HEALTH
Live Like Donald Trump

So you’re done with the family reunions and now holiday stress has been replaced by work stress and you’re realizing you’re more ready than ever for a massage. In fact, one a day sounds good right about now Is this even possible on a less…

Free Health Screenings at Crowell Public Library

Huntington Hospital Community Outreach nurses want to empower all members of the community to enjoy the healthiest lifestyle possible. Beginning Friday March…

Heart Health

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), heart disease is the leading cause of death in the U.S. Many of us know…

Why Seniors Should Start Swimming

A new study suggests that the only type of exercise that lowers older adults’ risk of falls is swimming. Researchers in Australia…

Parents Report: The Nontoxic War Against Lice

It used to be that you had to pour lots of poisonous chemicals onto your child’s head to get rid of the super-resilient bugs we…

Two-Woman Yoga Studio Empowers Community

“Our passion is to build community,” said Kimi Cantrell, co-founder of Rose City Yoga. “We’re not just another yoga studio.” Melanie Colbrunn…

Three Dental Myths Debunked

Your mouth can speak volumes about your overall health. With this in mind, here are five common dental myths. 1. Sugar is the main cause…

Hot Yoga Pasadena Enters its 19th Year in Pasadena Healing Bodies and Changing Lives

Hot Yoga Pasadena is so excited to enter its 19th year of bringing the Original Hot Yoga to the San Gabriel Valley.…

Why You Should Take Preventative Health Screenings Seriously

The concept of ‘managing your health’ or ‘staying healthy’ often translates to eating healthy and regular exercise, while going to the doctor associated with being…

How the Farmers Market Can Help You Lose Weight

Losing weight and eating healthy are probably the two most common New Year’s Resolutions. This year, make those resolutions into realities by choosing to eat more plants. Although fad diets may be tempting, they almost always backfire – the real way to get healthy is to load your plate with low calories, nutrient-rich foods like fresh fruits and vegetables. The FDA recommends five servings of fruits and vegetables a day but, according to the latest data, 75 percent of Americans fall short. The Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics found that filling up on fruits and veggies can…

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