Skip the summertime blues and make the most of the season with this guide to staying healthy in the warmer months.
No need to feel guilty: Taking a day off before you burn out can save your sanity and make you more productive.
Maintaining sanity when caregiving comes down to taking — taking care of yourself and your needs, that is. Here are five tips for doing just that.
Simple tips for keeping burns, bites and blemishes at bay during the sunny summer months.
Experts share tips to put spring in your step – and keep it out of your sinuses – during allergy season.
Tips, tricks and guidelines to keep your fridge clean and organized – and fresh foods within easy reach.
The doctor-patient relationship is a complex one. Four important questions that will help you find a provider you trust.
Experiencing decreased vision? It’s called presbyopia, and it’s part of the party that is middle age. How to deal with it, and what glasses to wear.
Try the ideas on this memory tip list to give yourself a brain boost.
A period of change is often just around the corner, but dealing with change can be extremely stressful. These tips for facing major life events, from moving to a new city to retirement planning to losing a loved one, will help to make the transition easier.
It can be challenging to practice healthy habits consistently. Learn the most important habits to cultivate and how to stay motivated.
Pack some "prevention" along with your suitcase in order to have a healthy vacation. Find out how to avoid getting sick when you travel.
A Guide to Healthy Summer Camping From healthy campsite food to camping safety tips, this expert advice will help ensure a great outdoor adventure.
Here are 13 things you can do to improve your work space that may result in a more relaxed, productive and healthy you.
Who says new year's resolutions are only appropriate in January? Great weather and a more predictable schedule make fall an opportune time to make plans for a healthy new start.
Does traveling upset your sleep schedule? Try these tips to wake up refreshed and enjoy a healthy vacation.
Although there's no sure-fire road map to breast cancer prevention, these good habits can help.
No, you don’t have to give up handshakes. But you’d do well to follow the well-sanitized lead of germophobes to sidestep the crud.
Sometimes you need to get away, but you don't have the time or money. Don't despair: A mental vacation can help reduce your stress.
Let in more light with these tips for dealing with diminishing daylight.