Helping veterans and their families transition to a healthy, satisfying non-military life.
How do veterans respond to the wellness therapies offered at Clear Path for Veterans?
How to hack our brain to help change our habits.
We would all like to eat less, exercise more, and finally finish that project. It would be so easy if we could just change our habits to do these things.
You know by now that resolutions are a setup for failure. Can you even remember what your resolution was last year?
This year will be different! This time I’ll really do it! No more sugar! No white flour! I’ll exercise every day! No more excuses!
With the Monks of Gaden Shartse Phukhang Monastery
Sound is powerful.
A Guide to Saving Money by Biking Year-round in Syracuse
If Jimmy John's delivery man, Charlie LaNoue, can deliver a hot BLT in less than 15 minutes in the snow, sleet and salt, you can consider braving the elements on two wheels too.
“It just really felt like the right thing.”
Not long ago, Cathy McKie was standing in front of a classroom of sixth-graders at Wellwood Middle School. Today, she’s still teaching, but in front of a wall of mirrors and a ballet barre.
According to Strava
Strava, a company that offers a free app to digitally track bike rides and runs via your smartphone or GPS system recently released a global heatmap of running and biking data using information from 77,688,848 rides and 19,660,163 runs.
In America, men live sicker and die younger than women
Men, it’s time to stand up for your own wellness and take steps to get on a healthier track. Don’t put it off. Don’t blow it off. The facts are clear.
Making your health a priority
Women—they do a great job of caring for others but not always for themselves. National Women’s Health Week was this month, and women were asked to make their own health a priority.
April is Cancer Control Month.
When it comes to cancer prevention, we all have choices. Some will increase a person’s risk factors; others will make someone less likely to face a battle with cancer.