You may have heard the saying that ‘Happiness is the Key to Good Health’ and while the more cynical of us might have rolled our eyes and shrugged our shoulders…it turns out this is in fact very true.
This might be a fun month for you, but December’s a rough one for your liver.
With stories like this one, it's no wonder most Americans support universal healthcare.
Sugar is what makes food sweet, and your body uses it as a source of energy. But too much sugar is a major problem, and excessive consumption is now known to be a driving force in the epidemic of obesity and diet-related disease plaguing the Western world.
If you want to keep your body strong, you need to exercise regularly and follow a healthy diet. According to Dr. Ronald Tarrel, physical activity can also help boost brain health.
Eating the wrong foods can make us sick, but choosing the right ones can heal us and help prevent disease.
Hypertension puts you at risk of developing a lot of serious diseases, many of which can end in premature death.
Lots of people like to blame their families for every negative aspect of their health or weight as in, “I inherited my mother’s slow metabolism,” or “I’m probably doomed to get diabetes because it runs on my father’s side of the family.”
A visit to your doctor’s office should leave you feeling informed and supported, with open and truthful conversations about your health and treatment plans. Many, however, do not get such courtesies, especially where vaccinations are concerned. Open conversations about vaccines are the exception rather than the rule at many U.S. doctors’ offices.
Crunchy beets give this salad the perfect amount of bite.