Americans need a vacation.
The mental and physical merits of walking are well established, from helping ward off depression to preventing heart disease.
Staying hydrated is a necessity, but sometimes it’s difficult to tell when your body needs water, especially during warmer months.
With our busy lifestyles today, finding time to shop for groceries, cook, then meet as a family to enjoy a meal together can be a major challenge.
As marathon season approaches, many people are focused on training.
If you’re an American woman today, chances are your busy lifestyle is preventing you from seeking out the regular check-ups and screenings so important to maintaining your health.
The warmer-weather months are the ideal time to get outdoors, stay active and focus on your health goals.
It may not be easy, but many are doing it, balancing school, work and family.
In the cold of winter, at the start of the year, people all across the country resolve to live a healthier lifestyle — yet summer is actually the perfect time to start your resolution.
f you’re looking to increase your energy, stamina and endurance to kick your workouts up to the next level, bypass the energy drinks and caffeine and turn to ancient Ayurvedic tradition instead.