Starting a new year may be a time of special reflection for those who are undergoing or who have finished cancer treatment. If this is you, consider making some New Year’s resolutions for your health and your life post-cancer.
This is the time of year when many adults will start putting together a list of resolutions for the New Year, but is it cool for kids to set some goals for 2014, too?
Eating well can make all the difference in your daily life. Dietitian Laura Jeffers talks about how to maximize the nutrition you get from your diet, and how a registered dietitian can help.
Reiki, a complementary natural healing technique, supports your entire well-being. It can promote healing and may complement care for cancer, fertility issues, chronic disease, chronic pain and more.
Innovative integrative medicine techniques can help you create a new relationship with food, minimize stress and make healthier choices. Learn how hypnosis and other tools can help you manage weight.
Massage therapy has been around for centuries. Discover the difference between massage and massage therapy in our world today. Get the facts behind 5 common massage therapy myths.
January is a popular time for setting well-intentioned plans for healthier choices. Unfortunately, these plans can fizzle out as the months go on. If you want real, lasting change, read on. An expert offers five simple, doable tips that can become real, permanent habits.
“Shen” is a 3,000-year-old Chinese concept that loosely translates as “spirit” and offers a holisitic view of health. As we turn the calendar page to a new year, find ways to be healthier through understanding “Shen.”
Do you need to lose weight? Karen Cooper, DO, helps patients with weight loss and offers practical advice to help you reach, and maintain, a healthy weight.