Men’s Health Week heightens awareness of preventable health problems and encourages early detection and treatment of disease among men and boys. Check out our 4 health tips to start during Men’s Health Week.
Wednesday, June 2 is National Running Day. If you’re interested in adding running to your fitness routine try these “games” courtesy of Running World.
Scientific research now supports the suggestion from many public health officials—GET MOVING! According to a new study published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, “Consistently meeting physical activity guidelines was strongly associated with a reduced risk for severe COVID-19 outcomes among infected adults.”
Summer is almost here and swimming is one of the most popular activities for workouts and play. Whether you’re around water at the beach, at the gym, your local pool or any body of water—safety should always be your top priority.
Try these six various outdoor workouts we recommend.
May 10–16 is Medical Fitness Week. During this week, we begin the MOVE150 program which focuses on getting participants moving, regardless of their abilities. We encourage members to reach 150 minutes of activity throughout Medical Fitness Week.
May is mental health awareness month and we want to share with you mental health tips to add in your life courtesy of a recent article from Heart.org and Nature.com.
April is stress awareness month and we want to share with you three ways to reduce stress in your life courtesy of a recent article from the Harvard Health Blog.
Try these 4 simple ways to add more water to your diet.
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