5 Ways to Stay Healthy and Fit in College

Many individuals consider the college experience to be quite exciting, with organizations to join, parties to attend, events to host, and of course classes...

5 Ways to Fight Post Partum Depression and Get Your Body...

1.  Permission to disengage.  If you are like most women, once you have a baby you are likely eager to go back to having...

Can Social Status Affect Your Immune Health

  A study wrote about in scientificamerican.com from Science looked at the correlation of macaques’ (monkeys) social status and immune health. They compared the macaques...

Posture and Optimal Function

There’s a lot more to posture than just sitting up straight. Our bodies contain twelve organ systems, and each one is subject to stimulation,...

How Mindfulness Can Reduce Negative Thought Patterns

In an article from forbes.com, Jeena Cho discusses how practicing mindfulness can actually reduce your negative thought patterns. So, what is mindfulness anyway? Jessica Bane-Robert...

The Importance of Annual Health Exams

It can be difficult to truly comprehend the importance of preventative health care, especially since it seems like a waste of time and money...

Why You Should Book Your Doctor’s Appointments Before the New Year

Waiting to start your diet on January 1st is a little different than waiting to book all of your doctor’s appointments, and here’s why. Starting...

RAISE YOUR TOXIN AWARENESS

Processed foods, air pollution, pesticides, refined sugar, minerals like mercury, crude oil products, disinfectants, sprays, petrochemicals—our surroundings and yes, our food and water are...

Mobile Healthcare Apps: Will They Replace Traditional Doctor Visits

Ever wonder if technology could replace traditional doctor visits? Well, you might be right! According to an article from huffingtonpost.com by Liana Werner-Gray, apps...

5 Ways Too Much Screen Time is Affecting Your Health

As tablets, iPods, laptops, mobile phones and other screen-based devices become more and more a natural part of our everyday lives, some have begun...