Jill Eisner lay still as an acupuncturist pushed thin needles into her face and feet, with soft music playing in the background.
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You roll around on your Swiss ball like a grizzly with a back itch. You do crunches and work your obliques like a champ.
The way to a person’s heart is through his stomach, the adage goes. But researchers now think the way to a healthy heart might be through your gums and teeth.
Nothing quite says “manly” like a cannonball with a handle.
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An Olympic-style weight lifter at the tender age of 8, Jolaina Peltier bears the scars of overtraining.
In all sports, specific kinds of conditioning and strengthening exercises are critical to maximum performance.
While researching the prospect of bringing nutrition students to Oviedo, Spain, next summer for a medical, language, culinary and wine-tasting "Eur-odyssey," I enjoyed the local fare and did some...
What was a model doing in a metal capsule at February’s Tokyo Health Industry Show? Promoting the use of hyperbaric chambers to relieve stress and boost energy.
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For millions of people who care for aging relatives, everyday life can be a struggle emotionally, financially and physically.