Time for tea – to your health
HEALTH MATTERS: Studies have found that certain hot teas, when incorporated with a healthy lifestyle, can have a beneficial effect on your health.
By Ayesha Qureshi, MPH | January 27, 2016
Exercise 101: Why moving your body is so important
This article is sponsored by Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina, which has partnered with Qcitymetro since 2010. […]
By Ayesha Qureshi, MPH | January 20, 2016
Mamie Williams reveals her recipe for long life
If you’re surprised Mamie Williams still works at 87, she said you might also be surprised to learn how much working helps her.
By By Elizabeth Leland, The Charlotte Observer | January 20, 2016
Join us in the Qcitymetro Get-Fit Challenge at Red Bow Fitness
In early spring, Qcitymeto will launch an exercise and health program for women called the Qcitymetro Get-Fit Challenge at Red Bow Fitness. We hope you'll join us.
By Sondra E. Z. Hines | January 13, 2016
The Power of Mindfulness
The more you practice being mindful, the more you will reap the health benefits, including a lower stress level.
By Ayesha Qureshi, MPH | January 13, 2016
Village HeartBEAT starts Year 4 with a record 21 churches
On Saturday, the first of an eventual 300 participants came out for health screenings as this year's Village HeartBEAT program began.
By Glenn Burkins | January 11, 2016
Sticking to your health resolutions is not impossible
Now that you've resolved to get healthy in 2016, here are some tips to help you stay focused.
By Ayesha Qureshi, MPH | January 7, 2016
Fitness Trends for 2016
What's hot in 2016: Qcitymetro fitness writer Sondra E.Z. Hines has the answers.
By Sondra E. Z. Hines | December 30, 2015
12 gifts for a healthier new year
Qcity readers, time is running out if you’ve yet to shop for Christmas gifts. Whether you’re brave enough to fight […]
By Sondra E. Z. Hines | December 23, 2015
Study: Breast cancer survival improves with speedy treatment
Women with breast cancer may have better survival odds if they get surgery and chemotherapy more quickly, two large U.S. studies suggest.
By By Lisa Rapaport | December 11, 2015