You know all those teachers and co-workers (and possibly even significant others) who have told you over the years to
It’s hard to believe it’s almost that time, but flu season (usually considered to begin in October) is coming fast.
HIT Consultant reports that “The release of the Apple Watch has heightened the conversation around wearable tech and the impact
The U.S. Surgeon General has launched a program to encourage more walking — Step It Up! The official call to action
U.S. News and World Report notes that in early 2012, “there were 13.7 million cancer survivors in the United States
This post from Kerry Clifford, a Registered Dietitian and Health Coach at Interactive Health, was recently published by the Chicago Academy
We often report on tips, news and lessons about maintaining proper diet and ways to stay fit — all part
We know workplace wellness programs are important at the office… what about on the way to the office? A new
The risks of too much sitting and not enough standing are much discussed on this blog — what we’ve often
Usually we offer guidance on how to make sure we all get enough exercise. Indeed, many of our posts have focused
Maybe it’s the messaging. Maybe it’s the weather. Maybe it’s the workplace wellness plans. No matter the reason, the bottom
Ted Talks are frequently inspiring. But here’s an important talk on health: “More women die of heart disease than men.