Can Improper Running Harm Your Joints?

 
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24 May

Can Improper Running Harm Your Joints?

Running is one of the most popular forms of exercise for many reasons. It’s free, it’s fun, and it comes with an amazing sense of achievement if you decide to enter races and get medals. If you’re a novice, it can be easy to think that running is a danger-free sport – but the truth is that improper running techniques can leave you with lasting joint damage.

Posted by: Claire Bradshaw 24 May 2018

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19 May

6 Foods That Can Help Your Sight

Poor vision is one of the most common reasons for people requiring adaptations in their lives, including disabled parking permits. The good news is that there is a lot you can do to protect your optic health, and diet can play a huge part in making sure your eyes stay sharp. Many foods contain vitamins and minerals that help your eyes to stay as strong as possible.

Posted by: Claire Bradshaw 19 May 2018

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17 May

Do You Qualify For A Disabled Parking Permit? (Video)

Dr Handicap is a first-of-its kind online service acts as an intermediary between people with disabilities and state DMVs in order to help patients obtain disabled parking permits without needing to leave the comfort of their home.

Posted by: Melanie Chenoweth 17 May 2018

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14 May

5 Top Ways To Get Healthy and Active This Spring

Spring has sprung, the air is fresh, and the sun is (or at least should be) shining. If you've been putting off those looming New Year's resolutions to get fit and healthy, the blooming of spring simply gives you no excuse; it's the perfect time to find ways to get healthy and honor those January promises.

Posted by: Patrick Ryan 14 May 2018

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9 May

Is Drinking Coffee Really Bad for Your Health?

It seems like there are new studies coming out all the time about the effects of drinking coffee – but the results can be confusing. Some studies tout coffee as a cure-all, while others say you should steer clear. A California judge recently ruled that coffee must come with a warning label alerting consumers to cancer risks associated with the beverage. So, which studies should we be listening to?

Posted by: Erin Konrad 9 May 2018