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IT'S ALL ABOUT HEALTH AND FITNESS LIFESTYLE
July 2014 -
If you climb a flight of stairs and break out in a sweat, some might consider you unfit. Others believe that sweating is an indication of physical fitness. Here are some facts.
June 2014 -
Colon cancer is increasing in South Asian communities; lifestyle and diet may contribute to this. Screening can prevent cancer, or detect it early so that it can be cured.
May 2014 -
As summer temperatures rise, the pool is ideal for staying cool and getting a good workout. Here are two workouts—one for the non-swimmer and another one for the swimmer.
April 2014 -
Supplements are constantly under debate, and recommendations vary with new research. If you're going to take a supplement, ask your doctor if it is appropriate for you.
March 2014 -
March is spring-cleaning time and also National Nutrition Month, so how about spring-cleaning your pantry? Here are tips to help do away with old habits and spruce up your nutrition.
February 2014 -
Fulton County is attempting to share health knowledge and collaborate so that preventive health services are easily available to South Asian Americans. Will you join in?
January 2014 -
As you begin your weight loss journey in 2014, it’s important to know the facts from the myths.
December 2013 -
“This is your wake up call. What’s happening in your liver is probably happening in your heart, too.” Fatty Liver Disease (FLD) is a serious problem, and South Asians are at higher risk.
November 2013 -
Why is intensity so crucial in order to lose weight and improve cardiovascular fitness? Here are tips on how to calculate your maximum heart rate and how to monitor your training intensity.
October 2013 -
South Asians are predisposed to devastating illnesses for many reasons. Adopting lifestyle principles—physical activity, a proper diet—can slow or prevent the onset of diabetes.