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
Aug. 28 2015
Scientists who analyzed the cell-level circuits surrounding the activity of the FTO gene - the one most strongly associated with obesity - have discovered a metabolic pathway that appears to exert overall... View More
Aug. 27 2015
While past studies have suggested firstborn children are smarter, new research brings some bad news for firstborn women with a younger sister: they are more likely to be overweight or obese. Continued... View More
Aug. 26 2015
Research studies designed with "high-quality" science have failed to reveal any benefit against cognitive decline for older people taking structured exercise or nutritional supplements. Continued at
Aug. 25 2015
One of the most functional movements the body performs is a full squat. When done correctly, a squat strengthens the core, spinal erectors, glutes, hip flexors, hamstrings, and quads. In addition, range... View More
Aug. 24 2015
“Movement patterns,” “motor programs,” what does it all mean? In the last couple of years the fitness field has become inundated with these terms. Despite the apparent trendiness... View More
Aug. 20 2015
While it may be a convenient way to fit lunch into a hectic work schedule, new research published in the Journal of Health Psychology suggests that eating while "on the go" could lead to weight gain and... View More
Aug. 19 2015
Let's take it back to 1988. Think fanny packs, parachute pants and boom boxes... and Ron Clark at a small desk in the #5 engine room hoping to finish the last chapter of his business plan before the siren... View More
Aug. 18 2015
Head trauma can cause brain damage that has serious implications for long-term health, but it can be difficult to notice such injuries when they occur. To solve this problem, a team of researchers has... View More
Aug. 17 2015
A study published in the Journal of Aging and Health that followed nearly 3,000 men reveals a link between intelligence and midlife physical performance. Continued at MedicalNewsToday>>... View More
Aug. 15 2015
Last year, the World Health Organization hailed energy drinks a "danger to public health," after they found consumption of such beverages is on the rise. Now, an infographic created by website View More
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