Kids are especially prone to colds and stomach bugs. That may be because the one “organ” we acquire after we’re born, our gut microbiome, is still a work in progress.
There are good reasons for letting your doctor know what supplements you’re taking, especially if you also happen to be taking prescription medications. Here are some suggestions on how to start the conversation.
We’re all busy, especially when we’re at work. Deadlines, meetings, and just dealing with our daily to-do list can lead us to neglect our own health—even if we happen to work in a health-related field. Here are ten simple self-care tips to help keep you healthy at work.
You’ve just given birth, and everyone’s attention—including yours—is on your newborn. Here are some simple tips for taking care of your own health during this critical time.
One in 68 children in the U.S. is diagnosed with autism, yet most of us don’t know much about the disorder. Learn about resources for families of autistic children, and how you can help make their lives a little easier.
Reading the fine print on the back of a supplement label—and understanding it—can feel like a task that you’d rather skip. Don’t. Know what to look for instead.
Relationships—whether romantic or social—can have a profound, positive impact on our physical health and emotional well-being. Learn how those closest to you can actually help you live longer.
Don’t abandon those freshly made new year’s resolutions just yet. Learn a few simple tricks for turning your wellness goals into lifelong, healthy habits.
The transition from holiday season to a brand new year can sometimes feel a little… abrupt. Here are some simple ways to support a healthy mood and stay upbeat after the lights and decorations come down, from checking your shadow to making time for human connection.