We all know exercise helps maintain our long-term wellness as we age, but how do you get started? Try these expert tips to safely get back on the treadmill.
Weight gain during menopause is so common that some women even have a name for it — “menopot.” It’s the “pot belly” that develops in so many women during mid-life, when changing hormones and a slower metabolism team up to pack on the extra pounds.
If you want to live a better life with arthritis, the benefits of exercise are clear. Healthy movement can help you decrease stiffness, release your body’s natural pain-blocking endorphins and reduce stress on your joints as you lose weight.
Can spending too much time sitting make you more likely to get cancer? Our expert explains the evidence.
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Research is proving that it’s never too late to start moving to improve your heart health. A recent study found very similar benefits from exercise for men who began exercising before age 30 and those who began after the age of 40. In fact, Cleveland Clinic sports cardiologist Dermot Phelan, MD, PhD says, “As soon as you … Read More
If you have an undiagnosed thyroid condition that’s not being controlled, there are risks to even so-called “natural” supplements and exercise. Here’s what you need to know.