By Alice Gomstyn
Cory Metzler used to be what she called a "closet eater." The 58-year-old Lake Worth, Florida, woman said she managed to pass up the donuts and pizza frequently on hand in her workplace, but later "rewarded" herself with cookies and carb-laden treats at home. Cory, who suffered from depression at the time, says the treats gave her "a two-second lift, then hours of hateful regret."
"That sad cycle continued for years," she says.
The average adult sits for ½ of their waking day. The other ½ of the day often includes hours of non-exercise activity.
Break up your sitting with a five-minute walk every hour. If you can’t leave your desk, try standing for just two minutes every 20 minutes.
Why use your break to get active?
Men need preventive health care too
by Jennifer Sonntag
A-Choo! It’s here…you couldn’t escape the flu. Despite your efforts to prevent it, you’ve found yourself down and out. Although we can’t wave a magic wand to get you back to 100 percent, we can offer some tips about how to clean your house to get rid of the germs and keep others from getting sick, too.
by: Mehmet Oz, MD on 10/21/2015
2011 HEALTH SAVINGS ACCOUNT (HSA) LIMITS
Following are the 2011 & 2010 HSA limits determined by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS):
Coverage Type Regulation 2011 Amount 2010 Amount
Individual Annual Contribution Maximum $3,050 $3,050
Minimum Deductible $1,200 $1,200
Maximum Out-of-Pocket $5,950 $5,950