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Staying Active After Pulmonary Embolism

Pulmonary embolism (PE) is a serious medical condition that can be life-threatening. It is a blockage in one of the pulmonary arteries in the lungs. These blockages are usually caused by a blood clot that travels from the deep veins Keep Reading

Ward Off Depression with Group Fitness Classes

Depression is defined as a mood disorder that brings about an unrelenting feeling of indescribable sadness and loss of interest. Depression isn’t a disorder that you can treat on your own but as an adjunct to professional treatment, evidence from  Keep Reading

How to lose weight and save pounds with wearable tech

YOUR personal trainer might have screamed “no pain, no gain” during many exhausting work-outs, but insurers are taking the idea to a new level, with some offering financial rewards and lower premiums for keeping fit.

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Are Protein Shakes Worth It?

If you’ve bееn іntо weight training оr dieting for any аmоunt of tіmе, I’m ѕurе you’ve соmе across advertisements for protein ѕhаkеѕ. Mоrе and mоrе, реорlе аrе deciding tо get hеаlthу аgаіn. Along wіth thаt, the lаrgе іnсrеаѕе іn thе Keep Reading

How Fitness Could Save You Some Money

There are people out there that try to use the excuse that getting fit costs too much money. They think that they need special drinks, a gym membership, and all the special equipment that don’t cost a lot of money, Keep Reading

Midlife diet: what you must eat after 40

You can knock years off your age if you eat the right food. Here are nutrition expert Elizabeth Peyton-Jones’s rules

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