The number of today’s health care facilities that are focusing on health and well-being rather than just sickness and disease is rapidly increasing. With an emphasis on healing, stress relief, access to nature, and beauty as part of an overall philosophy of wellness, these organizations are discovering what has been known for many years—nature heals. Overwhelming evidence and emerging research on natural elements and sustainability shows that access to nature influences the health outcomes and sense of well-being for patients as well as health care providers.… Read more »
Monthly Archives: February 2015
Living to be 100 years old was once considered a rare occurrence, but with advancements in medicine and lifestyle changes, living to be 100 is not so improbable today.
In 1910, the average life expectancy was only about 48 years for men and 51 years for women. Menopause was hardly even experienced! How times have changed!
As a group, there are more centenarians worldwide than ever before, with the largest population found in America. Five places have been identified worldwide where people live the longest, healthiest lives.… Read more »
While many people use supplements, self-help books, or health care providers to help them stay healthy, they often overlook a powerful tool that is right at their disposal–friends!
Did you know that friendships and positive social networks can have a major impact on your health and well-being? It’s true. Good friends are good for your health. Friends help you celebrate the good times in your life and they support you when times are tough.
Friends may even have a great effect on health than a spouse or family member.… Read more »