We all know sleep is very important for immune, physical and mental health because it’s the body’s period of restoration. But much research shows that the amount of rest we get each night has implications for weight loss and gain.
While breast feeding is one way that women can bond with their new babies, it can also be stressful.
For most of us, the holiday season, while wonderful, can be pretty tiring as we scramble to purchase gifts, plan holiday parties, and keep our sanity.
Humans have had pet canines for thousands of years, and there’s a reason why this perennial “world’s best pet” is human’s best friend around the world. In fact, 47 percent of households in the U.S. own at least one dog.
Dietary fat gets a bad rap, but there are several different types and not all are bad.
The questions arise occasionally: How much running is too much? Is running actually bad for your health?
Kids’ lives these days seem almost more busy and scheduled than ours are or ever were.
Proline-Rich Polypeptides are a mouthful to say, but if you don’t know what they are, you probably should – especially with cold and flu season upon us.
It’s that time of year again, when the leaves change to vibrant hues and the air turns crisp.
Appetite suppression isn’t something people should do frequently, but when you’re taking the leap and making drastic changes to your diet, those cravings for potato chips and chocolate cake can be strong.