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How Women of All Ages Can Prevent Osteoporosis

Tips for keeping your bones healthy and strong

The Exercise Pill: How Exercise Keeps Your Brain Healthy and Protects It Against Depression and Anxiety

The Exercise Pill: How Exercise Keeps Your Brain Healthy and Protects It Against Depression and Anxiety

Regular exercise, especially cardio, changes the brain. The trick is to pick an activity that you love.

When Working Out Makes You Sick to Your Stomach: What to Know About Exercise-Induced Nausea

When Working Out Makes You Sick to Your Stomach: What to Know About Exercise-Induced Nausea

Exercise-induced nausea is quite common, so why does this happen and how can you prevent it?

Kathrine Switzer

Wellness Talk: Iconic Athlete Kathrine Switzer Shares How to Stay Fit Over 50

Kathrine Switzer was the first official woman entrant to complete the Boston Marathon in 1967 and is still going strong—and still running—at age 72. Check out her advice on healthy aging.

Is Running Meditation a Real Thing?

A closer look at the connection between the physical and mental benefits of running.

How Running Can Contribute to Incontinence and Prolapse

Running—whether jogging or marathon running—can cause a downward pressure on women's pelvic cavities that can lead to urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse.

Tips to Get Kids Started With Running

If you want your kids to share your love of running, here are some tips to get them started running or jogging.

How to Make Running Easier

Running yields a lot of health benefits including cutting your risk for cardiovascular disease. Here are some tips to make it more pleasurable.

5 Ways to Find the Best Athletic Shoes

Finding an athletic shoe that will provide the most comfort and allow for the best podiatric support is extremely important.

My Very First Half-Marathon!

My Very First Half-Marathon!

Set your goals high, prepare and then go run a half-marathon even in midlife or with a hip replacement.

Inspired to Run—in 30-Second Bursts

I used to run. Back in my 20s, I ran two to three miles five days a week. At 55, I was really excited to find that I could still run, even if only in 30-second bursts.

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