If you’re telling your grandkids to get their fingers out of their mouths, you might want to reconsider.
Last week, a study published in the journal Pediatrics indicated that children who suck their thumbs or bite their nails are significantly less... Read More
If you want to slim down and drop the circumference of your waist, you might want to think about increasing your water intake.
Although this might sound like old news, a brand-new study is backing the idea that the better hydrated you are, the less l... Read More
You know those summer weekends away when the only food groups seem to be steaks, burgers, sausages, and veggies and dip? I know I do, I just lived through one.
If you’re concerned about heart disease, those weekends seem pretty scary—and they can... Read More
For years you’ve been told to drink eight glasses of water a day and to avoid coffee, alcohol, and sugary drinks so as not to become dehydrated. And, of course we’ve all been told that water is the best way to stay hydrated. But an important new ... Read More
Independence Day just passed, and I hope you created some great new memories. And I also hope you took a moment to think about your own independence.
As you’ve gotten older, you might have noticed that some of your friends’ lives have changed dra... Read More
When people think about dieting, they think about subtraction. “I can’t eat that,” “I have to reduce my calories,” or “I have to have less of this,” are all common phrases uttered by dieters.
But dropping a few pounds might not require ... Read More
You’ve heard that your lifestyle plays an instrumental role in your health.
The choices you make can impact the likelihood of developing cancer or heart disease, being overweight, and dying.
But new research is showing just how big of a difference ... Read More
You’ve heard about how dangerous the sun can be, especially when it comes to your skin. It’s no secret that direct sun exposure can increase your chances of skin cancer, while causing skin to look dry and weathered.
But the results of a new study... Read More