To Your Health Newsletter
- Article Index
- Coping With the COVID-19 Crisis: Who Needs Our Help the Most?
- Diet 101
- Common Knee Injuries, Uncommon Sense
- Energy Boost
- Medicine Cabinet Dangers
- Step Your Way to a Longer Life
- A Better Way to a Better Day
- Antibiotics: Bad News for Baby
- Preventing Dementia: 12 Tips
- Go Plant-Based for Your BP
Emotional health is declining during the pandemic, between work stoppages, social restrictions, and general fear and uncertainty. But is one age group suffering more than another? The answer might surprise you.
A War You Can Win: 9 Ways to Make Better Food Choices
Smart Steps to Avoid Surgery
Running on Empty: When Fatigue Stops You in Your Tracks
Acid Suppressants Linked to Fracture Risk
People who exercise consistently often outlive people who generally don't exercise. But it's even more simple than that, according to new study findings: People who walk more than others are more likely to outlive them.
Living in the moment is often a foreign concept in this fast-paced digital world. Years go by in the blink of an eye until one day, you realize just how much happiness you missed out on. But you can change that distressing picture - starting today.
Even short courses of antibiotics during the first year of life can disrupt the intestinal microbiome (something antibiotics are known to do). In the case of infants, this can lead to inflammatory bowel disease when they're older.
Are 40 percent of dementia cases attributable to 12 risk factors? Yes, say the experts, and many of the factors are modifiable.
Plant-based diets reduce your risk of high blood pressure – even when you include some occasional meat and dairy in your meal plan.