American Heart Month in Review: Lark Helps Patients Assess and Manage Their Cardiovascular Risk
By providing patients with the tools they need to improve their heart health, Lark supports their cardiac self-efficacy—their ability to manage and improve their cardiovascular health.
Ten Ways to Overcome Lack of Motivation to Exercise
Exercise is one of the best ways to improve health and manage weight, but does exercise ever stay on your “should-do” list instead of your “to-do” list? Staying motivated to be active is a common chal
Eight Tips for Healthy Eating on a Budget Plus Ten Healthy Low-Cost Meals
Prices seem to be going up every day, but there are some tips and tricks that can help you stick to your health goals. Here are eight tips to eat healthy on a budget.
More About Lark
Lark is a personalized virtual coach available 24/7 on your smartphone. Lark provides a range of health and wellness support, helping you create habits that last a lifetime. Lark partners with leading insurance brands to bring you chronic condition prevention and management at no cost if eligible.
Easy Lifestyle Changes to Make to Live Longer (and Happier)
Small lifestyle changes can make a huge difference in terms of years of your life! Here are easy changes to live longer and happier.
What Is Self-Care?
Self-care is a simple idea. It involves taking care of your health. Most people may agree with the idea, but do you actually practice them?
5 Lifestyle Patterns That May Explain Why Millennials Are Less Healthy Than Previous Generations
Millennials have proven to be a unique generation in many ways, and their health is no exception. The generation is at risk for chronic conditions.
Does Your Commute Contribute to Your Health?
The average American commute is over 26 minutes each way, totaling 52 minutes per day or 4 hours and 20 minutes in a five-day workweek.
Five Ways to Remember to Break up Sedentary Time
Breaking up sitting time is another powerful way to lower blood sugar and improve insulin sensitivity.
Ways to Stand More Throughout the Day
Standing burns 20% more calories per minute than sitting, and has increased benefits. How can you stand more during your days?
Take Small Steps to Reach Big Goals
Small changes and gradual habit-building are great strategies for progressing towards larger goals by breaking it down.
All About Moderate-Intensity Activity
Aim for at least 150 minutes per week of moderate-intensity physical activity as it brings many immediate and future benefits such as lowering risk for heart disease or living longer.
Checking In on Yourself During Quarantine: Is Your Body Getting Enough Physical Activity?
Physical activities can help to keep our bodies strong and our mental health in good shape, helping us to cope and stay healthy during this trying time.
Checking in on Yourself During Quarantine: The Benefits of Stretching
Changes in routines and added levels of stress may impact your muscles. The benefits of stretching can help relieve any extra tension and help to support flexible and healthy muscles.
Nutrition Tracking Tips
Food tracking is so important in your success, but can be challenging to get started. Here are some tips for how to get started.
Top Tips for Staying Healthy This Valentine's Day
It's okay to enjoy some favorite treats on Valentine’s Day. To keep them from getting in the way of your health goals, have small portions, choose only your favorite treats, and go back to eating your regular healthy foods the next day.
Check How Much You Can Increase Life Expectancy By Eating Healthier!
Healthy changes can affect life expectancy positively. An online calculator lets you see how many years of life someone would gain or lose with those changes.
Beating Pollen for Outdoor Exercise This Spring
Over 20 million Americans have seasonal allergies. Here’s what to know about exercising outdoors when pollen is in the air.