To Your Health
Many of us are sitting for an average of eight hours a day in front of TV and computer screens, and it is taking its toll on our health.
There is an epidemic of hearing loss going on in North America, with 8 out of 10 people not getting the treatment they need, according to the American Speech and Hearing Association.
How much should you drink each day? The rule of eight glasses a day actually came from an error in a health study that was carried out in 1945.
Based on studies of many people, researchers have found that the first 20 minutes you spend exercising each day will increase your life span by one hour.
Stress can make us more susceptible to depression, high blood pressure, heart disease, and diabetes, and it also kills brain cells. Is that the way you want to live out the last years of your life?
A napping revolution is happening, and hopefully the benefits of napping will soon become so widely accepted that we will all feel free to nap with pride.
There is no shortage of reasons for a reduced libido, including hormonal imbalance, chronic medical conditions, side effects of medications, or stress. The good news is that there are lots of ways to boost your sex drive.
By talking with and observing people I know who have a strong talent for friendship, here are some things I have learned about how to be a good friend.
I don’t know about you, but every year around this time I start dreaming of my favorite holiday goodies and just assume that gaining a little extra weight will be inevitable.
Following these guidelines should successfully calm your worries about living beyond your savings.
Flying these days can be taxing on the mind and body. But you don’t have to accept becoming sick as a natural consequence of airline travel.
Is wine really good for you? For most of us, the short and happy answer is ?yes.?
Pets are not only loving companions but are good for our hearts, health and emotional wellbeing.
Studies are suggesting that touch is fundamental to emotional and physical health, especially for the very young, but it also remains important as we grow older.
Some researchers are suggesting that exercises that involve complex movements give more “bang for the buck.”