To Your Health Newsletter
- Article Index
- Coronavirus Concerns: How to Enhance the Body's Resilience
- Eating on a Budget
- Disease Prevention 101
- Back Pain
- Start Them Off on the Right Foot
- Roadmap to Health & Wellness
- Understanding Back Pain
- Restoring Menstrual Regularity: Just Try a Few More Calories
- Vitamin K and COVID-19
- The Power of Creatine
Older adults are at greater risk of dying from COVID-19; just like flu and other viral infections. But which old people are at high risk … and why are some not-so-old people at high risk, too?
How to Stay Healthy During Tough Economic Times
How to Reduce Your Diabetes Risk Naturally
Steroids for Sciatica Are More Trouble Than They're Worth
Four Ways to Keep Kids Moving
Eventually, most of us will appreciate that the past few months of "shelter in place" haven't been totally negative. Here are five health benefits of the "shutdown" that will pay dividends in the years to come.
There are too many people suffering from back pain and not enough understanding of the causes and potential solutions (including chiropractic). Let's try and change that by looking at the basics of back pain.
"Eat more calories" isn't always a popular recommendation, but it may be the right one from a health perspective, particularly for active women who experience menstrual irregularities.
Does vitamin K, otherwise known as potassium, impact the odds you'll experience a severe complication from coronavirus exposure? Let's look at what recent research suggests.
Implementing a diet that minimizes or eliminates meats may actually be a fatal flaw in the pursuit of optimal health and peak athletic performance beause of how it affects creatine.