Taylor Time – 5 tips to get the most out of your workout



I just found this health related video on YouTube ... and thought you might enjoy it! http://www.youtube.com/v/HUAE5Sk_zk0?version=3&f=videos&app=youtube_gdata "Taylor Time" … [Read more...]


HOLIDAY FITNESS TIPS : LOSE WEIGHT & HAVE FUN!



I just found this health related video on YouTube ... and thought you might enjoy it! http://www.youtube.com/v/Gym76PJd4f4?f=videos&app=youtube_gdata Please click that SUBSCRIBE … [Read more...]


Caregivers deserve to have fun, too – here’s how



It is a sad fact but while people are partying and celebrating during the holiday season, some people are especially put under stress at this time of the year that can lead to burn out and depression. … [Read more...]


Have yourself a merry little green Christmas



Once again it's that time of the year when we eat, drink, and be merry to the the fullest. Christmas is the season to jolly. We bake, we decorate, we shop, and everybody is having fun.  But can you … [Read more...]


X’mas stress and depression: tips for prevention



`Tis the season to be jolly, tra la la la… But the holiday season can bring not only good mood and goodwill but stress and depression. The holiday season in the US starts can start as early as … [Read more...]


How to avoid food allergies at Christmas time



Christmas time is feasting time. Unfortunately it can also be allergy time. As we attend one party after another, trying out food we normally we do not eat at home, we are exposed to allergens in the … [Read more...]


Meaningful Christmas Shopping Part II: Presents that are Safe, Green, and Fair



Many of us are still struggling with our list of Christmas gifts to be bought while world leaders are discussing Climate Change in freezing Europe. So where’s the link? Every Christmas, our carbon … [Read more...]


Don’t let health problems stop you from celebrating Christmas



Christmas is not only for the healthy and fit. Each of us should have something to celebrate, big or small during the holiday season, whether we are healthy or ill. When we are ill we sometimes wonder … [Read more...]


Fighting cancer during the holiday season



Christmas is the season to be jolly but when you are ill, the holiday season can be actually stressful rather than joyful. This is especially true among cancer patients and their families. How would … [Read more...]


Pink merchandise for your Christmas shopping list



There have been lots of criticisms in recent years as to how Christmas has become too commercialized, that present giving has lost its meaning amidst all the glitter of advertisements and other … [Read more...]


Christmas gifts for health and heart



It's the same every year. The quest for the perfect yet affordable Christmas gift is driving people up the wall. The question that always comes up is "What do I give to someone who already has … [Read more...]


Hope and Help for the Holidays



It's October and according to some retailers, the holidays begin now. I don’t listen to the marketing hype, but when I am hosting Thanksgiving dinner (which I am not this year), I start thinking … [Read more...]


Weight Loss, Arthritis and Holiday Feasting



Gloria Gamat, from the Battling Arthritis blog wrote an interesting article titled .. Weight Loss, Osteoarthritis and Your Christmas Recipes Tomorrow night will be Christmas Eve and you most likely … [Read more...]


Weight Loss, Osteoarthritis and Your Christmas Recipes



Tomorrow night will be Christmas Eve and you most likely have your recipes memorized and the ingredients all bought in preparation for the food you will serve your family on Christmas. What if there … [Read more...]


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