The temptation to scratch an itchy wound is hard to resist. Annoying as that itch is, there is a reason for it.
For every story about someone whose health or lifestyle made them a likely candidate for a heart attack, there’s another narrative: the seemingly healthy person with no warning flags who had one.
One way to add a layer of fitness accountability is to work with a personal trainer. Here are the steps you should take to ensure you get the most out of this fitness partnership.
Most New Year’s resolutions center around getting healthy, but it can be difficult to achieve these goals if you’re constantly stressed about money. Here are 6 ways to get ahead of that in the new year.
Family history can tell you a lot about how to stay healthy. We may be able to suppress bad genes or activate good ones if we practice healthy habits. The first step to using that knowledge to your advantage: creating a family medical history.
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.
When Alzheimer’s Disease strikes, everyone’s thoughts naturally go to the person who’s received the diagnosis. But people who will be caregivers need support as well.
A little pre-holiday legwork and list making can lead to a remarkably calm holiday season.
By becoming aware of the signs and symptoms of abuse, family, friends and coworkers are in a better position to offer help.
Stress literally changes who we are. That’s why it’s key to understand how to bring calm into our lives, anticipate stressful triggers and, when possible, avoid them.