The Simple Recipe for Good Health By Healthy Magazine “Chin up and back straight!” Sound familiar? The voice of your mother perhaps? Whether it was your mother or your aunt or your elementary school teacher, it’s probably a phrase you’ve heard before. I used to think it was just my […]

Written by Dr. Scott Chandler, DMD | Silver Creek Dental There is no denying the fact that many Americans are on a quest for better health, and many are looking to non-traditional means to do so.  Recent changes in healthcare have also caused many to look outside the traditional box for […]

Dissecting the urge to eat, and how to gain control Written by Caitlin Schille What are you craving right now? A sugary treat or a savory snack, perhaps? Cravings often lead us to make less-than-optimal diet choices, so let’s take a closer look at what your cravings mean. A popular […]

The danger and prevalence of ADHD medication abuse. Written by Sadie George High school and college students who find themselves in the library studying often have probably seen or heard of their peers using Adderall or Ritalin without a prescription. These stimulate medications, along with others, are prescribed to treat […]

Red Cross Says Test Your Smoke Alarms When You Turn the Clocks Ahead This Weekend SALT LAKE CITY UT March 6, 2017 — Daylight Saving Time begins Sunday at 2:00 a.m. so turn the clocks ahead one hour. The American Red Cross reminds everyone it’s also a good time to […]

Written by Elise Franks | Brigham Young University Exercise and Wellness Running a marathon or half-marathon for the first time can be a daunting task—especially when you start researching the plethora of training techniques that are out there. But if you just keep these 5 easy keys in mind, you […]

It’s Time to Flip Achieving Goals On its Head Written by Taylor Smith Yep, it’s that time again. New Year’s resolutions, new beginnings, fresh starts, call it what you will. We’re talking about goals and this is time of year when it’s one everyone’s mind the most. Lest I regurgitate […]

Why BMI should no longer be used to determine health status Written by Lauren Turville Body Mass Index (BMI), a ratio of a person’s height to weight, has long been a guide to determine an individual’s health status.  It is often used to know what health care costs should be, […]

Why middle age is not the beginning of the end.  Written by Taylor Smith Mid-life crisis is a phrase that tends to get bandied about rather too loosely these days, in my humble estimation, but it’s a phrase that’s evolving. The prevailing opinion forty years ago was that the mid […]