Of all the activities available in the pursuit of fitness, the alpha (beginning) and the omega (end) are relaxing the muscles. Stretching is the usual way to prepare for strenuous exercise,... Read more
Used in India for thousands of years as both a cooking spice and medicinal remedy, turmeric is what gives curry its yellow color. Modern scientists have identified compounds called curcumino... Read more
Focus up, people! Today, let’s turn our gazes towards a common medical condition that, if left untreated, can lead to blindness. Although more common in older people, anyone can develop dens... Read more
In Manchester, New Hampshire, Governor Chris Sununu led a crowd of about 300 people in a ribbon-cutting ceremony last Friday, documenting the arrival of a new bioengineering company. Standin... Read more
It’s no secret why unpasteurized apple cider vinegar has such a massive worldwide following. This popular vinegar packs a huge wellness punch, and its health claims seem to be almost never-e... Read more
Melatonin is a hormone that helps control your sleep and wake cycles and is produced by a small rice-sized gland in your brain called the pineal gland. It’s most recognizable though as the m... Read more
The world of fitness can be hard, especially for beginners. Exercising and eating right is hard enough without all the misinformation flying around. Here are 5 of the biggest fitness myths t... Read more
Previous research suggests the better our physical performance in middle age, the more likely we are to retain our independence and cope with everyday activities in old age, such as carryin... Read more
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