Jump into March Madness Mindful of Jumper’s Knee

Among the most common injuries in sports, jumper’s knee is an overuse injury that can develop when one repeatedly jumps and lands heavily.

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Fitness Tips for Introverts

If you have an introverted personality, joining a gym or exercise class or may not be your cup of tea, but that doesn’t have to hold you back

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Believe in Food

The healthcare crisis cannot be solved with a better healthcare system. It can only be addressed with better health. It starts with food.

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Office Stretches for Health and Energy

Stretching during a day in the office isn’t just to help reduce stress and strain. It can also help you maintain your energy levels

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Making Your Goals Your Life Through Behavior Change

Behavior change is not easy. If we could wake up desiring things that improve health and despising what doesn’t, good health would be easy.

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Exercise-induced Asthma

Nobody wants to feel is tightness and wheezing in their chest. Unfortunately, that is what many with exercise-induced asthma experience.

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Don’t Hate Winter, Hygge It

Hygge means shifting your winter mindset from one of chilliness and despair to one of warmth and comfort. If you struggle with keeping your spirits up until spring, introducing some elements of hygge may be just what you need. The great news is, you probably already have pieces of hygge in your life.

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Calorie Counting – The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

After overindulging over the holidays, I decided to challenge this weight loss assumptionwith some calorie counting myself.

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Save Time, Money, and Health with Meal Planning

What’s the worst part of lovingly spending an hour plus in the kitchen each night to put a high quality, freshly made meal on the table for your family? Knowing that tomorrow they’ll be hungry all over again. And the next day. And the next. Keeping a family nourished takes time and effort, but with some planning and preparation, wholesome, home cooked meals can be much easier to come by. This year, make your time in the kitchen about quality instead of quantity. The first step is menu planning.

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Pain is a Messenger

What did you do the last time you had a headache? You may have taken a few painkillers. This cycle of medicating chronic pain is too common.

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