Laura Goldberg, MD
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While some people assume – or hope – that regular exercise will offset the negative effects of unhealthy eating, that’s not the case.
Many young athletes are taking the supplements to boost performance and improve hydration. Many parents wonder: are they safe?
People run for different reasons – to stay in shape, to become healthier, to lose weight. How do you get better – or get started – without risking injury? How do you go from being a good runner to a great one?
Most people want to get stronger, improve fitness and feel their best. But how do you know if you’re training too much? Just how important is recovery?
Getting outside and connecting with nature has a variety of health benefits, for kids and adults alike.
On average, it takes 66 days to establish a new habit, but the good news is you can approach it in manageable chunks.
From Nordic poles to safely adding weight, learn simple ways to maximize the impact of walking without too much effort.
For young athletes motivated to do so, adding a running routine to their training can be extremely beneficial. Here’s how to do it safely.