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Dr. Phil Shares: Why The Tight Hamstrings, and What Can We Do About Them

November 21, 2016 by


Why Do our Hamstring muscles tend to tighten up  And more importantly, exactly how do you plan to loosen them up? Well, you may be able to sprint 100 meters in under 12 seconds, or stay on cadence in 22 Minute Hard Corps without missing a beat, but there’s one movement that will humble even […]

Dr. Phil Shares 5 Foods To Help Improve Your Evesight

 Vision is one of mankind’s most valued senses. Unfortunately, for many it’s susceptible to extremely degenerative conditions. In the United States alone, nearly $7 billion is spent to treat cataracts, affecting about 22 million Americans over the age of 40. Approximately 75 percent of adults require some sort of corrective lenses, according to the Vision […] Shares Small Changes That Make Big Differences:

February 22, 2014 by


Making small changes, such as walking daily, can make a big difference for better health. You might not think much of making small changes in your diet or lifestyle. These decisions are small, after all. It’s hard to imagine that anything spectacular could be expected from just eating a little less, walking a little more, […]

Dr. Phil Shares Top 10 Tips for Re-Inventing Yourself at Any Age

  September is Healthy Aging® Month – Time to Celebrate Positive Aging!   Think it’s too late to “re-invent” yourself?    Think again.  According to Carolyn Worthington, editor-in-chief of Healthy Aging® Magazine and executive director of Healthy Aging®, it’s never too late to find a new career, a new sport, passion or hobby.  Worthington is the creator […]

Top 10 Vegetarian Sources Of Protein From The Desk of Dr. Phil

One of the most common myths about the vegetarian diet is that after ditching meat it becomes nearly impossible to meet the suggested guidelines for protein intake. The USDA recommends that women get about 46 grams of protein a day and men get about 56. Some people, like athletes and pregnant or breastfeeding women, may […]

Women Risk of Stroke may be Reduced with Citric Fruits

February 25, 2012 by


Although stroke is more common in men than in women (57% men, 43% women), women should not think of it as a men’s disease. Stroke can happen to both men and women, and at any age. Here is the scary fact, women don’t know how to recognize the symptoms of stroke, as they are different […]