All in Disease Prevention
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.
5 ways to encourage the men in your life to live healthier lives.
Fixing bad sleeping habits isn't easy, but there are small changes you can make each day to help combat sleep deprivation.
This year's theme is Promoting Health After Gestational Diabetes.
Read on to learn what good bacteria can do for your body.
Did you know? Resistance training can reduce symptoms of depression.
This month is a good time to get your cholesterol checked and take steps to lower it if it is high.
Too much sodium can wreak havoc on your body. Here are some signs you need to cut back.
Vitamin D isn't found in many foods, so we're here to help ensure you consume what you need.
Avocados have a bad rep for being fatty, but the fats are healthy and the flesh is full of vitamins and minerals.