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Running & FitNews - Sept/Oct 2016
Running & FitNews - Sept/Oct 2016

Inflammation is a necessary part of the immune system and promotes bodily health; however, when left unchecked, inflammation can cause significant damage in the body and even manifest as an autoimmune disease. Learn how to protect yourself from damaging inflammation in this issue of <i>Running & FitNews</i>. You can also read about recent recommendations for exercise and pregnancy, how to determine if your child is cardiovascularly fit, revelations in breast cancer screening, causes of patellar pain, and more! Go There

Running & FitNews - July/August 2016
Running & FitNews - July/August 2016

The app Pokémon Go came in with a roar this summer, consuming gamers world-wide with efforts to catch computer-generated creatures found in their surrounding environments. Some negative stories accompanied the app craze; however, there are also positive outcomes such as people getting outdoors and <i>moving</i> as shown in this issue of <i>Running & FitNews</i>. Speaking of moving, we still have plenty of work to do to reduce the incidence of obesity in the U.S. as described in the article "Obesity, Diet and Mortality Trends." To stay informed, read these articles and others on preventing and treating staph infection, meniscal tear surgery, better strategies for standing at work, use of acupuncture for pain relief, healing from calf strain, and overcoming nausea on the race course in <i>Running & FitNews</i>. Go There

Running & FitNews - May/June 2016
Running & FitNews - May/June 2016

Knee osteoarthritis (OA) often accompanies age as active individuals progress in years. Aside from commonly prescribed analgesics—which can be medically risky—or surgery, there has been little relief for the sufferer. That is until recent study results were released from a research group at Tufts University. They revealed how Tai Chi can benefit knee OA and pain perception. READ MORE about this topic, as well as running's potential affect on blood work results, misleading information on alkaline water, and many other topics of use to the runner and active individual. It's all in this issue of <i>Running & FitNews!</i> Go There

Running & FitNews - March/April 2016
Running & FitNews - March/April 2016

Our understanding of nutrition continues to evolve as research presents new findings and previously accepted dietary recommendations are challenged. In fact, recent research results focusing on saturated fat intake versus plant-based polyunsaturated oils may surprise you! Also, with recent hype about protein and its benefit to muscle repair and growth, we may actually end up tipping the scale by consuming too much of this nutrient with unnecessary supplementation. And if the scale is something you struggle with regularly, this issue provides you with tips on how to avoid food cravings and to feel full on <i>less</i> calories. Explore these dietary topics as well as tips for running injury prevention, when to take hypertension medicine, and more in this issue of <i>Running & FitNews</i>. Go There

Running & FitNews - Jan/Feb 2016
Running & FitNews - Jan/Feb 2016

As we head into spring, you may think you no longer risk getting the flu. Think again! The CDC is still reporting new cases each day. And if you are battling flu symptoms, it is advised you carefully review the ingredients of any multi-symptom OTC medications you are taking. Many include acetaminophen which, if taken in large amounts, can cause liver damage. Also, have you ever thought about how posture affects running performance? It can impact your finishing time in a big way! Learn more about keeping your body safe, healthy, and performing at its best by reading the current issue of <i>Running & FitNews</i>! Go There

Running & FitNews - Nov/Dec 2015
Running & FitNews - Nov/Dec 2015

As obesity rates in the U.S. climbed over recent years so did the alarming incidence of diabetes. Now there is good news--while there is still a vast number of people with the disease, the numbers are steadily declining. Find out the interesting reasons why! Find out, too, how regular walking can be just as beneficial as running and can even reduce risk of certain cancers. You can read more about these topics plus get helpful advice on injury treatment and rehabilitation in the current issue of <i>Running & FitNews</i>! Go There

Running & FitNews - Sept/Oct 2015
Running & FitNews - Sept/Oct 2015

Did you know that "heart age" can help determine risk for cardiovascular disease? You can figure out the age of of your own heart by following calculations which then show your percent risk. Or, perhaps you're interested in learning about the benefits--or lack of benefits--of calcium supplementation. You can find these answers plus lots of helpful advice on injury treatment and rehabilitation in the current issue of <i>Running & FitNews</i>! Go There

Running & FitNews - July/August 2015
Running & FitNews - July/August 2015

Be careful where you get your facts from...especially when they pertain to recommendations for weight loss! This issue questions the relationship between one leading exercise expert, his recommendations, and a popular global conglomerate. Also, what is the most ideal way to make it through a day at a desk job? Should you stand, should you take long midday breaks, or should you take multiple small breaks? Find the answer to these and other health and fitness-related questions in the current issue of <i>Running & FitNews<i/>! Go There

Running & FitNews - May/June 2015
Running & FitNews - May/June 2015

Are you a middle-age to older runner considering arthroscopic knee surgery? You may reconsider after reading the lead article in this issue. And if you're planning to hit the beach for your morning run, "Tips for Running on the Beach" provides helpful recommendations to get the most from your workout. Also included in this issue are articles on managing osteoarthritis, relieving back pain, avoiding muscle cramping, and more! Go There

Running & FitNews - March/April 2015
Running & FitNews - March/April 2015

As revealed by a recent Canadian study, there is yet another new reason to engage in high intensity exercise. What is this newly discovered benefit? And why is the U.S. Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee recommending that you no longer need to limit your dietary cholesterol intake? Learn more about these topics, along with information on Vitamin D, Amnion injections, osteoarthritis, hip bursitis, and <i>more</i> in the latest issue of <i>Running & FitNews</i>. Go There

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