Health News
Small Steps Add Up to Big Changes
Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Read more...

For the New Year millions of Americans resolve that they'll exercise and eat healthier. So, why by the end of January are so many of those resolutions broken?

New research may shed some light on the problem.

It's not that people don't know that exercise is good for them and can improve their self-image. Obese and overweight people, in fact, are even stronger believers in the importance of exercise than those of normal weight, according to a survey of more than 1,500 men and women conducted by George Washington University Medical Center. But many overweight and obese people loathe the idea of huffing and puffing in front of younger, thinner gym-goers, the poll found.

Read more...
 
Dealing with the Holiday Blues
Tuesday, December 07, 2010
Read more...
It may be the "season to be jolly," but for many people, the holidays don't leave them feeling all that cheery. In fact, for many people, this time of year is a time of sadness, intense self-reflection, and anxiety.

Read more...
 
Eat Up, But Eat Healthy This Holiday Season
Wednesday, December 01, 2010
Read more...
You've lost track of how many chocolate chips you've eaten and that box of Santa Claus-shaped candies is calling your name. With New Year's still to come, your opportunities to overeat and overindulge aren't over yet.

Before you take one more slice of pie, keep in mind it's not too late to get a handle on your holiday eating.

Read more...
 
For Thanksgiving, Think Positive with a Gratitude Journal
Friday, November 05, 2010
Read more...
This Thanksgiving, commit to starting a gratitude journal. By writing down four or five things you are grateful for every day, you will begin to see the positive aspects of life and shun negativity.

Read more...
 
«StartPrev1112131415161718NextEnd»

Page 18 of 18