Some people can manage almost any stretch without experiencing any problems, whereas others, particularly those with certain medical conditions or chronic neck, back, or knee problems, may wish to avoid the following techniques. Back Bends Back bends (such as the yoga bridge) can pinch nerve fibers, jam spinal joints together, and squeeze spinal disks.
March 25, 2010
The latest scientific word is that it doesn’t matter which diet you choose: What counts is calories and if you eat too many of them—in whatever form—you’ll gain weight. If that notion sounds a bit old-fashioned or runs counter to your latest weight-loss strategy, think again.
Did you make a New Year’s resolution to get fit in 2012?
Heart attacks in older adults (especially those in their 80s and beyond, or in those who have dementia or multiple health conditions), can mimic many other conditions.
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One of Men’s Health ’s top experts, T.E. Holt, M.D., a physician in North Carolina, tells this story about one of his patients:
“Is that you, Daddy?”
Billboard Near Brickyard Warns NASCAR Fans of Cancer-Hot Dog Link
If you think that how long you’ll live is based on how long your grandparents and parents live, you’re only partly right.
Why not get a workout while you watch TV?
Our ears are easy to take for granted: When you’re free of pain and your hearing is fine, you barely pay them any attention.
Few things feel more terrifying and random than a stroke , which can strike without warning.
After a long hard day at the office, I crave a manly dinner.
Decades ago, around the time of Steven Tyler's last haircut, a completely wrong-headed idea started being passed around America's dinner tables: Eating fat makes you fat.