Runners can be vulnerable to injuries months—even years—after taking fluoroquinolones. Read the full article for Runner’s World.
Biology says you can father kids up through old age. But at what health costs? Read the full article for Men’s Health.
With age comes wisdom, a full life, and discounts on movie tickets and rental cars. But as your body moves through—and beyond—the shifts of menopause, biology does throw a few whammies your way in the weight gain department: About 10 pounds, on average, according to San Francisco–based functional medicine specialist Marsha Nunley, MD. Read the full article for Prevention.
Cancer remains the second leading cause of death in this country. What’s holding us back from a cure? Read the full article for Men’s Health.
Runners have their marathons; triathletes, their Ironmans. Cyclists looking to test their mettle have a benchmark challenge of their own: the 100-mile century ride. Even if your winter workout regimen consisted primarily of streaming Parks and Recreation, if you start training now, you can still set your sights on conquering a century this fall. Read the full article for Chicago magazine.
Registration heats up at early-fall events tailor-made for qualifying times. Read the full article for Runner’s World.
Which man was the guide for the final seven miles of the Boston Marathon? Depends who you ask. Read the full article for Runner’s World.