A disease rarely seen in North America has reared its head recently and prompted the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to issue several advisories over the past few weeks and now the diseases is expected to spread to most of the U.S.
Yoga enriches the body and the soul -- or so they say. One thing's for sure, though: Looking at these poses gone wrong will enrich your soul — through laughter.
Feeling tired and sad this winter? It could be the fact that there are no more pumpkin spice lattes, realizing summer is still a far way off, or you could sufferer from SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder). With a fitting acronym, SAD symptoms include low energy, over-sleeping, depression, and fatigue. Sound familiar?
Years before their children enter kindergarten, mothers can do something that will help their kids perform better in school: Eat fish.
It is almost the end of January, and we all know that one of our top new year’s resolutions was to go to exercise more. It also was probably the resolution that got broken the fastest.
Getting enough iron might not be on our “to do” lists, but if your body is not getting enough iron you might not feel like doing anything. Iron is the most common nutrient deficiency in the U.S. In fact, approximately 10 percent of women are iron deficient.
The United Nations wants you to check your pulse.
BRUNSWICK - Effective Jan. 1, the Beach Monitoring and Notification Program began using a new bacterial level threshold - recommended by the Environmental Protection Agency - in order to determine when swimming advisories should be issued.
If you're one of Netflix's 40 million subscribers (or one of the many others who mooch off one of those subscriber's accounts) you've probably done your fair share of Netflix bingeing. While it's becoming more and more common, a new study from the journal JAMA Psychiatry published findings that the growing popularity of bingeing on your favorite TV shows on Netflix and other streaming sites isn't so great for your cognitive function as you age.
When Giacomo Fasano took up running 10 years ago, the New Jersey writer was hoping to improve his fitness. He didn’t know he was about to improve his spiritual life as well.
If you want to lose weight when you work out, you’re in luck: Science has just found the right time for you to eat when you want to hit the gym and burn fat.
The pizza, the salami sub, the cheese-covered tater tots — they’ve got to go, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Thursday.
Bad news for pizza lovers: The Food and Drug Administration says the classic cardboard pizza box is almost as bad for us as the gooey, saturated fats that sit inside it.
It’s 6 a.m. again and you’re lying in bed wondering how many times you can press the snooze button. Next thing you know you’re downing a cup of coffee while buttoning your shirt and checking emails before you rush to the office. Sound familiar?
The average American adult will sneeze and sniffle through two head colds this year; the average child, up to a dozen. Then there is the bewildering minority who seem to never get sick, the enviable few who breathe through both nostrils all winter.
In a society rampant with “you shouldn’t eat that” messaging, figuring out what to eat can be a trip down negativity lane.