By Laurie Larson We’ve all been sleeping all of our lives; that’s a no brainer. What you may find alarming to learn is that you may be doing it all wrong. There are obvious connections between our sleep and our health. When we lose out on sleep, our health begins to suffer. Chronically skipping out … Continue reading Have You Been Sleeping Incorrectly?
Source: National Center for Environmental Health; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Make sustainable holiday choices when you are shopping, traveling, sending cards, decorating, and choosing gifts. When you save energy and resources, you protect the environment and safeguard health both now and for the future. Are you one of those organized people who are … Continue reading Go Green For The Holidays
By Kim Thomas of US Health Corps Digestive problems can wreak havoc on your quality of life. Gastrointestinal issues don’t only leave you uncomfortable, but they also make it difficult to maintain a normal life. After all, it’s hard to be present in a business meeting or social gathering when you’re constantly worried about finding … Continue reading Tips for Healing Digestive Problems Naturally
By Aparna Mele Boot camp workouts come in all forms theses days, from bridal themed boot camps for toning people up for their nuptials, to military style varieties to increase fitness prowess. Some emphasize cardio and aerobic fitness, while others focus on strength training or weight loss. All, however, share certain features that include serial … Continue reading Boot Camp Workouts
By Kim Thomas of US Health Corps Are you looking for some simple ways to improve your overall health? Then you will be happy to know that staying healthy doesn’t have to take a lot of time or effort. Some of the most effective strategies for strength and wellness start with a shift in your … Continue reading 5 Basic Strategies for Boosting Your Health and Wellness
By Freya Oostingh Alzheimer’s and hope are two words you seldom see together. According to the Alzheimer’s Association, “Alzheimer’s is the 6th leading cause of death and the only cause of death among the top 10 that cannot be prevented, cured or even slowed.” It is estimated that by 2050, ONE HALF of adults over … Continue reading Alzheimer’s, New Hope for Prevention and Reversal
By Julia Nickey, Regional Director, Marketing & Communications Penn State Health St. Joseph Did you know there are four critical health numbers that measure your overall health? Blood pressure, blood sugar, cholesterol, and BMI are key indicators of your risk for diabetes and cardiovascular diseases such as heart attack and stroke. Knowing these numbers – … Continue reading Do you know your HEALTH4cast?
By Aparna Mele Core-crunching tips from our favorite reptile! Perhaps it isn’t a coincidence that I am kicking off my summer with a trip to Florida when I chose to write this, but I was inspired to up my fitness game when I was observing the American crocodile stealth across the ground. When noting the … Continue reading Crawl Like A Crocodile
By Kim Thomas of US Health Corps For people with diabetes, keeping close tabs on blood sugar levels is essential, even when they’re feeling fine. But there is much more to managing the chronic condition than simply monitoring glucose levels and managing medications. Your diet, lifestyle, and even your support system can have a huge … Continue reading Managing Diabetes Takes a WHOLE-istic Approach to Health
If You Want to Change Your Life, Start with You By Kim Thomas There is nothing worse than looking at someone else’s life wishing you could be in their shoes. But here’s the thing: your shoes fit just fine; you just need to break them in. If you want to improve your life, you have … Continue reading If You Want to Change Your Life, Start with You