During breast cancer treatment, it’s common to wrestle with fatigue. You know you should exercise, but how do you start when you are tired all the time? Get some fatigue-busting advice from a physical therapist who works with breast cancer patients each day.
While treadmills and ellipticals offer many of the same exercise benefits, your goals and physical condition should guide you. Here are several considerations that will help you decide which machine is best for you.
If you’re living with a chronic health condition, even a small amount of physical activity — 60 minutes per week — can boost your health. Here are four tips to get you started.
Most of the health and weight loss advice out there is misguided, outdated and scientifically inaccurate. Don’t let it create road blocks on your journey to health and wellness.
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We all want to be heart-healthy, and ensuring healthy levels of cholesterol — a fat, or lipid, carried through the bloodstream — is the first step. Learn the steps that you can take to lower your risks of heart attack and stroke.
Improving balance is important as we begin to age. These exercises can help you improve your balance and prevent injuries from trips, slips and falls.
Are you trying to lose weight? Get advice from a doctor who often works with overweight patients. She offers practical advice.
Most of us have heard that our metabolism slows down after age 40, but is there any truth to it? And what can you do about it?
It can be a challenge to fit in the recommended 30 minutes of exercise five days each week. But a new study shows that cramming in all of your weekly exercise on the weekends may still be doing your body some good.
To increase your fitness level and keep it there, remember that progress is perfection. Start with ten extra minutes of exercise, and before you know it, you’ll be working out for 30 minutes a day, as the American College of Sports Medicine recommends.