How to Keep Your Mental Health in Good Shape
As we get older, mental health can play a big part in how we enjoy our lives every day. Knowing how to take care of yourself in this way can help with stress, sadness and other feelings that may get in the way of the…Read more
August Edition: Research on the Health Impact of Small Changes
Welcome back to the Health IQ “Research Round Up,” where we bring you the latest in health and wellness research to help you make more informed choices. This edition investigates small changes you can make to help with memory loss, gut health and getting better…Read more
Health Benefits of Coffee: What Your Morning Brew Can Do For You
Coffee is a beloved beverage for many people, and those who love it don’t need to be told twice to enjoy another cup. But coffee is more than just a nice energy boost and a helpful buzz to get through the day—it also offers quite…Read more
Plant-Based Meat Alternatives Are They Actually Healthy?
Plant-based alternatives to meat have been gaining popularity, in part because many people are looking for health benefits from cutting out or reducing their red meat consumption to reduce their environmental impact. So how do these products compare to meat in terms of health benefits?…Read more
Are Spices Healthy? New Studies on Health Benefits of Herbs and Spices
Around the world, traditional cooking involves many different styles and mixes of herbs and spices, including lowering the risk of many chronic diseases. Eating a diet rich in whole, mostly plant-based and natural foods is still important to lowering disease risk, but eating the spicy…Read more
Cost Savings and Healthy Lifestyle: How Exercise Can Save Over $1k a Year in Retirement
New research suggests there are huge cost savings in the long run from maintaining higher levels of daily physical activity throughout life. A recent study broke down the average cost savings throughout the retirement years of people who engaged in leisure-time physical activity throughout adult…Read more
Expert Advice on Exercising in Hot Weather
The 2021 Tokyo Summer Olympics are predicted to be the hottest games on record and athletes will be facing unprecedented challenges for staying cool while performing at their best. To help these competitors stay safe while participating, the world’s best exercise scientists have compiled recommendations…Read more
What Color Is Your Fat?
Though body fat often gets a bad rap in our culture, we all need a certain amount of it to be healthy and stay alive. Fat helps to protect and cushion our vital internal organs, is a storage source for energy, helps regulate our hormones…Read more
Allergy Season: Coping With Airborne Allergies in the Spring and Summer
Allergy season kicks into high gear for people with sensitivities to pollen in the spring and summer. Unfortunately, due to climate change, allergy season has been starting earlier each year and lasting longer. There is also a 21% increase in pollen released into the air…Read more
Independence Day 2021: Celebrating Safely
Independence Day 2021 takes on a special meaning after a global pandemic and a year and a half of lockdowns and restrictions. In the U.S. the federal government has been aiming for 4th of July 2021 as “Independence Day from COVID” where we can attend…Read more
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