No Pain, No Gain… Is This Pain After My Workout Normal?

Posted by on Jul 19, 2016 in Fitness, Health | No Comments
No Pain, No Gain… Is This Pain After My Workout Normal?

Not all pain after a workout is normal. Learn the difference between good pain and bad pain so you can recover and heal faster.

Transform Your Yoga Practice With Movement

Posted by on May 25, 2015 in Fitness, Health, Yoga | No Comments
Transform Your Yoga Practice With Movement

If you practice vinyasa or flow yoga, you’re probably used to lots of movement between poses. This, of course, builds heat and gives your yoga practice that flowing, dance-like feel. There are times, though, when too much moving is not good for you — such as when you are trying to meditate. But incorporating more […]

How Much Exercise Do You Really Need?

Posted by on Apr 29, 2015 in Fitness, Health | No Comments
How Much Exercise Do You Really Need?

The benefits of exercise are clear, but how much should you be doing each week? And how hard should you work out? It turns out that most of us could stand to squeeze more exercise into our day. But we can probably get away with moderate exercise like walking. Exercising Lags Behind Screen Time If […]

Healthy Habits May Lead to Younger Cells

Posted by on Sep 18, 2013 in Fitness, Health, Medicine | No Comments
Healthy Habits May Lead to Younger Cells

Healthy diet, more exercise, and stress reduction are linked to longer telomeres, the protective caps on chromosomes that indicate the age of the cells.

Stretching at the Edge—Is Hot Yoga Safe?

Posted by on Aug 19, 2013 in Fitness, Yoga | No Comments
Stretching at the Edge—Is Hot Yoga Safe?

Ready to sweat it out in the yoga room? A new study examines the safety of hot yoga, and finds that doing yoga in a heated environment may not be that much different from less extreme styles.

Camping Could Help Reset Your Internal Clock

Posted by on Aug 5, 2013 in Fitness, Health, Science | No Comments
Camping Could Help Reset Your Internal Clock

Artificial lights, including computers and smartphones, can throw off your body’s circadian rhythm. A new study shows that a week of camping might give your internal clock a much-needed reset.

Save Time with the 7-Minute Scientific Workout

Posted by on May 30, 2013 in Fitness, Health | 8 Comments
Save Time with the 7-Minute Scientific Workout

Looking for a quick, low-tech workout that you can take with you wherever you go? Science has the answer with this 7-minute high-intensity circuit training.

Party Now, Pay Later—Teenage Years Still Increase Risk of Stroke

Posted by on Apr 24, 2013 in Fitness, Health, Nutrition | 7 Comments
Party Now, Pay Later—Teenage Years Still Increase Risk of Stroke

Lifestyle choices made during the teenage years—such as alcohol, smoking, diet and exercise—may still increase your risk of having a stroke later in life.

Healthy Habits (iPhone Health App Review)

Posted by on Nov 4, 2012 in Fitness, Health, Technology | One Comment
Healthy Habits (iPhone Health App Review)

Review: Staying healthy is impossible without good habits. The Healthy Habits health app (iPhone) gives you the support and structure to develop new habits.

Five Unsexy Steps to Healthy Living Today

Posted by on Jul 31, 2012 in Fitness, Health, Nutrition | No Comments
Five Unsexy Steps to Healthy Living Today

Healthy living isn’t flashy or exciting. If you want to improve your life now, start with these five (unsexy) steps to improve your health.