Wellness Hub

Exercise: Don't go it alone

We’ve all been there—those days when your get-up-and-go went elsewhere, leaving you with a long list of possible excuses not to exercise. From “I have other more important things to get done today” to “It’s raining” or “Skipping one day...Read more

Diabetes prevention: Saved by a screening

The word “sweet” is deeply woven into our vocabulary as a descriptor of satisfaction and pleasure: Sweet as pie, sweet as honey, sweet natured.

But when it’s linked with sugar, sweet also can be a culprit, as Doris Oberholzer, 71,...Read more

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How to avoid stealth sodium

One of the biggest risk factors for heart disease and stroke is high blood pressure, or hypertension, a condition that also can lead to vision loss, osteoporosis, and kidney disease. While there are many things that contribute to hypertension, too...Read more

Tips for saving money on food while improving health

For National Nutrition Month this March, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics is focused on the theme “Go Further With Food,” an idea with several meanings. One is to choose foods that will help maintain your energy for longer...Read more

5 Ways to Make New Year's Resolutions Stick

Let’s kick off 2018 with a success story — your story. Whether you are trying to lose weight, exercise more, stop smoking, or reduce stress, these five tips can help you start your new path to a healthier life.Read more