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Carbohydrates have gotten a pretty bad reputation in the last few years...all but eliminating carbs...Arnold Schwarzenegger, the Governator himself, made post-workout carb consumption...
A new method to determine the outcome of lower back pain is 83% accurate at predicting absenteeism rates.
When you think of a good workout, no doubt you picture yourself covered in sweat, muscles aching, lungs burning, and pushing yourself to your limits...it's not the only way to get healthy.
Since the FDA recommends finding alternative treatment and management methods to alleviate the muscular pain and stiffness caused by fibromyalgia isn't it worth giving yoga a try?
Wouldn't it be awesome if there was an easy way to diagnose and treat depression as simply as pressing a button on your smartphone and having an app alert you if you are depressed?
We've all had those days when we're just too tired or stressed to work out...Not only does dopamine help us feel the reward, but it's the thing that encourages us to work toward them.
Talk to any vegetarian, and they will gladly extol the virtues of a veggie-based diet, and there are many health benefits including reduced risk of heart disease, better glucose control, and more.
Knowledge is more than just power—it's the best way to stay healthy as you undergo treatments like Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT). You may be putting your heart at risk.
The analysis of the data proved that a predisposition to a higher waist-to-hip ratio (WHR) did lead to higher levels of glucose, insulin, lipids, and systolic blood pressure. The fact that men...
As expected, Americans tended toward the obese. Shamefully, only 44% of American men and 20% of American women meet the physical activity guidelines established by the U.S. Surgeon General.
When the worms were fed a diet high in sugar and fats...instinct built into every animal on the planet, including humans, directs malnourished animals to roam more to seek out quality food...
Stress is a risk factor In at least 80% of health problems affecting modern men and women from our metabolism, endocrine, immune, and digestive systems, to our heart and brain health.
Red meat is a nutrient-rich food, with large quantities of iron, vitamin B12, and proteins; however, red meat is still perceived as not heart-smart, even though scientific evidence disagrees.
Any fast-paced, high-impact, contact sport exposes athletes to risk, and If you play your heart out, there's a very real chance that you will suffer injuries during the course of your career.
Your children's brain, muscles, bones, joints, coordination, and hormones will suffer from a lack of physical activity, but also their risk of cardiovascular health problems as an adult will increase.
The human gut is a truly marvelous place, but did you know that your gut has its own nervous system, and your intestinal health affects your brain health, mood, immune system, bones, and muscles?
This not only promises a bright future for joint injuries, but may lead to breakthroughs in the treatment of severe burns, organ damage, and the list goes on.