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U.S. House of Representative members are working with the Girl Scouts of the USA to help promote healthy body images in the media.
As the lack of nutrition and physical activity continues to result in rising rates of preventable conditions, the question of government intervention is being posed.
Nutrition expert Patty James offers these easy tips to help you and your clients become healthier in 2010.
People who look younger than their age tend to live longer than those who look older than their years, a new study suggests.
Supervised exercise programs for cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy can reduce fatigue and boost muscle strength, aerobic capacity and emotional well-being, a new study suggests.
A new study showing the effectiveness of workplace wellness programs not only encourages spas to promote their wellness efforts to local businesses, but also urges them to implement programs in their own facilities.
By: Peter T. Pugliese, MD
Learn how bodily aging is affected by what and how your clients consume.
Practicing yoga regularly may help your eating habits so you can maintain a healthier weight, a new study says.
In a small study, antioxidant supplements were shown to help increase exercise endurance.
By: Kim Peiffer
Fitness offerings can give your spa's clients a boost, no matter what type of exercise they prefer.