Looking to Enhance Brain Health? Jump in the Pool!

Every four years, swimming received increased attention as a result of the Olympic games. This summer, the U.S. Olympic Swim Team made a big splash

Could the Covid Vaccine (and Others) Prevent Alzheimer’s?

There’s growing evidence that inoculation confers significant protective benefits. Covid vaccines enormously reduce the risk of death and hospitalization in those who have been infected

Sports, Physical Activity and Sun Protection

Each year the U.S. spends over eight billion dollars treating skin disorders and cancers. Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the US, affecting

Do We Really Need to Take 10,000 Steps a Day for Our Health?

The advice that we take 10,000 steps a day is more a marketing accident than based on science. Taking far fewer may have notable benefits.

What to Look for in a Physical Therapist

Not all P.T.s are created equal. Find a professional who values evidence over anecdote. In some instances, physical therapy can be as effective as surgery,

Why You Need to Get in Touch with Your Body When It Comes to Your Health

Most of us need to listen to our bodies a little more closely. There are so many little signs that our bodies give off when

Remarkable Attitude and Fierce Determination Helps Teen From “Down Under” Beat the Odds

Hannah was ten years old when she was first diagnosed her with early onset Osteochondritis Dissecans (OCD), which is a condition that develops in joints,

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