When you're injured, ice is like gold. In fact, it is an essential treatment for most sports injuries. It is one of the key ways to reduce the inflammation that occurs when you have some type of muscle tear, tendonitis, sprain or strain.
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Every active woman, regardless of her breast size, should have a sports bra as a part of her fitness wardrobe. Not only do these specially designed bras offer better support and more comfort than a regular bra, they also help minimize movement during... Read more
You stayed up late last night to finish a project, woke up groggy only to realize that you’d slept through the alarm clock, skipped breakfast, then almost fell asleep in the middle of an important morning meeting. It’s now mid-afternoon a... Read more
My doctor frowned last spring as he studied the test results. "You have a little bone thinning," he said. "It's time for you to start some resistance training."
The news didn't surprise me. My grandmother was st... Read more
Balanced breakfast? Check
Mid-morning snack? Check
Healthy lunch with your co-workers? Check
Passing up your friend's homemade cookies? Check
Coming home in the evening and going on a feeding frenzy? CHECK!!
Does this sound... Read more
Looking for opinions on compression calf sleeves vs. KT tape. I've managed to get shin splints during my C25K training, and I'd like to avoid any further injury or unnecessary rest days. Thanks!... Read more
I had gastric sleeve surgery 2.5 years ago. Now I have gall stones. The pain is intense at times and interfers in my workouts. I'm awaiting a call from a surgeon got surgery. Has anyone else had gall stones? What helps and what doesn't?... Read more
What kind of ordinary foods are there to eat for the two months after vertical sleeve for low income people? There must be foods or recipes for people like me who have small incomes who hate protein shakes an bars. Can you help me??... Read more
My mom just had gastric sleeve surgery, and she is diabetic. Our whole life is changing on how we think of food. Does anybody have any tips for living with someone who has had gastric sleeve surgery?... Read more
I got a cute binder, some dividers and clear sleeves. When I find a good recipe online I print it out and put in in a sleeve and add to it's section. The best part is I can remove the individual recipe while cooking so as to take up less room and the... Read more
I keep my closet organized by grouping items together such as tops, dresses, slacks, etc. Then I group into colors - all white tops together, all black tops, etc. Then in each of those groups, all sleeveless tops first, then short sleeve tops , then... Read more
Some women can't wait for the latest fashions to hit their local department store, but for me I get that same thrill when I walk into my local running specialty store. I must confess in the five years since I took up running I have bought more pairs... Read more
Style expert and best-selling author Charla Krupp shares easy ways to look thinner, taller, and sexier.Trim Your Top HalfVisually pare arms and chest with these upside tips: Live in V-necks -- camis, tees, cardigans, anything and everything. The do... Read more
I am still battling shin splints. It's been 3 weeks now and it's getting old. I purchased the Dr. Scholl's Active Series insoles and they definitely help..and I know I have to continue to work on my form (Im heavy footed). But it was suggested to me... Read more
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