Living Well Blog

December 11, 2019
Have you ever felt a little unsteady on your feet? Maybe you’ve even fallen. It could be related to balance, an important component of fitness that wanes as you age, particularly if you don’t work at… See more
December 11, 2019
Want to turn back the hands of time? Try exercising.  Whether you’re entering your 50s or already retired, exercise can make a huge difference in how you feel and move. But selecting the right… See more
December 16, 2019
Ever notice “Who Rescued Who” bumper stickers while in traffic? What seems like pet owner sentiment actually has some scientific support. For years, the U… See more
December 14, 2019
Do you eat a healthy diet? If you’re like most people, you probably said “yes.” About 75 percent of Americans claim to eat healthy diets. But most of us do not. As of 2015, 76 percent of Americans… See more
November 18, 2019
It’s natural to feel sad occasionally. You may feel a little depressed because of grief or stress or the change of seasons. But if the sadness persists, that’s depression. And depression is serious… See more
November 18, 2019
Are friendships and social networking — real life or online — as important to your health as diet and exercise? You might not think so, but science is proving otherwise. Studies published many… See more
November 18, 2019
When fall and winter days draw in and it gets increasingly darker earlier in the late afternoon, you may start to feel moody, even gloomy, sluggish, lacking in energy, slower to function and more… See more
November 18, 2019
MDVIP-affiliated physician Dr. Lewis Weiner discusses the role mindfulness can play in stress relief and heart health.  Transcript:

The role that stress plays in heart… See more
November 18, 2019
No surprise —job stress is a major source of worry for Americans. And it doesn’t matter if you’re a CEO of a Fortune 500 company, a cashier at Walmart or a stay-at-home caregiver. Stress has always… See more
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