Upon reaching retirement, most American men look forward to tossing their alarm clocks and spending time traveling, gardening, golfing and playing with their grandkids. While there are a few among the older set who continue
We’ve all seen those infomercials selling premium stationary bikes or bulky fitness equipment that promise to get you in the best shape of your life—and they usually come with a price tag that follows suit.
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Type 2 diabetes affects more than 30 million Americans, while prediabetes affects over 84 million Americans, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Those current numbers account for roughly a third of
February marks American Heart Month, an entire month dedicated to promoting awareness and providing easy lifestyle changes anyone can make to improve the health of their heart. We know you most likely know what’s good
It’s a fact of life that as we age, our bodies grow older right along with us. Our vision starts to blur, our joints start to ache and according to experts, our blood pressure almost
An Olympic year is a magical time for any country. The idea of sending your best and brightest athletes to represent your country, maybe mixed with some hopes you may have had as a child
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Whether it’s an old wives’ tale passed on from generation to generation or a viral rumor taking social media by storm, we’ve all fallen victim to common winter health myths at one point in time.
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