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teamwork rowing menopause

Teamwork, great exercise, pulling together instead of falling apart. Master Rower Rebecca Caroe tells us why rowing is the perfect sport for women over 40.

menopause weight hormones balance

If you're grappling with menopause weight management issues, understanding the way your food choices, changing hormones, and stress levels can all work together (for or against you!) can help. Functional nutritionist Nicole Negron explains.

grip strength menopause

What can your ability to squeeze a tennis ball tell you about how long you'll live and how healthy you'll be? A surprising amount. Learn how grip strength is a good indicator of overall health.

exercise challenges midlife weight loss

A friend is inviting you to take part in a 30-day “crunch challenge” to get the Abs of Envy, Buns to Die For, and Toned Shoulders to Make a Strong Man Weep. But is that really the right way to get healthy?

midlife weight loss challenge

If your goal is truly to be healthier, the average Facebook-fueled “30 days to your best bikini bod” challenge may not be the best way to reach it, especially for women in midlife and menopause.

menopause clumsy

If you're dropping things and bumping into furniture a little more often, it may be due in part to dips in estrogen. Read on for some suggestions to help you not break things quite so often.

resolutions exercise weight motivation

According to fitness app Strava, January 12 is where New Year's Resolutions go to die. Why do we quit? And how can we get past our barriers to be healthier for life?

electric shock sensation menopause

Electric shock sensation or ESS can feel like a rubber band snapping against part of your body or a zing of electricity shooting through you. Generally “harmless” and short-lived, ESS can nonetheless be pretty unpleasant.

self care holiday stress

Newsflash: the holidays can be stressful! Our DPTs weigh in on how to indulge in some smart self-care to reduce stress and stay healthy in the festive season.

immune menopause cold flu

Menopause can have a dampening effect on your immune system, but there's a lot you can do to ward off colds, flu, and other illness. Like singing 20 seconds of "Bohemian Rhapsody" while washing your hands.

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