exercise

Signs That You Are Exercising Too Much

Although many Americans still are not heeding the warnings of an inactive lifestyle, there are those who are at the other end of the spectrum. But with most things in life, too much of one thing is just as bad as not enough. Over-exercising is not a myth and can be seriously dangerous. Not allowing...
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Get A Boost of Brain Power By Running

We all know that exercise does a body good but one type of exercise has been shown to boost your brain power. Between strength training, intervals and plain old running, they found that running led to the biggest increase in the number of new brain cells. Researchers found that short bursts of...
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Pet Obesity Causing Increase In Chronic Arthritis Diagnosis

America's obesity epidemic and its side effects are not only affecting humans, but our pets. 56% of dogs and 60% of cats are considered obese. And all that extra weight put dogs and cats at risk for chronic health issues. In a new Banfield Pet Hospital report, osteoarthritis (OA) in pets is on the...
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Stop Stress Shopping With Airbnb

Shopping helps many people deal with negative emotions and stress, but can often lead to credit card debt which adds even more stress. Nearly one-in-three Americans turns to retail therapy to deal with stress. But the next time you crave the endorphin rush of sopping, visit the Airbnb website...
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Four Exercises You Need As You Get Older

: It is known to make you feel better, lose weight, increase your energy and reduce risks of chronic diseases. Yet many people simply do not exercise and that can be an issue as we age. Certain workouts can make the activities of everyday life, such as walking up and down stairs, playing with kids...
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Continuous Exercise Is The Key in Keeping Weight Off

After weeks, months and years of hard work of eating right and exercising daily, you've FINALLY reached the weight and size you wanted! Congratulations! But if you want to keep those pounds from piling back on, you'll need to make regular physical activity a part of your life. New research looking...
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Battle Depression With A Hot Bath

Depression affects nearly 10% of the U.S. population and is a leading cause of disability for Americans between the ages of 15 and 44. While talking with your doctor about an appropriate treatment plan is something you should defiantly do, new research suggests that a bath could be a fantastic aid...
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Habits That May Reduce The Risk Of Developing Breast Cancer

Breast cancer is the most prevalent cancer in the U.S., affecting almost 85 of every 100,000 Americans according to the World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC). Although it's an ominous number, breast cancer deaths have dropped by 40% between 1989 and 2015 in...
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Falling In Love Packs On The Pounds

While falling in love some people experience butterflies in the stomach, but more likely those feelings of butterflies is just more food. A new report out found 79% of people surveyed gained weight after finding live with the average person packing on an additional 36 pounds after finding "the one...
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Tips For Washing Workout Clothes

Your workout clothes take a beating every time you hit the gym. That usually results in some pretty ripe-smelling clothes. Since most high-tech workout wear is made from synthetic fiber, like polyester, which whisks away sat and keeps you cool. Unfortunately sweat seeps into those fibers and...
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