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Health Tip – Feb. 14 – How To Get More From...

Would you exercise longer and more effectively if competition were part of the experience? A study from Michigan State suggests that the best approach...

Health Tip – Jan. 28 – Exercise to Ward Off Dementia

As little as 30 minutes of exercise three times a week may cut the risk of dementia in seniors by 40 percent. This physical...

Health Tip – Dec. 24 – Exercise Intensity Cuts Heart Disease...

You can walk for an hour a day, but that won’t necessarily affect your risk of heart disease or stroke. But walking fast or...

Health Tip – Oct. 25 – Less Exercise Better For Weightloss

A new study from Denmark suggests that running, biking or rowing for 30 minutes daily when you’re trying to lose weight helps pare off...

Health Tip – Oct. 8 – Egg Yolks and Your Heart

Eating eggs regularly could be almost as bad for your heart as smoking, according to newly published data from the University of Western Ontario...

Health Tip – Oct. 3 – Even Temporary Weight Loss Decreases...

If you’re overweight, losing 10 percent of your weight (20 pounds if you weigh in at 200) may cut your risk of developing type...

Health Tip – Sept. 24 – What’s Really Wrong With Fast...

In addition to consuming oversize portions that quickly exceed a prudent calorie intake, eating too much fast food appears to dramatically raise the risk...

Health Tip – Sept. 7 – Sleep Shortage and Strokes

Losing out on sleep may increase the risk of having a stroke. This news comes from a study at the University of Alabama at...

Health Tip – June 14 – Nuts for Diabetes and Heart...

If you don’t go overboard, munching on nuts daily can help lower your risks of developing metabolic syndrome, type 2 diabetes and heart disease....

Health Tip – June 1 – Blueberries and Apples May Protect...

Here’s another good reason to eat plenty of fresh fruit. A new investigation from the Harvard School of Public Health shows that eating lots...