It's easy to forget, but walking is a critical part of living a healthy, active lifestyle. By completing a certain number of steps every day, you can make noticeable improvements to your physical and mental health.
Studies show eating vegetables can reduce risk of early death, especially related to heart problems. Yet only 13% of Americans meet the recommended intake of at least 2 to 3 cups per day. Leafy greens are particularly protective against a host of chronic diseases, but increasing one’s intake of any type of vegetable is beneficial.
5 Ways to Add More Vegetables to Foods You Love
Kale Pesto Pasta
Already include a vegetable with dinner? Serve more than one. Research shows when multiple vegetables are offered, a larger quantity is eaten overall.
- Patient Education
- Dec | 16 | 2019
One in three women struggles with a pelvic floor disorder, but many do not seek treatment. Learn more about these disorders.
- Dec | 10 | 2019
Enjoy this healthy recipe for an innovative salad that is quick and easy to prepare.
- Nov | 12 | 2019
About half of women who have been through menopause suffer from vaginal dryness or discomfort, which can interfere with their ability to enjoy sex. The women's health experts at Massachusetts General Hospital have published research showing that safe, effective treatments can make a big difference.
- Nov | 4 | 2019
The Mass General Diabetes Center and AllWays Health Partners are pleased to announce an exciting new program, the PATH TO LIFESTYLE CHANGE.
- Press Release
- Oct | 15 | 2019
A team led by Massachusetts General Hospital researchers report that mindfulness meditation appears to help extinguish fearful associations.