All in Disease Prevention
OCD Awareness Week is here! Learn more about this misunderstood mental health condition and how you can help your loved ones who may have OCD.
We all know a good night's sleep is essential to our health, but sometimes getting more rest isn't an option.
Did you know that owning a dog can provide physical and mental health benefits?
Everyone loves having a pet but did you know that owning a cat can help benefit your physical and mental health?
PTSD affects 14 million American adults in any given year. Find out what you can do when you or someone you care about needs help with his/her PTSD.
When it comes to gut health, it's the balance of probiotics and prebiotics that helps keep everything operating as it should.
Here's the dirt on whether you really need to wash your produce and why it matters.
This month is all about encouraging the men in your life to take care of their bodies by eating right, exercising, and working to prevent disease.
From the cereal you had for breakfast to the dressing on your salad, sugar is lurking in many foods you'd never suspect. And there are a variety of health reasons to eliminate added sugars in your diet.
This nondiet approach promotes dietary intake based on internal cues of hunger and fullness, body acceptance, and making behavior choices based on health and enjoyment.
Biking to work has extraordinary benefits, including improving your health. Should you join the cycling movement?
Nobody knows you better than yourself. You don’t need a diagnosis to take care of your mental health. Read on for ways to care for your mental health – it could lead to a happier, healthier, longer life!
We know that being out in nature can have great effects to our body, but what does nature really do for our mental health?
10 benefits of walking to work that will convince you to give it a try.
How to recognize if your drinking has become a problem.
What are they and how can they benefit you?
No amount of exercise can stop us from aging, but there's plenty of evidence that shows physical activity can increase life expectancy and quality of life.
The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends eating less than 5 grams of salt per day. Yet the average person consumes 9 to 12 grams of salt per day.
Most of us don't consider our hormones when we plan out a meal or grab something to eat - but we should!
December 2nd – 8th is National Influenza Week! Here are some suggestions on how you can fight the flu this year.