Here is a recent study ACE (the American Council on Exercise) conducted on the impact Pickleball has on health.
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I wouldn’t call myself an avid yoga participant. On average, I would say I attend a yoga or PiYo Live class once a week (can you call Piyo Live yoga? I digress…). This week I attended a yoga class taught by Mary Hunter.
There are many reasons I schedule this type of class into my calendar weekly, but the main one would be because my muscles are so tight – my hips, shoulders, back – all tight. ...
My husband and I have common views and share ideologies about most things, but one thing we have completely differing views on is food. Maybe these varying views are gender-based, a result of our individual upbringings, or a subconscious way we challenge one another. Not sure. Among many things, he is a marathon runner. By many standards a very successful one. He looks at food as calories – as energy he needs ...
I have a title at work. It was given to me when I was hired and it designates a particular program for which I am responsible. I am a husband, a son, an uncle, a cousin, a grandchild, a brother, a friend, a co-worker, and the list could go on and on. Each day we all carry with us various titles of who we are to ourselves and to other people. How we are viewed by others, many times, depends on what we are to them. ...
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By Robert Panther, MD
Are you one of the 102 million American adults who have high cholesterol? There’s a pretty good chance you or someone you care about has high cholesterol.
About 41 percent of us have a total cholesterol level above 200 mg/dL, which is considered above healthy levels. More than 35 million ...