Type the word “stress” into your Internet browser and you’ll get 755 million results. That’s a lot of information. But at this point it shouldn’t really be a surprise that stress is rampant in our modern, technology-dependent, busy-24/7 culture – and also that it causes problems for
For some time now, researchers across the US have noticed a disturbing trend: the incidence of heart attacks increases during the winter holiday season. Here are our top tips to help you take a load off and have a heart-healthy holiday season. Read more...
This is a difficult time of year for our physical and mental health, not to mention the waistline. Family dinners, holiday parties and open houses characterize the diet-busting month between November 25 and December 25. To make matters worse, for most of us, the time in between eating and drinking events is usually spent at our desks working, or behind a computer screen helping Santa out with a little online shopping. So, how do we combat the assault on our well-being over the holiday season? Janine Dilger explains.