As we head into 2016, families are looking for ways to spend more time together in a healthy way. Chef Chris Rains, Executive Chef and co-owner of The Chef and I, LLC in Nashville, TN, has a great recipe for any family that likes fresh
I began practicing yoga around 1994 to stay fit and deal with several autoimmune issues including Graves disease (over activity of the thyroid gland) and Myasthenia Gravis (a neuromuscular disorder that causes weakness in the skeletal muscles used for movement). In my early forties, I
Exercise is important for everyone even individuals who have cancer. It is important to understand your body and know what you can do. An Exercise Specialist can help you to figure out an exercise plan that works for you. Everyone is unique and therefore needs
As a public health professional, everything I see is through the lens of better health. “What can we do and make it healthier,” or ‘what does this mean for our health,” or “is this healthy.” This of course includes FOOD! I am not a dietitian
5 million people are diagnosed with skin cancer each year. However, most skin cancer types can be avoided by reducing sun exposure. Dr. Larry Altshuler, M.D., Cancer Treatment Centers for America, shares 5 tips on how to reduce skin cancer risk by limiting sun exposure.
Did You Know? Jean Criss is a New Focus Daily Columnist who shares her expertise from first-hand breast health knowledge as a survivor including facts and stats, risk factors, screening and detection, diagnosis, treatment, advancements in technologies, family support, smart healthy foods, and other survivor
Cancer, like all illnesses, has a spiritual aspect whose purpose is to help us change our understanding of this illness which is causing so much devastation.
I have carried out active research on this subject and am now convinced that the ever-increasing incidence of this disease
Erena Shimoda’s favorite childhood memory includes floating in an inflatable pool, daydreaming about mermaids and singing a children’s song:
“海は広いな 大きいなー The ocean is wide, the ocean is huge… “
Born and raised in Tokyo, Japan, Erena always had an affinity for the underwater world, and became a
As a movement practitioner, I love it when my clients become my teachers. One conversation with someone going through the process of changing their life and fighting challenges may prompt, lead, or sometimes shove me into examining my practice, my approach, and my connection with
It’s “summertime when the livin’ is easy.” What better way to celebrate a beautiful summer day than a picnic. Just make sure you don’t invite food poisoning! Did you know that there are more cases of food poisoning in the summer months than other times