Three weeks is all it takes for dietary changes to reduce the symptoms of depression, a study in Australia has found. Young adults with depression whose diets contained high amounts of processed foods, sugar and fats, exhibited significantly fewer signs of depression after 21 days of consuming more fruit, vegetables,Read More →

As adults, we are adept at using our time, energy and musculoskeletal system in the most efficient way possible. At the same time, it is easy to tell yourself that you have no time to have a life beyond work, much less for exercise. Regular exercise helps in staying positive,Read More →

Fitness trackers are popular today, and for good reason. They not only help guide exercise workouts such as running, swimming, or cycling, they can also help you and your health care professional understand your medical situations, such as detecting irregular heart rhythms. And they can help out in more day-to-dayRead More →

A no-carb diet is an extreme version of low-carb dieting. It eliminates almost all carbs, including whole grains, fruits, and most vegetables. While studies show that decreasing your carb intake can help you shed pounds and may have health benefits, completely eliminating carbs is highly restrictive and most likely unnecessary.Read More →