Take Care of Yourself and Stay Healthy This Fourth of July, our thoughts of freedom may be more pronounced. For those of us who were born into a life of freedom, these trying
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How Are You Celebrating Father’s Day? In North America, Father’s Day is celebrated annually on the third Sunday of June. In other countries, such as in Latin America and in Europe, fathers are
Make Sure Good Health Is Your Priority Men, listen up! From infancy to old age, women tend to be healthier than men. Part of it is biological but part of it is due
Monitoring Health is Key to Men’s Physical and Mental Well-Being Did you know that men are 80 percent less likely to use a regular source of healthcare, like a primary care physician, than
Do You Have Finicky Eaters In Your Family Who Don't Like Vegetables? Grandma always said, “Eat your vegetables.” Turns out, Grandma was right. The importance of vegetables to Active Wellness is irrefutable. One of
Fruits and Vegetables Help to Protect Your Health Fruits and vegetables are packed with essential vitamins, minerals, fiber, and disease-fighting phytochemicals. Because of this, eating plenty of fruits and vegetables everyday can help reduce
Healthy Mind, Healthy Body, Healthy Overall Mental health is a big part of overall health but there has been a stigma attached to it for years. For example, if you have cancer, diabetes or
Go Mediterranean for Good Nutrition and Health March is National Nutrition Month®, a nutrition education and information campaign created by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics to remind people to return to the basics
What is Particular About Women's Health and Fitness Eat well, exercise regularly and avoid high-risk behaviors such as smoking, excessive drinking and unnecessary drug use. This is common sense that applies to virtually everyone.
Prevention is Ideal for Optimal Women's Health National Women’s Health Week starts each year on Mother’s Day to encourage women to make health their priority—this year it is the week of May 10 through