Posts for category Exercise

Why walk?

  To promote and maintain health, the American College of Sports Medicine and the American ...

Nutrition and weight: It’s personal

Even though we are all aware of the benefits of healthy eating, many of us ...

Team Wellness Thrives at the Endocrine Clinic

Resistance band training. Stress management classes. Healthy snacks. Meditation classes. No, these aren’t just experiences ...

Avoiding colorectal cancer

Many of us believe that cancer is either going to get us or it won’t. ...

Runners on running… at Stanford

Most of us know that running is associated with health benefits. Running helps prevent heart ...

Wellness Works for the Care Coordination Department

  Wellness is working for the Care Coordination Department (CCD). The CCD is the first ...

Resolutions that stick

Joyce Hanna, MA, MS, former Associate Director for Stanford University’s Health Improvement Program, spoke to ...

Exercise and technology

Technology is a two-edged sword: because of it, we either sit too much or become ...

Spinal health: Straightening out facts from fictions

Back pain can literally break your day. Judging by how many thousands suffer, and many ...

Your guide to a well-rounded workout

America is fitness crazy. We’re flooded with fitness magazines, commercials for exercise videos and social ...