During the hectic holiday season, your stress levels tend to ramp up. So this is a perfect time to quiet the mind and body with yoga. Most of us practice yoga every day, we just don’t call it that.
Even the cheeriest of holidays can be stressful -- but stress isn't all bad. The key, experts say, is to know how to ease off the pressure in healthy ways -- and not give in to the temptations of unhealthy stress-tamers.
When you are generous, you don’t just make others happy. According to various research studies, you are also boosting your own health.
You don’t need all the food coloring, thick frosting and sprinkles for a cookie to be festive. Our holiday gingersnaps are proof! With just enough spice and sweetness, these healthier holiday cookies are sure to make your “nice list.”
If you're gonna blend up a Bloody Mary, why not sneak in some omega-3 fatty acids to boost the nutrients? The secret ingredient: kale.
Not all of Grandma’s old-time remedies stand up to close scientific scrutiny. In fact, some are downright silly. Let’s have a look at Grandma’s medicine chest and see what works and what doesn’t.
Want to get a real scare this Halloween? Based on a rough estimate, even a modest stash of candy could contain more than 1,200 calories, 175 grams of sugar and 32 grams of fat. That’s the recipe for an epic sugar rush and a whopper of a stomach ache.
From breakfast to dessert and everything in between, add some fall flavor to your favorite dishes.
Yoga can strengthen the key muscles that help with better balance and teach us how to keep a calm focus when we experience life's challenges. Try these simple, standing poses for better balance.
The popularity of texting on cellphones and using other mobile devices has triggered an increase in neck pain. Get tips on the right way to hold your smartphone, tablet or laptop.