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- Year-Round Breast Cancer Prevention
- Simplifying Weight Loss
- Healthy You, Healthy Baby
- Fitness Facts
- The Road to Less Stress
- Your Unhealthiest Habit: Not Exercising Enough
- Say No to Yo-Yo Dieting
- Video-Game Playing Benefits Your Child?
- 5 Ways to Live a Decade Longer
- Poor Sleep: Worse Than Drugs?
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, but that doesn't mean it should be out of the public eye now that November's rolled around. After all, preventing cancer should be a year-round endeavor. It's also important to recognize that many of the tips to help prevent breast cancer involve healthy lifestyle behaviors. Now that's natural health and wellness with a purpose! Here are five of the best ways to reduce breast cancer risk naturally.
Three Key Principles to Guide Your Program
A Reason to Avoid Tylenol During Pregnancy
6 Common-Sense Strategies to Get (and Stay) in Great Shape
Engage All Your Senses and Leave Stress Behind
If the power of exercise isn't already common sense to you, consider that not exercising is worse for your health than smoking, heart disease and diabetes, according to a study published in JAMA Network Open, an open-access journal of the American Medical Association.
Yo-yo dieting is an endless cycle that can have a variety of health consequences, both emotional and physical, and it's a serious topic because too many people who struggle to lose weight end up yo-yo dieting. In fact, you may be one of them. Here's a big reason yo-yo dieting is a major health problem.
It takes a concerted effort to keep kids away from video games these days, particularly when games are accessible on such a wide variety of readily available formats. As a parent, should you be restricting your kids' video game time? That's not as easy an answer as you might think.
What if you could live a decade or more longer just by adopting all five of these healthy habits? Good news: you can!
According to new research, poor sleep can impact college students' grades as much as binge drinking or drug use.