Being healthy is important to most people but you may not always know how to prioritize your wellness. Today, we share ways to prioritize wellness in daily life.
Type 2 diabetes is the most common form of diabetes, accounting for 90-95 percent of people living with diabetes. Today we share six tips to help you manage type 2 diabetes.
It’s hard not to be inspired by the dedication, talent, and positive attitude of all athletes, including adaptive athletes. Learn more about the world of adaptive sports here.
One of the best personal finance tips for the well-being of your children’s future is to start saving for university or college now. Here we provide five ways you can start saving for your children’s university or college education.
Did you know one in eight women will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of her lifetime? October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and to help increase awareness and prevent breast cancer, we bring you a round up on blog posts to help you learn more.
The Social Security Administration recently announced that there is no cost-of-living adjustment in 2016. This means there will be no increase in the Social Security disability and Supplemental Security Income benefits in 2016. Here, we talk about what you can do to protect yourself financially in 2016.
Every day we face challenges, whether depression, anxiety or simply feeling stressed. We’re excited to feature our new partner, SuperBetter—a company that shows us how to build resilience by living gamefully. Read their story.
One in eight women will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of her lifetime. We can try to lower breast cancer risk by taking better care of ourselves. Here are six ways to help prevent breast cancer.
Millions of people rely on Social Security benefits, but what happens if your Social Security disability claim gets denied? Here we explore your options if your Social Security disability claim has been denied.
If you’re dealing with postpartum depression, you are not alone. Studies show nine to 16 percent of postpartum women will experience postpartum depression. Here is what you need to know.