Indepth article - Know Yourself - December 01, 2017
Your nervous system, your primary internal communication system, senses and interprets changes in external and internal body conditions and relays appropriate instructions to organs and tissues in response. How does it work?
Introductory article - Exercise - October 20, 2017
Short, dull grey days and wet, snowy, windy or icy weather conditions need not curtail your physical activity. While you may need to change what you do there’s no need to quit. A change can be as good as a rest.
Headline - Know Yourself - October 13, 2017
Women were once considered to have a lower risk of heart disease than men, but almost 30% of all female deaths are now caused by heart disease. What factors increase your risk for heart disease and what actions can you take to protect your heart?
Headline - Know Yourself - September 22, 2017
Changing your eating and physical activity practices is not easy, particularly when the environment seems to be against you. But the tide is turning...or is it?
Headline - Know Yourself - September 01, 2017
Heart attacks and strokes can happen at any age. Lifestyle practices have the potential to increase or decrease your risk for heart disease. Are you actively protecting your heart or are you taking its health for granted?