If you believe in the idea of “oneness,” you’re likely to be happier, according to this new study published by the American Psychological Association. But what does that mean, exactly?
Joint pain can get in the way of people with rheumatologic conditions being able to move around and live normally. The simple exercises described by physical therapists here can be the key to getting relief – and back in the game.
If you work in service, the phrase “service with a smile” is likely familiar. But this practice could be hurting you, according to a new study.
These aren’t your generic “hope you feel better” statements, or awkward sentiments of “call me if you need me.” These are phrases that will open a line of communication, and even jumpstart actions that will make a lasting positive impact on the health and life of your loved one.
Is your UC in control of your life? Here are some ways to get back in the driver’s seat, according to people who’ve been there.
HIIT workouts are tempting due to their reputation for being a quick way to see big gains — but before you start, it’s important to understand injury risk.
This long-held belief is now firmly in “health myth” territory, thanks to a large new study on alcohol consumption and stroke rates.
Put down the vitamin bottle for a second and listen up: A new study found that it’s the nutrients from food you eat that benefit you most.
Our IBD Facebook community was happy to offer up their collective wisdom.
Working out has tons of health benefits for people with UC. Learn which exercises a UC vet and fitness pros recommend — and how to make them work for you.