Tennessee has a blood shortage. During the past year, the Red Cross estimated that Tennessee was short roughly 2,700 pints of blood a month.
Blood donation has decreased dramatically since the onset of COVID-19, but it’s still a serious need in Tennessee and around the country.
Science has shown that doing good makes people feel better faster than simply doing something they like. But why?
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.
From tomato festivals to blueberry farms, there are tons of great ways for families to get out and enjoy Tennessee’s summer bounty with healthy foods.
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.
Honey has been used as a natural sweetener for thousands of years, and many people also use it as a way to maintain good health. Find out why raw, local honey may give you the health boost you’re looking for.
Want to do your part for Earth Day? Check out volunteer opportunities around the state!
The abuse of opioid drugs has escalated rapidly in recent years. Here are wise tips on how to prevent opioid abuse in your community.
Thinking of running a 5K but afraid you’ll finish last? Read one runner’s story about overcoming her fears during her first race.