How Genetics Can Shape Athletic Performance

What does it take to be a great athlete? The age-old phrase ‘hard work and perseverance always pays off’ may ring true for some, but

The 5 Best Watches for Hikers

There are watches made specifically for hiking and outdoor activities. They typically have features that are important for this type of environment, such as an

World Cup Showcases the Benefits of Playing Soccer

As evidenced by the popularity of the World Cup, soccer is the world’s most popular sport by a significant margin, with more than 3.5 billion

Why Micronutrients Are Essential for Good Health

Whenever someone brings up the words ‘fitness’ or ‘health,’ you also find the word ‘nutrients’ thrown into the discussion. It may be one of the

Does Exercise Lower the Risk of Dementia?

Some people dread growing old because of age-related illnesses. Being a burden to others and not being able to care for oneself can be truly

Five Low-Impact Exercises for People with Bad Knees

Every area of your life can be negatively impacted if you have knee problems, whether your knees are excruciatingly painful or simply not working as

The Most Common Pickleball Injuries

In this episode of Sports Medicine Weekly, Dr. Cole welcomes Rush physical therapist Brandon Abonce to the podcast, to talk about pickleball injuries, and how

Merge Technology and Fitness to Boost Efficiency

The fitness industry is full of fancy and expensive gadgets that have proved useless. The shake weight and ab-toning belt are two popular examples. If

How Athletes Can Resolve Lower Back Pain

More than 80 percent of us have experienced lower back pain at some time in our lives. Lower back pain is a sign that you

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