There are limitless reasons to prioritize your health. From simply feeling better to saving money on healthcare costs, paying closer attention to your well-being will only enhance your quality of life. It’s a common misconception that it’s easier to be unhealthy than the other way around. There are many things you can do each day to put your health first.Continue Reading ->
For every person with cancer, there’s a different, unique story about how cancer affects people. This will be true in your case, and there’s a lot that will take you by surprise — in both positive and negative ways.
There’s still a lot of commonalities among patients’ experiences, and so there’s a lot you can do to get ready. Here are four such things, and what you can do to prepare.Continue Reading ->
With the New Year, comes the new year’s resolutions ideas. One consistent 2019 resolution that pops up is implementing healthy habits into everyday life. Why are we so consumed by the idea of living healthy? What keeps this goal out of reach? Maybe because of the popular opinion that healthy habits demand too much of our effort and time. Well, I’m not going to tell you what to do but I hope you don’t mind if I make some suggestions.Continue Reading ->
Ever feel kind of blue in the depths of winter when there’s no sun and the temperatures dip below freezing? It turns out, that’s not just a mood. There is a medical term for the winter blues and it affects an estimated 10 million Americans each year. Seasonal Affective Disorder or SAD is a type of depression that manifests during a specific season year after year. While there are people who experience SAD in the summer, the majority of cases occur in the winter months.