To Your Health Newsletter
- Article Index
- Time to Tone Down the Tech
- Say No to Pain
- Women's Health News
- Tech Alert
- Can't-Fail Fitness Principles
- Are You Exercising Enough? Probably Not
- Improve Your Health and Help Save $130 Billion
- Cutting Calories? Watch Out for the Restaurant
- NSAIDs Up Miscarriage Risk?
- Recipe for a Lower-Stress Life
Are you slowly but surely losing your kids to technology? Perhaps you're even considering scheduling your children for outpatient surgery just to remove their smartphones, tablets, laptops and other electronic devices from their possession. Believe it or not, you can do something about their tech habits without such drastic action. It's not going to be easy, but the benefits could be profound.
5 Common Causes of Neck Pain (and How Chiropractic Can Help)
Breast-Feeding Helps Keep Your Heart Healthy With Age
OMG: Too Much Social Networking and Texting Could Be Dangerous
6 Common-Sense Strategies to Get in Great Shape
Exercised lately? A few minutes here and there is better than nothing, but it's not enough. In fact, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's National Center for Health Statistics, just over 77 percent of adults fail to meet physical activity guidelines.
It's a simple correlation: If your blood pressure goes up, so do your health care costs. According to a new study, annual health care costs for U.S. adults suffering from high blood pressure can be more than $1,900 higher than the costs incurred by adults without high BP.
While you can certainly find a place to eat out these days that focuses on healthier fare than your standard fast-food or chain restaurant, in general, all restaurants can do a disservice to your bottom line – in this case, your efforts to maintain a healthy weight.
Any use of NSAIDs around the time of conception increases the risk of suffering a miscarriage during the first eight weeks.
Stress is a weight you can shed with the right attitude and actions. Here are three ingredients in your recipe for a lower-stress life.