It’s well known that smoking causes cancer, but did you know quitting can also reduce your risk of heart disease, stroke and diabetes complications?
Prolonged sitting can raise your chances of developing a serious illness — and it may take more than a once-a-week workout to reduce the risk.
Exercise can help lower blood sugar levels. So, keeping active is vital if you live with diabetes. Here are five tips to help you get moving.
Looking for a way to combine community service with fitness, and have fun doing it? Why not sign up for an activity-based charity fundraiser?
January is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month. Find out about recent advances in the understanding and treatment of the disease.
Today is Weedless Wednesday, and here’s a reason to quit that you may not have thought of: Smoking makes your skin look old.
Craving carbohydrates, sleeping in, cancelling social engagements and generally feeling down? You may have Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).
Brighter Life looks back at a year of great reading about health: Staying active, eating well and living a balanced life.