Set Aside Time for Quality Sleep: Too little sleep or poor sleep can disrupt your hormones, leading to increased appetite, higher blood glucose, and a thicker waistline. In fact, researchers from the Netherlands found that a single night of sleep deprivation can decrease insulin sensitivity by almost 25 percent. Find a sleep routine that works for you. If you have trouble sleeping, talk to your health care provider about your sleep patterns to see if they warrant further assessment.
What the Color of Your Pee Says About Your Health -- It's not something you might think about often, but your pee can tell you a lot about your body. This graphic from Cleveland Clinic shows what different urine hues might say about your health.