Secrets to Staying Healthy & Happy
I’ve never been a huge salt person, but I have one friend that I always worry about for putting salt on everything. (She could be in this picture, whereas the concept of putting salt on pizza is very strange to me.) It seems I’m in the minority, though. Sunday, May 17 was World Hypertension Day, […]
Throughout the month of May (Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month), I’ll be taking the "My Month with MS" Challenge. I accepted the challenge 1) because I’m almost always up for a challenge, and 2) because after recently learning that a friend of a friend was diagnosed (he’s just 28), I’ve become aware of just how common […]
Acne at any age is upsetting, but new research suggests it can push people into clinical depression. Here’s what you need to know about your risk.
It seems totally counterintuitive: just as the sun comes out and the temperatures rise, the experts tell us to exercise indoors. Dr. Ronald Crystal, chief of pulmonary and critical care medicine at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center, says outdoor pollutants such as ozone, fine particulate matter, and carbon monoxide from car exhaust and cigarettes can […]
My husband and I had the good fortune to be in Florida last week for a few days’ break. We stayed on the Gulf Coast, near St. Petersburg, and I have to say it was WONDERFUL to feel the warm air and sunshine after what felt like such a long winter this year. And there’s […]