Hydration is important year-round, but as the summer temps continue to rise, North Central Surgical Center wants to remind you just how crucial it is to drink enough water.
Flip-flops are a summer wardrobe staple: they’re fun, they’re easy to slide on and they keep your feet cool in the heat. But flip-flops may actually be the worst shoes for your feet.
Exercising in hot weather can be stressful on your body. But there is also some research to suggest that working out in the heat and humidity can improve performance for athletes.
Does the recent popularity of organic foods have you wondering if going organic is truly better for you? And if so, is it worth your money?
Here’s everything you need to know about buying organic foods.
People who exercise in the morning are more likely to stick to their fitness routines and reach their goals than those who work out later in the day. But being jolted out of sleep by an alarm can make anyone feel bitter about waking up to work out.
Athletes, coaches and personal trainers use a variety of equipment, some of which you may have never seen or used before. And while some of it may seem strange, each serves a unique purpose.
Want a sharp mind? Try getting more exercise
Regular exercise comes with plenty of well-known health benefits, such as improved heart health, weight loss, stronger joints, increased energy, reduced odds of diabetes, lower blood pressure and improved mood.
Summer’s here, and so is the Texas sun and heat. Be careful this summer as the months of June, July and August are when temperatures and humidity peak to its highest.
Skin cancer prevention progress report from the CDC.
Many summer sports, like tennis and swimming, are prone to shoulder pain and injury.