bone & joint health
This Joint Is Creaking: Tips to Ease Your Pain
Oh, my aching hip, back and knee! Feeling your age? Our members tell us that joint pain can happen at any age and for varied reasons. Find out how they’ve gotten some relief.
Small Steps = Big Gains
Activity can be painful if you have joint problems. But it’s an important way to help lessen pain and lose extra weight that can make symptoms worse. Get tips for getting started — one step at a time.
In a Slump? Straighten Up While Using Digital Devices
Having poor posture when using digital devices is causing many of us back and neck pain. Are you suffering from “iPosture”?View bone & joint health Articles
That's No Excuse: It's Time to Get a Mammogram
Excuses, fear and denial don’t cut it when it comes to taking care of your health. If you’re due for a mammogram, it’s time to schedule an appointment.
Growing Cancer Risk for Younger Adults: What You Should Know
While colorectal cancer was once most often diagnosed among those ages 50 and older, now younger people also need to be on the alert.
Improve Your Long Game with Two Simple Steps
Before you greet the warmer weather with outdoor activities, there are two important steps you should take to protect your long-term health.View cancer Articles
A Descent into the Unexpected
As a former Boy Scout assistant scoutmaster and dad to four boys, Mike Kokotek knew the value of planning ahead. But his careful preparations were no match for a sudden change in health.
Go from Prediabetes to No Diabetes Through Healthier Living
About 84 million American adults have prediabetes. But there’s hope for those who don’t want to stay on the path to diabetes.
Sweet Peeps®! How to Survive the Spring Sugar Rush
Don’t let baskets of candy or the dessert table at a family get-together derail your efforts to manage your blood sugar. With a few simple tricks, you can have fun and enjoy some treats.View diabetes Articles
Be Smart About Eating Smart
With a little planning, healthy foods can become a quick and easy part of your daily routine.
Calming Down High Anxiety
Everyone gets worried or nervous from time to time, but constant worry can harm your health. Learn some ways you can cope with chronic anxiety.
Feel Like You're Chained to a Chair? Make a Stand
You’ve heard the news: a sedentary lifestyle is even more deadly than being obese. The hours you spend in a chair may be more harmful than any extra pounds you carry around. Find out why you should get up and get moving.View general health Articles
Don't Let This Silent Killer Get You
There are usually no outward signs that blood pressure is high. And untreated high blood pressure is dangerous. Get it checked regularly, and find out what lifestyle changes you can make to lower it.
Embrace a Healthy Heart: Commit to Preventing Heart Attacks and Strokes
February is Heart Month. It’s a good time to be proactive about your heart health. Heart disease and stroke cause 1 in 3 deaths in the U.S. each year. Many of these deaths could be prevented.
Sweet, Salty and Sneaky: What's Hiding in Your Food?
Heading to the deli for a hearty soup and sandwich lunch? You may get more than you bargained for. Hidden sugar and salt lurk in many foods you might not suspect.View heart health Articles
Trash the Ash
Smoking leads to serious health problems. Get some tips from members on the many ways they quit smoking, and get other helpful resources.
Summer Air Quality Can Increase Risk for Asthma Sufferers
Summer can be a tough time for kids and adults with asthma. But with a little planning, you can still enjoy a day at the beach or a night by the campfire.
Breathe Easier: Avoid Asthma, Allergy Triggers with Testing
If you struggle with asthma, get tested to find out what triggers the symptoms that make it hard for you to breathe.View lung health Articles