Are you looking to maintain a healthy weight in 2021? PartnerMD's health coaches offer six simple tips to help you achieve that goal, from meal plans to exercise to organization. Watch the video below and read on for a transcript.
In 2021, is your goal to lose weight? Get into a consistent exercise routine? Sleep better? Whatever your health and wellness goal, 2021 can be your year. And we're here to help. To get you off on the right track this year, our health coaches put together this video with six tips. Watch it below and read on for the full recap.
Daylight Saving Time was introduced during World War II to help Americans conserve energy and make the most of daylight hours. Although daylight saving time changes twice a year, most of us are only concerned when the clocks fall back and the days become shorter. However, “springing forward” can also be a disruption to your family’s normal sleep and schedule.
Aging well is all about forming habits that are good for you, like regular exercise and a healthy diet. A healthy lifestyle should be a lifelong pursuit, but after age fifty, it’s especially important to maintain healthy habits to keep you strong and active longer. If you’re not sure where to start, try these seven habits to stay fit after 50.
Eating a balanced diet is a key ingredient to living a healthy lifestyle. Countless websites and blogs are devoted to healthy recipes, but many people have come up with their own healthy dishes that are stashed away in personal cookbooks. Now is the time to pull out those recipes and share your healthy creations with the world.
Whether you’ve just started a couch-to-5K running program or you’re a seasoned marathoner, you’re probably no stranger to aches and pains in your legs and knees as you grow muscle and improve your stamina. But how do you know if the pain is normal or part of a bigger issue? What is the most common type of knee pain? And what does it mean if you have pain behind your knee when you run? Read on to find out.
PartnerMD is passionate about prevention-focused health care and helping our members potentially avoid disease through early detection. We’ve joined the National Colorectal Cancer Roundtable and hundreds of organizations across the United States taking a stand against colorectal cancer by committing to the 80% by 2018 colorectal cancer pledge. We’ve pledged to have 80 percent of our adult members that are between the ages of 50 - 70 years old screened for colorectal cancer by 2018. Colorectal cancer is currently the second leading cause of cancer deaths. If the 80% by 2018 is successful, 277,000 fewer people will be diagnosed and 203,000 lives will be saved by 2030.