• Aly Raisman Shares Her Olympic-Winning Battle with Migraines

    Aly Raisman Shares Her Olympic-Winning Battle with Migraines

    Alexandra “Aly” Raiman conquered the world of gymnastics as the captain of the 2020 U.S. Olympic Gymnastics teams awhile battling chronic migraine.
  • This Urologist Explains What You Need to Know About Testicular Cancer

    This Urologist Explains What You Need to Know About Testicular Cancer

    There have been 9,470 new cases of testicular cancer in 2021. Find out how to self examine yourself for this disease and the next steps.
  • Having Trouble Getting Fit After 40? Here's How to Get Started

    Having Trouble Getting Fit After 40? Here's How to Get Started

    So, you’re in your 40s? Or maybe you are a few years either side, but one thing is for sure, exercise should be an essential part of your lifestyle. We get it, your working hours are long and the available time at home with the family is limited, but if you want to stay around…
  • Prepare Fluidly By Being Aware of These Subtle Dehydration Signs

    Prepare Fluidly By Being Aware of These Subtle Dehydration Signs

    With heatwave frequency on the rise, it is more important than ever for people to understand the dangers of dehydration and properly hydrate your body. The National Climate Assessment estimates that there will 20 to 30 more days above 90°F by mid-century. This, combined with our existing daily workload and love of exercise, means that…
  • Research Shows Forskolin Based Cocktail Can Generate Muscle Stem Cells

    Research Shows Forskolin Based Cocktail Can Generate Muscle Stem Cells

    New research, led by a team at UCLA, has zeroed in on a chemical cocktail that has been shown to generate vast numbers of new muscle stem cells. It is hoped that such a break-through could advance therapies designed to combat muscle loss and aid the body in its recovery from injury. In a report…
  • Do You Really Know How Much Processed Meat You're Eating?

    Do You Really Know How Much Processed Meat You're Eating?

    It’s no shocker when new studies surface about potential health risks associated with eating processed meat. After all, the link between processed meats and diseases such as cancer has made headlines for years. If you find yourself asking, “What is processed meat and what makes it so unhealthy?” you’re not alone. After all, a good…
  • Research Suggests Additional Protein Intake Offers No Added Gains

    Research Suggests Additional Protein Intake Offers No Added Gains

    A recent study published in the American Journal of Physiology: Endocrinology and Metabolism has become one of the most detailed deep-dives into the effects of diet and resistance training in adults aged between 40 and 64, and results have showed that once an individual goes past the optimal protein intake, there appears to be no…
  • Being Fit Burns More Fat, According to New Research

    Being Fit Burns More Fat, According to New Research

    Losing unwanted body fat can be a challenging process. But this recent study from the University of Bath found that being fit burns more fat.
  • Research says Aerobic Exercise Improves Memory and Critical Thinking

    Research says Aerobic Exercise Improves Memory and Critical Thinking

    A recent study found that if you avoid a sedentary lifestyle with aerobic exercise you can improve your brain function and cognitive ability.
  • Study Suggests Face Masks Are Safe for Intense Exercise

    Study Suggests Face Masks Are Safe for Intense Exercise

    During the COVID-19 pandemic, establishments have required a face masks be worn to help limit the spread of the virus. Here's our favorite for working out.