Glass half full or half empty? Your viewpoint could affect your health. Looking on the bright side of things doesn't come naturally to everyone, but training yourself to be more positive can work wonders for your health and overall wellbeing. Here are five ways to see the glass half full.
Music can make us feel relaxed, excited, mellow or happy, but it can do so much more. The health benefits of music are so strong, doctors are now prescribing music therapy to improve several medical conditions.
Whether it be a hip check, poke check, sweep check, cross-check, lift check, shoulder check or most importantly, a prostate check. One in nine men will develop prostate cancer so the importance of getting to your doctor is at an all-time high.
On Valentine's Day, many people feel pressure to get it right. What’s really important is focusing on your partner every day. Here five ways to make sure you prioritize your relationship all year long.
If life’s got you feeling split at the seams and pulled in a million directions, your mental health could be at risk. With growing awareness of mental health issues, there is a lot more emphasis these days on a work/life balance.
Studies have found that those who have diets that are higher in fiber than others have a lower risk of chronic diseases such as stroke or cancer and death compared with people who have a low fiber intake.