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Two thirds of the aging process is based on one’s lifestyle choices.
World Health Organization says physical inactivity the fourth leading risk factor for our demise.
It's time to start thinking about yard work and spring cleaning.
Everyone, including seniors, can get confused about nutrition when mixed messages are coming at us from every angle.
The Heart and Stroke Foundation recommends exercise after a stroke to improve functional capacity.
Some of the many benefits of having a workout partner include accountability and encouragement.
Review of some of the leading factors for shortening life.
Find a happy median between exercise and not abusing your joints.
What are joints and how can you protect and preserve them?
Maintaining a healthy weight is a challenge for most these days. And the older we get, the more difficult it can be.
The hormonal changes of menopause might make you more likely to gain weight…
Be patient with yourself as you learn to consider food in a different way.
Seniors columnist has a list of 'other' things to do besides give in to food.
Aging does bring about physical changes that have an impact on sexuality.
As you put together a routine, look for combinations of activities that are different from each other and that use different muscles.
Take full responsibility for your health and fitness regimen. Don't let setbacks set you back.
Aching muscles and joints is no reason for seniors to not engage in an appropriate exercise program.
…bodyweight exercises are the ideal choice for individuals who want to exercise but don’t have access to equipment.
Too much fat or a high-fat diet is associated with obesity, cardiovascular disease, diabetes and some types of cancer.
Stretching for flexibility is often an overlooked and important component in achieving peak physical performance and overall fitness.