You posture may not be perfect but that doesn’t mean it has to stay that way. It turns out posture is a learned behavior and luckily for all of us, it is possible to teach an old dog new tricks. Try these techniques to a healthier and dare we say, taller, you.
Anxiety is a normal human emotion. When it interferes with everyday life, however, it’s important to seek medical help.
90-95% of diabetes cases are type 2 diabetes. While the numbers are high, it is possible to reverse the effects if appropriate lifestyle changes are made.
Chances are your workout routine overlooks a very important part of your body: your feet. Here are some exercises to protect you from injury and whip those piggies into shape.
High blood pressure affects 65 million people in the United States and if left untreated, the effects can be devastating.
The words “dynamic flex warm” up can sound scary and painful. However, it’s a simple concept and very important from the moment you wake up to the moment you start to move.
A local doctor says games help children with cancer recover faster and decrease the amount of time children spend in the hospital.
Many attribute the pain in their ankles and knees to old age. Often, old age isn’t the culprit as much as weak joints, which can befall people of any age.
Weak core muscles contribute to poor posture, lower back pain and slouching.