Mother nature is something special. We have variety of remedies right under our noses that our ancestors probably have used for centuries. With less on the shelves, sometimes you got to take measures in those natural ways. While consulting with a doctor is always a very good idea, there are a few strange-but-true remedies you […]

It’s been a minute now working from home full-time or for those with extended furloughs of being unemployed. You’re not in this alone, many people throughout the country are returning to the workplace states reopen. Are you feeling stress, anxiety or even want to return to work? What’s next? Eventually, we’ll all have to go […]

Too much tech can be bad for you!  A digital detox refers to a period of time when a person refrains from using tech devices such as smartphones, televisions, computers, tablets, and social media sites. “Detoxing” from digital devices is often seen as a way to focus on real-life social interactions without distractions. With unlimited access to smartphones, laptops, […]

American Heart Month presses on inside the month of February! It’s a great awareness and a good reminder to focus on your heart health.  The leading cause of death for both men and women in the U.S., is Heart disease.  However, there are steps you can take to reduce your risk. Some tips on how […]

It’s no secret Superfoods have taken a supersized role in the marketing of trending, health-centered food products.  It’s not officially recognized by U.S. Food and Drug Administration, but it is recognizable to increasingly health-minded consumers looking to supercharge their diets. The term “superfoods” is used to recognize a group of fruits, vegetables, grains, proteins and […]

Most might not know this, but sitting all day has a negative impact on your overall health! A sedentary lifestyle has been associated with higher mortality and disease rates. The negative health effects created by long hours of sitting down can be reduced by daily exercise. A certain amount of daily exercise can counter the […]

There are all sorts of new studies focusing on the benefits of using food as medicine and have made fascinating discoveries in the last decade. The results from prestigious labs all over the world show us that not only can you improve your general health to prevent disease… you can actively fight disease… with food. In fact, […]

Oscar-nominated director and screenwriter John Singleton long struggled with high blood pressure and suffered a massive stroke less than two weeks ago. He died Monday after being removed from life support, his publicist said. He was 51. A stroke, or “brain attack,” occurs when blood circulation to the brain fails. According to the American Heart […]

Gyms don’t always hand out a “Rules of Conduct” book when you join. You’re simply expected to act like a decent human being, clean up after yourself and generally behave. Problem is, common sense doesn’t necessarily reign in every fitness facility. If you use it, you wipe it. Be sure to sanitize!! Keep your eyes on your […]