To Your Health Subscribe to To Your Health

Major Advance in the Treatment of High Blood Pressure

High blood pressure is a major risk factor for heart disease, stroke, kidney failure and other health problems.

One Simple Activity Can Add Up to Seven Years to Your Life

Scientists have found that a daily brisk 25 minute walk can add three to seven years to your life.

This Nifty Trick Cuts Calories from Rice

Unfortunately, consumption of rice has been linked to diabetes and obesity because of its high starch and caloric content.

Good Reasons to get a Massage

Massage is very relaxing and reduces the stress hormone cortisol that can compromise our immune system.

Lower Your Blood Pressure Naturally

If your blood pressure is high (over 140/90) or borderline, there are lifestyle changes you can make to effectively lower it.

Four Ways to Be Happier

Research shows that gratitude is not just correlated with happiness, gratitude causes happiness.

Have Another Cuppa Joe

If you’ve been feeling guilty over your java habit, there is good news. Recent evidence is pointing to the fact that coffee may actually be good for you in more… Read more »

Ladies, Let’s Talk about Getting Lucky

As long as we’re on the topic of sex, let’s talk about orgasms.

The MIND Diet: Staving off Alzheimer’s

Diet is only one factor that plays into who gets Alzheimer’s. Genetics as well as exercise and education also play a role.

Want to be Happier? Try What This Town Did

Happiness is being regarded by some researchers as a skill, and a skill that can be learned by anyone.

Sugar May Raise Blood Pressure More than Salt

It is easy to be unaware of our sugar intake because much of it comes as hidden additives to processed foods.

Stay Mentally Fit with Walnuts

Eating just a handful of walnuts a day can boost brain function, suggests a new study.

Walk Twenty Minutes to Live Longer: New Study

An inactive lifestyle is linked to early death from heart disease and cancer, but a twenty minute walk can greatly reduce those risks.

Can We Really Turn Back the Clock?

In 1979, a fascinating study on aging was carried out by Dr. Ellen Langer, a psychologist at Harvard.

Ten Tips to Avoid the Holiday Bulge

The holiday season is here, and we are all looking forward to indulging in our favorite treats.