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At Cooper Aerobics we challenge people to Get Cooperized™ by adopting a healthy living mindset to live better both sooner and later. The Cooperized lifestyle consists of eight healthy steps, developed by Dr. Kenneth H. Cooper.
The average age of type 2 diabetes onset in youth is just 13 years of age. Tyler Cooper, MD, discusses how poor diet, exercise and excess screen time are contributing to the problem. He also provides six steps adults can take at home to help make a positive change, even if their child already has diabetes.
Muscle soreness is a common result of stress and working out. Follow these recommendations to relieve pain and loosen your muscles.
Everyone experiences periods of stress throughout their lives. While some stressors can help motivate you, uncontrolled stress can make you physically unhealthy. Trainers Alicia Parker and James Silvester explain how getting up and getting moving can do wonders for your worry.
Foam rolling, a type of myofascial release, can be a valuable part of any exercise warm-up or cool-down routine. Cooper Fitness Center Professional Fitness Trainer Angela Horner showcases how to properly use a foam roller.
Do you ever wonder what registered dietitian nutritionists do to enjoy holiday goodies without undermining their health goals? Cooper Clinic’s Nutrition Services team provides tips and tricks so you, too, can enjoy while staying healthy this holiday season.
Typical seafood bisque contains approximately 500 calories and 40 grams of fat. Try this lighter version instead, coming in at 195 calories/serving.
Statins are a family of prescription drugs used to help lower LDL (bad) cholesterol. Approximately 28 percent of American men and women over age 40 take a statin, but many discontinue use after experiencing some sort of statin side effect. Nina Radford, MD, discusses whether supplements can help alleviate the problem.
Once you're in Platinum, you realize all other alternatives are inferior.