From the category archives:

Exercise

Staying active? Whether you’re hiking, swimming, running, or just getting out a lot, make sure you’re supporting your body, especially your heart and muscles! Before heading out, give your muscles a stretch. It’s great if you can do yoga regularly, but okay if you just want to look up a quick routine tailored to your […]

Share

{ 0 comments }

When are you feeling creative? If you’ve ever tried your hand at painting, writing, drawing, or just playing around with colors, you probably realize creativity doesn’t happen when you’re staring at a blank screen or piece of paper. Or creativity can be outside—seeing the perfect golf shot, the perfect play on the field, or the […]

Share

{ 0 comments }

One of the side-effects of diabetes is that it impairs blood flow, including blood flow in the brain. Usually, your brain will direct blood flow to the most active parts, but as symptoms of diabetes develop, blood flow is impaired. A study followed Type-2 Diabetics for two years, and found marked cognitive decline—participants had a […]

Share

{ 0 comments }

Heart health is one area where YOU have a lot of power. Choices made today can have a big impact on tomorrow, and it’s never too late to make changes. According to new research, there are 5 health factors, that if everyone changed, would cut heart disease deaths in half. In addition to that, there’s […]

Share

{ 0 comments }

Has summer taken a toll on your feet? Rough cement at the bottom of pools and around them. Running around barefoot, in flip flops, or in sandals. Your heels might be getting dry, your nails chipped. Even with a weekly pedicure, you could be doing a smidge of prevention that goes a long way to […]

Share

{ 0 comments }