Good news for time-starved, health-conscious people (and nowadays, who isn’t?). Researchers find that short, intense stair climbing has a surprising amount of health benefits. Despite the health benefits of regular exercise, most people lean heavy on a couple of reasons … Continue reading

A recent study shows that reading books can help us live longer by as many as two years. As a bonus, the more frequently you read, the longer you live. The benefits of reading books goes beyond the knowledge gained … Continue reading

A quick bite on your way to work, a working lunch, and grabbing take-out on your way home can wreak havoc on your health. But it’s a trap we all fall easily into. Some studies show that less than 20% … Continue reading

Watching a good dancer glide across the dance floor can be super entertaining. Just look at the success of the recent film, La La Land. But what most people don’t know is that getting off the couch to dance is … Continue reading

Deciding what to eat for breakfast, choosing every night before bed what time to wake up in the morning or planning to exercise in the morning or after work—these are known as micro-decisions. And they actually slow down our thinking … Continue reading

February is American Heart Month and a great time to think about the simple things we can do for better heart health. Despite all the awareness, heart disease continues to be the leading cause of death in our country, accounting … Continue reading

February is American Heart Month, giving Valentines Day a deeper purpose. This year, we invite you to celebrate Valentines Day by showing some love to the most important person in your life — you. And what could be more loving … Continue reading

It’s February, and that means American Heart Health month. And with Valentines Day around the corner, it’s a great time to start thinking about the most loving gift you can give: heart health. This Valentine’s Day, make a difference in … Continue reading

For years now, Americans have been told that their diet and sedentary lifestyle is putting their hearts at risk. Despite all the awareness, heart disease continues to be the leading cause of death in our country, accounting for 1 in … Continue reading

You don’t know what you don’t know. But when it comes to your health, that’s a particularly troubling paradox. Apparently, according to a recent Public Health England study, the majority of middle aged adults are living unhealthy lives. According to … Continue reading