July 16 2015
Stress has always been a hot topic for me. It is a critical area in our ability to develop a well-rounded health and weight-loss plan. And for many of us, stress leads to poor food choices. The term “comfort... View More
July 15 2015
Throughout history, milk has commonly been regarded as a vital part of a balanced diet. Popular sayings and slogans such as "Milk: it does a body good" and "Got Milk?" have brought milk into the mainstream... View More
July 13 2015
The world of fitness is fast paced, ever changing, and quickly growing. We’re always seeking the newest, brightest, and most recent programs and techniques. But what if you went in the other direction?... View More
July 10 2015
Chemicals supposed to be safe replacements for harmful chemicals in plastics are linked to hypertension and insulin resistance, a precursor to diabetes, find scientists from NYU Langone Medical Center... View More
July 8 2015
Achilles pain can be debilitating, frustrating, often long lasting. Traditional exercises for this pain usually include passively stretching your calves with a towel, going against a wall to stretch, and... View More
July 7 2015
This article outlines a sport-specific strength training program for freestyle sprint swimmers. It also includes illustrations of specific exercises. Continued at NSCA>>... View More
July 6 2015
Many of us grew up on a diet of white bread, chicken nuggets, peanut butter, and white pasta, with a few fruits and veggies thrown in. We know better now, but we all have our favorite dishes, like lasagna... View More
July 3 2015
Confused about fat? You're not the only one. Countless times I've heard: "I'm eating so healthy, really watching my fat intake, but still can't seem to lose weight." Since the 1980's she the low-fat craze... View More
July 2 2015
Summer is officially here, which means many of us are likely to be looking forward to a well-deserved vacation. For almost half of those who are jetting off abroad, the ideal vacation involves sun, sea... View More
July 1 2015
Keeping hydrated is important when exercising, but drinking too much can be hazardous - in some cases even resulting in death. A panel of experts has published new guidelines to avoid fatal overconsumption... View More
June 30 2015
A new genetic form of obesity and type 2 diabetes has been discovered by researchers at Imperial College London in the UK. The researchers publish their findings in the journalPLOS ONE. Continued at MedicalNewsToday>>
June 27 2015
A head of the publication of the 2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans, researchers have called for the US government to drop recommended restrictions on total fat consumption. Continued at MedicalNewsToday>>
June 26 2015
Fasting is commonly associated with the month of Ramadan. As you read this, billions of Muslims around the world are engaging in this declaration of faith that involves abstaining from food and drink from... View More
June 25 2015
In a new study, researchers from Weill Cornell Medical College in New York City, NY, found that the order in which different types of food are consumed has a significant impact on post-meal glucose and... View More
June 24 2015
A diet high in fat or sugar may do more than expand our waistlines. A new study by researchers from Oregon State University finds such diets may lead to reduced cognitive functioning, with a high-sugar... View More
June 23 2015
Researchers have discovered a gut microbe that could be effective for improving leanness and metabolic health among people who are overweight or obese. Continued at MedicalNewsToday>>... View More
June 22 2015
Health experts advise that children and teenagers should do at least 60 minutes of physical activity a day. This can accumulate over the day - for example cycling to school, walking or running around during... View More
June 21 2015
A new study published in Cell Metabolism suggests following a calorie-restricted diet that mimics fasting for just 5 days a month for 3 months may promote longevity and reduce a number of risk factors... View More
June 20 2015
Doctors often incorrectly diagnose zinc deficiency, according to a clinical audit in Scotland, and so induce cases of copper deficiency because misplaced treatment results in too much zinc. Continued at MedicalNewsToday>>
June 19 2015
Watching TV, playing video games, surfing the web: sedentary activities such as these have long been associated with physical health problems such as obesity and heart disease. A new study, however, suggests... View More