CHARLESTON, S.C. -- When the world says, "Give up," hope whispers, "Try one more time." This may be your "one more time." So many have experienced defeat in the area of health and wellness. You may be in that spot today. If you declared in January, along with so many others, that you would do whatever it takes to lose weight this year, you may be sorely disappointed in yourself once again.
Christmastime panic can entail "worry, hurry, traffic, presents, shopping, tree, food, kids, money, food, family, parties, food and more food," health writer Vicki Heath acknowledges. Yet: "God never intended the celebration of the birth of His Son to be anything but joyful."
Wellness expert Vicki Heath shares how recent studies are catching up with the Bible by showing how gratefulness can enhance health in a variety of ways.
Instead of a giving a gadget this Christmas, columnist Vicki Heath recommends giving friends and family members something priceless: encouraging words, and your undistracted physical presence.
Fitness specialist Vicki Heath shares seven ways to improve mental health.
CHARLESTON, S.C. (BP)--"I have no gift to bring … that's fit to give our King." Sound familiar? "Little Drummer Boy" is one of my favorite Christmas carols. I can relate to his lowly estate.
CHARLESTON, S.C. (BP)--There are many reasons I am thankful for exercise. Here are five: -- It's made my heart strong. At the age of 56 my father suffered his first heart attack.