If your current plan to stay healthy this winter begins and ends at drinking extra orange juice, you might want to rethink that strategy. From getting outside to eating right, there a lot of surprising things you can do to minimize your chances of coming down with the cold or flu. Doctors and health experts shared their lesser-known tips for staying healthy this winter.
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An increasing body of scientific evidence is demonstrating that dogs are good for all of us, regardless of health status. From lowering blood pressure to expanding social circles, a canine companion is good for nearly every aspect of human health.
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Taking good care of your health isn't easy, but it doesn't have to be complicated either. Simple steps, taken every day, can improve your health and help you feel great.
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Get moving because it is the single greatest thing that you can do for your well-being, physically as well as mentally. Be active because you want to thank the Universe for imbuing you with a strong, healthy body that is capable of amazing things.
No doubt, these types of skills are certainly good to have, but Clint Emerson a retired Navy SEAL and author of 100 DEADLY SKILLS: The SEAL Operative's Guide to Eluding Pursuers, Evading Capture, and Surviving Any Dangerous Situation, feels there are others that are far more necessary.
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Being strong doesn't necessarily equate to being skinny. In most cases, being strong means weighing more, but feeling better. The bottom line is, weight aside and skinny aside, you won't be happy unless you are holistically strong: Strong in body, mind, and spirit.
Recent headlines serve as a sharp reminder of why we must continue to call on Congress to make physical activity the easy choice for all Americans.
We Boomers have every bit as much to offer as the Millennials or the Gen-X's or the Gen-Y's. Hell, we invented the world as they know it. But to bridge the generation gap, or chasm, we need to stay relevant. So here are some safety tips for dealing with the young whippersnappers.
Adjusting your daily routine so that you can spend time with your kids while they are young but still progress your career to ensure that one day you can afford to send them to college means a few changes and a few challenges.
Veronica Everett-Boyce founded Urban Fitness 911 three years ago in Los Angeles, CA. Urban Fitness 911 addresses the disparity of health and fitness for youth and adults by providing them with wellness, fitness, nutrition, mentoring, and tutoring.
In any endeavor, weight loss, building muscle, learning something new, preparing for a test or a speech, flying a plane -- almost anything you can think of -- the person who slept enough will perform at their highest levels and get maximum results.
Healthy living can fit into a life ruled by busyness, and it is within everyone's power to take the simple steps toward living a healthier, happier life!
"Health and wellness" is something we all want at some level. But when push comes to shove, it's easy to prioritize everything else over it-work, social time, "down time" in front of the TV or browsing the Internet. The intention is good, but something gets in the way of acting on it.