Misc. Health News

Date Posted
Article Title
6/4/2001
Flabby Gets Hefty

It's now official: Being lazy and out of shape is a syndrome

6/1/2001
A Stretch in Time . . .

. . . Saves running injuries

6/1/2001
Swing Into Summer

Tee-off tips to avoid injuries on the links

6/1/2001
Too Much of a Good Thing

Women who exercise too much risk amenorrhea

5/31/2001
The Magic Diet?

Nope, it's time to eat right and hit the gym

5/31/2001
Activity Benefits Exercise-Induced Asthma

You can stay fit without triggering attacks

5/31/2001
Fitness Clubs Catering to Kids

Children jump on workout bandwagon at parents' gyms

5/29/2001
Better Fit Than Thin

Older people should weigh in on the side of caution, not slimness

5/27/2001
You're Never Too Old . . .

. . . to shape up, so join in on National Senior Health and Fitness Day

5/23/2001
Only the Good Dye Young

Exercise can help color you youthful

5/21/2001
Game, Set, Love Yourself

Seeing lean or solid athletes affects how young girls see themselves

5/19/2001
Courting Injury

The twists and turns of court sports can be a problem for your feet and ankles

5/18/2001
Chores Can Keep You in Shape

But don't try to do too much at once

5/18/2001
Just Any Bicycle Won't Do

Proper fit prevents strain, injuries

5/15/2001
Getting Off the Weight-Loss Plateau

What to do when your dieting plan hits a wall

5/13/2001
Working Out at Work

Employees urged to get active to stay healthy

5/12/2001
Just Keep Moving

Make a pledge to shape up during National Running and Fitness Week

5/12/2001
Sports Fans: On the Road to Sanity

Strong ties to a team improve mental health

5/11/2001
Overcoming Obstacles to Fitness

Study shows reasons why people stop working out

5/9/2001
I Run, Therefore I Drink

Runners shouldn't skimp on water

5/9/2001
To Get In Shape, Head for the Hills

Spring is the perfect time to start hiking

5/7/2001
Night Shift Gives Diet Short Shrift

Shift workers need to focus on smaller, more frequent meals

5/3/2001
Don't Let Asthma Stop Workouts

Just be careful exercising in temperature extremes

5/2/2001
Lifestyle Changes Sharply Cut Diabetes Risk

Study: Moderate acts lower Type II cases 58%