Right now, it’s easy to drift into a downward spiral of negativity. These 5 questions with New York Times bestselling author, Neil Pasricha, will help guide you back towards embracing a positive mindset.
Growing Bolder Founder/CEO, Marc Middleton shares an inspiring perspective on this current pandemic.
When it comes to your health, knowledge is power. Dr. Daniel Galante, a board-certified colon and rectal surgeon at AdventHealth, reveals how knowing your own numbers can save your life. Plus, in honor of Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, he busts some myths about colonoscopies and offers a no-nonsense approach to knowing your numbers.
Denise Austin has been empowering people to take ownership of their fitness for decades. One of the original at-home workout stars is now 63 and still fit, still amazing and still going strong, anxious to share what she’s learned along the way.
We’ve all heard of rehabbing after an injury or procedure, but have you ever heard of prehabbing? This just might be the key to preventing a serious injury or operation, and living a bold, fulfilling life.
Olivia Newton John shares her new found perspective after receiving a cancer diagnosis and encourages us all to stay focused on the here and now.
Few things are more powerful in life than a positive example. Sometimes, the right role model can be all the inspiration you need to live better, stronger and healthier lives. Meet two women who are making a difference in their communities, and in the process, inspiring others to take charge of their health.
America fell in love with Valerie Bertinelli when she starred as Barbara Cooper, the gorgeous girl-next-door on the hit CBS sitcom One Day at a Time. Now more than 40 years later, she discusses her journey towards living a healthy lifestyle and maintaining a positive mindset.
Now, more than ever, we need to harness the power of mindfulness. Learn how to feel better mentally, emotionally and physically by developing your own mindfulness practice to fit your lifestyle.
How is your heart health? Do you know? Mark Williams nearly died of a heart attack, even though he didn’t think he had any symptoms of heart disease before nearly losing his life. Now he’s sharing what he hopes every person learns from his near-death experience.