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Newport Beach, Calif., April 14, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The COVID-19 pandemic is slowly fading thanks to science, social distancing and personal protections. The past year and a half has many people suffering from weight gain as many are working from home and staying at home, and the lack of physical activity is evident. Nuzuna …

If exercise has fallen by the wayside during the pandemic, here’s yet another reason to get back on the saddle. A study from The Cooper Institute, in conjunction with researchers from Harvard and Stanford universities, fitness still matters to reduce all-cause and heart disease deaths, despite advances in modern medicine and lifestyle changes. “Despite significant …

New York, March 08, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report “Global Wearable Fitness Technology Industry” – https://www.reportlinker.com/p06033293/?utm_source=GNW In addition to being a global intelligence exchange platform, MarketGlass™ is a powerful knowledge center that delivers dynamic project-focused market intelligence. Client companies will have complete insider access to the project Data stack. …

Working out can consist of a mixture of dedication, time, effort — at times, even money. With this in mind, trainer and Brooklyn native Irv “Zeus” Hyppolite took those concepts and poured them right back into the community. “I’ve been personal, strength, and conditioning training with athletes for about ten years. I got my start …

We tend to think of bacteria as something to avoid. Germophobes beware, but our bodies are literally covered and filled with bacteria. From our skin to the lining of our GI tract, bacteria are literally part of us. For sure, some bacteria are harmful, but many more play an important role in our health. The …

The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation is supporting families at a time when their physical and mental health is adversely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. LADF and UCLA Health Sound Body Sound Mind began distributing at-home fitness kits to all 500 kids of KIPP Academy of Innovation in East Los Angeles at the start of February. …

BOARDMAN — The Train Station Fitness has teamed up with local health, wellness and fitness professionals to launch The YOU Project this month, a six-week program aimed to ‘help you identify the best version of yourself and train lifestyle BOARDMAN — The Train Station Fitness has teamed up with local health, wellness and fitness professionals …

Welp, after what felt like the longest year ever, it’s 2021. And with the new year often comes resolutions — maybe more so this time round. Perhaps you want to lose some of those “corona-kilos” or simply maintain the good hygiene behaviours drummed into us during the pandemic. And in January, especially, we must wade …

CONTRIBUTED PHOTO/MCLEOD HEALTH KEVIN MITCHELL McLeod Health & Fitness Center It’s the New Year, and many people are making resolutions to eat better and exercise more. Regardless of the time of year, your age or your fitness level, it’s never too late to make exercise a part of your daily or weekly routine. There are …

The link between education and health disparities is clear, said Dr. Sade Kosoko-Lasaki, a professor of preventive medicine and public health at Creighton University. “The less educated someone is,” she said, “the higher their chance of dying disproportionately than the general population from diseases.”  Sade Kosoko-Lasaki DAVE WEAVER/CREIGHTON UNIVERSITY Nebraska struggles with obesity, but experts say small …