Eat Mindfully at Your Favorite Haunts
Avoiding restaurants because of your diet? A new study says you may not have to if you make smart, "mindful" choices.
Walking in the Rain, Safely
Trying to meet physical activity requirements is hard enough with demanding work schedules or little munchkins running around. Safety is another hurdle women have to jump over.
You Can't Drink Away Your Worries
You had a bad day and all you need is a beer to soothe your problems. That seems to be the common mindset with others as well because binge drinking is increasing during these hard times.
Technology Will Help End World Hunger
There are millions of people all over America that need to be fed on a daily basis. Did you ever stop to think where that food is coming from? Food Day is near, so give thanks for food.
Family Fitness Leads to Health
Want to learn how to bring your family closer together all while improving health? Family exercise can do just that and be fun for the entire family.
Living La Vida Loca in College
College students living on their own for the first time can live life a little too fully. It appears they haven't quite found a balance yet.
While every home has some potentially dangerous items, it's particularly important to protect children from harmful chemicals. Canadian experts offer five easy tips to help keep homes toxin-free for children – to protect them as well as future generations.
Those Telling Telomeres
Those darn telomeres just simply cannot keep a secret. They have a nasty habit of telling a woman's age and health status. Telomeres are the DNA located on the ends of chromosomes and are a measure of cell age. The healthier a cell is, the longer its telomeres are.
Sick and Abused
According to a study by Swedish researchers, children who are chronically ill are much more likely than healthy children to be victims of physical abuse.