Suddenly without much preparation, Americans were told to stay home to stop the spread of COVID-19. Remote working was no longer an option just for adventurous millennials. And parents were also asked to be full-time teachers.
By Becky Vaughn-Furlow
A new study conducted for PowerBar found that sticking to your New Year's Resolutions gets easier as you get older.
By LeeAnn Weintraub
The winter holidays can be a time of joy and family togetherness, but they have the potential to be stressful and challenging, especially for people with diabetes. Navigating festive meals while keeping blood sugar in check is a real-life daily struggle for those with diabetes, which is heightened during this season. A plan that incorporates smart food choices and the use of technology can ease the stress while improving blood sugar levels even during the holidays.
What Burns Belly Fat?
When you get right down to it, there are two steps to losing belly fat. One: a good diet. Two: consistent exercise. Of course, that's a little more complicated and challenging than it sounds.
Belly fat is stubborn and frustrating, but it's not permanent. There are concrete and achievable steps you can take to chip away at the fat around your belly area, and we talked to experts from both sides of the aisle — exercise and diet — to plot out your plan for belly-fat-burning success.
Starting today, Banfield Pet Hospital launched a 60-day interpretation services pilot in six of its Southern California-based hospitals, as well as its call center that serves all Banfield clients across the U.S. and Puerto Rico.