Aug. 12 2015
The human body craves variety. No matter how disciplined someone is, sooner or later he or she will need a change. For some reason, instead of embracing the fact we need variety and understanding it, many... View More
Aug. 11 2015
Those of you who are office workers are likely to have become well-acquainted with your desk chair; after all, you spend most of the day sitting on it - a behavior that has been linked to a range of health... View More
Aug. 10 2015
Training is ninety percent mental, fifty percent of the time, for 88 percent of the population. Or something like that. Right? Training being mental makes for a nice buzz phrase, and while it’s probably... View More
Aug. 9 2015
As a physical therapist I see lots of pains, aches, injuries, and muscle imbalances each and every day. One of the top five most common things I see is tight hip flexors. I see this in desk jockeys who... View More
Aug. 7 2015
Among men who regularly work out, a desire toward looking lean and muscular leads some to use over-the-counter supplements to improve their chances of attaining their ideal image. Researchers assessing... View More
Aug. 6 2015
After a stressful day of work, good intentions concerning dieting and exercise can quickly go out the window. Now, a new study from researchers at the University of Zürich in Switzerland... View More
Aug. 6 2015
After a stressful day of work, good intentions concerning dieting and exercise can quickly go out the window. Now, a new study from researchers at the University of Zürich in Switzerland... View More
Aug. 3 2015
High-protein diets, often with concomitant carbohydrate restriction, have gained a lot of attention and become quite popular as a means to lose weight, improve body composition, curb hunger, and improve... View More
Aug. 1 2015
Sugary drinks are considered a major contributor to health conditions such as obesity, type 2 diabetes and tooth decay. But have you ever wondered exactly what these beverages do to your body after consumption?... View More
July 31 2015
In the realm of body contouring, planks reign supreme. After all, what other single exercise can challenge your abs, buns, thighs, shoulders, and triceps all at once? Boost their power even further—and... View More
July 30 2015
Pregnancy poses a unique challenge for scientific studies. As noted in an article in Women’s Health Issues, pregnant women are often excluded from scientific trials and studies due to the complexities... View More
July 29 2015
Previous studies have suggested coffee consumption may lower the risk of mild cognitive impairment. But new research suggests this protective effect may depend on how coffee consumption habits change over... View More
July 27 2015
Oleogustus is the name given to the sense of fat taste that researchers believe should be added as the sixth sense of taste alongside salt, sweet, sour, bitter and umami. Continued at MedicalNewsToday>>
July 24 2015
Whether or not they live with their children, men gain an average of 3.5-4.5 lb after becoming a father. This is the finding of a new study by researchers at Northwestern Medicine in Evanston, IL, who... View More
July 23 2015
Participation in sports is often seen as the preserve of the young and fit. While the years from adolescence to young adulthood may be when bodies are at the peak of physical fitness, for women, this time... View More
July 22 2015
High television viewing and low physical activity in early and mid-adulthood may raise the risk of poorer cognitive function later in life, according to new research. Continued at MedicalNewsToday>>
July 21 2015
Five things for your clients to consider when picking a workout shoe. Continue reading >>... View More
July 20 2015
Doubling the amount of weekly moderate to vigorous aerobic exercise, to 300 minutes instead of 150 minutes a week, had a better effect on body fat in a trial of 400 inactive postmenopausal women. Continued... View More
July 17 2015
A meal in a restaurant might seem to be healthier than one eaten in a fast-food outlet, but according to a new study eating out at either location leads to a much greater consumption of calories than eating... View More
July 16 2015
Women who survive breast cancer are more likely to gain weight over the following years than women who have not had cancer - especially if they have a family history of the disease - according to a new... View More