How healthy is your heart? According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), roughly 25% of all deaths in the United States are attributed to heart disease. Each year, an estimated 610,000 Americans die from it, making it the leading cause of death, even surpassing cancer and unintentional injuries. You can lower your risk of heart disease, however, by making ...Continue Reading →
Want to increase your body’s muscle mass? Each year, millions of people sign up for a gym membership with the goal of losing fat and adding muscle tissue. However, statistics show that only 18% of these men and women use their gym membership on a regular basis. Whether you sign up for a gym membership or decide to work out at home, ...Continue Reading →
Early detection is critical to treating and recovering from breast cancer. Statistics show that about one in eight women in the United States will develop invasive breast cancer during their lifetime. Each year, tens of thousands of women die from this deadly disease, making it one of the leading causes of death among women. According to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, however, ...Continue Reading →
Back pain is one of the world’s leading causes of disability. Each year, millions of people suffer from pain in their back, resulting in billions of dollars of lost productivity. It’s difficult to work when you suffer from back pain, so many people stay home rather than going to work when they experience it. But if you’re hoping to alleviate your back pain, ...Continue Reading →
What resolution have you made for 2019? According to Statista, improving one’s health and wellness is the single most common New Year’s resolution. Each year, more people make a personal goal of improving their health than any other resolution. Unfortunately, only about one in 10 actually achieve their goal. With the right approach, however, you can improve your health in 2019.
#1) Buy ...Continue Reading →