To Your Health Newsletter

To Your Health Newsletter

January, 2017 (Vol. 11, Issue 02)
Back Pain & Risk of Falling:
A Dangerous Combination

In our last edition, we featured research suggesting chronic back pain may lead to mental health problems including depression, stress and even psychosis. But the reality gets more grim, particularly if you're a senior: Back pain may increase the risk of falling, and when you're older, that can be a serious health issue with serious consequences.

Weatherproof Your Body This Winter

4 Ways to Take Care of Your Skin

Slowing Down Fast Food

Healthier Solutions for You and Your Children

Do It Right

Five Common Fitness Mistakes That Can Slow Your Progress

Help Your Body Use Energy

Maximize Metabolism With a Healthy Thyroid

Standing vs. Sitting: Which Is Best?

Prolonged sitting, which too many of us do for too long at work every day, has been implicated as a serious health risk. But is standing all day any better? Let's examine the sitting vs. standing issue, including the value of standing desks, stability ball chairs and other ergonomic tools.

3 Tips to Tip the Scales (in the Right Direction)

Weight loss is a big buzzword these days, and even more so during the first few months of the year. But by year's end (or sooner), many people will have abandoned their weight-loss goals and resigned themselves to revisiting their weight next year. Here's how to change that.

Trouble Hearing? Pain Meds Could Be to Blame

Hearing loss is no laughing matter; in fact, if you experience partial or total hearing loss, laughter and other sounds that make life so enjoyable may become a heartbreaking thing of the past. A new study suggests long-term use of over-the-counter pain relievers may be one of the causes.

5 Foods You Should Eat Every Day

Stock your fridge with these five foods and eat them every day (or at least most days) to optimize your health.

How to Avoid Fitness Failures

Whether new to the gym environment or a regular attendee, you won't succeed if you make these mistakes.