They say that if you do something for 21 days, it will become a habit. And once it’s a habit, then your body will come to expect it. I’ve always liked this line of thought. I like the idea that if you can grin and bear a new hardship for three weeks, you can seriously impact your life.
Dr. John Paulowski, the director of the cardiac catheterization lab in Aultman Heart Center at Aultman Hospital, went to college at Wheeling Jesuit University in West Virginia, then earned his medical degree at Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED).
Getting a gym membership can be a daunting task, let me tell you. That’s why I put it off for two years. Once I got up the courage, it really wasn’t that scary. The sports and recreation director gave us a tour of the facility, told us all about the equipment and classes, etc. and asked us if we had any questions. I felt like VIP status as he showed us around.
About Life & Style, March '17 About Your Home Issue, Fashion & Beauty, Health & Wellness, Part & Parcel
Aubrey Helmuth Miller searched for years for a natural shampoo that actually cleaned and conditioned her brown locks and didn’t cost its weight in gold.
During the past six months, I’ve been on a mission to better my health. I’ve read all kinds of articles, and I’ve tried a lot of different things, hoping that they would stick. To my surprise, living a healthier lifestyle wasn’t as expensive or as difficult as I thought it would be.
We've all probably fallen victim to the advice of taking daily multivitamins. But are they really worth it? Do they help with your overall health and well-being? I decided to do a little investigating.