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Men's Health

It’s time to focus on men’s physical health

Photo: Don Schiller uses the TRX Suspension Trainer during a personal training session with Touchmark Health & Fitness Club Director Nick Brown. June is National Men’s Health Month. This is important to note because many men don’t recognize how the passing of time affects their metabolism and fitness levels. Don Schiller, 83, experienced this very

Health

This May, the Y Encourages Older Adults to “Engage at Every Age”

May is Older Americans Month and the James Family Prescott YMCA is emphasizing the importance of being active and involved, no matter where or when you are in life. Quad Cities residents are encouraged to develop behaviors that are crucial to healthy aging, including healthy eating, increasing physical activity and social interaction—especially those adults over

COVID-19

10 Expert Tips To Help Prevent Pandemic Parent Burnout

We’ve been dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic for over a year now, and for many, life under lockdown is taking its toll. Psychologists are reporting a rise in “pandemic fatigue” with more and more people starting to feel exhausted, stressed, and unable to cope. While the constant hum of anxiety has had a significant negative

State

Arizonans doing 1/3 less exercise than before the pandemic began, reveals survey

Couch Potatoes? The average Arizonan is doing 29% less exercise than before the pandemic began, reveals survey. Arizonans have watched an average of 394 hours of TV during lockdown. 1 in 3 left unemployed have spent their time binge watching TV. 57% say they have enjoyed being lazy during lockdown. Half of those working from home admit watching TV during work

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