Fall means football, and as any great football coach knows, a solid game plan is key. Just like football, cancer needs a plan to boost our odds to prevent and/or beat this disease. A solid effort to keep a proper diet, take part in routine physical activity and perform cancer screenings should be part of everyone’s prevention playbook.
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Interested in starting yoga but unsure where to begin? Try these yoga poses below from VeryWell.com
Some days, it's just not possible to put in a full hour and a half of yoga. But most days will allow for this 10 to 15 minute sequence that stretches the back, hamstrings, and hips, problem areas for many people. Think of this sequence as your maintenance plan. It will keep you running smoothly until you can get in for a full tune up. Over time, you will see the positive effect that consistently doing these stretches has on your longer practice sessions.
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Looking for new creative dinners you can make in your crock pot? Read this article from VeryWell.com
Your slow cooker is good for more than just soups and stews! I’m Hungry Girl Lisa Lillien and I’m here with five slow-cooker hacks that will change the way you look at your Crock Pot.
1. Cook an Entire Spaghetti Squash
Procrastination is something that most people have at least a little experience with. No matter how well-organized and committed you are, chances are that you have found yourself frittering away hours on trivial pursuits (watching TV, updating your Facebook status, shopping online) when you should have been spending that time on work or school-related projects. Whether you're putting off finishing a project for work, avoiding homework assignments, or ignoring household chores, procrastination can have a major impact on your job, your grades, and your life.
Want to learn which habits are hurting your health? Read the article below from VeryWell.com to find out.
There are a number of things you can resolve to do in order to "slow down" your biological clock and live longer, whether you’re in your 20s or 30s, all the way to your 60s, 70s, and beyond. In fact, research has shown it's never too late to start healthy habits.
But what about the things you might stop doing—in the name of your longevity.
1. Stop Eating Mainly Processed Foods
Do you want to?
- Play with your children or grandchildren without being short of breath
- Visit a friend or family member out of state without worrying about your health
- Feel better and live longer
To reach your goals and lower your risk of heart disease, you can:
It’s estimated that the U.S. will have close to 238,000 new cases and 29,000 deaths from prostate cancer in 2013.
The causes of prostate cancer are not well understood but it is known that genetics, race, smoking, obesity and old age are factors that influence prostate cancer. Men with a first degree relative that had prostate cancer have eight times higher the risk of developing prostate cancer and it may occur in a younger age.
What is the prostate?
Want to know why you're not losing weight? Read the article below from VeryWell.com.
1. You're Not Exercising
The one thing that's so hard about exercise and weight loss is this: It's hard to burn enough calories with exercise to make a serious dent in your weight. In fact, the workouts that are most effective for weight loss are the hardest ones: High intensity interval training, tabata training or metabolic conditioning.
When you’re told that you have skin cancer, it’s natural to wonder what may have caused the disease. The main risk factor for skin cancer is exposure to sunlight (UV radiation), but there are also other risk factors. A risk factor is something that may increase the chance of getting a disease.
People with certain risk factors are more likely than others to develop skin cancer. Some risk factors vary for the different types of skin cancer.