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Early School Start Times Unhealthy for Students

Parents see it all the time; the heavy-eyed, dragging, groggy physique of their kids in the morning and after school coming home. They get up before the crack of dawn for the bus to start a long day of learning, working, and socially interacting. Many people see the effects of getting up early for students […]

Early School Start Times Unhealthy for Students

Parents see it all the time; the heavy-eyed, dragging, groggy physique of their kids in the morning and after school coming home. They get up before the crack of dawn for the bus to start a long day of learning, working, and socially interacting. Many people see the effects of getting up early for students […]

3 Tips on How to Make the Most out of Your Labor Day

So many people take the smaller holidays and choose to work even more than they are already doing. Make the most out of your holiday and be sure to use it to your advantage to get the most out of it in the long run. Take the advice here and don’t work this year on […]

The Part of the Brain Responsible for Exercise Motivation Discovered

Researchers have conducted studies that have found the part of the brain that could control someone’s motivation to exercise; the dorsal medial habenula. Treatments using this area of the brain could lead to improved treatments for depression, changes in physical activity and the inability to enjoy pleasurable or rewarding experiences. One of the most effective […]

Teeter Hang Ups EP-960 Inversion Table

Teeter Hang Ups EP-960 vs. Contour L5 Inversion Table Comparison

We have been fielding questions about the differences between the Teeter EP-960 and Contour L5 Inversion tables lately, and thought we would publish a quick comparison between the two. Background The Contour L5 is sold through retailers whose sales are primarily local (brick & mortar), while the EP-960 is sold through online and offline retailers. […]

Are Exercise Balls Evil?

Are Exercise Balls Evil?

Probably not. Perhaps there should be some screening before allowing people to use these things! That said, maybe a small trampoline would be better for your low impact exercise. Kind of like the rebounders at Better Health Innovations

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3 Tips on How to Make the Most out of Your Labor Day

So many people take the smaller holidays and choose to work even more than they are already doing. Make the most out of your holiday and be sure to use it to your advantage to get the most out of it in the long run. Take the advice here and don’t work this year on […]

Early School Start Times Unhealthy for Students

Parents see it all the time; the heavy-eyed, dragging, groggy physique of their kids in the morning and after school coming home. They get up before the crack of dawn for the bus to start a long day of learning, working, and socially interacting. Many people see the effects of getting up early for students […]

The Part of the Brain Responsible for Exercise Motivation Discovered

Researchers have conducted studies that have found the part of the brain that could control someone’s motivation to exercise; the dorsal medial habenula. Treatments using this area of the brain could lead to improved treatments for depression, changes in physical activity and the inability to enjoy pleasurable or rewarding experiences. One of the most effective […]

Protein Breakfast / Snack-To-Go (Back to School!)

Protein Breakfast / Snack-To-Go (Back to School!)

How do you get the recommended amount of protein, about 20% or your daily diet, into yours and your child’s food? Try this great recipe for a protein packed breakfast or a quick snack!

Rich People Exercise, Poor People Take Diet Pills?

Sadly, it’s true. A new study published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine found that the higher the income someone makes, the more likely they are to work out and lose weight. There were many reasons that contributed to this. Healthy food is more expensive than junk food, and for those with less of […]

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