October is breast cancer prevention month so we thought we’d share some life-saving tips. There are some risk factors that you can’t prevent, such as gender, age and genetics, but here’s what you can do.
Make sun safety a daily habit and protect yourself from skin cancer, which is the most common form of cancer in America. Here are a few facts about sunblock that will help you choose the right one for your skin.
It's Valentine's Day. View today (and by that turn, every day) as an opportunity to do something, no matter how small, that says to someone, anyone, to ourselves, “You are loved.”
According to the American Heart Association, heart disease is the primary killer of both men and women in most developed countries. The good news is that cardiovascular disease is almost entirely preventable, and in some cases, reversible! Learn how to improve heart health with these five tips.
Healthy living tips to help you achieve New Year's resolution success for the remainder of the year.
Resolution snags to watch out for and tips to help you not only keep your resolutions in 2014 but also ROCK them.
Helpful hints to keep holiday stress at bay!
The fall season brings shorter nights and busy holiday schedules which can be stressful. Here are some successful strategies to keep your cool.
We all know the stats. About one in eight women will develop breast cancer in her life. Here are some precautions to minimize your risk.
There is nothing better than getting a good sweat on! It releases toxins, soothes muscles and even creates softer, smoother skin.