When you hear the term "arthritis," you probably imagine painful and stiff joints. While that is pretty accurate (arthritis literally means "joint inflammation"), there are actually over 100 different types of arthritis, which is... Read more
Many people struggle with pain. Whether it's short term from an injury or chronic due to disc issues, neuropathy or Fibromyalgia, we all want to find relief. Pain clinics and medical interventions are great places to begin, but some pain sufferer... Read more
So, you’re looking for a fast, portable and veggie-packed lunch that you can easily take with you to work. What’s the first thing that comes to mind? Salad, of course! Salads are versatile, quick to throw together, and jam-packed with nut... Read more
Working from home may seem like a dream. You have no boss popping up behind you. No employees to interrupt you with the latest office gossip. No donuts to avoid. But, working from home—with all of its perks and pluses—also presents some u... Read more
Work. It's where most of us spend the majority of our weeks. While that realization can be somewhat depressing, it also shows how your habits at work have a huge effect on your weight-loss goals. Sure, the office can be full of temptation--whethe... Read more
I work out after work and sometimes eat dinner before, sometimes after, depending on my hunger level. But I feel bad eating a big meal right before bed knowing I won't be working any of it off. I'm still inside my ranges, so is this an issue or not?... Read more
I have an hour at lunch time and would like to start doing something active during that time. I went walking yesterday, at a fairly brisk pace in a winter jacket. The challenge I have is how to avoid coming back in from my break sweaty and especially... Read more
If I work out too close to bed, I have this issue. However, allowing more of a "cool-down gap" between working out and going to bed solves it. I usually allow about 4 hours between end of workout and bedtime (I eat supper and read during this time).... Read more
Several times in the past week I've been rudely rebuked for saying "happy holidays". I'm told "it's not happy holidays, it's Merry Christmas". My response, not if you don't celebrate Christmas. Why is this such a divisive issue? Why do people car... Read more
If something or someone is giving you problems that are really bringing you down and you catch yourself saying or thinking negative things, follow that thought up with a positive one. Turn that negative thought into a positive one and get your atti... Read more
Break your two minutes of brushing time into 30 second segments. Do a wall sit during the first 30, rest during the second 30, wall-sit during the 3rd segment, and rest during the last. It makes sure you brush your teeth long enough, too!... Read more
Head hurts? Thankfully, there are a slew of tactics to try to feel better before you hit the pharmacy. From jamming to your favorite tunes to patching up the pain, these methods will work wonders.The psychologist says…Listen to your favorite m... Read more
By Sarah Jio via Woman's DayOh, the dreaded headache. The pounding. The tension. The pain. Whether you’re plagued with regular headaches or only get one every once in a while (let’s hope for the latter), we’ve rounded up the mos... Read more
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