Dina Piersawl’s life changed during the 2003 holiday season. The former athlete, who ate healthy and worked as a personal trainer, was diagnosed with heart disease. She didn't see it coming.
Because February is American Heart Month, it's only right that we highlight ways to keep your heart healthy.
Men in general aren’t exactly well known for always taking great care of themselves. But, when you think about it, every man owes it to…
Dr. Melanie stopped by with her trainer and an interesting thing in the interview is the mention of what you can drink when you’re out and being sociable that will still lend way to making healthy choices and what to eat pre- and post workout!
Fat…you’re told they’re bad, then you’re told they’re good. So, which is it? Both. “Your body needs fat in order to function,” says Barbara Roberts,…
According to the American Pregnancy Association, the amount of weight you should gain during pregnancy depends on your weight and BMI (body mass index) before…
Source: heart.org Hey guys @jjonthemic here! Remember tomorrow, Friday, February 7th is Wear Red Day! Heart disease is the number one killer of Americans and wearing red is symbolic of “… solidarity with those struggling with heart disease and in acknowledgement of the hardworking health care professionals who provide life-saving treatment, research, and advice.” as is […]
The Latest Music, Celebrities and Interviews: Is masturbation good for you? While getting on the topic of getting off can elicit sophomoric humor, let’s be frank for a second: whether in the shower or in the sack, the act of self pleasure is more than just good fodder for an off-color joke. Masturbation can actually […]
<strong>COPD</strong> is one of the nation's <strong>leading causes of death</strong> but most of us have no idea what it is or how to deal with it. Get informed and improve your lifestyle.
VIA: WebMd.Com By Stephanie Watson WebMD The Magazine Reviewed by Louise Chang, MD How Does The Human Heart Function? Every day, your heart beats about 100,000 times, sending 2,000 gallons of blood surging through your body. Although it’s no bigger than your fist, your heart has the mighty job of keeping blood flowing through the […]
VIA: Health.Com & The American Heart Association 1. Get Active Finding time in our overscheduled lives for exercise is a challenge for all busy Americans. Especially for those who are parents or are working full-time or both. But the benefits far outweigh the sacrifices it takes to carve out that time. And anyone who has […]
VIA: Health.Com Provided by: Healthwise You don’t have to be an athlete to be fit. Athletes reach a very high level of fitness. And people who take brisk half-hour walks every day reach a good level of fitness. Even people who can’t do that much can work toward some level of fitness that helps them […]