Fitness & Nutrition

Fitness & Nutrition

When you’re tired and hungry, admit it: you scarf down a bag of potato chips, not a plum. Most of...Read More
Stretching is a low-impact form of exercise that encourages movement, relieves stiff joints and supports recovery after a bleed. “When...Read More
New guidelines offer science-based evidence on how food affects us.Read More
Honey roasted peanuts. Chocolate-dipped strawberries. Lobster thermidor. Your tantalizing treat may be someone else’s toxin. That’s because food allergies can...Read More
Indoor rock climbing can be an enjoyable and healthy exercise for everyone, even people with bleeding disorders. Because technique is...Read More
Herbal remedies, weight loss medications, and other nonprescription products that are imported from other countries and that target certain minorities...Read More
The term “basal metabolic index,” or BMI, is bandied about in popular health magazines and at fitness centers. In fact,...Read More
Dieting is not a dynamic way to lose weight. Those fad diets soon fade as dieters discover that eliminating certain...Read More
Geocaching (pronounced geo-cash-ing) is an all-season activity that sends you, your family and friends on searches throughout the city or...Read More
With their sleek, shiny cans and cool logos, energy drinks entice kids and teens by the millions. Despite their claims,...Read More
Cold cereal with milk provides good nutrition for kids at breakfast time, but it’s not the only way to break...Read More
Biking gets you around, gets you in shape and gets you active with the whole family. It boosts your cardiovascular...Read More
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