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Blood Types Provide Important Clues About Our Health

Blood Types Provide Important Clues About Our Health

Blood types are important when it comes to donating blood or having a transfusion. They’re also a good indicator of your potential health risks. Those with certain blood types are genetically predisposed to various illnesses, for instance. From heart disease to cancer, your specific blood type could alert you to

Strength Training for Muscle Health: Use It or Lose It

Strength Training for Muscle Health: Use It or Lose It

For most middle-aged and older adults, strength training evokes images of young athletes lifting heavy weights in a sweaty gym. That image is reflected in the numbers. Only 21 percent of adults engage in any type of strength training activities. The number is even higher in among women and older

Get Cardio-Smart

Should you walk the mall or ride the bike outside? How long should you exercise? How do you know if the intensity is enough or too much? These are among the questions people ask when it comes to aerobic exercise. They are important questions because if you overdo it (too

Ask the Experts: Constipation; Stress Testing; Hoarse Voice

Q: I’m not moving my bowels as regularly as I have up to now. Since I would rather not take laxatives, can you suggest a natural solution?
A: Constipation is typically caused by a poor diet, dehydration, and lack of physical activity—however, any new onset of constipation can be a symptom

Diet and Depression

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), depression is the leading cause of disability worldwide, affecting more than 300 million adults and children. While to date there is no specific diet proven to prevent or cure this condition, research indicates that decreasing depression risk may be yet another reason to

Nutrition & Fitness Newsbriefs

Being Sedentary Is Like a Disease
It’s well established that exercise is important for good health, but a study published in JAMA Network Open in October reported that there is no upper limit for benefits. After administering a treadmill test to 122,007 people and later recording their mortality rates over a

7 Natural Ways to Boost Energy

7 Natural Ways to Boost Energy

We’ve all hit that wall at work or during an important activity when we’re overcome with a tired, fatigued feeling but can’t take the time to rest. Legions of people who reach that point try for a burst by chugging down an energy drink rather than relying on natural ways

Exercising Your Workout Options

Regular physical activity is a crucial component of overall health as it is an independent risk factor in cardiovascular disease development. In other words exercising is beneficial regardless of weight loss effects. Activities using major muscle groups and engaging the cardiovascular system by increasing and sustaining an elevated heart rate

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