Though diabetes and cancer are not always preventable, there are many lifestyle changes we can make to lower our risk of developing either or both diseases.
KIND, a brand of all-natural snacks, looks for simple ways to promote living a healthier lifestyle for its employees.
A new study suggests that regularly eating a diet high fruits, vegetables, and other plant foods may by itself lower the risk of breast cancer.
Cranberries are good sources of vitamin C and dietary fiber and like walnuts they have antioxidant properties. Together they're healthy addition to a holiday classic.
Traditionally our favorite comfort foods are high in calories and fat. With a little tweaking, these old stand-bys can still be part of a healthy diet.
Tips for a Healthy Meeting
The Holiday season is approaching. Use these tips to host a healthy holiday party (or meeting any time of year) for your office. Download the PDF
Published on November 11, 2013