Super Bowl Supplements

With the average length of an NFL career lasting just over three years, experts, trainers, reporters, fans and – naturally – colleagues all want to know “the secret” or “the recipe” of success for a player still at the top of his game in his 13th year in the league. That player is Super Bowl champion Vernon […]

Standing Room Only

How many hours a day do you spend sitting? What if you added up all the time you spend watching TV, sitting in the car and using your computer?  One study found that the average adult spends 50 – 60% of their day in sedentary pursuits. [i] When the Journal of Medicine and Science looked at the association […]

EATING FRESH

Millennials are Ditching the Pantry for the Fridge with Fresh Snacking on the Rise, according to new Mintel Report: ‘The Future of Fresh’ New data from global market intelligence agency Mintel spotlights the developments and future outlook of the refrigerated-CPG space, now labeled “Fresh Snacking,” in its report: The Future of Fresh. Sponsored by Perfect […]

Keep Dad in the Game

The Prostate Cancer Foundation And Major League Baseball Are Back In Full Swing To Defeat Prostate Cancer With The 23rd Annual Home Run Challenge From June 1 to 17 (Father’s Day), the Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF) and Major League Baseball (MLB) will team up for the 23rd Annual Home Run Challenge, a national men’s health campaign designed to […]

Diabetes & Mental Health

A Darker Side to Diabetes: 51% of Patients Have Been Treated for Stress or Mental Health Issues, According to New Survey by Ieso Ahead of UK Mental Health Awareness Week 2018 (14th to 21st May), an independent survey of people diagnosed with type 1 and 2 diabetes,commissioned by Ieso Digital Health highlights the scale of stress and mental health problems affecting those living with this chronic condition. Three quarters (75%) of young adults (16-34) believe that their mental health […]

Breast Cancer Awareness

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month: What You Need to Know and How You Can Help Thanks to earlier detection –through screening and increased awareness— and better treatments, a woman’s risk of dying of breast dropped 38 percent between the late 1980s and 2014, translating into 297,300 fewer breast cancer deaths during that time. However, […]

PRE Fights Child Obesity

PRE® Brands Partners with Common Threads to Help Fight Childhood Obesity Better-for-you Food Brand Sets Goal to Send 300 Under-served Chicago Kids to Cooking School PRE® Brands, purveyors of better-for-you food, including a line of 100% grass fed and grass finished premium beef, will donate a portion of proceeds for every package of ground beef sold in the Chicago […]

Walnuts for Wellness

Consuming Walnuts May Help Keep the Gut Healthy, Says New Animal Research Walnuts may help increase beneficial bacteria Conclusions from a new animal study suggest that walnut consumption may be beneficial for digestive health by increasing the amount of good probiotic-type bacteria in the gut.1 Walnuts do this by acting as a prebiotic to help nourish […]

Lupus Health & Wellness Day

Hospital for Special Surgery Hosts LANtern® Lupus Health & Wellness Day event Systemic lupus erythematosus (lupus) can be a confusing and challenging autoimmune illness, affecting multiple organ systems, but with culturally tailored education and emotional support, those affected can become empowered to take charge of their condition. Today, Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS), a world […]

Tobacco-Free Kids

Oregon Will Be Third State to Raise Tobacco Age to 21 Statement of Matthew L. Myers, President, Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids The Oregon Legislature has taken bold action to protect kids from tobacco addiction and save lives by voting to prohibit the sale of tobacco products to anyone under 21. Lawmakers gave final approval to the […]