Years ago, many believed that the health benefits of exercise were limited to the body. However, research has demonstrated that regular physical activity and movement can benefit both the body and the brain.
Recent studies have highlighted that movement can improve the supply of oxygen to the brain and promote the production of new cells. In fact, it appears movement also aides in creating new connections in the brain!(more…)
As students worldwide return to school, it’s likely many will be e-learning in some capacity for hours each day on their digital devices.
While our devices can be fantastic tools for entertainment and education, the postural effects are something all parents should be aware of.
For many students, e-learning may increase neck, mid-back, and low back pain.(more…)
Millions of people participate in sports each weekend as a way to stay active and stay connected to their friends… but, inevitably, as we age, the likelihood of an unexpected injury creeps up.
So how can you stay healthy as a weekend warrior?
Taking proactive steps during the week to stay well can directly impact your ability to keep enjoying your weekend sports.(more…)
Can Facebook help you be more healthy?
The answer is yes… if you take the right steps to curate your feed, stay connected, and share positive stories.(more…)