- Health Advice
Take a strong position about correcting posture
There are some not-so-obvious ways posture affects health, columnist Kale Panetti writes.
Take proper steps when selecting running shoes
Running shoes built with different levels of arch support to control overpronation of foot, columnist Jonathan Mulholland writes.
Clean, separate, cook and chill
Columnist Jordy Kivett offers tips for summer food safety.
Scratch an itch
Cutting sod and spreading manure has delectable consequences, P-R staff writer Robin Caudell shares in her latest update on the BetterU program.
Don't strike out when it comes to baseball safety
Emergency rooms see more than 100,000 baseball, softball injuries to kids under age 15 each year, columnist Dr. Lewis First writes.
What should I eat? The evolving nature of diet, nutrition
Try to focus on what we know is good for everyone, columnist Jordy Kivett writes.
Getting to the bottom of proper running technique
Improve your performance and reduce your chances of getting injured, columnist Jonathan Mulholland writes.
Running tips to get you in top form
Different limb lengths, tighter muscles, stiffer joints, prior injuries all play role in determining your running style, Jonathan Mulholland writes.
When adding to food, keep it short and sweet
Using any sweetener, natural or otherwise, should be limited in a healthy diet, Jordy Kivett writes.
Working up to the amazing pull-up
Even if you can't do a single pull-up, the exercise can still be done by thinking outside the box, Ted Santaniello writes.
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