Celebrity couch and fitness adviser Lani Muelrath shares insights into how to tone bodies and flatten tummies using simple and quick exercises that can be done anywhere, anytime. (www.lanimuelrath.com)
Cardiologist Dr. James Marcum answers the most pressing questions posted on the Heartwise Ministries Website. (www.heartwiseministries.org)
It’s not only what we eat, it’s what we don’t eat that can make all the difference. This is the messaged heralded by physician and author Dr. John McDougall who runs a live-in health-restoring center in Santa Rosa, California. Through his Web site, books, and media appearances, he shares the fact that, when it comes to health, “It’s the food!” (drmcdougall.com)
Animals have long served as test subjects for many painful and dangerous diseases as well as their attempted cures. That is changing, thanks to the work of people like Dr. John Pippin from the Washington, D.C.-based Physician’s Committee for Responsible Medicine. Soon we can all say with pride, “No animal was harmed to bring about my healing.” (pcrm.org)
Long nights. Short days. For many, this is a recipe for depression. Add to that New Year’s resolutions that have fallen by the wayside, and our mental health can take a hit. Dr. Gregory Jantz, founder director of the Center for Counseling and Health Resources in Seattle, shares practical tips for chasing away the winter blues. (aplaceofhope.com)
Many of us seem to have a death wish. But Dr. Michael Greger offers insights and hope. His new book How Not to Die pulls back the curtain separating hype from truth and shows us how to prolong life and reschedule our own demise. (nutritionfacts.org)
The Bible offers amazing insights into how the Creator designed us to live healthfully. His Biblical Prescriptions are just a valid and needed today as they were in the Garden of Eden. Dr. James Marcum, founder director of Heartwise Ministries, offers scientific evidence that proves that our Creator knew—and knows—best.
World class ultra-runner grew up enjoying the standard American diet. But then he discovered a way to eat that carried him to a whole new level of performance and he hasn’t looked back since.
Hurting hearts often need more than modern medicine. They may need a modern God. Dr. Peter Landless considers building and maintaining optimum health more than a physical journey. He suggests that it’s a spiritual exercise as well.
The word “hormone” is usually connected with puberty, gender differences, or even night sweats. Naturopathic doctor Holly Lucille says that hormones of the right type in the right amounts has everything to do with digestion as well.
Many are prisoners of what Peg Haust-Arliss calls “Anxiety State Prison.” She should know. She used to be a full-time inmate there. But, thankfully, times have change for her and she wants everyone to know that escape is possible. As a licensed psychotherapist, Peg offers a practical plan.
Alzheimer's disease is a devastating progressive condition that robs people of their past and, ultimately, their present. And it's on the rise. Is there anything we can do to help stem that terrible tide? Anne Bunner, Ph.D, provides insights and answers concerning the saddest disease on earth.
In New York State, a not-for-profit organization is making inroads into the health of children attending school. What they’ve done and what they’ve learned can help make schoolchildren everywhere healthier and smarter. Amie Hamlin, executive director of The Coalition for Healthy School Food shares insights and suggestions.
Most of us grin and bear it—this life we live. But there are some among us who look at life and decide that they’re simply not up to the task and find themselves sinking into deep depression. Dr Gregory Jantz, a certified eating disorder specialist, certified chemical dependency counselor, and a nationally certified psychologist offers a place of hope.
Ipods, Ipads, smart phones, laptops, tablets, WII-FI, streaming content. We’re drowning in a digital sea! Dr. Rose Gamblin insists that all of those zeros and ones blasting into our lives may not be in the best interest of our physical and mental health.