There are many excuses to avoid exercising during winter. Here are some tips to stay active even on the coldest of days.
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.
Pregnancy may seem like the perfect opportunity to relax and cut down or even avoid exercise, however, exercising during your pregnancy can be good for both you and baby.
The holidays are a time to spend with family and loved ones and, of course, to eat! Here are some tips to help you survive your next holiday party or family dinner and not regret it so much later.
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!
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.
Pregnancy is one of the best times in a woman’s life, but most moms-to-be could probably do without the physical discomfort. While back pain may be part of the pregnancy package, you don’t have to suffer for months until baby pops out.
It is important to remember that the key to a heart-healthy lifestyle is balance and moderation. So, as American Heart Month comes to a close, I am going to debunk three common heart-healthy nutrition myths.