To Your Health Newsletter
- Article Index
- Keep Your Spine in Shape
- Give Pain the Boot
- Weight-Loss 101
- Graceful Aging
- No Bones About It
- The Secret Weapon in the Fight Against Childhood Obesity
- The Sleep "Sweet Spot" to Help Minimize Cognitive Decline
- Heart Disease: Not Just for Men
- Baby on the Way? Get Your Vitamin D Levels Checked
- Young Adults Need Anti-Smoking Messaging, Too
Your spine is the backbone of your entire body – literally and figuratively. That means poor spine health can impact you from head to toe. Let's look at simple strategies to ensure a healthy spine and a healthy body.
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
A calorie-controlled diet may help obese children lose weight, but the results can be even more successful with the addition of probiotics, suggests new research.
No one wants to experience cognitive decline, particularly more serious forms such as Alzheimer's disease. Prevention may start with a simple activity: sleep.
Blood pressure is an important indicator of heart attack risk, and the differences between men and women may help explain why women need to be as concerned as men, if not more.
A pregnancy complication can cause higher BP for the baby during childhood. Vitamin D to the rescue!
Think adolescents and teens are the only ones at risk? Think again. Look at what the research says.