Archive for the ‘Exercise’ Category


5 Tips For Healthy Holiday Success

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Did you know a couple of years playing football can actually damage your brain? In fact, a new study now shows that a high percentage of those who have played football AT ANY LEVEL (even high school or younger) had cognitive symptoms. A new study from Boston University has revealed yet again the devastating effects of football. The study, published in  the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), found CTE in … Continue reading “Just HOW Bad Is Football For Teens?”


How Valuable is School?

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If you find working out a drag, you might want to change your strategy. There is new evidence that shows that your attitude about exercise may actually be linked to how much benefit you receive from it. A new study suggests that when you view the time you spend being active as fun, not a chore, you’re less likely to overeat afterwards. Having Fun Makes a Difference After the walk … Continue reading “Are You Optimizing The Way You Exercise?”


4 Colorful Ways to Spice Up Your Workout

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If your memory is worse than it was ten years ago, you should know that your risk of dementia and Alzheimer’s has risen. Did you know that food can play an important role in getting your memory back to where you want it to be? Here’s a mnemonic called “Bright Minds” for this reason. This mnemonic gives you your memory loss risk factor and its brain healthy solution. Here is … Continue reading “11 Best Foods for a Sharper Mind Today”


Is Stevia Safe For Your Health?

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It has been nearly two months since we rang in the New Year. How are you doing with your New Year resolution? When you make a resolution, you are resolving to yourself to do something. It’s a promise, a commitment. Yet, nearly half of the people who make NY resolutions give them up before the end of January. Let’s change that trend. It’s important to keep the promises you make … Continue reading “4 Ways to Reclaim Your Resolution”