A new study published in the Journal of Bone and Mineral Research has confirmed that high-intensity resistance and impact training can improve bone mineral density! This is phenomenal news, as there has been a question mark regarding whether postmenopausal women should train.
Exercise is key to a healthy lifestyle, but many people worldwide are afflicted by sedentary jobs where they work eight to 12 hours a day or longer. Many have said that “sitting” is the new “smoking” because of the stress it puts on your body in general.
A new study published in the open-access journal Frontiers in Human Nueroscience shows that older people who routinely engage in physical exercise can reverse the signs of aging in the brain. But, what stands out the most in this study is that dancing has the most profound effect.
Melanoma is the leading cause of cancer death for young adults 25-30 years old. The incidence of melanoma has doubled in the last 25 years. Unless it is found early, it can be deadly. One American dies of melanoma every hour. If detected early, survival rate can be 99 percent. One in 58 Americans will develop melanoma.
Skinny does not elicit a picture of health and wellness. When someone calls me skinny, my response includes: “Call me that again and see what happens.” I am not a fan. To me, skinny is a 4-letter word.
There is SO much in life we cannot control, but the one thing we can is our thoughts and how we kick off each day. Check out six things you can do to wake the right way and take control of how your day unfolds.
While there are benefits to sun exposure, including increased vitamin D levels and it’s an effective way to combat insomnia as well as seasonal affective disorder, it also can be very dangerous— more so than the average person realizes. Here are some things you need to know to protect yourself this summer while still enjoying the great outdoors.
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