- December 3rd, 2013Avoid hazards in your home with these tips from Mister Sparky
For many the time after Thanksgiving is filled with parties, entertaining, and decorating. Data from the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) shows that with the holidays also come an increase in home fires. The most common causes involve cooking, Christmas trees, candles, and holiday decorations.
- December 3rd, 2013
When it’s cold outside, thoughts turn to hot chocolate—and how to jazz up the typical hot chocolate. The experts at Milk Unleashed point out that it’s just as easy to make an extra special mug of delicious, nutritious hot chocolate.
Revealing Myths And Facts About Holiday Weight Gain, Growing Naturals Launches “Winter Weight Challenge” To Educate On Satiation Properties Of ProteinDecember 2nd, 2013Enter to win Yoga Works membership and rice and pea protein
On the eve of the biggest gastronomic pleasure season of the year, Growing Naturals, makers of allergen-friendly rice and pea protein, are proclaiming both good and bad news: significant holiday weight gain is a myth, but for those already overweight (Body Mass Index 25-29%) and obese (BMI + 30%), holiday binging will adversely affect their waistline more than those who are an average weight.
- December 2nd, 2013Protect your feet from this painful condition
As the festive fall/winter holidays approach, overindulgence in holiday cheer can put your feet at risk for a gout attack, a painful condition brought on when uric acid builds up and crystalizes in and around your joints.
- December 2nd, 2013
One of the most bothersome symptoms of menopause for many women is menopause weight gain. As hormone levels begin to change, many women begin to experience an increase in abdominal fat. Dr. Shoreh Ershadi explains how women can fight menopausal weight gain and other common symptoms.
- December 2nd, 2013
Healthy adults who consumed energy drinks high in caffeine and taurine had significantly increased heart contraction rates one hour later, according to a study presented today at the annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA).
- December 2nd, 2013Thousands participate in BCBS’ innovative “Maintain, Don’t Gain” Challenge
A leading national ‘Blue’ health insurance organization is taking an innovative and fresh approach to holiday stress and eating, with more than 2,000 of its members already signed up for an innovative weight-management program this holiday season.
- December 2nd, 2013New research from Harvard University published in New England Journal of Medicine
In a large new study, observational researchers at Harvard University looked at how eating nuts may help reduce the risk of mortality, finding that those who ate nuts daily, such as pistachios, saw health benefits nearly double.
- November 27th, 2013
As Americans sit down to enjoy Thanksgiving dinner, they often wish their family and friends good health and a long life. Good news! With nuts like almonds on the table, these sentiments are more than just a traditional toast.
- November 27th, 2013Holidays find half of potentially eligible adults 60+ are food insecure & not receiving SNAP
Older relatives gathering with family and friends in New York for holiday meals, may be facing a harsh reality in their own homes—hunger. Senior hunger is soaring in the state, and, according to AARP, so are the barriers to getting help. In a new report, the Association has recommendations to change that.