Morning exercise. It’s no secret that exercise is great for the body – health experts have been proving this for a long time. But what about morning exercise? Is it a habit worth getting in to? To get to the answer, we explore the pros and cons with the help of Associate Professor David Dunstan, Head of the Physical Activity laboratory at Baker IDI Heart and Diabetes Institute.
Male Depression: Statistically depression affects more women than men, but male depression is, nevertheless, a health problem worth knowing about. At its worst, depression can result in suicide, but fortunately, most cases are treatable, according to the World Health Organisation.
When we think of posture, we usually think it refers to the way we sit or stand. However, posture really means ‘position’ and therefore relates to any position we adopt to undertake a particular task, such as driving, doing housework, working at a desk or even working out.
Soft drinks hurts your health. With global consumption of soft drinks amounting to 190 billion liters in 2011, it’s clear that fizzy drinks are a popular thirst quencher. However, a growing body of research is raising concerns about their safety with weight gain, cancer and vascular problems among the health
Travelling is a very common activity among people. When people travel to their destinations they often tend to put their physical fitness goals on hold until the trip is over. What people do not understand is that they can improve their physical fitness capacities while travelling.