It seems that the more weight you lose, the harder your body fights to hold on to the calories it gets. That's usually when you hit the infamous weight-loss plateau. Luckily, you can boost your metabolism to keep shedding weight.
Fruit is a treat you might already enjoy, but luckily, some fruits are also highly beneficial for your heart. If you aren't eating much fruit, try incorporating these five fruits to stay heart-healthy.
Depression can have all sorts of effects on you: from your mood to your cognitive abilities, it can slow you down in so many unexpected ways. Here are a 6 handy tips to help treat the symptoms of this disease.
Stress can affect your health in more ways than one: it can lead to weight gain, insomnia and other more severe conditions such as heart disease. Here are 4 simple ways to help beat stress for a healthier life.
If you find yourself eating to numb how you feel inside, not because you're actually hungry, you may be what's referred to as an "emotional eater". Here are 6 tips that could help you get it under control.
Is it realistic to try to lose one pound of body weight per week? For most people, the answer is yes. Though you can do this any time throughout the year, weight loss is a popular New Year's resolution, and losing a pound a week is achievable.
There's no one morning routine that will make everyone productive, but there are some general rules that work wonders in giving you a productivity boost. Read on for tips on staying energized all day and focusing with your eyes on the prize.
Stress seems like a horrible fact of modern life. But, a lot of the stress we feel comes from things we do every day but might not really think much about. Here are thirteen ways to reduce your stress.
There’s no question the benefits of yoga are plentiful. That's why countless people worldwide practice this healing art form for its many physical, spiritual and mental rewards. Here’s what you should know so you can also make the most of this ancien
The signs don’t lie: you wake up with a runny nose, an irritated throat, and the deep desire to never leave your bed. It’s official: you have a cold or the flu. It thus comes as no surprise that the average adult catches two to four of them a year.