Spring Clean Your Eating Habits
Our attention to healthy eating may lapse a bit in the winter. And a little weight gain might be hidden by those cozy—and bulky— wool sweaters. But spring is here, and all the greenery may have you craving a little dietary refresh. A few small changes in your everyday diet can mean a healthier, fitter you. Here are some tips to get you started.
How to Stay Smoke-free
Quitting smoking is hard. It’s a process that may take time. And after you quit, it can be just as tough to stay smoke-free. Follow these steps to stay a non-smoker.
10 Natural Ways to Sleep Better
According to the CDC*, more than one-third of U.S. adults routinely sleep fewer than six hours a night. That’s bad news! The benefits of getting enough sleep include better heart health, less stress, improved memory and weight loss.
Stopping Tobacco: Handling Weight Gain after You’ve Quit
Many people put off quitting smoking because they’re worried about weight gain. Many smokers do gain some weight after they quit--but it’s still better to quit as soon as possible.
Exercising When You’re Under the Weather
Is it safe to exercise when you’re sick? The answer depends on your symptoms and how sick you feel.
Quitting Tobacco: Slips Happen
Many smokers slip and smoke a few times while they’re quitting. If that happens to you, just know you’re not alone. And don’t use a slip as an excuse to start smoking again.
Health Food Trends to Try in the New Year
Need a little push to follow through with those New Year’s health and fitness resolutions? The biggest health food trends of 2019 may help you reach those goals.
Healthy Resolutions for Women
For many women, caring for their health is not easy. Family duties, work demands and lack of time and energy are roadblocks.
Foods to Help You Stay Focused
Food is the fuel that regulates your energy and mood, both of which can greatly affect your focus. Improve your chances of maintaining a healthy brain by adding “smart” foods and drinks to your diet.
Tobacco Withdrawal Mood Changes— or Depression?
Smokers are more likely to have depression than non-smokers. Experts are not sure why this is. People who have depression might smoke to feel better. Or smokers might become depressed more easily because they smoke. Either way, there are treatments for both depression and smoking.