The benefits of regular exercise for people of all ages have been well established.
Regular exercise is associated with decreased death and/or disability from pathologies
such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, arthritis, cancer, and pulmonary disease.
It is also associated with positive psychological benefits such as decreased depression
and improved quality of life.
Learn more about the benefits of regular exercise
Everybody experiences stress. It's the body's natural reaction to tension, pressure
and change. A certain amount of stress makes life challenging and less boring, but
too much can be bad for you– both physically and mentally. Prolonged stress can lead
to accidental injury or serious health problems. For the sake of your health, safety
and happiness, it's important to recognize and manage stress before it does you harm.
Don't let stress get the best of you!
Your body changes as you age, but those changes don't have to lead to health problems
or limit your independence, energy or enthusiasm for the activities you enjoy. By
making healthy lifestyle choices, you can prevent certain health problems and keep
chronic conditions from getting worse. Combined with physical activity, eating nutritious
foods in the right amounts can help keep you healthy.
Learn more about nutrition