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Stick with it

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It’s January 2 as I write this and I know that lots of you are already wavering about your new year’s resolutions – well, hey, it’s nearly 48 hours that you’ve had to stick with your resolve, which for most of us, is roughly 43 hours longer than we’ve ever managed to do before, especially […]

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An idea to keep your bones strong

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Here’s something that might surprise you about the kind of exercise that may be best in helping bones stay strong. If you want to maximize the effort that will help your bones stay healthy, you should walk downhill rather than uphill. That’s the surprising (at least to me) conclusion of a study presented at the […]

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Another myth misses the mark

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Everyone knows that exercising at night makes it harder to fall asleep and stay asleep, right? Well, maybe not. In a very small study of 11 middle-aged healthy male volunteers, researchers found not only that afternoon and evening exercise did not interfere with good quality sleep but also that exercise later in the day actually […]