Spring forward, fall back — In Tennessee, we take for granted that we will change our clocks twice a year. But does observing daylight saving time (DST) actually affect our health?
One in three Tennesseans is overweight or obese, yet most people report that they make an effort to eat healthy. So what’s going on?
Most Halloween activities revolve around candy — but they don’t have to.
Everyone wonders from time to time. But can being curious actually make you happier?
Instead of modifying their diets temporarily to lose weight, people are changing them permanently to achieve wellness or weight loss, or to treat certain health conditions. Here’s how.
Falls are the leading cause of injuries and injury deaths among older adults in Tennessee, yet few people understand why. But there are simple steps older adults can take to prevent them.
Here is a checklist for people suffering from asthma or COPD to make sure you have everything you need to travel safely.
One of the easiest ways to eat fresh, local food is to become a regular at a farmers market. Here are 9 ways to make the most of it.
More than 1,000 Tennessee teens commit suicide every year. While there is no sure way to prevent youth suicide, there are ways for parents, caregivers and concerned adults to help.
Have you ever tried to do everything you’d usually do with your dominant hand with your non-dominant one? Does the act of trying benefit your brain? Let’s find out.