Do you work an office job where you’re hunched over a keyboard most of the day? If so, you’re at risk for postural problems. This article discusses three common posture problems that are common in people who sit in front of a computer and how exercise can help.
Learn about the health benefits of eating right and working out.
What are those dilated, purple lines on your lower legs? Most likely, they’re varicose veins. More importantly, what can you do about them? This article discusses the latest on preventing and treating varicose veins. It also mentions the role diet and exercise play in maintaining healthy veins.
Exercise is good for every part of your body – even your breasts. This article talks about exercise and the role it plays in breast health and breast cancer prevention. It delves into recent research showing exercise offers some protection against breast malignancies.
Inflammation serves a useful purpose when you’re injured or exposed to virus but not when it’s chronic. Chronic inflammation has been linked with a number of health problems including heart disease. What role does exercise play in keeping inflammation in check? Find out.
You may have lost a portion of your height as you journeyed through adulthood. Far from being static, your height can change over time along with the rest of your body.
How fast do you walk? Your walking speed may say something about your overall health – including the health of your brain. Find out what new research shows about brain health, walking speed and risk for mortality.
What you eat and how you train affect your weight but behind the scenes you have to deal with the effects of hormones that regulate your appetite and metabolism. Lifestyle, dietary habits and exercise can all impact these hormones. Discover 4 major hormones that influence your weight.
Hot flashes are an uncomfortable side effect of menopause. Some women experience hot flashes for up to a decade after menopause begins! This article discusses the role lifestyle changes, including diet and exercise, play in controlling hot flashes and menopausal symptoms.
Yes, calcium is important for healthy bones but it needs a “support team” to help it work better. Discover five other nutrients you need for bone health and to lower your risk for osteoporosis.
With a desk job, you don’t have to brave the outdoor temperatures to make a living but being so sedentary can take a toll on your health in a number of ways. Here are five ways having a desk job may be harmful to your health.