According to a recent study, running shoes with no cushioning—called "minimal" running shoes—that encourage runners to land on the ball of the foot rather than the heel may reduce injury risk.
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'Minimal' Running Shoes May Reduce Injuries
ScienceDaily—According to a recent study, running shoes with no cushioning—called "minimal" running shoes—that encourage runners to land on the ball of the foot rather than the heel may reduce injury risk.
NBC News—Recent studies have shown that rates of Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia have noticeably declined since 2000. However, although dementia rates have declined, that doesn't mean there are fewer people with Alzheimer's. In fact, the total number of people in the U.S. living with dementia continues to rise.
Anxiety disorders based on fear, such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and phobias, are common. Although several treatment options for these conditions are available, the success of these treatments varies. Now, a team of neuroscientists have discovered a way to "remove" fears from the brain.
Combating dry skin requires a combination approach: adding moisture to your skin, sealing it in, and avoiding things that will take away natural skin oils as well as moisture. Try these tips to feel more comfortable as cooler weather sets in.
Berkeley Wellness—To get closer to the original Thanksgiving menu, you'll have to add many more vegetables to our current staples of turkey and stuffing. Find out which items are still available in today's supermarkets and farmers' markets.
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