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Shoulder can be a pain for swimmers
Shoulder pain tends to be a common complaint among competitive and recreational swimmers, but can be avoided by performing simple mobility and strengthening exercises regularly, Ted Santaniello writes.
New first-aid app brings safety tips to phones
App equipped with emergency guide of prioritized steps to take during an emergency.
Switching machines can help weight loss
By periodically changing the machines you use while working out, your body will have to work harder to adapt, thereby burning more calories in the process.
Know resting vitals before starting a workout program
A certified personal trainer can help you get the most out of your exercise program by administering a full health analysis, but some assessments can be done on your own, Ted Santaniello writes.
Grasping the concept of hand strength
Developing your grip can help overall body function, columnist Ted Santaniello writes.
Diabetic alert dog a pleasant addition to family
With recent arrival of Banting, the last few weeks have been filled with learning, dog treats and many blood tests, Dr. Jonathan Beach writes.
Serve up healthy snacks for hungry kids
Choosing healthy snack foods can be difficult, but going back to the basics can make snack choices easier and healthier, Jordy Kivett writes.
Weak shoulders can lead to surgery down the road
Shoulder wear and tear can be prevented by paying attention to your core and posture, as well as taking the time to strengthen the small internal muscles of the joint itself, Ted Santaniello writes.
Tips and tricks on wart removal
More than 50 percent of children will get a wart at some time, Dr. Lewis First writes.
Don't forget fridge, cupboards when spring cleaning
Food often builds up in our cupboards, refrigerators and freezers. Spring is as good a time as any to sift through your inventory and purge the old products, Jordy Kivett writes.
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