How Much Exercise Do You Need To SuperPower Your Health?
When exercising for health, does more = better? The researcher who set the U.S. activity guidelines weighs in on the latest findings and the best physical activity prescription for you. Includes information on exercise guidelines and heart disease prevention.
What Every Inactive Adult Needs To Know About Exercising for Health
Is someone you know very sedentary? From the immediate past president of the American College of Sports Medicine, here’s how to build motivation, overcome obstacles, and effectively and safely reap physical activity’s proven health rewards.
What Every Adult Needs To Know About Exercising for Health
The exercise Rx proven to significantly reduce your risk of heart disease, diabetes, prostate, breast, and colon cancer—and extend your life. Interview with the American College of Sports Medicine’s Immediate Past President Carol Ewing Garber, PhD.
Update: Radiation in CT Testing. Are Heart Tests Safe?:
New Stanford U. research: Exposure to CT scanning radiation is linked with cellular damage Which heart tests are safest?
6 Steps to a 75% Heart Disease-Free Life
Preventative cardiologist Dr. Joel Kahn on the lifestyle program proven to reduce your heart disease risk by 75%. (Quick Read)
How To Have a Healthy Heart, Part I: Take "Vitamin L"
More than 75% of heart disease diagnoses can be prevented. Dr. Joel Kahn teaches how.
How To Have a Healthy Heart, Part II: What MDs Aren’t Telling You
Health care providers can easily miss health disease. In Part II of this series (read Part I first), Dr. Joel Kahn explains the vital additional tests you need—and how exercise and Transcendental Meditation can significantly reduce your risk.
Animals —A Mirror into Human Health, Part I: Heart Disease, Cancer, Infection
There are astonishing connections between animal and human health. In Part I of this two-part series, Dr. Barbara Natterson-Horowitz discusses what we can learn from animals about heart conditions, cancer, and treatment of infections.
When Supplements Really Work, Part I: Supplements Perform Like Drugs: The only U.S. physician with an endowed position to study supplements discusses how they have changed lives, selecting what you need, calibrating responsiveness, the perils of pill politics, & more. Includes heart disease research.
When Supplements Really Work, Part II: The Right Fit for Your Fitness: Physician and supplement specialist Dr. Mark Moyad advises on how to investigate and select the right brands, the best times to take pills, what forms to use, and more. Includes heart disease research.by