They’re all around you: people suffering from, or at risk of developing, lifestyle-related chronic conditions such as type 2 diabetes, heart disease or arthritis. Perhaps you’re one of them. In fact, in the United States, these chronic diseases have reached epidemic proportions. A therapeutic lifestyle changes program (TLC) teaches wellness habits such as healthier eating […]Read More
30 minutes a day may keep the stroke away
As little as half an hour a day of moderate exercise may reduce your risk of suffering a stroke, say researchers at the University of South Carolina’s Prevention Research Center. That’s good news because stroke is the nation’s third leading cause of death. The research was presented recently at the International Stroke Conference in New […]Read More Anti-aging and Oxidants, avoid knee injuries in youth will keep healthy knees as adults, Avoid loss of memory, Get plenty of rest, Mens Health, OsteoArthritis, Stress, Tips for a healthier you, Womens Health
Four Easy, Natural Energy Boosters
Much of the work force today is sedentary looking into a computer monitor. This can create a serious energy drain that necessitates some intervention. Before you reach for one of the many sugar-loaded “energy” drinks that will inevitably send you “crashing” down, try an all-natural approach to boosting your energy. Here are a few simple […]Read More energy boosters, Stress, Tips for a healthier you
“To sleep, perchance to dream?”
William Shakespeare isn’t the only one to espouse the benefits of adequate sleep. The question remains, however: How much is enough? Certainly, not enough sleep can be detrimental to your health, but can you also suffer health risks from catching too many zzz’s? Daniel Kripke, co-director of research at the Scripps Clinic Sleep Center in […]Read More Get plenty of rest, How much sleep is enough?, Stress, Tips on keeping emotionally healthy
How you deal with stress will determine your overall health
Stress affects nearly everyone, but some people handle it better than others. And the simple truth is the people who are good at dealing with stress live healthier and happier lives compared to people who struggle with stress. The good news is if you are one of the many people who get caught up in […]Read More connecting emotions to symptoms, Get plenty of rest, Stress, Tips for a healthier you, Tips on keeping emotionally healthy
Drugless ways to relieve back and neck pain.
Back and neck pain are leading causes for absenteeism in the work place and with the aging population this statistic is increasing. Sports injuries create their own special pain even if an injury is not perceived by the participant. Treating pain naturally has also gained in popularity with more […]Read More Bone Damage, chiropractic care for neck & back pain, how do emotions manifest in the body, Nutritional supplements for back & neck pain, OsteoArthritis, Stress, Tips for a healthier you
Swine flu returning after 91 years. The best ways to protect yourself are the easiest.
Most people living today were not around when the Swine Flu made its first deadly appearance in April 1918 and reappeared in the fall killing over 50 million people. It was the H1N1 virus that was responsible for the worst single source of casualties in US history according to Tommy Thompson former US […]Read More Diet, Get plenty of rest, Steps to avoid sharing the flu, Stress, Truth about the flu
Obesity is causing the health care crisis in the US
Obesity is the single most solvable cause for America’s health crisis according to recently released findings given to the US Government. Americans who are 30 or more pounds over a healthy weight cost the country an estimated $147 billion in weight-related medical bills in 2008, double the amount a decade ago, according to […]Read More Activity important for healthy kids, Fiber and your health, Obesity and kids, Sedintary activities not healthy for children, Stress