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.
Sports Health & Fitness
Tendinitis or Tendinosis? Why the Difference Is Important, What Treatments Help
Whether it’s an elbow, shoulder, hip, knee or ankle, a painful tendon is a troublesome condition that can affect just about anyone. You are probably familiar with an inflamed tendon being called tendinitis, but have you ever heard of tendinosis?
Why You Must Act Fast When a Tooth Gets Knocked Out
It is common for adults and kids to get hurt during any form of sports, especially contact sports. Unfortunately, the face often is the main area of damage — making athletic injuries a major link between sports and dentistry.
You Can Start Exercising After Age 60 — Here’s How
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.
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3 Top Tips to Avoid a Stiff Neck from Cycling
Neck pain is one of the most common complaints from cyclists. And it’s no wonder: Cycling places great demands on the neck. The good news is that a few adjustments to your bike and your form can correct the problem.
5 Questions to Ask Before You Exercise With Arthritis
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.
Whether You’re 30 or 40, Starting to Exercise Improves Heart Health
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