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You Can Do This Entire 20-Minute Resistance Band Shoulder Workout Sitting Down

Strong shoulders are important for carrying out daily tasks and maintaining good posture. Try this 20-minute seated resistance band workout for your shoulders. → Read More

7 Ways You Can Make Your Running Community More Inclusive, According to Activists

Runners share their tips on how you can diversify the running scene in your own community and how to create a safe space for marginalized folks to run. → Read More

How Bad Is It Really to Eat Cereal for Breakfast Every Day?

Eating cereal every day for breakfast can be beneficial if you choose healthy options. Here are the health risks and benefits of eating cereal every day. → Read More

This Fanny Pack Goes From Workouts to Errands — and It Fits a Ton

The Hershel Supply Co. Fifteen hip pack is made with sweat-wicking material, making it the perfect fanny pack to wear on your runs and other outdoor workouts. → Read More

A 20-Minute Seated Core Workout for Older Adults

Seated exercises are great for older adults with mobility issues or who are recovering from an injury. This 20-minute seated core workout helps build strength. → Read More

The Best Ab Exercises for a Strong Core If You're Over 50

The best ab exercises for older adults improve balance and involve rotation and anti-rotation. Here are 9 core-strengthening exercises to add to your workout. → Read More

The One Fall Drink Dietitians Want You to Order (It's Not a PSL)

Learn the benefits of chai tea and get tips for making your latte order healthier. Chai has anti-inflammatory spices that can be beneficial for your health. → Read More

Want to Age Well? Do This Combo Move at Least Twice a Week

The walking lunge with band pull-apart is a compound movement that strengthens your upper- and lower-body muscles at the same time. Here's how to do it. → Read More

Can Cooking With Iron Fish Really Help You Get More Iron?

A dietitian explains if cooking with iron fish can help increase your iron levels and prevent iron deficiency anemia. Although safe, there are some drawbacks. → Read More

11 Exercises to Fast-Track Your Healing After a Hip Replacement

Want to recover quickly from a hip replacement? Walking combined with glute-strengthening moves, like these, are the best exercises after hip replacement. → Read More

How to Play Pickleball, According to Athletes and Instructors

Pickleball is a racquet sport that combines elements of tennis, badminton and ping-pong. Learn how to play pickleball, pickleball scoring and mistakes to avoid. → Read More

Stretch and Strengthen Your Lower Body With the Shin Box Get-Up

The shin box get-up exercise lengthens your hip flexors and mobilizes your hip joints. Plus, shin box variations can activate your glutes, quads and core. → Read More

Want to Age Well? Do IYT Shoulder Raises Twice a Week

As you get older, your shoulder strength and mobility declines. The IYT shoulder exercise strengthens your rotator cuff muscles and helps improve mobility. → Read More

Want to Age Well? This Everyday Activity Improves Balance and Prevents Falls

Stair climbing is one of the best exercises you can do for healthy aging. Its benefits include improving your balance, leg strength and cardio fitness. → Read More

How Bad Is It Really to Eat Raw Fish and Meat?

Experts explain if you can eat raw fish or meat, and how to help minimize your risk for food poisoning. There aren't any real benefits to eating proteins raw. → Read More

15 Asian American- and Pacific Islander-Owned Food and Drink Brands to Support

These Asian American and Pacific Islander food brands bridge the culture gap by highlighting Asian ingredients through an American lens. May marks Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month, and as the fastest-growing racial group in the U.S., per an April 2021 Pew Research Institute report, it's no surprise that the food is as diverse as its people. We're taking this month (and… → Read More

How Bad Is It Really to Mix Caffeine and Alcohol?

Experts explain effects of mixing caffeine and alcohol (think: espresso martinis and Red Bull vodkas) and whether drinking coffee after drinking alcohol is OK. → Read More

The One Mistake That Makes Your Cup of Tea Bad for Your Health

Some herbal teas interact with medications, and these can include green tea, chamomile, ginseng and more. Check with your doctor before drinking these. → Read More

The 6 Best Sunrise Alarm Clocks to Help You Wake Up Energized

A light alarm clock helps you wake up more naturally energized in the morning because it simulates the gradual sunrise. Check out the best sunrise alarm clocks. → Read More

How Bad Is It Really to Eat Grilled or Smoked Fish and Meats?

Eating grilled or smoked fish and meats may increase the risk for potentially cancer-causing chemicals. Find out how bad grilled and smoked food can be. → Read More