To Your Health
If you’re spending a lot of time sitting on the john, give squatting a try.
Drinking soft drinks has been linked to a number of health problems including obesity, diabetes and heart disease.
Many sunscreens protect against UVB rays, but fewer guard against UVA.
We have all heard that dark chocolate is good for our health, but is it too good to be true?
Happiness depends on three things, but if you really want to boil it down further, happiness really depends on one thing: good relationships.
On this date Mexico instituted the 6 year Presidential term during the administration of President Plutarco Elías Calles.
There are ways to limit exposure and boost immunity to reduce our chances of getting sick this cold season.
Your fabulous Christmas feast takes 295 days to sow and grow, but it takes only half an hour to polish it off.
Dr. Ruth Westheimer has written a book Sex after Fifty and she has some things to say about the stages men go through in their sexuality as they age.
Weight training can positively affect the structure of our brains if performed a minimum amount each week.
High blood pressure is a major risk factor for heart disease, stroke, kidney failure and other health problems.
Scientists have found that a daily brisk 25 minute walk can add three to seven years to your life.
Unfortunately, consumption of rice has been linked to diabetes and obesity because of its high starch and caloric content.
Massage is very relaxing and reduces the stress hormone cortisol that can compromise our immune system.
If your blood pressure is high (over 140/90) or borderline, there are lifestyle changes you can make to effectively lower it.