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Whether because of hours spent at a desk, in the car, or in front of the TV, we tend to sit a lot. In fact, Americans are sitting an average of 13 hours a day. Besides the health risks associated with prolonged sitting (higher risk of heart disease, diabetes, obesity, cancer, and depression), joint ... Read more
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As you carefully shuffle your feet along the icy sidewalk or parking lot to get around this winter, it can be a challenge not to lose your balance and fall. Daily practice of these yoga poses, which promote balance, strength, and muscle memory, can greatly improve your chances of staying upright. ... Read more

If you’ve avoided asanas and other activities because of arthritis pain, we have good news. A well-designed yoga program is not only safe for people with arthritis, says new research, but it may also ease symptoms and boost mood. In the study, people with either osteoarthritis in the knee or rheu ... Read more

When you’re trying to stay warm in the frigid winter air, you pull your coat tighter and scrunch up your shoulders. At home, you may nestle down into your covers with the blanket pulled high. Fighting off the effects of winter this way can trigger pain in your trapezius muscles. These muscles are l ... Read more
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The yoga posture known as plank pose proves that exertion comes in many forms — not just running distances and pumping iron. Plank pose builds strength and vitality year-round, and, at this time of year, it can serve as an efficient “winter warmer,” says Judi Bar, Cleveland Clinic’s yoga program ... Read more

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