While researchers are still not sure whether beer is good for your heart and brain health, there's more conclusive evidence around weight and kidney health. We're not surprised that beer's your drink of choice — it's the most popular alcoholic beverage in the United States, making up over 55 percent of all alcohol imbibed, per…
Whether it's your morning cup of joe, afternoon Diet Coke or pre-gym energy drink, many of us look to caffeinated beverages for a little extra boost. Indeed, according to a January 2014 study published in Food and Chemical Toxicology, a whopping 85 percent of Americans down at least one caffeinated drink per day.
When it comes to building a strong back, the inverted row is arguably one of the best exercises you can do. This dynamic back building exercise holds a ton of benefits for both beginners and experienced lifters. Here are the benefits of the Inverted or Body Weight Row
Dr. Josh Funk established Rehab 2 Perform in Maryland in 2014. Within two years, the company already had 14 employees and has now grown to four locations. In 2020, Rehab 2 Perform landed on both the Inc. Magazine Best Places to Work List and the Inc. 5000 List for the fastest-growing companies in the nation!
The data is out there that proves physical therapy is the cheapest and most effective treatment for most people's low back pain. It's clear that people with back pain should start treatment with their physical therapist, but most don't. TRICARE's pilot program that waives copays for up to three PT visits aims to change that….
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