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Dr. Phil Shares The Most Popular Apple Varieties For Fall

September 20, 2016 by

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Summer has fallen, giving way to… well, fall. But it’s not just the air that’s getting crisper. It’s apple season and, while most varieties are available year-round, now is the time when the sugary, tangy, crunchy fruit is harvested. There are over 100 apple varieties grown commercially in the North America representing a whole host […]

Dr. Phil Shares: Some Summer Ideas For Eating Outdoors

With all the priorities and pressures of everyday life, it feels impossible to prepare a meal that can be enjoyed under the enchanting light of magic hour. In fact, I’m generally pleased if I make the time to sit at the kitchen table to eat. Most often I scarf dinner while standing at the kitchen […]

It’s Seniors Month, So, Dr. Phil McAllister Shares: 7 Steps to Healthy Aging, Happy Aging

Getting older doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll have a slew of medical conditions or poor quality of life. Getting older involves change, both negative and positive, but you can enjoy aging if you understand what’s going on with your body and take steps to maintain your health. Many different things happen to your body as you […]

Dr. Phil Shares: May is Foot Health Awareness Month

From wearing shoes without proper arch support to balancing in sky-high heels, we’re all guilty of using and abusing our feet. And considering we use them every single day, the least we can do is show them a little TLC. After all, “Happy Feet” shouldn’t just be the title of a Disney Pixar film. To […]

Dr. Phil Shares: 7 Real World Tips to Get More Sleep

A while back, I decided to take back my night. It had been three years since my divorce, a hellish experience that had completely robbed me of my ability to sleep. 3 hours was an average night. 5 hours was a miracle. Much like a good yoga workout, time heals all wounds, so eventually my […]

Dr. Phil Shares: The 7 Best Strength Exercises

Less than 25 percent of North Americans over the age of 45 engage in strength-training exercises,1 which are actually among the most important exercises to stay fit and healthy. It’s a matter of fact that your muscle strength decreases with age… unless you do something to stop it. That “something” is strength training. Without it, […]

Dr. Phil Shares: 25 Ways to Drink More Water

April 7, 2015 by

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Let’s do a simple nonscientific test to see if you are dehydrated right now. Pinch the skin on the back of your hand. Does your skin spring back into shape, like a gymnast sticking a landing? Or does it take its sweet time spreading out and settling? If your answer is the second one, you’re […]