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.
It’s easy to let holiday stress get the best of you. But, it doesn’t have to (and shouldn’t) be that way. Follow these expert tips for keeping the good tidings in your season.
Yikes! The holidays are here and you’re stressing and craving comfort foods that are high in salt, sugar and trans fats. Try these dietary strategies to relieve your stress — and skip the guilt.
Again and again, we hear that heart disease is the number one cause of death in the U.S. When a loved one is diagnosed with heart disease, there is going to be a need for lifestyle adjustments for everyone.
Smartphones and tablets enrich our lives, but they also come with health risks. A few healthy habits can help you avoid those risks.
No child likes doing homework. But does it have to be such an emotional drama every night? A pediatric psychologist offers help with managing the schoolwork.
People who work irregular hours with night and rotating shifts may be at greater risk to develop diabetes and obesity. Endocrinologist Marwan Hamaty, MD, talks about how to minimize your risk.
If your child has chronic stomachaches, a new study finds he or she may be at higher risk for anxiety disorder as a young adult. Here are tips on how parents can help their kids.
Even Tiger Woods’ golf game can be seriously compromised by back pain. To avoid back injury on the links — and to play your best — be flexible and get strong in your core.