Ever noticed those runners pounding the pavement when it's pouring rain, or the cyclists slogging it up hills when it’s plant-wiltingly hot? These folks aren't Olympic athletes. They're not exercising for fame or glory or lucrative sponsorships. So why do they do it? View Full Post
My weight loss journey began on September 26, 2011. At that point, I weighed 300 pounds. Less than eight months later, having lost 48 pounds, I won Dr. Oz’s Transformation Nation Million Dollar You Challenge. I was blown away.
You see, my wife, Jody, has chronic kidney... View Full Post
A new study suggests women 60 and older shouldn’t take calcium and vitamin D supplements to prevent fractures. But in this Treadmill Talk, Sharecare expert Dr. Michael Roizen, chief wellness officer for Cleveland Clinic, and chair of its Wellness Institute, explains why he thinks you should... View Full Post
If your booty is a little too bodacious, watch integrative medicine expert and Corporate Medical Director at Canyon Ranch Mark Liponis, MD, explain how to lose some of your caboose. View Full Post
I learned to drive a boat when I was 10. The small green fishing boat my grandfather kept at his lake cabin only had a 5 horsepower engine -- faster than paddling a canoe but not much. Still, it was fast enough to get me in trouble the first time I took it out by myself. When I bounced the boat off a pier, I learned an important safety lesson: Boats don't have brakes. Classic operator error! View Full Post