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Stretching—A Research Retrospective

Len Kravitz, PhD Oct 1, 2015

An in-depth analysis of the myths, truths and controversies. A primary function of muscles is to create tension and produce force for movement of the body’s skeletal system. The intrinsic property of muscles and joints to go through a full or optimal range of motion (ROM) is referred to as flexibility. It is developed through the use of various stretching procedures....

10 Things to Stop Doing if You Have Low Back Pain

Brett Sears, Physical Therapy Expert Sep 24, 2015

Chronic low back pain is a common problem and can affect your work, family and recreational activities. While there is no specific cure for low back pain, there are some steps you can take now to start managing the symptoms coming from your back.   1. Stop slouching. One of the most common causes of low back pain is poor sitting posture. The strain on the back while...

Athletic Performance: Can Massage Make a Difference?

Brandi Schlossberg Sep 17, 2015

Summer can be a great time to get moving, because the weather tends to be more welcoming. However, before you dive into a new sport or exercise routine, consider the role of massage therapy when it comes to staying active and healthy, and improving your athletic performance. “Massage therapy can reduce the risk of soft-tissue injury, reduce recovery time after exercise...

5 Weight Loss Tricks You Can Use Every Morning

Shawnti Rockwell, N.D. Sep 10, 2015

Morning is a time when most of us busily try to get ready for the rest of the day. Imagine if your morning time could be used to also incorporate a few weight loss tricks to help lose those extra pounds—as well as make your day more enjoyable. 1. Get sufficient sleep If you don’t sleep enough or if your sleep is poor, hormones that control weight can be thrown...

Get Sleep To Learn More

By Dava Stewart Sep 3, 2015

Make the most of continuing education by sleeping to improve retention.

Make Blueberries Your Summer Superfood

By Natalie Walsh, N.D. Aug 27, 2015

In summertime, we can all enjoy a food that’s plentiful, healthy and just plain delicious—blueberries. While blueberries can probably sell themselves on taste alone, they have a number of other benefits that make them deserving of their place as a year-round staple, whether fresh or frozen.

Water: How much should you drink every day?

Mayo Clinic Staff Aug 20, 2015

Water is essential to good health, yet needs vary by individual. These guidelines can help ensure you drink enough fluids.

A geneticist says any new parent should 'roll their child on floor of the NYC subway' — here's why

Erin Brodwin (Business Insider) Aug 13, 2015

A team of geneticists made headlines a few months ago after its mission to document all the bacteria on the New York City subway turned up nearly 600 different species of microbes crawling around on all those greasy rails.


They found some icky stuff, including the bacteria that give people food poisoning, and the bugs that can cause meningitis.

But before opting for an Uber, keep this in mind: Almost all of the germs they found were completely harmless.

In fact, those creepy-crawlies might actually be good for people.

Easy Yoga Routine to Reduce Back Pain

Jessica Smith (trainer) Aug 6, 2015

Back pain relief, yoga for back pain.

8 Hip Stretches Your Body Really Needs

Self Maganzine Staff Aug 1, 2015

Great hip mobility is beneficial when it comes to allowing your body to have the full range of motion it should.

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