Health

I didn't get the snazzy items on my list last year, but I figured out they weren't what I wanted. All I really want for Christmas is for all of us to get healthier.
In this article, I’ll highlight some of the most common overuse foot conditions that I treat. Additionally, we’ll discuss appropriate ways to manage the dysfunction.
If you are an active person, then it's likely you've experienced trauma to your precious head and brain. Here's what you can do to heal symptoms from impact to your skull.
Here are nine articles to help you maintain your health, your sanity, and your waistline over the holiday season.
You've probably heard being an athlete builds stronger bones. At first glance, a recent study appears to cast doubt on that claim, so let's have a look at the details.
For some people, the lack of sunlight during the fall and winter can lead to feeling seriously blue and even depressed. This is known as seasonal affective disorder (SAD).
Do you look after your body as well as you look after your car? Here are eight strategies to help you take things up a gear.
Leptin is an important hormone that controls how much body fat we store and how much food we consume. When working properly, leptin helps us maintain a healthy weight and stops us from overeating.
Baking soda might be one of the most versatile items in your kitchen cabinet. In a recent study, ingesting baking soda improved squat numbers.
A recent research review took a look at some common conceptions about how various lifestyle factors affect bone health. It turns out most of them seem to be correct.
The more estrogen we have, the more growth hormone we produce. So, what does this mean? Can we capitalize on our production of GH? What happens when we aren’t making as much estrogen?
Lindsey Mathews is a chiropractor who specializes in biomechanics of the body. She eats a paleo diet and takes fish oil. Here are ten articles from her to help you look after yourself.
A new study shows squats might have yet another health benefit - improved bone health in women with osteoporosis and osteopenia.
I am going to talk about rhabdo from a biological standpoint and how it affects the body. Then you can make an informed decision on whether or not CrossFit is the only sport that causes rhabdo.
Do you know what GH does in the human body or when, why and how it’s produced? And did you know production varies due to gender and probably not in the way you’d expect?
If you participate in sports or gym activities that require high energy outputs for two to three minutes, you need to make sure you are ingesting plenty of carbohydrates.
Being a physical therapist and CrossFit coach allows me to look at movement from a unique perspective. In the CrossFit box, that look is visually painful most of the time.