Your food choices have a direct impact on your general health and well-being. But let’s not forget about your mouth. The foods and beverages you consume on a regular basis can either benefit your smile or wreak havoc on your teeth and gums.
For years, the prevailing wisdom here in the U.S. and around the world has been that living in a city is bad for your health. Skeptics ask why
When we’re young, our parents tell us constantly to “stand up straight.” Did they simply want us to look our best, or did they know more about the effects of posture than we give them credit for? Turns out, our parents were right — whether they knew it or not, posture affects our long-term health in both good and bad ways.
If money concerns are a top stressor in your life, you are not alone. In fact, according to the American Psychological Association, 72 percent of Americans have felt
Description: This is a remake of the first video in our Go Nuts! series, published in 2013. (Improved sound quality and mostly new images and animations). The first
Numerous modern health studies have proven that the best way to improve your immune system response and overall health is to eat a high nutrient diet.
Third in our Go Nuts! series of videos, Why You Should Eat Cashews explores the many health benefits of cashews for the body, mind, and spirit. To learn
With such busy lives, having a consistent bedtime routine is often something put on the back burner for many adults. However, creating and sticking to a bedtime routine