The American Heart Association® recommends 2.5 hours per week of moderately intense activity to maintain good health; only about one in five adults and teens report following this guideline. Take a look at three ways in which older adults can begin their fitness journey by walking one-hour per week and gradually increase their exercise over time.
Don’t neglect your sweet tooth! Instead, swap out sugar for cinnamon—an indulgent yet practical way to keep your blood sugar under control.
If the acronym “HIIT” or high-intensity interval training makes you cringe, check out these three tips on how to reap the benefits of a high-intensity workout routine minus the high impact.
It’s no surprise that sugar, saturated and trans fats, omega-6 fatty acids, refined carbohydrates, and MSG aren’t the MVPs of nutrition. However, do you know what goodies they’re hiding in or why they are a nightmare for arthritis sufferers? Learn more about the irritating effects of these five foods.
The PHIT Act or Personal Health Investment Today Act is legislation pending in Congress which will allow Americans to use their pre-tax HSA or FSA to cover their physical activity expenses. Discover how the PHIT Act directly affects your pocketbook and health for the better.
Find out how healing touch and oncology massages lessen the pain and anxiety caused by cancer as well as its associated treatments.
It’s the time of year when college sports enthusiasts and basketball fans look forward to college basketball’s single-elimination, Division 1 basketball tournament. Basketball is a fun sport to watch from the crowd stands and a great option to add to your fitness plan.
March 20 is the first official day of spring. Enjoy the warmer weather with the family and stay active with these 4 fitness tips
Safe and moderate exercise gives mom and baby support during pregnancy and delivery. After approval from your doctor, try these full body workouts courtesy of Medical News Today.
Take advantage of the extra-long weekend with this 20-minute workout courtesy of self.com.
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