Good health is vital to balancing the demands of work, home, school, church and community. You don’t have to make sweeping changes overnight to start becoming a healthier version of yourself. Learning something new and adjusting what you’re already doing can offer immediate rewards and long-term benefits. We hope you find our wellness tips helpful.
Making a colonoscopy appointment isn’t anyone’s idea of fun. In fact, an estimated 40 percent of people at risk for colon cancer refuse or never consider screening, despite the effectiveness and simplicity of the 30-minute procedure.
As the world continues into another year of its “new normal,” the challenges presented by COVID-19 weigh on everyone. Even as more and more people are being vaccinated every day, maintaining a balance between social distancing and interaction is difficult.
Your heart works vigorously to regulate blood flow and ensure the body dispels waste, regulates oxygen and carbon dioxide, and provides nutrients vital to the success of all other organs. Heart health is paramount to overall body health.
Whether you’re interested in yoga and Pilates, high intensity interval training (HIIT) workouts or live and on-demand fitness classes, benefits to virtual exercise platforms include scheduling flexibility, endless variety, and often a cheaper price point than full-service gyms or personal training.
Sleep apnea is a type of sleep disorder characterized by pauses in breathing during sleep. Forty percent of adults sleep less than 7 hours each weeknight, and 74 percent of adults experience sleeping problems a few nights a week.