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Research has shown that drinking an ice slushie before exercise can extend runner's endurance--by around 10 minutes, on average.
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24 JAN 14
Being Physically Active May Lower Chronic Disease Risk
BY Charlene J. Owen Leaving your chair often may help improve your metabolism and overall health.
17 JAN 14
04 JAN 14
An Extra 2,000 Steps a Day May Help Lower Your Heart Attack Risk
BY Charlene J. Owen Choosing to walk may help reduce your risk of heart attack by 10 percent.
22 NOV 13
04 NOV 13
DIY Activities May Lower Risk of Heart Problems in Older Adults
BY Charlene J. Owen Remaining active in your older years may help you fight off life-threatening conditions.
24 OCT 13
A Low-Fiber Diet May Increase Cardiovascular-Related Diseases
BY Charlene J. Owen Make sure to mix wheat and nuts in your diet in order to lower the risk of heart issues.
26 SEP 13
Individuals with Coronary Heart Disease May Benefit from Intense Exercise
BY Charlene J. Owen With the doctor’s approval, people with heart problems may do more than just a few light stretches.
12 SEP 13
Healthy Lifestyle Changes May Save Your Heart, Says Study
BY Charlene J. Owen You have the choice and the power to protect your heart from fatal diseases.
01 AUG 13
Skipping Breakfast Linked to Increased Cardiovascular Disease Risk in Men
The first meal of the day is important in keeping your man and his heart healthy.
21 JUL 13
Obese Smokers May Have a Higher Heart Disease Risk
BY Charlene J. Owen Smoking is one thing, but being overweight may cause you additional heath problems.
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