Monday’s Huffington Post article on happiness may or may not surprise you, but it does reinforce some well documented theories that quality of health and regular exercise will leave you happier during middle age (as well as during all of life’s stages.)
The ages between 40 and 60 are highly transitional–With career changes,
Friday’s blog from Eating Well, brings up an interesting topic regarding who chooses what we eat and how much of it. While we don't want to be told what we can and cannot eat, we do assume that the foods that we purchase are safe for consumption. Many of the processed foods on our shelves are, theoretically, safe for consumption
All of our lives have gotten busier and if you’re working and caring for family, whether it be small children, aging parents or an ill spouse, it may be hard to imagine finding more time to care for yourself. The truth is, the most important thing you can do, for you and your family, is to invest
I’d like to send a shout out to all of you on Sharecare who’ve been taking this journey for the past year and a half. All of you who were inspired by Dr. Oz while watching his show, or checked out the site because a friend mentioned it, or truly all of you who were just looking to make a difference in
Every interactive website has a learning curve. This site is complex, but it doesn’t have to be complicated. It does require that you do some exploring and initially you’ll have to devote time to building your menu’s, building your exercise programs, and adding friends to your pages. While developing a program
Did you know that exercise is a fabulous stress reliever?
The next time you find yourself anxious, stressed or overwhelmed, take ten to fifteen minutes to stretch or take a walk. You may not feel you have time, but when we're stuck in the above emotions our bodies and minds shut down. We spend more time t
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