Health IQ Challenge: Facts About Type 2 Diabetes
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, prediabetes affects more than 88 million Americans. This means 1 in 3 adult Americans are on their way to developing type two diabetes in two to five years.
Show Your Heart Some Love
Your heart works hard for you your whole life! Show it some love with these easy tips for keeping it healthy.
Tips for Summer Safety
Summer comes with more freedom – to go on vacation, spend time outdoors, relax and enjoy good company. Spirits are high, but so are the risks to your health and safety. Dehydration, boating accidents and sunburn are a few leading summer-related threats.
Fit, Fun and Free Activities for Kids
Summer break means plenty of free time to play, but studies show that kids today are less active than ever. When school ends, kids tend to gain weight faster, increasing their risk of obesity. Without their daily recess, kids become stationary, which can lead to a number of health problems.
Health IQ Challenge: Facts for Soon-to-Be Moms
Pregnancy might seem like the perfect time to sit back and relax. But it can be a great time to get active. With your doctor’s care, the right nutrition and exercise, you can stay fit and healthy
Spring into Wellness
Spring is here! The changing of the seasons is a great time to adopt new healthy habits or take control of health problems triggered during this time. Here are a few tips to make the season healthier
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.
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.
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.
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.