Healthy for Good Blog
May can be hectic. School’s winding down, students are graduating and wedding bells are ringing. When stress builds, some people relax by practicing yoga. But what about outdoor yoga?
Blog written by Indrani Acosta, MD. Dr. Acosta is a stroke neurologist and the Medical Director for stroke at AdventHealth in Central Florida.
May is National Stroke Awareness Month — a good time to learn about the connection between brain health and heart health.
This blog was written by Ron Abell, Aramark’s senior executive chef at Fenway Park. Learn more about Ron Abell and Fenway Farms.
Springtime for me means baseball and gardening. Fortunately, I get to experience the best of both worlds, right here at Fenway Park. Fenway is not only home to the nine-time World Series Champion Boston Red Sox, but one of the finest rooftop gardens in all of sports. For me, there’s nothing like cooking with freshly-picked ingredients from the garden, feet away from the kitchen.
Blog written by: Monique Wilson, Vice President for Community Impact, Diversity & Inclusion for the American Heart Association.
Got a business idea for improving your community’s health?
Imagine using an app to help you recover after a hospital stay. Or one that shows you how to save food destined for a landfill.
Every day, clever people are creating innovative solutions to tackle society’s problems. The American Heart Association wants to encourage even more of these bright ideas, especially the ones that can help overcome health obstacles.
If your heartbeat’s elevated during April, it might be due to tax season. Dealing with taxes and finances can be hazardous to your health! Maybe that’s why April is Financial Literacy Month; although, it doesn’t need to be a source of stress.
Staying financially healthy means you can take care of your family’s obligations and stay educated on current financial strategies. In fact, financial literacy can help smooth the way for all facets of life.
This guest blog post was provided by the Safe Routes to School National Partnership.
"Can we bike today? I want to meet Paco along the way so we can ride together." – Eli, age 9
"I am making Vision Zero holographic bracelets for students to wear. They are fashionable and keep students safe when they walk to school.” – Zion, age 12
“I like biking to school because my teacher said it’s good for the planet!” – Sage, age 4
This guest post was written by Sydney Cummings, BS, NASM CPT, FNS, owner of Royal Change, NASM Certified Personal Trainer and former high jump athlete.
No matter your financial situation, you can afford to work out.
Trust me. As a lifelong athlete and a certified personal trainer, I know that you don’t need an expensive gym membership for fitness. You can work up a sweat and elevate your heart rate with these five exercises — at home.
Your pet might already think she’s your security guard or rodent-wrangler. Has she ever tried out for fitness coach?
Maybe she should. Fido and Fifi can be your secret weapons to better health, because they provide a great excuse to move more.
If you’re like most American adults, you spend most of your waking hours at work and little time — if any — engaging in physical activity.
Yet, guidelines recommend we do at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity activities a week.