Health & Wellness
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Is your body screaming for a makeover? Are you looking for a little peace in your life, a little “me” time? Do you ever feel like you are the last person on the totem pole? You are a mom, an employee, a wife/partner, and chief cook and bottle washer! It seems likes it’s impossible to take care of our minds and bodies when so much is demanded of us. The best way for woman to take care of others is to look out and care for ourselves. These tips from Melly Blankin, mother, personal trainer and life coach can help you to look out for yourself and incorporate a little exercise and stress relief in your life.
According to the Women’s Brain Health Initiative, almost 70% of new Alzheimer’s sufferers will be women. Evidence suggests that the “use it or lose it” philosophy applies to brain function. Try these mentally stimulating exercises daily to help reduce the risk of cognitive decline and related diseases!
‘Tis the season to be…sick, tired and stressed? Make a commitment to yourself and your family to stay well by avoiding these 5 seasonal health woes.
We see it in our lotions, make-up, and even in some clothing. But what exactly does the Sun Protection Factor (SPF) indicate, and how can you determine the best level for you?
As temperatures drop, in addition to your regular skin care regiment, take extra care to protect your skin with these tips.
Go big or go home! Take this book home and learn how to go big in your own business with tips and entreprenneur life hacks!
Laura DeNino, mother of one and yoga instructor shares 3 ways to keeping busy moms mindful of their health.
Heart disease is the number one killer of women in the nation and the leading cause of disability among women. Preventing disease by making healthy choices is key to keeping your heart healthy.
According to America’s Health Rankings, 28% of the US population is estimated to be obese, with a body mass index (BMI) of 30.0 or higher, almost 10% of the population reports having diabetes or pre-diabetes and 26% of adults age 18+ report doing no physical activity or exercise other than their regular job in the last 30 days.
Summerville, SC resident Kelly Wimer was part of another unhealthy statistic, suffering from low self-esteem until she decided to make changes and take control of her health. Kelly teamed up with reForm Studio‘s owner and personal trainer, Katrina Cobb, and beat the odds to become her most fabulous self.
According to the Women’s Brain Health Initiative, almost 70% of new Alzheimer’s sufferers will be women. Evidence suggests that the “use it or lose it” philosophy applies to brain function. Try these mentally stimulating exercises daily to help reduce the risk of cognitive decline and related diseases: