Lifting weights can be an effective addition to any exercise or rehabilitation program.
Four out of five people will experience low back pain at some point in their lives brought on by activity at work, home, or in sports. However, you can take action to prevent or minimize back pain and the disability that comes with it.
Fast food may be a cheap, convenient, and filling meal option, but even one fast food meal can pack enough calories, sodium, and fat for an entire day or more.
Shoes and purses are functional and fashionable, but they also can be unlikely sources of pain for women. What type of injuries can occur and what are some simple steps you can take to avoid injury?
Eating a healthy breakfast can improve work performance in adults and school results in students. Throughout a full night of sleep, the food consumed the previous day has been depleted and used for repair and regeneration. Eating breakfast refuels and restocks the body with the energy needed for work and study. Going to school or work without breakfast is like running a car on an empty tank.
For each of the past 20 years, the number of football-related brain injuries resulting in permanent disability at the high school level has remained in the single digits.
If your athletes want to excel on the playing field, they need to consume the right nutrition.
A pulled muscle affects all of us, from the light activity-goers to the professional athletes.
A stress fracture is a common sports injury, often occurring in weight-bearing bones, such as the tibia or the bones in the foot.
Whether at work or home, those who sit at a computer extensively are prone to suffering aches and pains in their fingers, wrists, neck, and low back. But preventative measures can be taken to help you stay pain-free and healthy.