Blog Posts in 2020

Hydration Therapy - All Hype or Real Health Benefits?
December 26, 2018

Staying hydrated is critical to feeling great and maintaining good health and often times people don’t realize how dehydrated they really are. Whether you had a late night of drinking, are recovering from a bad stomach bug, or have a ...

5 Tips for Selecting the Right Activity Tracker
December 11, 2018

With dozens of activity trackers on the market, how do you choose the right one? They all rely on the same core technology, but each brand has a unique design and function. Some target athletes and fitness enthusiasts, while others are ...

Top 10 Gift Ideas for the Health Fanatic on Your List
December 11, 2018

There’s at least one fitness or food fanatic in every family, so we asked our dietitians and personal trainers what the hottest gifts were this year. Here's their top 10, plus a few bonus ideas. Weighted blankets – ...

Osteoarthritis ... 'Wear and Tear' on the Knees
December 4, 2018

Knee problems are a common sign of aging, and the number of knee replacement surgeries is increasing. Last year, about 700,000 knee replacements were performed in the U.S. For most patients, the cause is osteoarthritis, often called ...

Festive Holiday Favorites
November 27, 2018

If you’re in the market for a drink that won’t break your diet, these lower-calorie alternatives are sure to make your spirits bright! Apple Spiced Mimosa: 1 Bottle of Champagne (you won't use the whole bottle) 1 1/4 cups ...

Roasted Turkey Breast
November 21, 2018

If you don’t want to battle with an entire turkey, making a turkey breast is an easy alternative. Plus, a turkey breast is all white meat, a healthier option than higher-fat dark meat. A 6-lb bone-in breast will serve 8 people. ...

Myths - and Some Truths - About Foods that Cause Cancer
November 20, 2018

Every week there’s a new article explaining why your favorite foods may be bad for you. It can be tough to wade through the information overload on certain foods and their possible connection to cancer. Let’s start with the ...

4 Major Types of Headaches and Where They Hurt
November 13, 2018

Just about everyone has a headache now and then. Most are fairly easy to manage with over-the-counter medications, and we tend to blame them on stress, eye strain or lack of sleep. But some people have chronic or severe headaches with very ...

Flu Answers
October 26, 2018

Treatment Prevention Diagnosis Think you have the flu? While most cases of the flu and non-emergent, in some situations you may need to go the ER. If you are experiencing severe flu symptoms or are pregnant, over the age of 65, or under the ...

How to Crush Your Next 5K
October 17, 2018

Whether you’re racing for a cause, or looking to challenge yourself, 5Ks are one of the most popular races out there. Race day is quick and convenient, and at 3.1 miles, almost anyone can complete a 5K with proper training and the ...

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