To Your Health Newsletter
- Article Index
- Worried About Your Kids' Screen Time? It's Bothering Them, Too
- It's Time to Show Yourself a Little Love
- Eat to Win
- Ready for the New Year?
- Close Your Eyes and Get Healthy
- The Problem With Surgery for Back Pain
- K2: Anti-Aging Nutrient
- Give Diabetes a 1-2 Punch With Exercise
- Go Nuts About Protecting Your Heart
- Find Your Fountain of Youth
One of the greatest costs of the Digital Age, at least if you ask many parents, is the amount of time their children are immersed in potentially dangerous, distracting, mind-numbing "screen time." But don't think you're the only ones worried. So are kids - well, sort of. Here's another reason to limit your children's time and some great suggestions on how to do it.
Overworked? Your Heart Can Feel It
Is Your Teen Daughter Eating Enough, Especially If She's an Athlete?
5 Reasons Meditation Should Be Your New Year's Resolution
Rest Easy: 5 Ways to Get Better Sleep Tonight
If you've ever experienced back pain, there's an important fact you should know. Thousands of people undergo back surgery every year - even though research suggests surgery, particularly for chronic back pain (recurrent pain over weeks or months), often doesn't seem to work.
While aging as a whole is inevitable, some aspects of aging may actually be caused by a simple vitamin deficiency. That's right – wrinkles, stiff muscles and decreased athletic performance can all be symptoms of just one micronutrient deficiency: vitamin K2. Learn more about K2 and what it can do.
Type 1 and type 2 diabetes can both cause significant health problems, particularly if not addressed. But regardless of the type, exercise appears to be a key variable in reducing symptom severity and the devastating complications. Let's look at why exercise is so important.
If you're nuts about nuts, you're in luck: besides tasting great, they're also a tasty way to help reduce your risk of heart disease.
The truth is there is no magic pill or cream to prevent aging, but there's something that comes darn close: exercise.