Daily Cup of Wellness

Why it’s really harder for millennials to stay thin than it was for baby boomers. A study published in the journal Obesity Research & Clinical Practice found that those who eat and exercise the same amount as people 20 years …Read More

A new study published in the journal of Psychology and Aging found that anger can be more harmful than sadness. Being angry can increase an individual’s risk for conditions like heart disease, arthritis and cancer in old age. For this …Read More

Technology is the main culprit. People are spending more time sitting than ever a study published in JAMA found. This is highly driven by how much time people are spending on computers which has increased in recent years. The study …Read More

New research found that forty-five percent of adults find it hard to make new friends. The new study on the social dynamics pooled 2,000 Americans. The research revealed that the average American hasn’t made a new friend in five years. The study …Read More

It is really tough dealing with loss, especially the loss of a close family member or friend. Many of us have no idea how to handle the emotional turmoil we’re experiencing and not dealing with that loss adequately can lead …Read More

Almost half of the U.S. population is taking prescription drugs. In a survey published by the National Center for Health Statistics, approximately 46 percent of the population used one or more prescription drugs in the past 30 days. “Changing trends …Read More

The viral infection was declared eliminated from the U.S. in 2000 but has since come back with a vengeance. One of the big reasons measles is spreading is because of the many surrounding the disease. Here five of the top …Read More