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Living Well and It Shows

As an active woman in today's world it can be so difficult to find time to manage all the things you need for yourself as well as a career! This can be especially difficult when if comes to your health and well being as anybody who has tried to juggle career, family, and health knows all too well. It seems like every year there is some... [Continue Reading]

Equipping Your Winter Home Gym for Under $100

It's difficult to stay fit in winter if you're dependent on an outside gym. You have to brave the cold to get out, not to mention potentially combating snow to get to your gym. Once you're there, there are a lot fewer people, which can also decrease your motivation to show up. A lot of people simply stop going to the gym in winter. On... [Continue Reading]

Aerobic Indoor Exercises for Cold Weather

Aerobic exercise is great for your heart, great for burning calories and great for your health overall. According to the American Heart Association, a healthy adult should get at least 150 minutes of aerobic exercise every week. In other words, they recommend 30 minutes of exercise, five days a week. According to the AHA, dividing your... [Continue Reading]

Health and Workout Apps for Travelers

Most people travel during the holiday season to re-connect with their friends and family while others do it for vocational purposes and some just for business trips. While it can be good for your psyche, studies show that those who travel frequently tend to be the least healthy. First and foremost the journey itself can be stressful due... [Continue Reading]

How to Eat Healthy at the Office

For many of us, we spend most time of our day at work. Maintaining a healthy lifestyle might be even harder at the office. Here are some tips on how to eat healthy at your office. Thе Problem wіth Office Food It’s а common practice fоr offices tо provide free оr low cost snacks аnd drinks fоr employees. Different... [Continue Reading]

The Benefits of Tai Chi

What is Tai Chi? Tai chi is an ancient Chinese practice that combines deep breathing and relaxation with gentle, slow movements. Tai chi was developed as a martial art in China in the 13th Century; however, today it is practiced as a health promoting exercise the world over. The practice involves moving meditations, a very... [Continue Reading]

How tо Overcome Computer Rage

Yоu аrе busy working аt уоur PC, аnd аll оf а sudden, thе mouse pointer freezes, оr thе webpage уоu want tо access ѕееmѕ tо take forever tо load, оr уоu come face-tо-face wіth аn error message аnd саnnоt make heads оr tails оf іt, оr іn thе worst case, уоur computer crashes. Whаt's уоur first... [Continue Reading]

Wheelchairs in Public Transport | 6 Tips to Make Your Journey Easier

If you feel unusually restless about travelling in public transport and think you take up extra space with your own personal vehicle always around, you need not worry about that at all. With the regulations of public transport designs to cater to wheelchair bound people under way, it is essential to know you can easily travel and gain... [Continue Reading]

10 Tips to Take Care of Your Body As You Age

Aging can be defined in a lot of ways, however, to keep things brief, it can be referred to as progressive changes as you grow older. While the changes that are physiological that influence the age might derail the quality of life in your late 60s, 70s, and beyond from being what it was during your prime years, it is a naked truth that... [Continue Reading]

How to Get Ready For Radiation Therapy Treatment

If you have to undergo a radiation therapy, prior planning for immensely helps in the treatment. The whole team of your radiation therapy will meet you in order to mentally and physically prepare you for the treatment session. The team members will include: A radiation oncologist who’s a cancer treatment specialist and... [Continue Reading]