Tips to Help You Get Moving

Most health experts agree that we need to move our bodies at least 30 minutes per day, five days per week to lower the risk of heart attacks, strokes, diabetes and certain cancers. Here are some common barriers to exercise — and strategies for overcoming them.

Why Are You So Tired?

If you’re chronically tired, you’ve probably tried to solve your sleep troubles on your own. But what if your exhaustion is a symptom of something more serious?

Tips for making better New Year’s resolutions

Does it seem like you make the same New Year’s resolutions each year? Here are a few tips to help you stick to your 2020 goals.

Eight Ways to Be Healthier at Work

Do you feel you have to choose between living a healthy lifestyle and being productive at work? Not necessarily—you can integrate small steps into your day that can add up to big results.

Summertime Safety

You can have fun in the sun—and the water—this summer while still taking steps to stay safe.

Are you too attached to your technology?

Do you spend too much time using a phone, tablet or computer? If you cannot control how often or intensely you use your device—even when you know the negative consequences—you might need to make some adjustments.

Arthritis – Not a Sign of Aging

Pain, stiffness and swelling around the joints may be an obvious symptom of arthritis, but it is not a normal part of aging. In fact, more than half of US adults with arthritis are between 18 and 64 years of age, and 60 percent of them are women.

Getting Fit

A healthy lifestyle includes regular exercise, but you don’t have to join a gym to make exercise part of your daily life.

Have a Chronic Condition? Know Your Stroke Risk

Stroke can happen to anyone. But if you have a chronic condition, your stroke risk may increase, and that’s all the more reason you should talk to your doctor.

How Much Do You Know About Preventing Cancer?

Do you know how to lower your risk of common types of cancer? Take this quiz to get some insight.

Your Bones are Counting on You

Contrary to common belief, osteoporosis and the broken bones it can cause are not part of normal aging. There are steps you can take at any age to prevent this bone disease and protect your overall bone health.