In honor of Earth Day (April 22nd), here are a few eco-friendly things you can do to help keep the healthy. Long live Planet Earth!
Wear red today and join the fight against heart disease. It is the number 1 killer of women, and you could help change that. Learn how here.
To celebrate Black History Month, we have decided to honor African-American heroes who have made positive changes in the health world.
Martin Luther King Day initially had some controversy, before it became a federal holiday. It’s a holiday thanks to some amazing people.
Your weight and age should never limit the things you can do in life. See how this plus-size yogi is inspiring others via body positivity.
Nutritionist and animal rights activist Tracye McQuirter is encouraging people to make the plant-based diet switch for healthier lives.
Do you think NFL players need to bulk up on meat? Definitely not. Bears’ David Carter is making waves and proving vegans are strong too.
This one mycologist invented a patent that could very well bring down Monsanto, and it may have the potential to change the world.
Simone Manuel became the first African-American female to win gold in an individual swimming event, and addressed race in America.
Everyone is raving about the young stars of the 2016 Olympics, but the what about the older competitors? Meet the oldest Rio Olympians here.