If you’re like some people, you may find it boring to work out in a gym. Treadmill workouts, aerobics classes, or weight lifting may feel like a chore. You may find it hard… Continue reading
Many people search for health information online. And yet not all online health resources are created equal. Some are reliable and some are not. And it’s important to be able to tell the… Continue reading
Thanksgiving traditions abound: gathering with loved ones; eating turkey and stuffing and pumpkin pie; and for many, taking time to give thanks. After all, Thanksgiving is the perfect time to reflect on the… Continue reading
Vegetables are some of the healthiest foods you can eat. Their vitamins, minerals, and plant compounds can help prevent chronic disease. And a diet rich in veggies can also help you maintain… Continue reading
By Kenneth R. Pelletier, PhD, MD (hc) Seventy-nine percent of employer groups now have some type of wellness program, according to a survey by the National Business Group on Health*. Opportunities for employers… Continue reading
By Jonathan Barry Associate Vice President, Reporting, Analytics, and Evaluation, Healthyroads The research supports it: A more active workforce stands a better chance of being a healthier workforce. This is just one reason… Continue reading
Are you in need of some motivation to exercise? Cueing up some upbeat tunes might help inspire you to get up and go.
Saying no to some things can help lessen your stress. Think about a time you said no to help lessen your stress. How did it help?
Not all “health foods” are created equal. Some may be less healthy than you think. Or, they may be healthy, but only in small amounts, due to their high calorie load. Here are… Continue reading
The STP two-day ride was my first back-to-back 100 miles/day bicycle ride. I have raced mountain bikes and road bikes for many years and completed several century rides including a 100 mile… Continue reading