May is finally here and for many of us, this is the start of summer break, vacations, travel and warmer weather. We have just worked all winter long to maintain that rockin body in preparation for swimsuit season, but vacations can make it difficult to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Vacation is a time to relax
Improper hydration can lead to illness, fatigue, dry skin, migraines, increased heart rates, and so on. With the warmer weather and outdoor adventures that spring brings, it’s important to remember to stay hydrated. However, sometimes water is just not what we are craving. Sugary sodas, teas, juices and coffees can actually make you more dehydrated.
Spring break is finally here. From late February to mid-April, students and families across the country are traveling around the globe for week-long vacations. Although it seems like all of fun and games, there are always risks when traveling abroad. About 30 million travelers go abroad each year and about 65 percent reported a health
Have you heard of the saying “we are what we eat?” The food we eat impacts our bodies and our health. For the average American, this can be concerning as most of our diets are filled with fatty, processed foods that are high in calories. We tend to be more attracted to the junk foods
The flu and colds are going around the workplace and classroom. These nasty illnesses can make you out of work for days and can ruin a great holiday and time with the family. It can also leave you in a lot of pain with the chills, fatigue, body aches, congestion and more. Every year, tens
Staying hydrated is an important part of our daily routine. No matter what we do in the day whether it’s sitting on the couch and binge watching Netflix or running a marathon, we must drink water for our bodies to function. Although it may be easy for us to tell if we need water, it’s