If your go-to relaxation technique is zoning out in front of the TV or playing games on your phone, you might not actually be doing much to fight the effects of stress.
You may think you need to completely cut fat out of your diet in order to eat healthy, but the truth is that your body needs dietary fat to function. Dietary fats give your body energy and support cell function, while body fat protects your organs and keeps your body warm.
What’s the most important part of your workout? It’s not how many miles you run or how many pounds you lift. It’s the warm-up you do before you begin exercising that can make or break your session.
A cough that won't quit, hoarseness, difficulty breathing. If you've ever experienced these symptoms, you may have assumed you were coming down with a cold or suffering from seasonal allergies — and you were probably right. However, if these symptoms continue for some time, they can also indicate a much bigger problem: lung cancer.
You probably think you keep a pretty clean house. You sweep your floors, wipe down your kitchen and bathroom surfaces regularly and maybe even do some dusting occasionally. But the truth is that most homes are filled with bacteria, and often in places you’d never expect.
Eating right is one of the most important things you can do to reduce your cancer risk. In honor of National Cancer Control Month, start making these changes in your eating habits to reduce your risk of cancer.
If you suffer from seasonal allergies, they probably tend to affect you the most during the spring, when trees, grasses and weeds all release pollen into the air. While there’s no cure for seasonal allergies, knowing the causes can help you manage your symptoms.
Did you know that smoking isn’t the only cause of lung cancer? While the vast majority of lung cancer cases (about 90 percent) can be attributed to smoking, about 10 percent of lung cancers occur in non-smokers.
Spring has sprung and summer is just around the corner. So why work out in a stuffy gym if you don’t have to? While a gym membership can allow you to exercise in comfort year-round, there are some benefits of outdoor exercise that going to the gym simply can’t provide.
Mohammad Ali. Michael J. Fox. Johnny Cash. Estelle Getty. Charles Schultz. What do all of these celebrities have in common? They all have or had Parkinson’s disease.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to step inside the human body? Attend Goshen Health’s free Head-To-Toe Health Experience on April 28, 2017, to get a fun, up-close-and-personal look at how your body works.