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Best Shoulder Exercises for Men

Best Shoulder Exercises for Men:  Safer Movements for Building Muscle for SportsBy Jim Carpentier, CSCS     Shoulder-strengthening exercises are...

Sports Injury Treatment, at Home and Beyond

For athletes and fitness seekers, sports injuries are par for the course. The fact that they're commonplace if not somewhat inevitable does not make...

How to Treat Your Sprained Wrist at Home

Did you sprain your wrist during football blocking drills or by falling on the soccer turf during pre-season practice? A sprained wrist can hamper y...

Symptoms of a Pulled Muscle

Have you ever thought about the complexity of the human body? The bone structure acts as a frame upon which the skin, muscles and organs rest. Muscl...

Fermented Milk: Does It Reduce Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness?

Got milk? How about fermented milk? We'll wait for the gag reflex to pass… Better? Good. Now let's talk about the health advantages you can s...

Treating Swollen Elbow

Olecranon bursitis is a condition characterized by redness and swelling around the boney part of the elbow. Also referred to as "swollen elbow," i...

The Powerful Health Benefits of Turmeric

Turmeric, the golden herb responsible for giving curry dishes their distinct color and flavor, contains a phytochemical called curcumin, which re...

5 Ingredients You Never Want to See in Your Food

Here's a secret. A healthy diet isn't complex. It doesn't require punishing yourself with monthly cleanses or self-deprivation. Simply live by ...

Treating an Ankle Sprain

Most athletes have twisted an ankle at some point in their careers. Although ankle sprains are quite common, they aren't always minor injuries. ...

16 Nuts and Seeds You Should Be Eating

Nuts for nuts? Good for you, because nuts pack a strong nutritional punch. They get a bad rap for being high in fat, but they shouldn't—the fats t...

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