Health is a Way of Life
We live in a goal-oriented society. Most of us imagine a healthier version of ourselves and make plans to achieve it, with mixed success and satisfaction. Instead, let's look at health as a process, informed by knowledge, which we practice a little bit every day.
Angular Cheilitis: The Cold Sore That Really Isn't
Cold sores are as commonplace as they are irritating -- but often, what we assume is a cold sore might not be one. If you've ever had cold sores that didn't respond to medication designed to treat them, it might be angular cheilitis, a completely different medical condition that looks surprisingly similar.
Understanding Daily Exercise: How, When, and Why to Work Out for Optimal Health and Fitness
You've heard about the importance of daily exercise, but what exactly does a health- and fitness-minded workout regimen look like?
6 Tips for Overcoming Seasonal Affective Disorder
People may joke about getting the winter blues, but the phenomenon of feeling sad, anxious, or tired during the winter months has a medically recognized name: seasonal affective disorder (SAD).
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Easy Swaps Make Heart-Healthy Meals for the Holidays
The holidays are a time of family, relaxation, and love -- but they're also a time of food and indulgence. Traditional holiday meals tend to be full of sodium, saturated fat, and additives, all of which can be detrimental to heart health over time. What makes up heart-healthy meals, and how can you integrate those components into your menus this holiday season?
It's Not Too Late to Get a Flu Shot
So, you're suddenly on winter's doorstep and haven't yet gotten this year's flu vaccine. You may be wondering if it's too late to get a flu shot. The short answer: definitely not. In fact, it's a better idea than ever.