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Category: Exercise / Fitness


Healthy Options at Fast Food Restaurants

Posted in Exercise / Fitness, Parenting & Pregnancy, Pediatrics

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Take the Time to Stretch Every Day

Posted in Ache / Pain, Exercise / Fitness, The Body

I'm a big fan of stretching.  One of the greatest things about stretching with exercise is that it helps loosen the muscles and protect you.  Stretching is a very important part of exercise, a very important part of our everyday.  Even if you're not exercising, take the time to stretch because a stretch can actually [&hellip

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Fast Food Is Contributing to Obesity

Posted in Diabetes / Blood Sugar, Diet / Weight Loss, Exercise / Fitness, Foods / Drinks, Health Conditions

Fast food restaurants.  For most Americans, you can't live without them, but can you live with them?  They dot the landscape of our country, city after city.  But with a Nation on the run with countless single parents, or couples trying to split time between work and the demands of a heavy family schedule, those [&hellip

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Exercise Needs to Be Paired with Stretching

Posted in Exercise / Fitness

Exercise is one of the keys to staying healthy, but as medical experts look at it, they want you to understand that preparing for workouts is crucial.  If you see enough people exercising, you realize that they don't take a lot of time stretching.  I've got to tell you, exercise is an important way to [&hellip

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Study Looks at Health Benefits of the Mediterranean Diet

Posted in Diet / Weight Loss, Exercise / Fitness, Foods / Drinks, Heart Health, Mental Health, Research

Following the Mediterranean diet could be linked to health benefits.  What is the Mediterranean diet?  Basically, it's one with plenty of olive oil, grains, fruits, veggies, fish, and lean meats.  The Mediterranean diet has been shown to be linked to a reduced risk for many illnesses including heart disease, Parkinson's, and Alzheimer's.  This has been [&hellip

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The Benefits of Weightlifting

Posted in Exercise / Fitness, Women's Health

Can women weight-lift?  Absolutely.  Weightlifting is a great form of exercise.  It's good for a couple reasons.  First of all, it helps with toning, but in addition to that, when you lift weights and you are stronger, the muscles actually burns calories when you're not even working out, so you have an advantage.  That exercise [&hellip

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Vitamin D May Improve Athletic Performance

Posted in Exercise / Fitness, Foods / Drinks, Parenting & Pregnancy, Pediatrics, Research, Vitamins & Supplements

Vitamin D can be obtained through ultraviolet rays from sunlight as well as through foods and supplements, but can vitamin D improve your athletic performance?  Vitamin D was thought to be primarily involved in bone development, but a growing body of research suggests it's vital in multiple bodily functions including allowing muscle fibers to develop [&hellip

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Getting Less Sleep May Be Linked to an Increased Cancer Risk

Posted in Cancer, Exercise / Fitness, Lifestyle, Research, Sleep

Exercise may be one of the best defenses against cancer.  We have seen this in multiple studies.  What about the role of sleep?  Among those under 65, sleeping less than 7 hours per night was associated with an increased risk of cancer, even among those who were physically active.  The researchers suggest that sleep duration [&hellip

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Obesity and Measuring Ideal Body Weight

Posted in Diet / Weight Loss, Exercise / Fitness, Research

We know that obesity is a major health problem in this country.  Clearly, when we talk about obesity, we can't ignore the fact that it's attacking young people.  I often talk about health problems associated with obesity, but one of the key problems with reports on obesity is the fact that very few of us [&hellip

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The Key to Staying Young

Posted in Diet / Weight Loss, Exercise / Fitness

Do you want to stay young?  If you want to stay young, you don't have to use special facial creams or start the latest fad diet.  Believe it or not, you just need to use common sense and care for yourself.  The most important step is eating a balanced diet; plenty of fruits, vegetables, and [&hellip

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