Health Topics

  • Stress, Women, and Diabetes

    Stress plays a key role in our lives and typically helps us overcome day-to-day challenges. It alerts us, allows us to prioritize and focus on tasks at hand. But stress can also cause health complications if we experience it too much and too often, otherwise known as chronic stress.

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  • An Ode to Dads: Then and Now

    Fatherhood is a commitment that involves patience, perseverance and, of course, love. We thought we’d take a snapshot of dads seventy years ago and fathers today. What has changed? What hasn’t? View Post
  • Weight Loss Tips After 40

    It seems as though our body decides to play a cruel trick on us by tacking on the extra weight, seemingly overnight. It’s important to understand why this happens and more importantly, what can be done to reverse this universal trend so that we can actually become healthier versions of ourselves, turning the “fat forties” into the “fit forties”.

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  • Keeping the Moms We Love Young: Lifestyle Changes to Boost Youth

    Aging is a natural process for all living organisms, but it doesn’t mean that you have to stop feeling and looking younger as you move through the years. Let’s dive into some of the evidence-based lifestyle changes that you can try out on your own to feel and look younger.

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  • 10 Unexpected Causes of Fatigue

    Have you noticed that you’re feeling more tired than usual over the last few days, weeks, or even months? Feeling a little tired occasionally is normal, but when you feel extreme tiredness that occurs seemingly out of nowhere, there may be an underlying problem.  View Post
  • 5 Ways to Boost Brain Power

    Concerned about your cognitive health? Want to improve your memory and make sure that it stays sharp for years to come? Let’s look at 5 easy ways to boost your brain power and care for your cognitive health. 1. Try Meditating Once thought to be an ancient practice for monks or spiritual teacher... View Post
  • Healthy Habits That Keep You Young

    Wondering how to stay young? From exercise to meditation, here are healthy habits that keep you young.

    The older you get, the more important it is to find ways to improve your overall health so that you can feel younger and maintain your independence. You don’t need to take huge steps to feel better; small changes are more than enough to support your physical and mental health. Here are several healthy habits that will keep you young.

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  • Meditation and Your Mental Health: What to Know

    Mental health is sadly a very underrated element of health that people consider. We’re very wrapped up in heart disease, stroke, as well as diabetes, and doing all we can to prevent these, on a regular basis.  View Post