Nature’s Powerful Mood Medicine

Did You Know...nature offers more powerful mood medicine than many prescription drugs? A recent study led by researchers at Stanford University found that walking in...

Gardening Therapy Helps Women on Long-term Sick Leave

Women are at greater risk of becoming chronically ill and going on long-term sick leave, which can have financial as well as physical and...
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Did You Know… …Running May Make You Less Likely to Have Joint Problems?

Even avid runners often worry that the repetitive motion of running causes excessive wear and tear on their joints, and particularly their knees. This...

Strong Legs Equal a Sharp Brain

Did You Know...that a new study shows that sturdy legs support brain health? It has long been known that strong muscles—especially legs muscles, the largest...

Walking in Nature Improves Health and Longevity

Did You Know...that walking in the woods doesn't just feel good—it can dramatically improve your health and may even protect against cancer? Americans have become...

Physical Inactivity May Cause Your Brain to Shrink

Why should you get moving? Because according to science, a sedentary lifestyle increases your risk for colds, viruses and infections, heart disease, diabetes, and...

Walking Reduces Breast Cancer Risk

Breast cancer is the most prevalent cancer among women, with one in eight women receiving a diagnosis at some point in her life. Such...

Walking Increases Lifespan

Did You Know...that walking for 30 minutes to an hour a day can add years to your life? What's the 4th biggest killer of adults...
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Five Quick Tips for Dropping Holiday Pounds

The winter holidays have come and gone, but, according to a new study, the holiday weight gain may still be hanging around. Don’t be...
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Beat the Holiday Blues and Depression: 5 Simple Ways to Stay Happy and Centered

It’s time to bring out the tinsel, trees, presents, lights, menorah, family meals, kinara, and the holiday depression. Why are you more prone to...