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.
It’s safe to say most Americans have plenty of access to resources about how to live a healthy, active life, but unfortunately, too few of us are taking this readily available advice. We have become
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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
You can make a huge impact on your health by staying current on all wellness visits, immunizations and recommended screenings for your age or health condition, but what about the times between preventive care visits?
At one point or another, most of us have experienced a strain, pull or even a tear. If you’re active and play any kind of sports, getting injured is always a possibility, but whether you’re
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While 50 may be the new 40 (and 40 the new 30), there’s no denying that most middle-aged people don’t look the same as they did in their young adulthood, especially around the waistline. While