Exercise

  • Less Americans Exercise
    7/17/2018
    The study in Atlanta, Georgia, found that more than 75% of Americans are failing to meet even the minimum of federal recommendations for exercise.
  • 5 Great Reasons to Practice Yoga | Natural Health Blog
    6/19/2018
    Join in the celebration on June 21 of the International Day of Yoga, which is designated by the United Nations and has hundreds of countries taking part. If you are new to yoga, this is a great chance to learn more and give it a try. 
  • 3/10/2018
    According to new research, if you can even find small amounts of time to do a little exercise, you will gain considerable benefits.
  • Migraines Cause Heart Disease | Natural Health Blog
    2/17/2018
    It seems that migraine sufferers may face long-term and potentially deadly problems. According to new research, experiencing these headaches could also mean an increased chance of heart attacks, stroke, and more.
  • Walking Dangerous with Air Pollution | Natural Health Blog
    12/19/2017
    Most of us deal with daily air pollution these days, but could our air quality be getting so bad that walking for exercise is no longer safe?
  • How To Have A Healthy Father's Day
    6/8/2017
    While some dads might be happy with a day off from chores and a chance to park themselves on the couch with a six-pack of beer, we’re here to suggest some healthier alternatives...
  • Yoga To Reduce Depression | Mental Health Blog
    4/1/2017
    There may be another natural option for depression sufferers. New research suggests that relief might be as simple as taking up yoga.
  • Not Exercising as Harmful as Obesity | Natural Health Blog
    3/23/2017
    Research says that inactivity has a risk similarly to that of obesity for developing heart disease. Exercise is one of the best ways to protect your heart!
  • Heath Benefits of Weekend Warriors | Health Blog
    1/21/2017
    According to recent research, weekend warriors really do get some of the same benefits as those who exercise every day.
  • Women Need Strength Training Exercise | Health Blog
    1/14/2017
    For 2017, find out why every woman should be doing strength training as part of their daily exercise regime.
  • Running Does Not Damage Your Knees? | Natural Health Blog
    1/5/2017
    New research suggests that not only is it possible that running doesn’t harm your knees, it’s possible that it actually might be beneficial.
  • Competition Motivates Us to Exercise | Health Blog
    11/10/2016
    New research suggests that getting a little competitive might spur you to work out more than support does.
  • The Best Time of Day to Exercise | Weight Loss Blog
    8/6/2016
    Some of us hop out of bed, slip on running shoes and plunge right into a workout even before sunrise, while others can’t imagine hitting the streets before coffee. Likewise, some eat dinner and then head out to the gym when the stars come out, leaving their exhausted brethren on the couch watching TV. Does it matter whether you exercise first thing or wait until day is done?
  • Successful Workplace Wellness Programs | Natural Health Blog
    7/21/2016
    The use of promotions and rewards can greatly increase involvement in workplace wellness programs.
  • Better CPR from Strong People | Health Blog
    7/14/2016
    People may have a greater chance of surviving cardiac arrest if the person performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on them is heavier and has greater upper body strength.
  • Parkinson's Disease & Parkinsonism | Health Blog
    7/7/2016
    Rates of Parkinson's disease may have escalated in American men during the last several decades and--in a mind-boggling twist--a contributing factor might be their dropping rates of smoking.
  • Exercise Prevents Ovarian Cancer | Cancer Alternatives Health Blog
    7/5/2016
    Two new studies have found that a sedentary lifestyle may be linked to a higher risk of ovarian cancer.
  • Intense, Short Workouts for Blood Sugar | Natural Health Blog
    5/10/2016
    Brief workouts based around a single minute of intense exercise broken up into three intervals may be as effective in improving fitness as longer as more traditional workouts.
  • Greener Neighborhoods Are Better for Your Health | Natural Health Blog
    4/26/2016
    Women residing in areas with more trees and other types of vegetation appear to have a lower risk of mortality compared to their peers who live in less green places.
  • Less Americans Healthy Today | Health Blog
    4/2/2016
    New research has found that a mere 2.7 percent of Americans meet the minimum criteria for leading a healthy lifestyle.
  • Too Much TV Causes Mental Decline | Mental Health Blog
    12/17/2015
    Young adults who admit to spending long periods of time stretched out on the couch watching TV are more likely to experience cognitive decline by the time they reach middle age.
  • 10/31/2015
    Women who exercise regularly before they conceive may have a lower risk of experiencing pelvic girdle pain over the course of the pregnancy.
  • Children Sitting Too Long | Children's Health Blog
    10/10/2015
    Sitting isn't just bad for adults. As it turns out, sitting for prolonged periods of time is very bad for young children as well.
  • Sitting linked to Cancer, Heart & Liver Disease | Natural Health Blog
    10/3/2015
    New research suggests that people who sit for too long may end up with liver disease as well as heart disease.
  • Adult Biking Injuries on the Rise | Health Blog
    9/15/2015
    Hospital admissions due to injuries sustained while bike riding have more than doubled in recent years, with the most substantial increase among people 45 and older.
  • Physically Active Teens | Exercise Health Blog
    8/15/2015
    Regular activity during adolescence is associated with health benefits in middle age that include a lower risk of mortality from disease.
  • 8/1/2015
    According to a new study, if you are obese, the odds of your returning to a weight in the normal range are not good.
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