Think you’re eating all of the right foods for your weight loss goals? Physician, Dr. Josh Axe, explores the foods that could be killing your efforts.
Sounds like a beautiful trip, right? Well, I have a different story to tell. This one is muddy, literally. Team Adventure Yogis, that’s right, yogis can be adventurers and as it turns out, pretty fast runners too, were racing at the Ragnar Trail Relay in Zion.
There is no way to be truly prepared, but James Woodruff shares what he learned when his mother was diagnosed with cancer.
Are you getting enough sleep? If not, a power nap might be just what the doctor ordered. Nutrition expert, Yuri Elkaim, has the details.
Raad Rahman explores the difficulty in fighting HIV among South Asian migrant workers.
When you find something you love, you want to do it more and more. I’ve learned that some of us lack things that we love. I encourage you to search. Search high and low! Life is made up of experiences and if you are too busy trying to make money and buy things, you’re bound to continue filling an empty hole that will not give back what you put in.
You don’t have to keep the pain hidden. —- Your penis is probably one of your most valued possessions. But, what do you do when it starts to hurt? When have you, last heard a man complain about penis pain? It probably was not nearly as often as a woman complaining of vaginal pain, but […]
AIDS may not be the crisis-of-the-day, but Grace de Rond reminds us of how it still affects lives and how it can be prevented.
Caregivers are heroes among us. And every story can inspire, encourage, and inform others. We invite you to share your story.
Plant-based former pro athlete, Brendan Brazier, recommends these 10 nutrient dense foods for your pantry.
If you’re filling out a 1040EZ form this year, congratulations, and this post is not for you. But, if you’re like me, and you’re filling out your 1040 with a Schedule C, it’s the time to deal with higher cortisol levels.
Being a caregiver is a stress-filled full time job, Michael Stalter offers help on how to manage it all.
Keep your “why” in front of you all the time.
The pain is the easiest part.