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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is often the pain you feel in your hands, wrist or arm. Caused by repetitive use, such as typing all day, these 4 easy stretches can help.
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Can chocolate be the newest Superfood? Rich in antioxidants, the vast health benefits of chocolate gain approval from health experts and chocolate lovers. Finally, a health authority is telling you to take chocolate everyday, just like your vitamins.
Over the many years of being in this business, we've been asked some of the same questions, over and over. We sometimes add the most common questions to a standard Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page. But sometimes a response deserves a higher profile, and is worthy of a blog post.
Do you ask, "What's the story of 10,000 steps each day, and why am I hearing so much about it?" If this sounds like you, you aren't alone. There has been a lot of references to 10k steps in the wake of the explosive growth of personal fitness trackers. We reveal some of the inside story behind the magic of ten-thousand... and, we share a dramatic calculation that's sure to impress.
We all do it... In spite of the best of intentions to maintain a consistent exercise program, it is inevitable you will face an extended period of downtime. These periods away from a routine have a tendency to get longer as you get older, which makes it even more difficult to rediscover your drive, discipline and routine. How do you restart an exercise program? Here are 6 tips for getting back to fitness and help motivate you after time off from working out.