The Reperio health screening kit: how it works

Figuring out your cholesterol, blood pressure, and glucose levels should be easy. But between the hassle of scheduling an appointment, traveling to your doctors’ office, and waiting for your test results to come back from the lab, finding the time and energy for preventive health screenings becomes a pain.

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Easy food swaps to try

There are ways to eat healthier without having to drastically change what we eat.

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Tips for troubled sleepers

If you’re a troubled sleeper, you know just how frustratingly rare a good night of sleep can be. Here’s how to build and maintain healthy sleep habits (hint: it’s more than just putting away screens!).

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Feeling stressed? That can actually be a good thing.

An unhealthy perception of stress can lead to long-term health problems. But what if stress didn't have to be so...stressful?

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How to lower your cholesterol

Our bodies need cholesterol to function properly, but too much can increase your risk for heart disease. Here's how to lower your cholesterol through simple lifestyle changes.

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How to cut back on drinking

Building a healthy relationship with alcohol can be challenging. Here are a few expert tips on how to cut back on drinking and find moderation.

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Easy exercises to help you get moving

Exercise “snacks,” or easy exercises spread throughout the day, can go a long way in reaching your health goals.

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What should I eat if I have prediabetes?

If you’ve received a prediabetes diagnosis, here are a few dietary guidelines to follow.

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5 tips for heart health

If you’re wanting to incorporate more heart-healthy habits into your life but feel overwhelmed: you’re not alone. Here are a few simple ways to get started.

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How to set realistic health goals

Whether you’re looking to exercise more or lose weight, lifestyle changes happen one day at a time. Here are a few, expert recommended ways to set (and meet!) your health goals.

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How to lower your blood pressure

When you lower your blood pressure, you lower your risk for many heart-related diseases. But figuring out how to reduce your blood pressure (and keep it that way) can be confusing. Here are a few guidelines to follow.

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Resistance band stretches for people who sit all day

Beloved by physical therapists, resistance bands are a simple, low-impact way to take care of your body and combat the stiffness and pain that comes from long hours of sitting.

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The connection between glucose, diabetes and your health

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) listed diabetes as the seventh leading cause of death in the United States in 2017. Unfortunately, the rate of people with diabetes is growing.

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Understanding cholesterol: is it good, bad or both?

Do you ever feel confused about what really impacts your cholesterol? You're not alone.

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Is Relative Fat Mass index (RFM) a better way to measure body fat?

Measuring body fat is a common metric used by healthcare professionals to determine a person’s risk of developing diabetes, heart disease and other serious conditions like cancer.

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BMI: a simple method to estimate body fat

Is there a simple way to get an estimate of your body fat? Yes, and one method is called BMI or Body Mass Index.

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The role of heart rate in a healthy life

When you visit your doctor, you usually get measured for two critical health readings: blood pressure and heart rate. But do you know the difference between the two?

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Understanding your blood pressure

Maintaining healthy blood pressure can help you live a longer, happier life. But just what is considered optimal blood pressure?

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