According to the World Heart Federation, those who live in the developed world have a 73 percent greater chance of having a new major cardiac event than those who live in the undeveloped world. Why?
According to the National Cancer Institute, obesity may increase your likelihood of developing certain cancers. But losing those extra pounds may help you reduce your risk. “Every year, we are getting increasing knowledge that indicates
Think you don’t have time for a good work out? Think again. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends at least 150 minutes of moderately intensity aerobic exercise and two days of muscle-strengthening activities
Many New Years resolutions often focus on healthy eating, and one particular diet plan has again drawn praise from medical experts for its ability to help prevent diseases such as diabetes and heart disease —
The New Year is here! Are you ready for a new you? Learn about New Year’s resolutions to help you develop healthy habits in 2016.
When you send your youngest family members outside to play, you could be missing out on a golden opportunity to spend extra time with those you love while setting the groundwork for a lifetime of
You come home after work. As you’re changing out of your work attire, you see your running shoes under your bed and think, “I should go for a run.” After going through a checklist of
Fitting a quick lunch-hour workout into your daily schedule can relieve stress, make you a more productive employee and set the tone for a successful afternoon at the office. According to Mike Lofland, director of
Like many forms of exercise, regular yoga participation can have a positive effect on cardiovascular health. In addition to potentially increasing your flexibility, improving balance, strengthening bones and contributing to maintaining a healthy weight,