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Health News: Fact or Fiction?

Reviewing health and fitness news on the internet can produce a minefield of misinformation. Anybody can open a social media account, build ...

Question of the Month

We all know it: that dire moment when we return home exhausted from a harried day and realize we have no idea what to make for dinner and no...

Exercise Types Affect the Brain Differently

Plenty of research has determined that regular exercise benefits brain health. A recent large review got more specific and looked into how different types of exercise affect the brain.

Treat & Reduce Obesity Act of 2017 Gains Momentum

Efforts to help people with obesity may get a little more support. In April, pertinent new legislation was introduced in both the House and ...

Can You Catch the Running Bug?

What do the common cold, the flu and running have in common? All three are contagious, according to a new study.

Recipe for Health: Grilled Salmon Spelt Salad With Blueberry Vinaigrette

Buttery salmon, sweet-tart berry dressing, crunchy nuts, chewy spelt and sun-kissed vegetables mingle to create an Instagram-ready summer sa...

Migraines: A Weighty Issue?

Migraines have long been a malady of unknown etiology, confounding medical practitioners and sufferers alike. A research review suggests tha...

Exercise Mitigates Stress-Related Weight Gain in Kids

School work, social situations, family challenges—young kids are faced with a great deal of pressure and perhaps lack the proper outle...

The Ergonomics of Fitness: Avoiding On-the-Job Injuries

The science of ergonomics helps office workers avoid repetitive-strain injuries and prevents lost-time accidents among factory workers. But what can it do for fitness professionals? A lot more than yo...

Don’t Give Frozen Foods the Cold Shoulder

People tend to frown on frozen vegetables and fruits, but fresh isn’t always best. In a paper published in the June 2017 issue of the ...

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