Here are a few easy, at-home exercises to incorporate into your regimen that can help you maintain proper motion and flexibility of your joints.
Developing dementia is one of the primary fears associated with aging, but new studies show cognitive decline isn’t necessarily inevitable in the golden years. They found physical exercise and a certain kind of mental exercise can make quite a difference in brain volume and function.
Neck pain is a prevalent problem in the U.S. Discover the most common types of neck pain and what you can do at home to correct these problems.
Many arthritis sufferers are afraid to move. It hurts. It just seems like common sense that if you move and it hurts, then the solution is to stop moving. Well, that’s the last thing you should do. One of the best things you can do to prevent pain and further deterioration of your joints...
Recent research indicates that exercising for 150 minutes each week may be the best treatment for Alzheimer's disease.
Runners have a lower risk of death than non-runners, with runners outliving non-runners by an average of three years.
Walking has the potential to be as good, if not better, than running for many people.
Exercise may decrease and reverse the signs of skin aging.
Performing vigorous exercise for at least two and a half hours per week can reduce your chance of catching the flu.
Recent research findings suggest exercise can reduce fat, which in turn can enhance your ability to think and learn.