About 62% of Americans regularly eat at their desks. Reasons vary, but no matter why you do it, many people wonder: Is eating at your desk good or bad for you?
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.
Doctors agree that the human body wasn’t made to sit for extended periods of time, so deskercising — getting your blood pumping and/or strengthening muscles while you work — may be a step in the right direction for us office workers. Here are some of the latest trends and their pros and cons.
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.
If your job requires sitting in front of a screen most of the day, energy slumps are inevitable. But there are simple ways to boost your energy naturally and quickly.
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.
Employees spend a lot of time on the job, so Tennessee companies are encouraging healthy behavior through wellness challenges. Here are 5 tips for doing them right.
You’ve decided to commute to work on your bike. What’s next? Here are a few tips from veteran cyclists.
Looking for ideas to celebrate fall? Check out some of our favorite October festivals across Tennessee.