Dr. Brita Mutti, a registered naturopathic doctor and board-certified naturopathic oncologist at Hälsa Naturopathic Medicine in Colorado Springs, helps her patients dig deeper into what's contributing to their symptoms, which often is a combination of things, versus taking a medicine to treat only the symptom itself. Finding that deeper understanding of the imbalances means potentially offering a cure.
Nearly a year into the coronavirus pandemic, another harrowing surge is seeing steep increases: eating disorders.
While 2020 upended a lot of norms, I do not expect to see a major decline in the number of people who resolved to get in better shape as the calendar rolled over to a new year. What might be different, however, is an increase in people looking for ways to work out alone and away from a gym.
There’s no lack of diet talk at this time of year. Even a pandemic can’t stop the flood of cookbooks that promise to help us start the year right to eat better and slim down.
LOS ANGELES — The two men's vests lit up in the afternoon sunlight, their neon-yellow running tops identical in every way except one.
A Florida company that allegedly sold more than 10,000 counterfeit 3M respirators to Hennepin County (Minnesota) Medical Center has been slapped with an injunction from a federal court in Minnesota.
As temperatures hovered above freezing in Chicago Wednesday morning, nine people gathered in front of infrared heaters at the loading dock at Edge Athlete Lounge, in the West Town area, for a full-body strength routine that finished just before sunrise.
Nutrition and hydration aid stations are carefully situated at regular intervals around the course at physical races. With COVID-19 making these races virtual, it is now up to you to set this up, and it's a step that should not be missed.
OTTAWA, Ontario — Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is in self-isolation and working from home while his wife awaits the results of a COVID-19 test.
Going to the gym is supposed to be one of the healthiest things we can do for ourselves. But is that still the case during a viral pandemic?
In the late 1960s and early 1970s, young Danes took to the streets like their counterparts across the globe — protesting a political and societal system they believed was unjust, discriminatory and out of step with the times.
“For me, but not for thee,” appears to be the mantra in San Francisco, as gyms within government buildings have remained open while privately-owned establishments were forced to shutter over coronavirus concerns.