How many times have you found yourself getting angry and saying something you've regretted? Or feeling sad enough to skip out on an important event or meeting? It doesn't have to be that way.
Author, counselor and talent representative Ken Lindner has been helping people harness their emotions for good use for almost his entire career. A Harvard University and Cornell Law School graduate,... » more
Instead of passing the salt, 21 food companies have passed on the salt.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg's declared another victory in his health crusade Monday with some help from the word's biggest food companies who lowered the sodium content in their products
Kraft, Goya, Subway, Starbucks and 17 other companies voluntarily met the sodium reduction target set by the National Salt Reduction... » more
The city's bill of health is getting much better, according to Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
The mayor and health department released updates statistics Thursday from its Primary Care Information Project, which gives doctors a universal database that provides a patient's health information and history.
Since the program launched in 2005 at 3,200 primary care providers, 58,000 smokers quit... » more
Want to lose weight? Eating lunch earlier rather than later may help you out.
Dieters who ate early lunches tended to lose more weight than those who had their midday meal on the later side, according to a Spanish study published in the International Journal of Obesity.
The finding doesn't prove that bumping up your lunch hour will help you shed that extra weight, but it is possible... » more
Did you watch the Ravens kick butt on Sunday? Were you enthralled with their moves on the field? There's a workout class that might excite you.
Former Baltimore Raven Curtis Williams was a wide receiver n the NFL for a season. After an injury, he decided the football life wasn't for him.
"I just woke up one morning and hated it," he said. And then he found his true calling:... » more
February is American Heart Health month, and because heart disease is the leading cause of death among American men and women, claiming more than 600,000 lives annually according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, paying attention to your heart and cardiovascular system is crucial.
One way that you can stay on top of your heart health is by increasing your fiber intake. Fiber... » more