5 Ways to Get More Sleep

By Brad Gillman
sleepylady


Sleeping problems are frustrating and can have a negative effect on your mind and your body. Research shows that a lack of sleep can contribute to obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure and risk for strokes. It’s important to rest your body and mind. To see the daily recommendations or learn more about the importance of sleep, visit the Intermountain LiVe Well site.

What Your Baby's Skin Is Telling You

By Collin Searle
baby and mom

Every new baby is unique and beautiful. Don’t be surprised, however, if your baby doesn’t look like the babies you see on television commercials or in magazine advertisements. Your baby may have lumps on his head, puffy or crossed eyes, a flat nose, a small chin, dry skin, or a rash.

Every baby is different in their own way, but what should you see in a normal newborn’s appearance, and what could cause you concern? Let’s take a look at what your baby’s skin might be telling you.

Your Heart Wants (Needs) More Sleep!

By Intermountain Healthcare
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Practically everyone wishes they were getting more and better sleep, mostly because it feels so good and life goes more smoothly when you feel rested. Those are compelling reasons to take steps to improve your sleep hygiene (as it’s called) right there – but when you look at the strong connection between a good “sleep life” and a healthy heart, going to bed earlier, starting tonight, should move to the top of your “to-do” list!


Can We Eat Meat? The Answer May Surprise You.

By Brady White
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Last month the federal government released updated Dietary Guidelines designed to give Americans guidance on what constitutes a healthy diet. The nutritional advice from the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Department of Health and Human Services is designed to reduce rates of obesity, heart disease, Type 2 diabetes and other chronic conditions.