Gait Retraining May Reduce Risk of “Runner’s Knee”
New insight on whether “runner’s knee” may be preventable can help you support clients who are struggling with this condition.
Family Meal Planning
Try some of these family meal planning strategies and healthy recipes, which you can customize for your family’s lifestyle.
Intermittent fasting is enjoying new popularity among people trying to lose weight, and studies show promising benefits for the body and brain.
Working Moms Get Less Exercise
American working moms are at risk for low levels of physical activity, according to another study by Baylor University researchers.
Physically Active Working Moms Cope Better
Data showed an association between moderate-intensity physical activity and higher levels of life satisfaction during the pandemic for working moms.
WHO’s New Message on Physical Activity
Do your motivational messages incorporate the latest evidence-based practices on how to support behavioral change in your more sedentary clients?
A Food Plan? Just What the Doctor Ordered!
Routine healthcare visits need to include some form of a rapid dietary assessment tool, according to the American Heart Association.
Women Pace Better Than Men
Women pace themselves better than men when running marathons, according to an analysis of 10 years of marathon results on RunRepeat.com.
New Era of Wearable Technologies
Innovations in soft and wearable electronics will soon make personal fitness monitoring possible in all types of conditions.
Arsenic in Rice
Rice is a staple for millions of people, but the grainy dark side is that it often contains arsenic, a carcinogen that contributes to health problems.
Married Couples Share Risk Factors
Small-group personal training may benefit married couples, as nearly 80% of them share heart disease risk factors and behaviors.
America’s Growing Appetite for Diets
A report shows that the number of U.S. adults on a special diet for weight loss 2015–2018 was up 14% from a decade earlier.
The $121 Billion Mental Wellness Economy
Mental wellness is emerging as a new industry based on consumer spending in four major markets, according to the Global Wellness Institute.
Plant-Based Antioxidants We Need
Polyphenols are a class of plant-based antioxidants found in coffee, but we may want to get more from vibrant fruits and vegetables.
Alcohol Consumption During the Pandemic
According to survey data, alcohol use increased by about 14% in the United States during the first few months of the pandemic.