To Your Health Newsletter
- Article Index
- When Chronic Pain Turns Deadly
- Give Pain the Boot
- Weight-Loss 101
- Graceful Aging
- No Bones About It
- Weight Loss: If You Can See It, You Can Do It
- You Are What You Eat: Poor Diet and Cancer
- A Fitter You: 3 Ways
to Get in Shape FAST
- Pregnancy Weight Affects Your Child
- More Scary News About Vaping
If you're suffering from chronic pain, for example, chronic back pain, chiropractic and other conservative options are proving safer and more effective than pain medication or surgery. The most important reason to deal with your chronic pain isn't to reduce or eliminate it; the most important reason is to avoid a potential consequence that is only now getting the attention it deserves: suicide.
A Great Exercise to Erase Low Back Pain
Don't “Dessert" Your Weight-Loss Goals
Reduce Alzheimer's Risk With Melatonin
Acid Suppressants Linked to Fracture Risk
Have you been overweight for so long that the only way you can picture your thinner self is by looking at old pictures? Or perhaps you don't have any pictures at all because you've always been fighting your weight. That "picture" of yourself, whether in your photo album or in your mind, can actually play a key role in your weight-loss efforts. But it goes beyond that.
A cancer diagnosis can shock your world, not to mention put your life in jeopardy. But with an estimated 90 percent of cancers attributable to diet and exercise habits, there's hope for those willing to take their health into their own hands. Start today by examining your eating habits, because poor nutrition is a proven cause of many – yes, we said many – cancers.
to Get in Shape FAST
Who better than personal trainers to know the best exercises to get you in shape safely and effectively? The American Council on Exercise (ACE) conducted a survey of 1,000 ACE-certified personal trainers to get their advice regarding the best techniques to get fit. Here are their top three recommendations, which they suggest combining with a healthy diet for best results.
Gaining too much - or too little - weight during pregnancy can impact your child's health.
E-cigarettes keep getting a bad rap, and for good reason. Here's what the latest study says.