You take ibuprofen to relieve pain and reduce fevers or headaches. But could this common, over-the-counter drug also hold the keys to a longer, healthier life? Authors of a new study suggest it’s possible.
More and more studies are pointing to the health benefits of tea. Black tea may be America's favorite, but our dietitian suggests trying six other with health benefits your body will appreciate.
When you are generous, you don’t just make others happy. According to various research studies, you are also boosting your own health.
Stuffed baked potatoes with broccoli and cheese make a delicious side dish or a light lunch. This recipe calls for skim milk and light cheddar cheese to keep fats low without sacrificing flavor. Only 90 calories per serving.
Partner yoga is a newly emerging practice in which poses are shared and supported by another person. Partner yoga is not only for couples. It can be practiced by any two participants- friends, siblings, parents and children.
In this recipe, you can fill whole wheat tortillas with peaches, apples or pears to create a healthier alternative to traditional pie. Brown sugar is optional. Kids of all ages will love them!
Muffins are real pleasers, whether for breakfast, dessert or a snack. Here are three recipes we chose for great taste and low calories: pumpkin spice, applesauce or chocolate. Each muffin is under 200 calories.
Been to the doctor, but still feel unwell? Try functional medicine. This approach treats the entire individual, rather than a cluster of symptoms.
Learn to manage your stress in difficult situations. Reducing stress can help you make better decisions for the challenges you encounter.