Sept. 25 2015
As more people live sedentary lifestyles, it seems that any type of movement may be good for us. A recent study published in theAmerican Journal of Preventive Medicine suggests that fidgeting, traditionally... View More
Sept. 24 2015
It is always interesting to ask your fellow trainees why they lift weights. The answers will usually range from simply wanting to stay in shape to becoming a champion weightlifter, powerlifter, bodybuilder,... View More
Sept. 23 2015
More than 66% of Americans are now classed as either overweight or obese. But a recent study, published in the journal PLOS Medicine, shows that consumption of certain fruits and vegetables can help maintain... View More
Sept. 22 2015
A new report from the Trust for America's Health and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation has revealed that the highest rates of obesity in the US are concentrated in two regions, with 23 of the 25 states... View More
Sept. 21 2015
As more people live sedentary lifestyles, it seems that any type of movement may be good for us. A recent study published in theAmerican Journal of Preventive Medicine suggests that fidgeting, traditionally... View More
Sept. 19 2015
Recently, I’ve been on the receiving end of two knee injuries back to back, and while rest is what the doctor ordered, I still want to improve my skills. My injuries come from the world of grappling... View More
Sept. 18 2015
Many parents will have breathed a sigh of relief at the prospect of their children returning to school after the summer vacation. But rather than having to think of ways to keep them entertained or out... View More
Sept. 17 2015
There is a link between sedentary behavior and nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, according to a new study, and doing high levels of moderate to vigorous exercise is unlikely to counter this effect. Continued... View More
Sept. 16 2015
A new global study has identified high blood pressure, smoking and high body mass index as the top three avoidable risk factors for death and disease among adults worldwide. Among children under 5, undernutrition... View More
Sept. 15 2015
A research team from Sweden - publishing in the journal Rheumatology - says that a high body mass index in men may reduce the risk of rheumatoid arthritis, though the same cannot be said for women. Continued... View More
Sept. 14 2015
People who think they are doing the right thing by choosing a diet beverage then do the wrong thing by snacking on sodium, sugar and high-carbohydrate goodies like cookies, ice cream, fries and pastries,... View More
Sept. 12 2015
The knee is a complex structure and one of the most stressed joints in the body. It is the largest joint, vital for movement, and vulnerable to injury. Continued at MedicalNewsToday>>... View More
Sept. 11 2015
According to a new study published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, students with 20 minutes or less to eat at lunchtime rarely finish their meal and may make unhealthier food... View More
Sept. 9 2015
If you are one out of the every five people on this planet who owns a smart phone, now is the time to start thinking twice about looking down at your phone to check email or Facebook. By the time you are... View More
Sept. 8 2015
As an athlete, you’re built from the ground up. The body is a vastly interconnected system, and your feet are the foundation. So if you’re struggling to push past a plateau - your feet may... View More
Sept. 6 2015
Authors of a small study conclude that \"vitamin C supplementation represents an effective lifestyle strategy\" for reducing the blood vessel constriction that is increased in overweight and obese adults.Continued... View More
Sept. 4 2015
The trillions of bacteria in your digestive system play a major role in your metabolism, and they're linked to your risks of type 2 diabetes, obesity and the related conditions that make up "metabolic... View More
Sept. 3 2015
New research indicates that household food insecurity dramatically increases the likelihood of metabolic diseases in children, with many showing chronic disease markers before they graduate from high school.... View More
Sept. 2 2015
Alzheimer\'s disease is the most common form of dementia, affecting around 5.3 million Americans, of whom 5.1 million are aged 65 and older. Continued at MedicalNewsToday... View More
Aug. 31 2015
Salt Lake City Utah: Vicore Fitness, long known for their innovative approaches getting fit, has turned to crowdfunding through Kickstarter to launch and promote their newest offering, The Terra Core. ... View More

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