For many people, depression and weight problems go hand in hand. Depression itself is highly associated with changes in weight. In fact, significant weight loss or gain is one of the symptoms used to diagnose depression. And research has shown that u... Read more
Congratulations! You’ve decided to quit smoking. You know it’s a smart move—quitting cigarette smoking is the number one thing you can do to dramatically improve your health and avoid several potentially life threatening illnesses.... Read more
These days, it seems that everyone is stressed. We all have too much to do and too little time to do it. Times are tough, money is tight, and deadlines are imminent.
What happens when you're stressed? You tend to eat more, sleep less,... Read more
A new study by researchers at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle, Washington has found that regular yoga practice may help normal-weight people prevent middle-age spread and may promote weight loss among those who are overweight.
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College brings many life changes that most young adults are excited about: moving away from home, becoming more independent, pursuing a passion and making new friends. But one of the things on most freshmen's minds is the dreadful "Fresh... Read more
I am feeling stressed out ,I am over weight and pre diabetic. I have hypoglycemia and am going through menopause .. I also have a bad knee that has to be drained cause if swelling and arthritis. I don't know how I ended up here.... Cont.
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I've been struggling, I gain weight everytime I start working out. 3 pound each time. Was at 160 a couple months ago now I'm at 175. I work out 1- 1/2 hours a day and still gain, no results. I eat less at modification around 1200-1600 (no results!)... Read more
I've been using 3 pound weights to get back into strength training. I have a question -- should I start with a few reps with the HEAVIEST weight first (5 pounds right now) and then work with the lighter 3 pound weight?
Or is it best to start wit... Read more
You’ve probably heard of the dreaded “Freshman 15”, the weight many college students typically gain when making the transition to life on their own. It’s easy to see how weight gain is possible for some students: d... Read more
I read an interview recently with Kathy Ireland, whom many of us know best as the Sports Illustrated cover model. Ireland is now 48 and a successful entrepreneur worth more than an estimated $300 million. I didn't know that about Ireland, so I re... Read more
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