If you’ve ever thought, “Oh, I wish I could eat more locally grown foods but it’s just too hard,” Vicki Robin has some news for you — you can do it. Get her tips for eating closer to home and what it can teach you about your community and yourself.
Need another compelling reason to lose weight? Not only could it be impacting your health today, it could keep you from recovering from future illnesses and injuries.
We’ve all heard the stories about the obesity epidemic, but do you really know just how much of an impact your weight can have on your long-term health? Cynthia Buffington, Ph.D., a cancer survivor, explains what you need to know about your risks.
Osteoporosis is called the silent disease because it shows little or no symptoms, but it affects an alarming number of women. Florida Hospital’s Alexis Saire explains what you need to know, how to protect yourself and what role fitness plays.
What’s the No. 1 chronic condition in this country? One of the world’s most recognized and respected doctors explains why so many patients are undiagnosed and how it’s crippling our nation. Learn how to follow a do-it-yourself health plan.
The man who coined the phrase “ageism” has died at the age of 83 of leukemia. Just days before his death, he revealed to us his 8 tips for living a long life, and the exciting news is YOU have the power to age well.
Dr. Robert Huizenga has a harsh truth for every American — you’re living in a state of denial about your weight. Huizenga, who is the medical adviser for “The Biggest Loser,” says it’s time to stop making excuses.
She’s been called the Prophet of Consumption Downsizers, and she’s here to help you reset your priorities and regain control of your finances.
If you’re struggling with health and nutrition, Dr. Kessler has advice for identifying your triggers, understanding the science, and getting over the idea that willpower alone is enough.
The woman who urged us to “stop the insanity” dropped off the national radar 10 years ago. She’s back with a new look, a new platform but the same powerful message: there are no shortcuts in life.