Inspiration and support to live your healthiest life.
Although I consider myself a fairly healthy individual, I am not on top of regular health screenings. I exercise, try to eat (mostly) healthy foods, and make and effort to get near 8 hours of sleep at night. While I trust my physicians, I want to take charge of my own health and know what I need to be screened for and when. Wouldn’t it be great if there was a chart with this information? As it turns out, there is! Womenshealth.gov has an …Continue
"More red meat, more mortality."
This was the NY Times headline that caught people’s attention in March. It’s not that we didn’t suspect that eating a hamburger every day was bad for our health, we just didn’t know how bad. No one could provide substantiated, long-term evidence.
All that changed when the Archives of Internal Medicine published results from a study involving 121,342 men and women who filled out questionnaires about health…