When television became commonplace among households in the 1950′s, it was mainly a source of advertising, entertainment and the news. In the 21st century, television has undergone a technological transformation. From music videos to reality series, cooking shows and shopping networks, there’s something out there for everyone. The biggest advancement in TV, though, [...]
“When can I do yoga again?” I asked Dr. Oh. The lightbox illuminated the fracture in my fourth metatarsal on the [...]
Exercise is among our most powerful tools for maintaining wellness, both in the present and as a method of prevention. This conventional wisdom is backed by study after countless study, as well as by anecdotal reports. Whether it’s simply walking up stairs or creating a rigorous training regimen, exercise irrefutably has the power to [...]
1) Have a walk
Exercise, even in its simplest forms, has potential to prevent diseases of the body and the mind, including diabetes, depression, and hypertension. Find a safe, preferably green place to stroll and be alone with your thoughts, and maybe sneak in a deep breath here and there. A [...]
The New Year marks a time for reflection and looking forward to another year. Among the most common New Year’s resolutions based on reflection and goals are weight loss, exercise, diet changes, and smoking cessation.
To ensure your healthy resolution makes a lasting impact on your life make sure you follow three simple guidelines: [...]
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