1. Stay Hydrated to Stay Fit

    The average adult population doesn’t exercise like a competitive athlete, so you might assume there’s no need to keep track of water intake. However, your hydration status can determine whether or not you have the energy to make it through your next training session. Dehydration increases your body’s core temperature and can raise your heart rate, increasing how you perceive your level of ef…Read More

  2. Obesity Around the Nation

    Obesity rates in states around the country are beginning to slow, but the epidemic is still affecting the poor and minorities disproportionately, new research shows. In 2013, adult obesity rates rose in six states – Alaska, Delaware, Idaho, New Jersey, Tennessee and Wyoming – which was a drastic shift from 2005, when the rate increased in every state. The new report was based on federal govern…Read More