- Q How can I be healthier?
Dr. Mehmet Oz, CardiologyBeing healthy has many components - from avoiding certain foods to getting regular exercise.Dr. Oz asks his expert panel (Dr. Lee, Dr. Cass, Dr. Richardson) their secret weapons for good health in this video. Full Answer
- Q How can I make a New Year’s resolution I’ll actually keep?
Dr. John Norcross, PsychologyResearch studies show what separates successful from unsuccessful resolvers. Here are some tips:• Make realistic, attainable goals. Vague goals beget vague resolutions. Grandiose goals beget resignation. • Develop a specific action plan. What,... Full Answer
- Q Should I make a commitment to change my breathing habits?
Pam Grout, Alternative & Complementary MedicineThe answer to whatever weight issue ails you is as simple as changing the way you breathe. What do you have to lose? It doesn't take long - certainly not more than fifteen minutes a day - to try the exercises. If you don't notice any positive changes in... Full Answer
- Q What is a simple, inexpensive way to improve my health?
Dr. Michael Roizen, Internal MedicineThe following are some inexpensive ways to improve your health: Always buy vegetables and fruit in season. This old-fashioned wisdom guarantees the best produce for the least coin. And peak produce is easy to spot. Just look for whatever's most... Full Answer
- Q How can I improve my health?
Dr. Robin Miller, Integrative MedicineThe best way to improve your health is to eat a healthy diet, achieve a healthy level of fitness and a normal weight and never smoke or quit smoking if you do. For many years we have known that the majority of premature deaths in the US are related to... Full Answer
- Q What are the benefits of making a to-do list?
Dr. Vonda Wright, Orthopedic SurgeryMaking lists not only de-clutters your brain and frees up mental energy, but it maximizes your use of "found time." Found time are those 15 minutes you have because your meeting finished early, an appointment cancelled, or you are waiting for... Full Answer