Summer is heating up, but that doesn’t mean your workout has to suffer. Here are a few tips for exercising in the heat.
Your shoulder is the most mobile joint in your body, and as a result, the most unstable. Here are a few ways to keep your shoulder joint healthy and prevent injuries.
Exercise is good for the body. It can help you lose weight, get stronger and reduce your risk of serious health conditions. But exercise doesn’t just benefit your physical health – it can also have a positive impact on your mental health and mood.
Recovery is an important and often forgotten part of any fitness program. Whether your goal is to recover from your workout or avoid face planting during your 3 p.m. meeting, here are some tips to catch some Zzz’s.
Chances are good that many of those optimistic New Year’s resolution makers have already failed. If you happen to fall into this group, don’t fret. A new day gives you another opportunity to work toward that goal.
Pat Ciarrocchi learns about common knee injuries and treatments from Charles D. Hummer III, M.D. in this segment from CBS3’s Talk Philly.
The health risks associated with smoking are no secret, but a recent study found that the risk of gaining weight may discourage smokers from quitting. These five simple tricks will help you keep the pounds off while you kick the habit.
While those of us who love the Media 5 Miler see it as a massive block party with a run thrown in for good measure, others see only the hills – each of which must be conquered twice!
Concussions are traumatic brain injuries that jar or shake the brain inside the skull. No matter how minor an injury may seem, concussions are always serious.
As a parent, ensuring your child’s safety is a job that never ends. And with spring sports officially in full bloom, it’s important to stay mindful of the safety issues sports present to our children.