Use These Tricks To Never Forget Something Important Again

This article originally appeared in Fast Company

Forget to send that email? Return a call? Meet a deadline? If you chalk up memory mishaps to having too much to think about, you might be making excuses. “We all have a good memory; the problem is no one taught us how to use it,” says four-time USA […]

By |February 20th, 2018|Health & Happiness, Newsletter|0 Comments

5 Things You Should Never Do with Pre-Cooked Seafood

Cooking Light’s Executive Editor, Ann Taylor Pittman, reveals a few things one should never do when handling pre-cooked seafood.

Don’t Use Your Oven
Dry heat is one of the worst ways to prepare precooked fish or shellfish. You’ll end up overcooking them.

Don’t Add Your Seafood to Your Pan First
If you’re whipping up a quick sauteé […]

How to lose your love handles

This article originally appeared on CNN.com

If you ask almost any fitness professional how to lose your love handles, they will tell you two things: No amount of abdominal crunches will make a difference if you don’t first improve your diet and exercise regimen.

And there is no such thing as “spot reducing” when it comes […]

What calories look like in different foods

This article originally appeared in ZME Science

Food calories come in different shapes and sizes – over 1 kilogram of vegetables can have the same number of calories as a chocolate bar, even though they have extremely different nutritional values. Here, we’ll look at how 200 calories look like with different foods, and also discuss the […]

Scientists say: If a woman has these 14 qualities, never let her go

This article originally appeared in Business Insider.

People in long term relationships will someday get to the point where they need to ask themselves: Is this really the person I want to spend the rest of my life with? Is the woman by my side really the one?

Scientists all over the world are researching the extremely […]

By |February 6th, 2018|Health & Happiness, Newsletter|0 Comments

How To Learn To Love Mondays Again

This article originally appeared in Fast Company

Perhaps no other day of the week is as maligned as Monday. A 2016 survey by Spotify found that nearly two-thirds (64%) of us lack motivation on the first day of the workweek. The survey found that we use coffee, music, workouts and other coping mechanisms to get through […]

By |January 31st, 2018|Health & Happiness, Newsletter|0 Comments

Why Your Breath Reeks In the Morning

This article originally appeared in Men’s Health

It’s something that happens only in movies—the wakeup kiss. Looks awesome on the big screen, but in real life, there’s something else to contend with: morning breath.

That sour, stale dragon breath is why most of us make an effort not to breathe too close to anyone before brushing our […]

By |January 31st, 2018|Health & Happiness, Newsletter, Nutrition|0 Comments

10 Steps to a Healthier Office

Here are a few easy tips (courtesy of Boundless) for making sure you’re creating a healthy environment for employees in the office.

1. Embrace the Power of Plants: Researchers aren’t entirely sure why, but indoor plants help reduce stress, so you should definitely consider adding some greenery to your space. Unless you’ve got a green thumb, […]

By |January 24th, 2018|Chiropractic & Your Health|0 Comments

Millennials Are at Higher Risk for Mental Health Issues

Millennials are experiencing higher levels of anxiety, depression, and thoughts of suicide than generations past. Many reasons have been offered but none definitive, until now. A new study finds that this generation carries much higher levels of perfectionism, and that these elevated expectations may be to blame. UK researchers came to these conclusions, which were […]

By |January 24th, 2018|Chiropractic & Your Health|0 Comments

6 Simple, Science-Backed Ways to Lose Belly Fat

First, let’s clear up a big misunderstanding: Overweight does not equal unhealthy. There are plenty of overweight people who are in excellent health. Conversely, many normal weight people have the metabolic problems associated with obesity.

That’s because the fat under the skin is actually not that big of a problem (at least not from a health […]