Should you take a multivitamin or not? If you tell yourself there’s no harm to doing so, you may be wrong. Some research suggests that taking vitamins in supplemental form CAN be harmful. Find out more.
Learn about the health benefits of eating right and working out.
Did you know tight clothing can be hazardous to your health? Read on and find out how wearing skinny jeans and pencil skirts places you at greater risk for injury, and even worse, nerve or muscle damage. Save those tight outfits for a special occasion!
One of the biggest concerns that come with aging is maintaining a healthy blood sugar and avoiding insulin resistance. Diet and exercise play a huge role in keeping type 2 diabetes and insulin resistance at bay. As it turns out, there’s a spice that can help too. Read on and find out what it is and how to enjoy its benefits.
A disturbing new trend – the incidence of colon cancer is increasing in young adults in their 20s, 30s and 40s. How can you explain this trend? Find out and discover simple lifestyle tips you can use to lower your risk for colon cancer.
No doubt about it – high heels are popular, but new research shows they can really wreck your feet. In fact, wearing them often can lead to muscle imbalances that place you at greater risk for injury. Find out more about the drawbacks of wearing high heels.
You know the common ways to lower your risk for heart disease, but here are five that you might not be aware of. Read on and discover lesser known ways to keep your heart healthy and at lower risk for disease.
Now that summer’s approaching and your skin will be exposed to more sun, don’t forget to do regular skin checks. The incidence of malignant melanoma is increasing, especially in young people. Find out what to look for and what “red flag” skin changes you should see your doctor about.
Heart and blood vessel health is a concern for everyone. One problem that becomes increasingly common with age is high blood pressure – but why? This article explains why blood pressure increases with age and what you can do to slow down this process.
Can two minutes of movement change your health? If you sit all day it can. A number of studies point to sitting too long during the day as a risk factor for health problems. Now a new study shows how you can lower your risk with only two minutes of activity. Find out more.
Contrary to popular belief, exercise is safe and beneficial for people with arthritis. As a precaution, talk to your doctor first.