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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.
February 2018 research shows certain strains of bad bacteria could play a role in the development of colon cancer. Cooper Clinic Gastroenterology Director Abram Eisenstein, MD, explains how this discovery could one day help prevent colon cancer.
Muscle soreness is a common result of stress and working out. Follow these recommendations to relieve pain and loosen your muscles.
Just because you're getting older doesn't mean you have to quit exercising. In fact, staying active as you age is something that can help keep your mind and body sharp. Cooper Fitness Center Professional Fitness Trainer Lisa Hanley discusses how you can stay strong at any age.
Incorporating motion, balance and power into your workouts can help keep you strong at any age. Cooper Fitness Center Professional Fitness Trainer Angela Horner showcases several exercises to help train your body to move stronger and more efficiently in your daily life.
About one-third of food produced for human consumption gets dumped in the trash every year. Our Cooper Clinic Nutrition Services team offers simple tips to help you reduce that number and save money
Cherries are a great source of vitamin C, fiber and magnesium. Whip up this chocolate cherry smoothie for breakfast or dessert for just 295 calories!
When it comes to eating healthy, Cooper Clinic recommends a food-first philosophy. However, dietary restrictions and hectic lifestyles can often keep us from getting the nutrients our bodies need. Cooper Clinic Nutrition Director Katherine Nashatker poses four questions to ask yourself to help determine if you’re getting enough nutrients through your diet alone and if not, what supplements might be best for you.
Once you're in Platinum, you realize all other alternatives are inferior.