WEIGHT LOSS TIPS FOR LOSING WEIGHT FAST—RAW FOOD WEIGHT LOSS—HOW TO LOSE WEIGHT FAST



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Tips to Get Past Weight Loss Plateau Point In Your Diet/Exercise Program To Help Achieve Your Goals



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Great Grow Your Hair, Diet, Food, Exercise, Love and Luck Resolutions Tips



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Music-based multitasking exercise program helps improve gait and balance in the elderly



Uncertainty of gait, impaired mobility and loss of balance. These are just a few of the physical downsides of aging. All of these lead to high prevalence of falls and injuries in the elderly. And … [Read more...]


The why’s and must have’s of mountain hiking



We like to go hiking as family – two adults and two 7-year old boys – but we are not unique. On our walks and hikes, we often meet other families, sometimes with kids younger than ours. In our last … [Read more...]


The health benefits of hiking



If I tell you I did not do a single jogging run last week, you’d think I’m getting slack and lazy, right? Well, not quite We (I and my family) just got back from a week of autumn holidays in the … [Read more...]


Mountain walking in the winter time



I am no ski bunny. I gave skiing (both downhill and cross country) a try a few years back but gave up after the first lessons. My tropical upbringing and my overall lack of coordination prevented me … [Read more...]


April 8 is US National Start! Walking Day



No more excuses. The sun is shining, the birds are singing. Springtime is here. Take your sneakers. Because today is National Start! Walking in the US. The American Heart Association (AHA) … [Read more...]


Exercise Benefits Arthritis



Countless time here, I have mentioned the importance of exercise in managing arthritis. While exercise (as shown by various studies) can relieve the pain, stiffness and swelling in joints caused by … [Read more...]


Exercise and Arthritis



It seems that all recent news and updates on arthritis and managing arthritis includes the bit on exercise. Yes folks, EXERCISE. Here's a quick rundown on the latest news on arthritis that have … [Read more...]


Stroke rehabilitation: Human therapists vs Robots



Two groups of stroke survivors. One group had robotic devices to assist them in walking again. The other group had physical therapists in attendance. Which group do you think performed … [Read more...]


Caregiver’s Corner – Get Some Exercise



If you are like most caregivers who are battling Alzheimer's disease, you are so tired that the very thought of driving to a gym, waking early to exercise, or taking time to put in an exercise tape … [Read more...]


Exercise To Control Diabetes



Having diabetes is never a picnic. But fortunately, for a very large percentage of those who suffer from the disease, exercise can play a large role in the management of the condition. Not only does … [Read more...]


Exercise to Control Diabetes



Many factors contribute to the onset of diabetes, including genetic predisposition and diet. But exercise can help reduce the odds of getting and the severity of this disease. Diabetes comes in two … [Read more...]


A Walk to Your Health



By Ken Bendor You can reap some benefits of exercise without joining a gym or running for miles a day. Not to say that doing so is a bad idea but altering your lifestyle to include more activity with … [Read more...]


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