Statistics show one in six teens have seriously contemplated suicide, but what happens if this statistic comes to life and your own child expresses such thoughts?
In addition to the perils of inactivity, studies have shown a strong link between the lack of social interaction and declines in mental and physical well-being in senior citizens. Learn how to help prevent this decline.
Menopause is an easy transition for some and a more difficult one for others. Through a new openness to talk about menopause, there's more help available to women who are having difficulty coping.
One in four women in the United States will experience domestic violence in her lifetime. Learn about the warning signs and what to do if you or someone you know is a victim of abuse.
Here are some myths around getting the flu shot and why getting vaccinated is the best way to keep you and the people around you healthy.
Does the scent of freshly baked apple pie or a blend of cinnamon and pumpkin have an emotional effect on you? Learn about how you can use scents from essential oils to improve your health.
Research has shown that women who exercise while pregnant not only tend to have smoother pregnancies, but they may also experience easier labors, and feel better about themselves during pregnancy and after delivery.
The world of exercise options is almost limitless. This could be the very problem you’re having now that you’ve committed to exercising regularly - where do you start and what should you try?
Sitting or remaining sedentary for long stretches of time has been linked to markedly increased risks for obesity, diabetes and heart disease. Learn how you can get started toward a less sedentary work day.
Apps promise to help you lose weight, quit smoking and more. But do they all work? Care New England experts weigh in on ways to stay healthy with your mobile device. #Healthy365