To Your Health Newsletter
- Article Index
- Start the New Year Right
- Give Your Health a Boost
- Cinnamon, Spice and Everything Nice
- Welcome to Boot Camp
- Shape Up or Ship Out
- Too Much Social Media Can Be Depressing
- Activity as Good
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- It's Time to Get in the Calorie-Burning Zone
- Is Marijuana Worse Than Alcohol?
- Exercise: Your Brain Will Thank You!
Last issue, we talked about New Year's resolutions – particularly some of the ones that don't show up on very many annual lists, even though they definitely should be on everyone's list. As we begin 2019, let's take things a step further. Don't consider these resolutions so much as small, easy-to-incorporate steps you can take toward a better you this year and every year. They're not New Year's resolutions; they're life resolutions.
7 Simple Ways to Reduce Your Cancer Risk
The Health Benefits of Seasonings
Introducing the New Era of Aerobic Fitness
This is the True Measure of Heart Disease Risk
Based on the amount of time the average teen spends engaged in social media, it would be easy to assume it's always an incredibly enjoyable experience. Not so fast. In a perfect social media world filled with only "Likes," thumbs ups and positive comments, that might be the case, but as we all know, the social media world isn't nearly that affirming.
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High blood pressure can go unrecognized for years. Even people diagnosed with high BP often receive only a prescription for medication, which can help, but also elevates the risk of health problems caused by the medication itself. What if there were a safer, equally effective option out there? Actually, there is: exercise.
When it comes to weight loss, we've seen myriad diet and exercise plans that, within reason, all seem to be fairly effective over the long term. Regardless of which strategy you endorse, one thing is clear: If you want to lose weight, you need to burn calories. So, let's learn about how to get in the calorie-burning zone and maximize your fitness potential.
If your child is experimenting with alcohol and/or marijuana, we're sure you want to know which is the worse offense. Here's the answer.
A growing body of research supports the value of exercise for brain health, specifically the risk of developing cognitive decline.