Can you move regularly — even a lot — and still be considered “sedentary?” This fascinating question was raised by the New
We knew that sitting is the new smoking… might it also be tied to shorter life span? The American Journal of
Spring is just around the corner, which means (perhaps) we’re exiting another flu season. It also makes this a perfect
According to the National Institute of Mental Health, one in five people experience a mental illness at any given time.
Insomnia has been widely recognized as a rampant problem among the U.S. workforce. Its effects ranging from decreased concentration and
Ignoring the mind-body connection can exact a punishing toll on one’s health. In the workplace, lowered employee morale and absenteeism
To help people better recognize and achieve wellness – including in the workplace – the Substance Abuse and Mental Health
The Global Wellness Summit, which convened in Mexico City last November, focused on how leaders will push forward in 2016.
Luckily, the U.S. added Hawaii and Alaska as our last two states. Perhaps they can show the rest of us
The annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is the prime time when many companies release new technologies. This year,
What do the Mayo Clinic and Salvador Dali have in common? They both endorse sleep as a powerful component in
Examiner.com recently reviewed the “top 10 coming shifts in wellness” from the recent recent Global Wellness Summit in Mexico City.