Avoid Overeating this Holiday Season

Holidays like Thanksgiving are a time when overindulging in homemade dishes and overeating at dinner is encouraged, but what happens to the body after the plates have been cleaned? It is estimated the average American Read More

Seven Tips For A Healthier Thanksgiving

Georgia Giannopoulos, RD-AP, CDN, CNSC, manager of health & well-being at New York-Presbyterian, shares tips for a healthy Thanksgiving: Take a Trot: Go for a walk, turkey trot, or bicycle ride outdoors on Thanksgiving morning Read More

Delay of Dementia Linked to Lifestyle

It’s tempting to dip into the leftover Holiday treats, but new research out of York University has found eating plenty of fruits and vegetables, combined with regular exercise, leads to better cognitive functioning for younger Read More

Five Simple Heart Healthy Tips!

The heart is fickle. It wants to love and be loved, and it is liable to be hurt along the way. Facing a bad breakup or realizing that “the one” got away hurts. There’s no Read More

Is it Impossible to Beat Aging

Aging is a natural part of life, but that hasn’t stopped people from embarking on efforts to stop the process. Unfortunately, perhaps, those attempts are futile, according to University of Arizona researchers who have proved Read More

Are You Hooked on Sugar?

Sugar is as addictive as tobacco or alcohol and one of the toughest habits to kick because it’s a staple of the standard American diet, says Jacob Teitelbaum, MD, author of The Complete Guide to Read More

What is the best time to exercise?

Dose it matter if we exercise in the morning or at night? Recent research has found that the effect of exercise may differ depending on the time of day it is performed. The research helps Read More

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