Preventing Disease & Injury
Shoulder shrugs & other exercises using your trapezoids can reduce chronic neck pain by 80%.
Over 200 species of bacteria are in and amongst the dust at your desk - wipe it down daily with lysol or another disinfectant to prevent sore throats and colds.
Something as simple as eating 2 ounces of yogurt a day (an individual container typically has 6 ounces) can protect you from gum disease.
Get an annual skin check on your scalp to reduce the risk of melanomas. These unseen moles can double your risk of death.
Getting plenty of calcium and Vitamin D daily can decrease your stress levels by 20%.
A 30 minute make out session can improve allergy symptoms.
Women who take fish oil supplements have a lower risk of developing the most common type of breast cancer, new research suggests.
If you've injured your left leg, don't stop working out your right leg. Exercising even one body part stimulates the nerve fibres in the opposite limb, and helps recover an injury 10% faster.
To buy the best work out shoes, shop late in the day. This is when your feet are the largest. Also, make sure there is a half inch space between your longest toe and the end of the shoes.
When doing crunches, put your tongue on the roof of your mouth. This will help to align your head properly and reduce neck strain.