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Your immune system ages too? Yes, it does and it can affect your risk of disease in several ways. Are there ways to slow down the aging of your immune system? Find out.
Exercise is a brain healthy habit. Yet, you can’t do it once in a while and expect to get the benefits. In fact, a new study shows that you lose some of the benefits after taking even a short break. Find out more.
Eating a healthy, whole food based diet, is one of the smartest moves you can make for your health. Combine that with exercise and quality sleep and you have the foundation of a healthy lifestyle. But what about stress? A new study shows why you don’t want to live it out of the equation.
Calcium helps to preserve bone health, right? Assuming this to be true, many people, especially women, take a calcium supplement. Is this a good idea? Here’s why you should reconsider.
Aging starts inside your cells, long before it’s manifest on the surface. You can’t completely stop the aging process but there’s evidence that exercise may slow cellular aging. Find out how.
You often hear about the importance of getting enough sleep and how not doing so can negatively affect your health – but how much IS enough? Also, can you get too much? Find out.
Lower back pain is an inconvenience and sometimes downright debilitating. If you have lower back pain, training a particular group of muscles may help you prevent future problems with lower back pain. Find out what this muscle is and how to train it.
When it’s hot outside, you can lose a lot of fluid, especially if you’re moving around a lot. Hydration is a must for your health and wellbeing. Still, many myths abound about hydration, what to hydrate with and how much you need to drink. Here are five myths and truths about hydration.
You already know that exercise does good things for your body composition but it’s also good medicine. In fact, a new study shows exercise lowers the risk of five types of chronic disease – but how much exercise do you need to enjoy this benefit?