3 Things To Expect When You Take Your Baby Into The Pediatrician For Their 2 Month Checkup

When you take your baby into the pediatrician at 2 months old, this is a very important appointment. You may have taken them into the pediatrician before this time for a weight check, or some other medical reason, but this is their first real checkup. For this reason, it can be very beneficial to know what to expect during this appointment so that you can better prepare both you and your baby. [Read More]

3 Tips to Help You Prevent Heart Disease

The leading cause of death for both men and women is heart disease, according to the CDC. Nearly one in four deaths each year are the cause of a heart attack. Those are some scary numbers, and unfortunately, there isn't anything you can do to completely prevent you from having a heart attack. However, there are several things that you can do to lower your risk. Quit Smoking The risk of smokers developing coronary heart disease is double that of non-smokers. [Read More]

Get Smart, Avoid the Dumbbells—4 Alternatives to Strength Training

If your doctor has told you that you need strength training to improve your health, you may be reluctant to comply. After all, when most people hear "strength training" they automatically think of dumbbells and barbells. If you are thinking the same thing, you need to toss that idea out the window. Here are some alternatives to strength training that make you feel smarter by avoiding the dumbbells.  Resistance Training [Read More]

A Guide To The Benefits Of A Vibration Body Machine For Athletes Or Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients

If you suffer from Rheumatoid Arthritis or are an amateur or professional athlete, it is a good idea to discuss the option of using a body vibration machine with your physician. Even though the pertinent research has been limited thus far, one study in 2016 determined that sufferers of Rheumatoid Arthritis experienced improvements in both their energy levels and their ability to function after just two weekly sessions of 15 minutes each over a period of three months. [Read More]