He’s a mean one, alright. If the Grinch has stolen your healthy holiday, check out these tips from Richard Stein, professor of medicine and cardiology at the New York University School of Medicine in...Read Full Article
It’s the holidays and for most Americans, that means eating – lots of eating – followed by weight gain and a New Year’s resolution to ...Read Full Article
By ...Read Full Article
Winter storms and cold temperatures can be hazardous, but if you plan ahead, you can stay safe and healthy. Prepare your home and cars. Prepare for power outages and outdoor activity. Check on older adults.
Although winter comes as no surprise, many of us are not ready...Read Full Article
Research shows that happiness can improve your life substantially, and that unhappiness sets you up for less success and poorer health. Happier people are ...Read Full Article
It's that time of year: The clock has turned back, Halloween is over, stores are preparing for the holidays and our diets go by the wayside.
Farewell, bikinis and salads. Hello, big sweaters and comfort food....Read Full Article
You recognize the signs of a slow decline to boring school lunches and snacks. You see the signs in the same shopping list, the lack of interest on your child's face when you run through the list of options and snacks that stick around in their lunch bag...Read Full Article
By PEGGY BUCHANAN and MADELINE KONG
Today's adults are living longer, healthier lives, due in part to better fitness and nutrition. With the number of Americans 65 and older expected to represent more than...Read Full Article
Challenge your mind and body to sharpen your thinking skills!
My friend Betty is one of the most impressive seniors I’ve ever known. At 88, her voice is strong and her heart is young, and she seems to...Read Full Article