The COVID-19 Coronavirus is making news right now. The outbreak is spreading and is being felt physically, socially and financially across the globe. Authorities are working feverishly to stop the spread. But is one of the most fundamental disease prevention habits the real key to stopping the outbreak?
Every day there seems to be a new herbal weight loss supplement on the market. Each one claims to be the second coming for those anxious to lose pounds. With so many herbal weight loss solutions on the market, why are so many people still struggling with their weight?
American adults eat a lot of restaurant meals. Those restaurant meals may not be so good for their nutrition or their health.
Ask just about any woman if she’d like a higher risk of heart disease and you can predict the answer. Of course not, who would? Quite a few women, if their behavior is any indication. Here is a very short guide to getting a sicker heart for women.
With everything we’re told is destroying the planet – pollution, global warming and people among them – is there any way to save it? Maybe, say the science types at the University of Plymouth. Their recommendation might just save your health, too.
Break-ups suck. There’s just no other way to describe them. Social media seems to make them even worse, or so it has always seemed. Now, science puts some data and findings behind what we’ve all always believed.
Obesity – especially childhood obesity – is a hot topic in America. For many parents, it is a horrifying specter haunting their children as they grow. While many dietary plans may help them grow healthy, lean and strong, there’s one surefire way to make sure they become obese.
10,000 steps a day has been the “gold standard” daily step target for people seeking weight loss for years. Everyone from the “Biggest Loser” screamers to your doctor and even your FitBit have told you to get your “10K a day” in. But lots of “10k-ers” are still fat. Maybe there’s more to this… Wouldn’t… Continue reading Ten Thousand Steps A Day And You're Still Fat
Golf is a sport which seemingly can be played by any relatively healthy person. Is it possible it might also be the way for older people to maintain good health – or even improve it late in life?
Music holds a near-sacred place in the fitness world. Many exercisers swear that their music makes the difference in whether they finish a workout and the effectiveness of that workout. Some exercise programs are even built around specific types of music or rhythm structures. But does music really have benefits to exercisers?