Fact or Myth: Can Exercise Help Heal Knee Injuries?

This is FACT. What injury strikes the most athletes? Knee injuries! A staggering 2.5 million people end up in the ER each year from a...
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Tai Chi May Reduce the Risk of Falling

Falls among the elderly are a leading cause of serious injuries that can often require hospitalization, nursing home admission, and in some cases even...
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Cross-Crawl Technique Strengthens Your Nervous System and Brain Development

Did you know..that cross-crawl technique is one of the easiest ways to activate your brain development and nervous system to give it the proper...
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5-Minute Health Tip: Tai Chi: The Anti-Aging Exercise

The traditional martial art and sport of tai chi has been praised for its many health benefits. Studies have shown that this low-impact exercise...
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Did You Know… Sex is a Wonder Drug for Heart Health and Longer Life?

Sure, you know sex feels good, but did you also know that it enhances heart health by normalizing cholesterol and blood pressure levels and...
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Exercise May Help Improve Memory

Canadian researchers have shown that moderate intensity exercise can help improve the memory of older people with slight memory loss and impaired cognitive function....
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The Secret to Preserving Muscle As You Age

As we age, preserving muscle mass is critical to our health and quality of life. Sarcopenia is the gradual loss of muscle mass and...
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Fact or Myth: Vigorous Exercise For Lowering Blood Pressure?

This is a MYTH. Difficult, high-intensity workouts are not necessary for improving heart health or lowering blood pressure. To the contrary, recent research coming out of...

Strong Legs Equal a Sharp Brain

Did You Know...that a new study shows that sturdy legs support brain health? It has long been known that strong muscles—especially legs muscles, the largest...

7 Reasons to Start Bouncing!

For years, the only people who regularly jumped on trampolines were children, elite athletes, and NASA astronauts. But recently, as information about the remarkable...