When you want to change a habit to become more healthy, you need to know how long it will take to make a habit stick. Here is how forming a habit works — plus some tips on how to kick the bad ones.
Spring fever as a concept has been around for hundreds of years. But do the changing seasons really affect our health?
We all have restless nights from time to time. Here are 8 are safe, effective ways to keep your body and mind moving.
Snoring is natural — many people experience it from time to time. But why do we snore? Here’s what you need to know about snoring and your health.
Eczema is an allergic reaction that makes skin red and itchy. Dr. Gina Moore Dudley explains the symptoms, treatments and other health conditions that mean you may be more likely to have eczema.
When you’re having a second baby, it’s normal for your child to feel anxious. Here are things parents can do to make the transition easier.
Studies show that people in the Mediterranean tend to be happier and more active, they don’t suffer from the same rates of disease, and they live longer. Here are the 9 nutritional principles they live by.
Chiropractors are traditionally thought of as doctors who care for your back, but there are actually many conditions chiropractors can diagnose and treat.
Do you know your blood type? Many people don’t, but blood type informs a lot of health and wellness decisions over the course of your life, so it’s good to know the basics.
No matter your age, the ability to go to sleep comes down to one thing: habit. Creating good ones and breaking bad ones is key. Here are 3 common causes for childhood sleep problems and 5 tips to try.