Regardless of whether you slant red or blue or what side of the political fence you lean on, Americans can likely agree on one thing: the 2016 Presidential race has been long, very loud and less than pleasant.
In Part 1 of this series, we discussed how making healthy diet and lifestyle choices can affect how we age – specifically, how eating a balanced nutritious diet and drinking plenty of water can help lay a foundation for feeling better now and thriving during your later years. But even if you eat like a …
If we’re lucky enough, we will experience the aging process –it’s a fact of life. And if we’re proactive enough, we can age in the best ways possible. By adopting a healthy diet and a routine of being physically active, you can improve both how you feel now and lay the foundation for thriving during your …
When it comes to fats in our diet there is a lot of conflicting information out there. Is all fat bad for you? What’s a good fat? And how much fat should you be getting in your diet?
When a person experiences a stroke, the blood supply to the brain is interrupted usually by a blood clot or bursting of a blood vessel, which results in damage to the brain cells. A major stroke might result in serious debilitation or even death
Who isn’t inspired after watching weeks of the Olympics? We sat flipping channels as gymnasts and divers flipped in unimaginable ways and thought “no way!”—but then Usain and company lined up on the track and suddenly a few laps seemed a little more plausible.
Every year, lung cancer kills more people than breast, prostate and colon cancers combined. And not only is it the #1 cancer killer, lung cancer is the nation’s second highest overall cause of death
Colorectal cancer remains the third most common (non-skin) cancer diagnosed in America, and it is one of the cancers that is gender indiscriminate, which means men and women are equally likely to be diagnosed with colon or rectal cancer