Most of us watch TV. A new study, which will appear in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine, shows that too many hours spent sitting in front of the TV can increase your risks for eight of the major causes of death. I am an avid TV watcher and after reading this research, I may have to change a few things when it comes to watching TV. Continue reading to see what the study showed.
Teens are playing more and more sports these days. I have noticed it recently at my chiropractic practice when trying to book them in for follow up visits. It is getting harder to find free time that is not taken up with all of the sports they are playing. We all know that sport and exercise is good for you and is a very important thing to include in your daily schedule, but can too much sport be a bad thing? Well, according to some research out of Switzerland and Canada, too much sport CAN be a bad thing. How much is too much? Continue reading to find out.
School and University exams are fast approaching. This also means students will be spending long hours in front of computers and text books. This prolonged sedentary activity can have detrimental effects on your body and health. Of course, study is important, but you will want to minimize the negative effects it has on your body. I don’t want to discuss "how" to study as everyone is different and what works for one person may not work for another. This is more about your body and the environment you study in and trying not to damage yourself during the exam period. Continue reading to see my 8 tips on how to function well during your upcoming exams.
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