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There’s nothing like a warm, sunny day to brighten our mood and give us
a boost of optimism. And after the spring we’ve had, we couldn’t be more ready for it.
Find out all you need to know about the health benefits of cycling and get tips on equipment and road safety.
If exercise were a pill, it would be one of the most cost-effective drugs ever invented.
Having a heart attack or being diagnosed with heart disease is a life-changing event. And, it can be challenging to make the necessary changes to help live a heart-healthy life.
Between health concerns, financial strain and social distancing, we are all under stress with the outbreak of the coronavirus.
Research suggests moderate-intensity, low-impact activity, such as yoga and fast walking, is just as effective as high-impact activity, such as running, in lowering the risk of heart disease.
Physical activity and exercise can help you stay healthy, energetic and independent as you get older.
The best way to deal with back pain is to stay active and continue doing regular exercise.
With awareness, motivation, desire for change, and repetitive practice, we can alter our thoughts and emotions.
Did you make New Year’s resolutions that are already forgotten?
Avoid the emotional rollercoaster by setting yourself up for success.
February is Heart Month, so it’s a great time to reflect on self-care for your heart.
When you invest time and energy into being active in these domains, you increase the likelihood that you’ll remain healthy and able to pursue whatever your retirement goals and dreams are.
Keeping our bodies and our brains active in retirement could save years of ill health
Panic attacks are quite common. Ever wonder why our bodies are reacting in such a way? Let's break it down.
Never tried a massage? You may be missing out on more benefits than you realized.
The mere act of being near nature has a positive effect on your mental and physical well-being.
Are you doing all you can to start your day successfully? These three tips can help!
Walking is simple, free, and one of the easiest ways to get more active, lose weight and become healthier.
Staying properly hydrated is easy, but like anything requires conscious practice before it becomes a good habit.
A successful preparation starts with a healthier and happier you. Buckle-up and ring-in the New Year with Top 5 Dietitian Approved Tips.
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