Just because the season has changed, it doesn’t mean that you have to give up on your workout routine. Here are a few winter workout tips from Aaron Ruth, strength and conditioning coach at St. Vincent’s Sports Performance in Indianapolis, which works with more than 300 professional and amateur athletes.... Read More
Even the most dedicated exercise enthusiast can hit a workout rut, but there are a few ways you can stay motivated, whether it's adding a new class into your routine or ensuring you're outfitted in the right gear. Read on for the latest trends in staying on track: Set goals, track... Read More
We’re bombarded these days with a raft of advertisements and infomercials advising us of the latest technological innovations in skincare and beauty. It seems like every other day there's a new miracle ingredient or formulation to help banish the signs of aging or make our hair more lustrous and manageable. ... Read More
“We can’t promise anything” were the words that the Doctor said to my Mother, after I was diagnosed with cancer at the age of fifteen. Immediately my future, hopes, and dreams were hung in the balance, as I battled between life and death. Have you ever... Read More
By: Zayd A. Eldadah, MD, PhD The heart is an extraordinary machine. Physically situated in the core of the human body, it is truly at the center of life. From the earliest stages of embryonic development, the heart begins a life-long, relentless, and magnificent mission of maintaining the circulation of blood... Read More
By: Zayd A. Eldadah, MD, PhD The heart is an extraordinary machine. Physically situated in the core of the human body, it is truly at the center of life. From the earliest stages of embryonic development, the heart begins a life-long, relentless, and magnificent mission of maintaining the circulation of blood...
Submitted by Cedric M. Bright, MD, Close the Gap, Steering Committee I enjoy watching TV commercials but one struck me the other day. It shows a young woman out for dinner with a date and the waiter has just finished telling them about the specials for the night, when the woman...
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is strengthening lead monitoring requirements to ensure that air quality is measured near industrial facilities that emit a half ton or more of lead per year. Previously, the agency required monitoring near facilities emitting at least one ton of lead per year. The...
By Eric Taylor, M.D., F.A.C.C. Each year sudden cardiac arrest claims over 300,000 victims in the United States. It is the number-one cause of death, accounting for more deaths than breast cancer, lung cancer, and HIV combined. This unfortunately affects the young and the old alike. How often do we hear about a loved...
What generally happens to our physical fitness program when we travel? It all goes downhill right? Well it doesn’t have to be that way. All it takes is planning and a clear mind set of what you want to achieve. So often people tell me when they go...
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