In her 60s, Sharon Hernstadt went from a cardiac patient to a world powerlifting champion. Check out how she found the strength to inspire us all.
You’ve probably been hearing a lot about the power of meditation during stressful times like these, but does it actually work? In this article, Dan Harris of ABC discusses how he turned his skepticism into a daily mediation practice.
Growing Bolder Founder/CEO, Marc Middleton shares an inspiring perspective on this current pandemic.
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.
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.
Culinary medicine is a field that is growing in credibility and popularity. Find out how why more and more doctors are prescribing specific foods for health and learn how to incorporate better cooking and eating habits into your daily life from one of the nation’s top experts in the field.
Multiple research studies have shown that a regular stretching routine can keep your muscles strong and flexible, helping to reduce injuries and tension, improve circulation and lower your overall stress. So why don’t more of us do it more often? Step inside a class designed to help you stretch your body, mind and spirit and see how simple it is to change your life.
When you or a loved one is sick, chances are the very first thing you do is type in your symptoms online to get some advice. But could this habit make you sicker? A medical school librarian explains how to become a better informed online health sleuth.