To Your Health Newsletter
- Article Index
- Give Yourself a Natural Energy Boost
- Every Bite Counts: Protein and Weight Loss
- Technology Overload
- Fitness Made (Not So Easy)
- Vitamin Central
- 7 Ways to Reduce
Your Cancer Risk
- Not Worth Dying For: New NSAID Warning
- Healthy Lifestyle Habits: As Important as Genes?
- Health for the Ages
- When Gain Means Pain
Energy can be a tricky thing – some days you have it, some days you don't. Countless factors can affect your energy levels throughout the day, week to week and even longer term. Fortunately, in the absence of an underlying health condition, there are simple strategies to ensure you've got energy when you need it – which in general, means all the time.
What's the Connection?
Your Body Is Sending You a Message
3 Common Excuses for Not Exercising
Control Your Diabetes With the Power of Vitamin D
Your Cancer Risk
A healthy lifestyle is important not only for reducing your cancer risk, but also for protecting against numerous other life-robbing conditions. So, how many of these seven anti-cancer behaviors are a part of your regular routine? If the answer is less than seven, you're not doing enough.
The most common pain relievers are called NSAIDs, many of which you can find in over-the-counter form at your local pharmacy or grocery store: Motrin, Aleve, Advil, products containing aspirin, etc. But are the potential dangers worth it? The FDA's latest warning is an eye-opener.
There's a long-standing debate about whether genetics are more important than the environment in our overall health. We know the two are deeply interwoven, but now we're on the brink of discovering how much DNA affects our health – and how much lifestyle affects our DNA.
It's high time to ditch the fast food and embrace a tradition of healthier fare – starting with an ancient grain called quinoa.
The health risks associated with obesity are trouble enough; a recent study suggests extra weight also causes major pain.