What and When to Eat When Training Diet, weight loss, muscle building, and exercise training are the subject of much debate. In a society plagued with obesity and simultaneously concerned about body image, the key to perfect weight maintenance is akin to the fountain of youth. Many of us have realized that there is no one […]
Take the Flu Shot, or Not? To many Americans, the idea of a flu shot is simple enough: Pay for a quick injection, don’t worry about getting sick. Without further investigation, this concept is easy to grasp. The reality is much more dangerous. Part of the danger stems from the chemicals used to create the […]
There is no denying it. For childrens obesity, a clear association is present between a reduction in TV hours and decreased weight gain over one year for adolescents. However many Americans fail to even acknowledge whether their children are a healthy weight. About one in three American children are either overweight or obese, according to the […]
The concussion topic had been in the news a lot lately. Especially after the “Concussion” movie starring Will Smith debuted in 2015 which shed light on CTE or chronic traumatic encephalopathy. An NFL concussion study just released by JAMA found that of 202 deceased American football players who participated in a brain donation program, CTE was pathologically […]
Exercise is more effective and works better than the most popular depression drugs. Take a daily a dose of exercise and stop the suffering from depression.
Summer is in full swing. Since the kids are out of school and the temperature is climbing, and many of us are probably utilizing that vacation time you’ve been saving up all year. A common question many patients are asking this time of year refers to sunscreen protection. Rather than take this article in a […]