internal Communications Manager. Andrew is a former Marketing Communications Manager of Corporate Synergies. Perennial reader and former professor, Andrew holds a Master of Fine Arts in writing.
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These Parkinson’s exercises consider four areas of aerobics, strength, balance and stretching. Safely doing these exercises in each area can help improve many symptoms for those living with Parkinson’s disease.
From movement to speaking to handwriting, the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease can affect many aspects of the body and daily life.
Painful periods that are severe and lasting may be a sign of an underlying condition like endometriosis, fibroids or pelvis inflammatory disease. Talk to your doctor if you have concerns.
Painful periods is one common symptom of endometriosis, but this condition is more than normal cramping. The pain of endometriosis can be debilitating and can lead to fertility problems.
Poor oral health can have a serious impact on health and development. A few key considerations can help ensure your children’s dental health and teeth are strong as they grow.
Even before a baby’s teeth come in, parents should be paying attention to infant oral health. These steps mark the milestones and the care needed at each stage.
Children’s dental health affects more than just their teeth. Cavities are one of the most common chronic diseases of childhood. Poor dental health can impact learning and developing. Building good habits early sets children up for a lifetime of healthy teeth.
Calcium is one of the most important nutrients for healthy teeth, and dairy is one of the best natural sources. Skim milk and reduced fat cheese retain all the important calcium with less fat. These mac and cheese cups are easy to prepare and should be a dinner or lunch time hit.
The thyroid works quietly behind the scenes making hormones that control the body’s metabolism. However, thyroid diseases can cause a broad range of symptoms and health problems.
Once a misunderstood and untreatable disease, people living with HIV now have many effective treatment options. However, testing and preventive measures are still the first line of defense.
HIV prevention, known as prophylaxis, can protect those who don’t have HIV but are at risk of getting it. This infographic outlines two types of this medicine, PrEP and PEP.
Unhealthy lifestyle habits and increases in obesity have increased diabetes nationally. Changes in diet & exercise can help slow and reverse these negative trends.