Dr. Mehmet Oz on Oprah called qigong "the secret to anti-aging." It's the "miracle exercise" for people seeking to avoid drugs, surgery, and expensive doctor bills.
Chiropractors are tops for taking care of back pain, according to a survey of more than 14,000 Consumer Reports subscribers. Physical therapists and acupuncturists came in a close second and third, while specialist physicians and primary care doctors lagged behind, the survey shows. The Consumer Reports Health Ratings Center asked subscribers who had
U.S. Preventive Medicine®, the leader in disease prevention services, has signed a network participation
A Registered Dietitian Can Help You Weather Economic Troubles Through Nutrition and Health, Says American Dietetic Association
In difficult economic times, when people's stress levels - both psychological and financial - increase, eating healthfully becomes more essential than ever, according to the experts
HCPro, Inc., a portfolio company of Halyard Capital and a leading provider of education and information on healthcare regulatory compliance and management, announced today the launch of its redesigned corporate Web site for healthcare professionals, www.hcpro.com.
Resistance training plus aerobic exercise is the best way to reduce insulin resistance and functional limitations in obese, older adults, according to a report in the Archives of Internal Medicine for January 26. Resistance and aerobic exercise are thought to be important for cutting the risks of chronic disease and disability in
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The economic meltdown during the second half of 2008 fundamentally altered the well-being of
U.S. Health Stagnates for Fourth Year in a Row as Revealed in 2008 AmericaÃ¢Â€Â™s Health RankingsÃ¢Â„Â¢
In a disturbing development, the 2008 America™s Health Rankings„: A Call to Action for
Two cities in Tennessee have adopted New Jersey's unique and successful "Mayors Wellness Campaign" (MWC) it was learned this week. An article in the Chattanooga Times Free