diets say that by getting the right balance of proteins, carbs and fat, you can lose weight and be healthier.
New research finds that suicide rates for adults ages 40 to 64 are often tied to economic factors.
Visiting the prospects can help you make a decision. Here's what you don't want to find.
Speak to all sorts of staff members – and residents – before making your decision.
This 84-year-old likens life in a nursing home to being on vacation or on a 'mission trip.'
As a nursing home inspector, Sondra Everhart spotted violations in facilities. She became a state ombudsman to help fix them.
In a new book, psychiatrist Julie Holland argues we’re
underappreciating and overmedicating women’s natural emotions.
Plant foods prevail; sugar suffers and eggs catch a break.
You had such high hopes for those resolutions – until now. Here’s how to revive them.
There's no reason to wait until January for a better you.
Kill two birds with one stone and resolve to reduce waste with these five steps.
Some research suggests only 8 percent of people achieve their New Year’s resolutions. Make yours stick.
What your new year's resolution has in common with a jumping spinning hook kick
Enjoying your food, cooking, and other diet resolutions that will actually work.
Instead of a quick-fix diet, make long-term investment in yourself.
One registered dietitian never makes resolutions. Here’s why.