Top 10 Healthy Tips for 2018 Include Not ‘Drinking’ Your Fruit, 10,000 Steps a Day and Maintaining a Gratitude Attitude

Source: University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center Roy Buchinsky, MD, director of wellness at University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center and the Robert and Susan Hurwitz Master Clinician in Wellness, has these 10 tips to help maximize your chances of a long, strong and resilient life. #1 “If the food is white, it’s …

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5 Ways Strength Training Boosts Female Power and Confidence

About a year ago, I made a change in my regular exercise routine. I’m now convinced it was the best change I’ve made since I started yoga in my later twenties. It started when I was visiting my younger brother at my parents’ house last summer. He’s in the Air …

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A Picture of Health

What does “healthy” look like to you? There’s a thousand answers to that question depending on who you ask, for example someone who has always battled their weight might picture “healthy” as being thinner. Someone with a health complication might think that “healthy” looks like not having to take any …

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Turmeric: What is it, and why is everyone putting it in their tea?

If you’re tuned in to the online world of wellness or culinary publications you’ve probably seen turmeric pop up as a main ingredient more frequently. As someone who loves to cook, I’ve only used turmeric in recipes that aim to pack a spicy punch or in Indian dishes, but I’ve …

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Great Skin from the Inside Out

One of the biggest conversations surrounding the topic of aging is the aesthetic changes that occur along with it. The beauty sector is saturated with products to help women fight the signs of aging, but before that issue occurs there are still tons of products aiming to reduce pores, banish …

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“If Only…” – 6 Steps to Preventing a Fall

Did you know September is National Fruits and Veggies Month, Self Improvement Month and World Alzheimer’s Month? And that’s just a few of them. Although these issues should be made aware all year, the awareness months/weeks/days are to serve the purpose of focusing the frequency of conversation to specific time …

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A Picture of Health

What does “healthy” look like to you? There’s a thousand answers to that question depending on who you ask, for example someone who has always battled their weight might picture “healthy” as being thinner. Someone with a health complication might think that “healthy” looks like not having to take any …

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