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Things You Can Do Today to Feel Better Tomorrow
What can you do to make your tomorrow better than today? Here are eight easy steps that will leave you feeling better tomorrow.
Inactivity a Major Issue for Adults with Disabilities
Staying physically active is important for everyone, even for adults who cope with disabilities. And a new report suggests that many of these adults aren't getting enough activity.
Avoiding Disability Through Light Activity
Only intense physical activity like running has real health benefits, right? Think again.
Navigating Nutrition with MS
Even for conditions that are not centered around the digestive system, nutrition can still play a key role. This is the case in one neuromuscular condition — multiple sclerosis.
Health Risks Seniors Should Be Aware Of
As you age, you may be faced with health risks you did not have to confront before. While you can’t prevent the passing of time, being knowledgeable and proactive with your health can have dramatic effects on your current and future quality of life.
How Your Pet Can Affect Your Health
Dogs and cats can make great companions, and having a pet might be more beneficial to your health than you think. Although there is little evidence to suggest most of the health benefits, here’s a list of ways that pets might be able to benefit your health.
Reasons Why Your Head Hurts
Knowing the cause of a headache helps people decide what course to take to get rid of that headache. So, here’s a list of possible explanations for a headache.
America's Happiest and Healthiest States
Health and happiness are usually terms reserved for individuals, yet there is no denying that location can play a role in these traits. Here’s a list of the happiest and healthiest states.
Superfoods for Fighting Arthritis
While arthritis patients often need medications to ease symptoms and fight their disease, diet also can play a huge role in arthritis treatment. Here’s a list of foods that may help relieve or prevent arthritis.
Weight-Gain Diet Safe for ALS Patients
Patients with ALS sometimes consume a high-calorie diet to gain weight and body mass. A recent study investigated whether these diets are safe.