• Diabetes and Exercise

    Your group is working on a big project for class, and the deadline is quickly approaching. The clock strikes 3pm and you realize you have not eaten. None of your peers have taken a lunch break, and they seem to be OK (aside from the loud, grumbling noises erupting from their stomachs). You begin to … Continued

  • Physical Therapy Exercises for Fibromyalgia

    What is Fibromyalgia? Fibromyalgia is a chronic musculoskeletal condition that affects one’s joints and soft tissues. Although symptoms vary from one patient to the next, the most common symptoms associated with fibromyalgia are widespread pain, often known as “tender points,” and fatigue. Other symptoms include depression, anxiety, abdominal pain, chronic headaches and an inability to … Continued

  • 2014 Resolution – Go Beyond Your New Year’s Health Resolution

    Every January brings with it the New Year and the promise of change, growth and progress. For many people this includes resolutions for self-improvement such as: volunteer more often, be a better friend or family member, quit smoking, etc. The most popular of these is the resolution to exercise more, eat healthy and lose weight. … Continued

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