Medically Reviewed by Dr. C.H. Weaver 08/04/21

Embrace Healthy Living

Making a conscious decision to embrace healthy lifestyle choices and overall wellness can provide immediate and long-term physical and emotional benefits.Proactive choices toward health and wellness might include seeking preventive care and screening, integrating more fruits, vegetables and whole foods into your diet, maintaining an exercise routine, nurturing a spiritual practice, or seeking counseling to alleviate emotional stress. Mindful choices like these can benefit all of us in our daily lives, whether we hope to help manage a chronic illness or just generally improve our overall well-being.

Bone Health

Italian Sardine Spread Sardines contain a whopping 372 milligrams of calcium in just 3 ounces, and they are also a great source of boron. The mayonnaise in this recipe provides vitamin B12, and the olive oil is a key source of vanadium. All of these nutrients are building blocks for bones. Osteoporosis-what you need to know.

Career and Finances

We all know the importance of saving money for a rainy day, but what is the best way to save and how do you use what you have saved? Effective saving is not as simple as depositing money into a savings account—but it doesn’t have to be complicated either.



How Having A Dog Can Help Your Heart

Do you know how having a dog can help your heart stay as healthy as possible? We’re looking at how the presence of your furry friend helps keep you strong!


A Pivotal Moment: Blood Tests Emerge for Cancer Screening

Advances in genomic technology are paving the way for improved cancer screening.


Psoriasis Comorbidities: Beyond the Skin | A Woman’s Health

Psoriasis is often thought of as a skin disease, but this autoimmune disorder has a list of comorbidities, such as diabetes, that can affect different areas of the body.


There are a number of reasons to incorporate strength training into your fitness routine, including toned muscles, leaner appearance, improved strength, increased metabolism, reduced risk of osteoporosis—and now a reduced risk of insulin resistance and diabetes.

General Health

The hot flashes and night sweats associated with menopause can be irritating and downright debilitating, but new research may bring relief. British scientists have reported that cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) may help ease hot flashes. Managing Hot Flashes

Mind-Body Health

Sometimes, despite our best efforts at prevention, stress can build up and bubble over. When all else fails, perhaps it’s time to bang on a drum. That’s right, drumming has been shown to relieve stress and improve the immune system.

Skin and Beauty

Your skin also serves as a sort of early warning system for everything that is going on inside of your body. In fact, your skin is talking to you all of the time. But are you listening to what it has to tell you?