Winter skin woes are common, with the vast majority of Americans believing that their skin feels differently during the winter than it does the rest of the year. In this article, board-certified dermatologist Dr. Shari Marchbein provides five simple skincare tips to help fight dry and itchy skin brought on by winter.
Brian Zehetner, Planet Fitness' Director of Health and Fitness, helps cut through the noise by synthesizing what he sees as five major fitness trends that are likely to make the biggest impact in the future.
So, how did you really sleep last night? If you can't answer "great," then there's room for improvement! With sleep deprivation, you are likely jeopardizing performance, increasing accident risks and putting everyone in danger during commutes. Getting enough sleep every night is key to improving productivity, safety and quality of life. This article offers some tips to make sleep work for you.
Amy Blankson is the CEO of Fearless Positivity and author of The Future of Happiness. She believes that "no matter where your baseline for happiness is today, you can always increase your overall happiness level." In this article, Blankson offers some insight into simple ways you can inject positivity into your day.
Most people believe that a young age means good or even great health. You might be surprised to discover that many conditions and diseases that are typically associated with older age often begin during childhood or the young adult years. You may even develop symptoms during your young- or middle-adult years. These three conditions could affect your health earlier than you might think.
Sitting for a long period of time can lead to some adverse health effects. According to a recent survey commissioned by Preparation H, 63% of Americans admit that staying seated for an extended period has resulted in butt pain or discomfort. The following tips will help you diminish the harmful, but common, side effects of sitting and highlight how to give your backside the break it deserves.