“If only I could change just this one thing about myself or my life, I’d be happy.” Does that sound like something you’ve thought before?
The long-held view of fat in our diets is that it causes health problems. One registered dietitian says that’s not the case anymore and that we need fat to stay healthy and thin.
Minneapolis and St. Paul do not want for top ratings on various surveys of superlative civic qualities, but in case anyone needed a reminder, both earned top 10 rankings in women’s health.
As our parents age, they worry about becoming frail and losing their independence. And we dread the talk – about their driving, moving to a nursing home, and preparing for worse. Mark Rosen and his mom are going through it now.
There is more to the fair than the fried foods and Midway rides. WCCO’s Matt Brickman wanted to find the odd things at the Great Minnesota Get-Together.
It sure seems like we have a lot of health and wellness programs out there. But are younger people paying attention? A study seems to indicate they’re not, that they feel more stressed and less healthy than Baby Boomers.
If you’re looking for unique new ways to stay fit, aerial yoga might be something to check out. It certainly gives new meaning to the phrase “hanging out.”
Of all the major metro areas in the U.S., the Twin Cities was just named one of the best for women’s well-being.
We know the way to lose weight is to cut calories from our diet. But how do we separate the nutrition facts from the myths?
A budding model for primary care that encourages the family doctor to act as a health coach who focuses as much on preventing illness as on treating it has shown promising results and saved insurers millions of dollars.
Are headsets making you fat? The annual dropout rate at U.S. health clubs is soaring toward 50 percent, which has triggered a war over the hearts, minds and flabby thighs of Minnesotans.