Finding the motivation to start working out is not an easy feat on most days. Sprinkle in 2020, and all of a sudden, things just feel even harder. These days, we’ve all become accustomed to a life that largely takes place at home. Yet, we crave movement, routine, and to get back to a life…
Since we recently celebrated dads around the world for Father’s Day, now is the perfect time to remind those we love to stay fit and healthy. Why? So we can continue spending time with them for years to come, of course! Here are our top men’s health tips for dads (but really anyone can benefit)…
What could be better for you than New Year’s resolutions that will bring health and harmony to your life? Here’s a list to help you get started.
The development of arterial plaque is a loud wake-up call that says change is needed now. Find out the best interventions for restoring your health.
Papaya contains special natural medicine that heals prostate cancer and cancers of the breast and ovaries. And there’s a whole lot more.
Jock itch is bothersome and irritating whether you are male or female, but it can be dealt with effectively by using natural substances. Here’s how.
Sulfites and nitrates are two of the most common food preservatives. Find out how they can create an inflammatory response that causes allergic reactions.
Both men and women can suffer from athlete’s foot, but it is easily healed without a trip to the drugstore. Here are the best remedies for athlete’s foot.
Feel like you’ve run out of gas? Revitalize and energize with Coenzyme Q10, a vitamin-like substance that safeguards the heart too.
This study conducted by Harvard Medical School, Harvard School of Public Health, and Brigham and Women’s Hospital documents the benefit of multivitamins.