Feeling stressed is normal, and unless you're the Dalai Lama, you probably experience daily stress. What's important to know is that there are two types of stress: acute stress (temporary, i.e. losing your keys) vs. chronic stress (constant, i.e. your work environment). Chronic stress can sabotage all the hard work you put into being healthy, so it's important to recognize if you are chronically stressed so that you can make changes!Read Full Story
By now, we all know that exercise is a crucial component to living a healthy and balanced lifestyle. Exercising regularly burns calories, reduces the risk of obesity and protects the heart, not to mention it increases your confidence and just makes you feel better all around.Read Full Story
The effects of illnesses like anorexia and bipolar disorder can touch everyone close to the person who's suffering. If he/she eventually loses their battle with them, family and friends can often feel like they've been defeated too.Read Full Story
As a fertility researcher and specialist in reproductive health, I frequently get this question: "what can I do to increase my odds of conceiving?" It's a tricky question to answer because every couple is a little bit different.Read Full Story
Recently, plus-size model Erica Schenk was featured on the cover of Women's Running. The issue has garnered a significant amount of attention, because it's the first time a magazine like it has put such a spotlight on a woman with curves.Read Full Story
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