The CDC estimates that by focusing on chronic disease prevention, U.S. health care costs could drop by $1.6 trillion. Are you doing your part?
The northern latitude of Seattle allows its residents to make vitamin D from sunshine for only eight months out of the year, but excess amounts are stored for use in the winter, so be sure to soak it up while you can.
It's easy to hand your compost over to Seattle's curbside pickup program, but why give away your valuable scraps when you can use them to add nutritents to your own garden?
Around the age of 30, if we are inactive, we start to lose around 3 to 5 percent of our muscle mass each year.
We don’t think of tiny movements as exercise, but fidgeting, flexing your muscles and simply maintaining your posture can add up.
Touch is our first language in life. It is the most developed sense at birth and the last to leave us when we die.