IT'S ALL ABOUT HEALTH AND FITNESS LIFESTYLE

  • How to Treat Injuries at Home

    How to Treat Injuries at Home April 2012 - We all have our household ways of treating minor injuries. But when was the last time you heard from a physician on how best to treat these? Dr. Harjee considers cuts and bruises, and sprains.

  • Safety First At Boot Camp

    Safety First At Boot Camp March 2012 - Working out in a group setting (boot camp, exercise or fitness class) can be fun, but here are factors to consider for safety: trainer's credentials, your medical history, appropriateness, exercise form, and more.

  • Umbilical Cord Blood Donation: What Every Expectant Mother Must Read

    Umbilical Cord Blood Donation: What Every Expectant Mother Must Read February 2012 - Like bone marrow donation, umbilical cord blood donation saves lives. The blood used to be discarded, and even now, most expectant mothers don't know its value. In minority communities especially the need is great.

  • Muscles in Mumbai

    Muscles in Mumbai January 2012 - Did you know that weight lifting and bodybuilding have their origins in ancient India? Now there's a bodybuilding craze in India, with nutritional supplementation and competitions.

  • Breast Cancer on the Rise amongst South Asians

    Breast Cancer on the Rise amongst South Asians December 2011 - Breast cancer is a non-communicable disease which has tripled in the South Asian American community in the last 10 years. Asian women have traditionally had low breast cancer rates. However, their rates are rapidly rising.

  • Exercise Safely with Type 2 Diabetes

    Exercise Safely with Type 2 Diabetes November 2011 - The combination of both strength training and cardiovascular exercise delivers the best result in the prevention of diabetes and lowering glucose levels in diabetics. While yoga may provide health benefits, it is not the best exercise in the management of diabetes.

  • What South Asians can do to prevent diabetes

    What South Asians can do to prevent diabetes October 2011 - Diabetes is epidemic in the South Asian community. Emory University is working on a promising program (D-CLIP) to study the effects of a culturally specific and low cost lifestyle intervention for diabetes prevention.

  • No Need for Knee Pain

    No Need for Knee Pain September 2011 - Even though running provides tremendous health and cardiovascular fitness benefits, there are several things you should know and practice in order to run effectively and avoid knee injury.

  • Why more South Asian bone marrow donors are needed

    Why more South Asian bone marrow donors are needed August 2011 - Bone marrow donations can save lives, but there is a shortage of donors among South Asians. Myths about marrow donation often stop us from signing up, but registering and donating are simple.

  • Jump Start Your Weight Loss

    Jump Start Your Weight Loss July 2011 - If you’ve fallen short of your New Year’s goal to lose weight and get in the best physical shape, take another shot this summer. Here are some things that you might have overlooked.

 

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