Losing weight is never easy, but it becomes even more challenging to lose weight and keep it off as we age. In this post, you’ll learn why that is, and you’ll also learn about weight-loss solutions that can help.
Dermal fillers are a popular option for women and men who want to smooth out lines and wrinkles or restore lost volume. In fact, they work so well, you’ll want to enjoy the benefits as long as possible. Here are eight ways to do that.
Have you noticed changes that have been affecting your physical or sexual health? Testosterone production naturally decreases with age, leading to an imbalance that can impact your overall health. Here’s how to spot the signs.
Losing weight can be more complicated than simply eating less and moving more. Many things that may seem unrelated to weight—like sleep—can have a big impact on your efforts to maintain a healthy weight.
You can’t stop time, but you can manage hot flashes during menopause! For women, the end of the fertile phase of life can come with discomfort, and though it’s a natural stage, you don’t have to live uncomfortably.
Are crow’s feet leaving tracks around your eyes that show your age? Don’t let the footprints of time get you down. Remove them with nonsurgical aesthetic treatments. Don’t know where to start? Learn more here.
Persistent erectile dysfunction (ED) can make your sex life unfulfilling and lead to a loss of intimacy between you and your partner. Explore the mechanisms behind ED, and learn how anxiety can contribute to the problem or make it worse.
You’ve tried everything — diet, exercise, cutting carbs, cutting sugars — and you still can’t lose weight. Could unknown food sensitivities be holding back your weight loss efforts? Read to learn more.
Most people know that there are medical treatments for sexual health issues — but did you know you might be able to improve your sexual health by changing what you eat? This post spells out the details.
Do you want to bolster your health with high-quality, toxin-free vitamins and supplements but don’t know where to start? In this blog, we share five things you should know about vitamins and supplements and how to find the just-right regimen for you.
Your fight against the aging process is that much easier with nonsurgical treatments, such as Botox® and dermal fillers. Learn about the differences between these popular aesthetic treatments so you can stay looking young and vibrant.
Low libido and erectile dysfunction are classic signs of low testosterone, the male hormone. But sexual function isn’t the only thing impacted by low testosterone. From hair loss to weight gain, learn more about the other signs of low testosterone.
Do you feel alone in your struggle to lose weight? Many people feel that way, since over 70% of adults in the United States are overweight or obese. What makes weight loss so hard for some? And what can you do to get help shedding your excess pounds?
Integrative medicine is a branch of medicine that places high priority on lifestyle changes, but does this type of medicine work for you? Continue reading to learn more about integrative medicine and what it can do for you.
If you have a heart condition, a cardiologist is a good start. But did you know that integrative medicine approaches can also help? Learn more about your integrative medicine options for certain heart conditions.
Health isn’t an abstract concept, but a definitive practice built on individual awareness, expert guidance, and steady commitment. Find out what makes your annual exam such an important part of your personal long-term health equation.
Injectable treatments are the cosmetic success story of the 21st Century. Botox® led the way for neurotoxin-based wrinkle treatments, followed later by Xeomin®. However, despite their similarities, these aren’t interchangeable products.
If you’re looking for a healthy lifestyle change that works differently than all those fad diets you’ve tried before, intermittent fasting might be for you. From weight loss to better cell function, learn how it works.
If you’re male, over the age of 40, and experiencing unusual symptoms, you may want to learn more about testosterone deficiency. Testosterone is often called the male hormone, and lack of it can have wide-ranging effects on your body.