According to the Centers for Disease Control, nearly 80 percent of Americans don’t get the amount of exercise recommended for optimal health. Here are three ways to take advantage of “off” hours to meet the CDC-recommended 60 minutes a day of physical activity and improve health and well-being – without reinventing your lifestyle.
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Farmers’ markets are lush with seasonal produce you can’t find year-round at your local grocery store. Take advantage of this source of unique seasonal fresh produce to add a variety of healthy choices to your diet this summer.
All the sunshine looks the same to us, but did you know there are two kinds of ultraviolet radiation to protect against? And that not all sunscreen products protect against both types of radiation? Improve your sunscreen IQ with this info.
The constant connectivity, information, and entertainment your smartphone provides can carry a high cost to your overall health and wellness: disrupted sleep.
Coconut oil has become an extremely popular cooking ingredient, and you can also find it used as a moisturizer, makeup remover, even hair conditioners. But is it good you? Though this substance certainly has many benefits, there are still some caveats to keep in mind.
Summer is about sun, friends, barbecues, and the outdoors. But how do you get the most out of your summer fun and still stay safe? These three tips are a great place to start.
Hello, summer! By the pool, near the lake, or at the beach – there’s no summer fun without the sun. When you take sun safety seriously, you can effectively reduce your risk for skin cancer. Check out these tips to stay safe with fun in the sun.
This year, Sunday, May 14 marks not only Mother’s Day, but also the kickoff to National Women’s Health Week. Women’s Health Week serves as a great reminder about the importance of annual checkups and health screenings for women.
One of the first steps to improving your nutrition is becoming more aware of the food you eat, including reading labels and learning more about what you’re consuming. Beyond reading the key facts like calories and daily values on label, do you know what you’re getting?