Many factors determine your weight. But your metabolism may ultimately steer the ship. Discover the truth about questions that pique your curiosity in our series, “The Short Answer.” Here, a wellness dietitian explains how to stoke your metabolic fire.
You may have heard that sleep, a healthy diet and managing stress help you minimize chronic pain. But three other factors that help your control pain are often overlooked. A pain management expert explains.
You can expect exercise-induced muscle soreness when you perform an unfamiliar physical activity for an extended time without a gradual ramp-up
While swimming is a potentially lifesaving skill and a great physical fitness activity, it also can be a tremendous source of fun, a rehabilitation tool, a confidence builder for kids, a lifetime hobby or an ultra competitive sport.
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The health benefits of running include improving heart health and reducing risk of high blood pressure. Yet misconceptions about running persist. We debunk 5 common myths.
Regular exercise is your friend if you suffer with COPD. Find out how exercise can ease your symptoms and help you spend less time in the ER.
Weak ankles are more susceptible to sprains. Do these three exercises daily to strengthen your ankles and cut down on injuries and sprains at any age.
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.