Break for Exercise

January 16, 2017
Do your children like to veg out in front of screens for hours at a time? If so, interrupt them! Brief intervals of exercise during otherwise sedentary periods might protect children against...  Read More »

Pregnancy Brain

January 5, 2017
Ever hear a pregnant woman blame a lapse of memory on “pregnancy brain”? Come to find out, it's a real, good, thing. A new study, published in the journal Nature Neuroscience, shows that pregnancy...  Read More »

5 Tips for a Healthy New Year

January 4, 2017
New Year’s is a time when millions of Americans focus on their health. Resolutions often center on major life changes — getting in shape or starting a new diet — but what about the smaller steps that...  Read More »

Trust Your Gut

January 12, 2017
It must have been something you ate. Or was it? Although gastrointestinal troubles — constipation, bloating, heartburn or diarrhea — are common, they also can be a red flag that something more...  Read More »

Adult Immunizations

January 9, 2017
You might think that the vaccines you received as a child will protect you for the rest of your life. But, the benefits of some vaccines fade throughout time. Plus, some vaccines are offered only to...  Read More »
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