The last time you want to be sick is at the holidays. Here’s what you can do to best protect yourself.
Take it from someone who knows. It is possible to eat healthy while you travel and wait in airports.
When you travel, it can be hard to keep a routine of exercise and eating healthy. Time changes, new surroundings, and a packed schedule can all interfere.
Your bags are packed. Your flights are booked. Your itinerary is full of sights to see.
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Over the highway and through the state, to Grandmother’s house we go. Sounds like an idyllic family jaunt, right? Increase your odds of making it there with your sanity intact with these travel tips. Don’t wait until the last minute With all of the season’s hustle and bustle, you might be tempted to ditch preparation … Read More
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Watch as Cleveland Clinic’s certified yoga therapist Judi Bar demonstrates three easy poses that you can do during your day to help stretch your lower back and your hips.