Staying active when you’re young is important, but if there’s any age where fitness should be a focus of your everyday life, it’s your senior years.
Winter can lead many of us to head in the wrong workout direction as temperatures cool. But there are fun ways to interact with family and friends when it’s cold outside and get some exercise in the process.
Families change over time: kids grow up; couples divorce; parents pass away; relatives move. Rather than mourn what used to be, you can choose to spend the holidays in a new way. Here are a few ideas.
Where will you live when you’re 80? For a lot of retirees, the answer to that question is NORCs. What they are and what they do.
For centuries yoga has been used to increase strength and flexibility, as well as improve mind/body alignment and reduce stress. Solid benefits all, but they’re just a sampling of how yoga can improve everyday living. Here’s a breakdown.
How can you improve brain health and make your aging brain just as vibrant as it was when you were younger? Here are 4 tips to keep your brain strong.
When it comes to corporate wellness, company leaders should model healthy behavior to all employees. Here’s why that’s important and how you can do that as a manager.
Every year, thousands of people skip out on getting a flu shot because of common misconceptions about the flu. Vaccinations, however, are key in reducing your risk.
Join the 1.26 million Tennesseans who volunteer. Not sure where to start? Check out these ideas.
The next time you feel stressed, don’t reach for a sugary snack. Grab the gardening shears instead! Here’s why gardening and stress relief go hand in hand.