Good health is more than just being free from illness; it includes a 360-degree view of your overall well-being. The multiple dimensions of wellness work together to bring balance and wholeness.
The adverse effect of hunger on the brain is universally understood – but what does hunger actually do to your mind and body?
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.
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.
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.
When something triggers you to anger, there are ways to turn down the heat and give your body a break. Here are three of them.
Looking for ideas to celebrate fall? Check out some of our favorite October festivals across Tennessee.
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.