Resolving to live healthier in 2018? If you’re among the 84.1 million people in the U.S. at high risk for diabetes, resolving to lower that risk may be the best health move you could make.
Diabetes, which affects the way that our bodies process blood sugar, is a dangerous disease in itself, but it can also ...more
Looking to improve your health this new year? Start in the kitchen.
Adopting sustainable healthy eating habits – not short-term fad diets or unrealistic restrictions on food – can help you shed unwanted weight, reduce your risk for disease and improve your overall well-being.
The good news is you don't have to change everything about your diet to find ...more
It’s cold outside. Really cold. Temperatures this week have hit record lows, and there’s not much relief in the forecast.
This extreme cold causes our bodies to lose heat much faster and can even cause hypothermia, which happens when our body temperature gets below 95 degrees. Hypothermia is a serious medical condition that requires immediate attention. ...more
Making New Year's resolutions is easy. Sticking to them is hard.
Whether you're looking to eat better, start a new fitness program or just achieve a healthier overall lifestyle, here are some tips to help you find success in your resolutions throughout 2018.
Start small and be focused.
Trying to do too much too fast could lead to ...more
Putting out decorations and baking special recipes create wonderful memories during the holiday season, but there’s also a risk. House fires occur more during the winter holidays than at any other time of the year.
Keep your holidays festive and your loved ones safe with these fire safety tips:
Pay attention to your Christmas tree. If ...more