Modern yogis are reaching out to uplift the lives of others.
No two heart attacks are alike—what can you do to avoid the enigmatic disease?
Master Kwan teaches the age-old Chinese practices of qi gong and tai chi.
Have fun while learning how to keep a healthier you! Attend the 15th Annual Health and Wellness Fair on Saturday, February 16, from 10am-4pm, at the Poughkeepsie Plaza on Route 9.
The American Heart Association Go Red For Women Luncheon is set for February 8, 2013. Food Network Celebrity Chef Ellie Krieger will keynote this half-day wellness event to fight heart disease in women. Join the 10th Anniversary of Go Red!
What advice should you take this flu season?
Are you ready to unwrap the health and wellness gifts of a plant-based diet?
When Jasmine Jordaan, a longtime carnivore, adopted a vegan diet in 2011, the last thing on her mind was her own health. Linked to her yoga practice and a deep concern for the environment, the shift in Jordaan’s eating habits came with little self-interest.
A Program of Therapeutic Movement can Treat Mobility Issues and Pain--and Change the Life of One Little Girl
A look into the Feldenkrais method--a movement therapy based in neuroplasticity and the lives it is changing.
An Architect and an Academic Tap Into the Therapeutic Power of Place
Wendy Kagan explores the healing powers of the spaces we inhabit.
Two Experts Explore the Pathways—and Roadblocks—to Sexual Satisfaction
Two Hudson Valley sex experts Sheri Winston and Marian Dunn reveal how to cultivate arousal and sexual desire.
When Times is Short, Some Say Medicine Needs to Cure Less—And Care More.
A report on palliative care and informed end-of-life decisions by Wendy Kagan.
There’s more to the story when it comes to popular health myths and claims.
Wendy Kagan investigates popular health myths and claims.
What can stop osteoporosis in its tracks? Some say the answer lies in space-flown mice and the sound of om.
A rising tide of type 2 diabetes is sweeping the globe—carrying a message of change not just for its victims but for everyone who lives in our modern world.
Wendy Kagan explores the benefits of sound healing.