Being active in the winter can often feel like a bear, but there are actually some great, heart healthy benefits waiting to be unlocked. Celebrate Heart Health Month with us by engaging in some of these great winter activities.
We might not think about monetary wellness as part of overall health, but it’s an important type of fitness you can achieve, practically no sweat. Get tips on how to start paving a path to greater financial stability.
A little splash of red — a shirt, scarf, hat, dress, drink — can have mighty big implications. When you Go Red for Women and wear red on Friday, Feb. 3, you join thousands nationwide raising awareness about heart disease in women, the number one killer of American females.
Colorectal cancer is one of the few cancers that are preventable. If you’re over age 50, colorectal screening is an important facet of early detection, prevention and overall health. Learn more about how to promote colon health.
When you spend time outside on the trails being prepared and well fed will make your family’s time outside more comfortable and fun. Here’s how you can make that happen.
Try something new and different in thinking about your 2017 New Year’s resolution. Set a goal that is completely new and different from any previous New Year’s resolution. Anyone out there interested in joining in the fun?
With an abundance of white stuff already on the ground and a long winter still ahead of us, it is important to remember some tips to reduce our risk for injury with shoveling.
Decorating during the holiday season should be fun and enjoyable, but for many people it can result in a trip to the emergency room or worse. Learn how you can yourself and you family safe this holiday season.
For many, the holidays can be a time of over indulgence whether it’s food, spending, gifts or alcohol. Thankfully, it now seems socially acceptable to discuss tips and strategies to avoid overeating, but what about over drinking? Learn tips for keeping within "lower risk limits" at any time of year.
Over two years ago, Jamie Heath suffered the second stroke of her young life. After a relentless course of physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy, Jamie has regained function rare for double stroke survivors, and is thankful to all who helped her along the way.