New Year’s resolutions in the works? Small steps are best
Los Angeles Times: So, you’ve made a New Year’s resolution to get healthy. No doubt you’ve banished all cookies and chips from the house and plan to hit the gym every single day. Let’s get
Exercise Is Good for Your Waistline – But It’s a Writing Exercise
Is losing weight as simple as doing a 15-minute writing exercise? In a new study published in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science, women who wrote about their most important values
How to Keep Your Resolutions All Year!
Self Magazine: You think: “I need others to push me to… [fill in the blank].” Asking people for support is smart, but to make your resolution stick, now is the time to learn how to
Popping a multivitamin can lead to debauchery
msnbc: Taking supplements may lead to poorer health, not because of what they do to your body, but what they do to your mind. When people take supplements they get a false sense of invulnerability
Vitamin risks? Study ties supplements to bad health decisions
CBS News: Talk about irony. People who take vitamin supplements may be more likely to take risks with their health, according to a surprising new study from Taiwan. Its authors conclude that taking vitamins may
Should you quit taking vitamins?
Yahoo News UAE: I’m a big fan of vitamins. And judging by the size of the vitamin and supplement industry – $20 billion in annual sales, a quarter of that in multivitamins – so are