• Exercising too hard may actually be dangerous

    Exercising too hard may actually be dangerous

    I’m all for cardio as part of an overall exercise program; it’s great for your heart in moderation. But, as pointed out in this recent Men’s Health story, it is possible to overdo a good thing. Why is it so important to not go overboard? If you work out intensely and often, there’s a chance

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  • Does bad medical news make your blood pressure rise?

    Does bad medical news make your blood pressure rise?

    It’s happened again. Last year, health officials lowered their recommendations for safe cholesterol levels, bringing millions of adults a lot closer to being at risk of heart disease and directing them to statin medications, the world’s most-prescribed prescription drug. This week, medical experts revised safety limits downward for high blood pressure, putting almost half of

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  • Meditation can change your life

    Meditation can change your life

    This is a subject that’s dear to my heart. For the last three years, I have been meditating for around thirty minutes every morning. And I have to say, the results have been mind-blowing. I’m able to handle the day-to-day moments in life much easier, traffic on the road doesn’t bother me, and things that used to affect

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  • Should you pay for your employee’s health?

    Should you pay for your employee’s health?

    I read an article that talks about whether or not employers should pay for their employees to work out. My feeling is that anything a business can do to promote good health saves money. Let’s face it, health costs are a big issue these days. When you invest in your employees by funding an exercise program and encouraging a healthy eating lifestyle, you’ll

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  • Strength Training and longevity

    Strength Training and longevity

    I’ve spent the better part of ten years researching for myself the correlation between strength training and longevity. Last year, I discovered a scientific study by researchers at Penn State College of Medicine that looked at 15,000 adults over a 30-year time frame, and the results were eye-opening.

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  • Sugar, the enemy of our health

    Sugar, the enemy of our health

    Last year I experienced major health problems due to inflammation, and I was desperate to find answers. I went to a number of doctors, and they all told me it was a mild form of arthritis. Only one doctor suggested that I lose some weight, and also change my diet.

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