Sports Medicine

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Fun & Fitness: Olympic Sports Anyone Can Try

: Summer Olympics sports can be full of backyard fun – and come with astonishing health benefits.

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Can Gardening Count As Exercise?

: The benefits of gardening go beyond connecting to nature and creating a pretty yard. It's a workout too! 7 tips to maximize your fitness in the garden...

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Heart Rate Training: Get In The Zone

: Whether you’re just starting an exercise program or you’re an athlete prepping for a race, heart rate training can help you target a speci...

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The Science of Fitness: Does Exercise Change Your DNA?

: Does exercise have the power to change your genetics? New research explains why changes at the cellular level may help you live longer and prevent dis...

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How To Stay Hydrated: 7 Tips For An Active Summer

: While staying hydrated is always important, it's more challenging as the weather heats up. An athletic trainer offers tips on optimal hydration.

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7 Ways To Fit In Fitness At Work

: Sitting for 8 hours a day increases your risk of heart disease, diabetes and other conditions. Here are ways to fit in fitness into your workday.

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Stretching Done Right: Easy Tips To Stay Limber

: Stretching and staying limber is vital for getting the most out of your fitness activity and avoiding injury. Here are some helpful hints doing it rig...

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8 Ways To Ease Post-Workout Muscle Soreness

: Muscle soreness is a common consequence to overworking your body. An athletic trainer gives advice to prevent and ease post-workout discomfort.

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Exercise May Help You Survive A First Heart Attack

: People who are fit are more likely to survive their first heart attack, according to a newly published study of more than 70,000 patients.

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