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Klobuchar's Plan would Help Alzheimer's Patients, Caregivers

Klobuchar's Plan would Help Alzheimer's Patients, Caregivers

Jul 12
Democratic presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar has a new plan to help seniors that includes more support for people with Alzheimer's disease and their caregivers.

For Tour de France Riders, Eating on the Job is the Key to Winning

For Tour de France Riders, Eating on the Job is the Key to Winning

By John Leicester | Jul 9
At the Tour de France, there are two types of eating. There's food for pure pleasure, consumed with gusto by those who follow the race. And there's food for fuel, gobbled hungrily on and off the saddle by the riders.

How to Think Yourself Into a Fit Person

How to Think Yourself Into a Fit Person

Jul 5
Many of us, aware of the benefits of exercise, try to stick to a routine, only to find our sneakers at the back of the closet when the weather doesn't co-operate, our routine is disrupted or we are short of time.

9 Summer Fitness and Fashion Essentials

9 Summer Fitness and Fashion Essentials

By Andrew Villagomez | Jun 26
From the gym to mountain trails or the sea, having the right clothes are essential. These nine versatile pieces work outside the gym, too, perfect for running errands or lounging around.

Yoga Isn't Timeless: It's Changing to Meet Contemporary Needs

Yoga Isn't Timeless: It's Changing to Meet Contemporary Needs

Jun 20
Today, part of yoga's appeal is that it continues to be seen as a mystical, ancient tradition. But research indicates that the practice of yoga has gone through some profound shifts.

10-Year-Old Girl Completes Yosemite El Capitan Climb

10-Year-Old Girl Completes Yosemite El Capitan Climb

By Olga R. Rodriguez | Jun 20
A 10-year-old Colorado girl scaled Yosemite National Park's El Capitan and may have become the youngest person to climb one of the most celebrated and challenging peaks in the world.

More Than Half of Americans Have Suffered Through a Workout 'Hangover'

More Than Half of Americans Have Suffered Through a Workout 'Hangover'

Jun 7
A sizable chunk of Americans are skipping work due to hangovers... from exercise.

During Ramadan, Late-Night Gyms Boom in the Gaza Strip

During Ramadan, Late-Night Gyms Boom in the Gaza Strip

By Fares Akram | May 31
During Islam's holiest month of Ramadan, Techno-Gym transforms into a late-night hot spot for young men struggling to stay in shape.

Why Quebec Endlessly Beckons Those on a Bicycle

Why Quebec Endlessly Beckons Those on a Bicycle

By Calvin Woodward | May 22
In Montreal each spring, an epic bicycle festival demonstrates how 25,000 people can let the good times roll without bumping into each other too much. 

What Helps Prevent Dementia? Try Exercise, Not Vitamin Pills

What Helps Prevent Dementia? Try Exercise, Not Vitamin Pills

By Marilynn Marchione | May 15
If you want to save your brain, focus on keeping the rest of your body well with exercise and healthy habits rather than popping vitamin pills, new guidelines for preventing dementia advise.

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