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4 Ways to be More Comfortable While Biking Cycling can be one of the most enjoyable forms of exercise, but it isn’t always the most comfortable activity. Unnecessary discomfort when riding can be off-putting to beginning biker and make it harder to maintain a regular biking schedule. Fortunately, there are many ways to make riding … Continue reading 4 Ways to be More Comfortable While Biking
SURPRISING SKIN SINS THAT AGE YOUR FACE www.drmanishshah.com Unless you have been living under a rock, you know that smoking, not wearing sunscreen and going to bed with your makeup on hardly produces the coveted look of Instagram’s “glass skin.” Aside from these three ‘skin sins’ there are many others that are not so obvious. We … Continue reading SURPRISING SKIN SINS THAT AGE YOUR FACE
Feel Your Best: 4 Tips for Creating a Personalized Approach to Optimum Health Health is a deeply personal subject that cannot be addressed with a one-size-fits-all solution. Each person is biologically different with varying needs based on their age, sex, race, socioeconomic status, lifestyle choices, and relationships. With that being said, it’s hard to believe … Continue reading Feel Your Best: 4 Tips for Creating a Personalized Approach to Optimum Health
WHAT ARE THE PROS AND CONS OF 2019’s TRENDY WORKOUTS? A MILLENNIAL CERTIFIED TRAINER BREAKS IT DOWN www.vhsred.com Just like fashion, music and interior design, fitness goes through fads. Who hasn’t seen an Insta post of “Goat Yoga?” For those who bopped around to Madonna, we can’t forget Jazzercise, step aerobics, The Thigh Master, Tae-Bo, … Continue reading WHAT ARE THE PROS AND CONS OF 2019’s TRENDY WORKOUTS?
“SLEEP AWARENESS WEEK” BEGINS MARCH 10TH 10 Sleep Hygiene Tips from a NYC Neuropsychologist www.comprehendthemind.com Lack of sleep is such a universal problem that the National Sleep Foundation has proclaimed the week of March 10th as Sleep Awareness Week. How do you assess your bedroom habits and optimize your nighttime routine for better sleep? To … Continue reading “SLEEP AWARENESS WEEK” BEGINS MARCH 10TH
THE MYSTERIOUS BUSINESS OF CANCER Billions Donated to Research so Why does only 2% go Toward Treatments? By Cancer Researcher Joshua Mansour, M.D. Millions of people are affected by cancer and according to the International Agency for Research on Cancer, each year 18.1 million cancer new cases are diagnosed worldwide and approximately 9.6 million deaths occur … Continue reading THE MYSTERIOUS BUSINESS OF CANCER
The Impact of Stress on Your Heart Stress can have a substantial effect on your health, especially if it’s chronic or severe. Unfortunately, it’s an unavoidable part of life. When your job is a struggle, you have a family to take care of, and you encounter various challenges on a day-to-day basis, it’s inevitable to … Continue reading The Impact of Stress on Your Heart
Why women train? Gym time translates to energy, strength for daily life. International Women’s Day is March 8 and this year’s theme is Balance for Better. Research shows many women are holding down a job and also taking on most of the work when it comes to managing children and the household. According to Statistics … Continue reading Why women train? Gym time translates to energy, strength for daily life.
Pools Aren’t for Fools: 4 Common Swimming Injuries and How to Prevent Them Swimming is an indoor or outdoor sport that develops strength and endurance. This activity can also be therapeutic, promoting rehabilitation from a number of ailments. However, as with any sport, there is a risk of sustaining injuries. Fortunately, there are steps you … Continue reading Pools Aren’t for Fools: 4 Common Swimming Injuries and How to Prevent Them
SPRING INTO SPRING!! 7 Ways to Cope When the clocks Go Forward We set the clocks ahead for daylight savings and many of us woke up to a darker sky feeling sluggish thanks to a one hour loss of sleep. If you hit the snooze, pulled the covers up over your head still feeling bummed … Continue reading SPRING INTO SPRING!! 7 Ways to Cope When the clocks Go Forward