Sudden cardiac arrest is rare in athletes, but when it happens it often makes mainstream news headlines. This article examines what causes sudden cardiac death in athletes, risk factors, and sports where it’s most common.
Proper recovery starts with the basics: a healthy diet, plenty of fluids, and adequate sleep. Once you’re covering the basics, you may benefit from these 15 tips.
A rumor began circulating around the internet in 2016 that Apple AirPods can cause brain cancer. However, there’s no evidence that this is the case. This article breaks down the origins of the rumour and the latest research looking at the health risks of Bluetooth.
Even people who hit puberty late are unlikely to continue to grow taller until the age of 25. Most guys hit their peak adult height sometime before the age of 18 but some may experience a small amount of growth into their twenties.
There’s no one right way to design a workout program, but there are some age-old guidelines that can help you maximize your results. This article examines several potential ways you can set up your weekly schedule.
Vo2 Max refers to your body’s maximum oxygen consumption. Endurance athletes and people who perform aerobic exercise regularly usually have very high Vo2 maxes. This article examines the best ways to increase your Vo2 max as well as the benefits of improving your peak oxygen consumption.
Endurance and stamina are two terms that are often used interchangeably. Even though they have very similar meanings, there are a few key differences.
Testosterone is an essential hormone that helps regulate your bone density, sex drive, and fertility. However, testosterone also plays a role in the develop of acne. Keep reading to find out how fluctuating testosterone levels effects your skin.
Butyric acid is created by healthy bacteria in your gut when they ferment fiber. It’s also found in founds such as butter, sauerkraut, and ghee. Increasing the amount of butyric acid in your gut may have several health benefits such as reducing colon cancer risk, improving insulin sensitivity, and improving symptoms of IBS.
Most people think that testosterone is only an essential hormone for men. However, both men and women need a certain amount of testosterone for optimal muscle and skeletal health.