COVID-19 and vaccinations.
Male Breast Cancer Awareness Week is the third week of October, which is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Dr. Emil Fernando is taking part in the Real Men Wear Pink campaign to raise funding for the American Cancer Society. To read more or donate, visit https://secure.acsevents.org/site/STR/RMWP/RMWPCY21NER?px=57156522&pg=personal&fr_id=101096
It goes by many names — a circus, adventure or even a game. It’s life. How we navigate the topographic contours of the one we lead is largely influenced by the resources we have at our disposal and who we are, including our physical and mental health.
After a long and cold winter, spring is finally here, and many people are eager to get outside to exercise. Whether you’re looking to incorporate a brisk walk during your lunch break or prefer to start your day with a long-distance run, Allegheny Health Network primary care sports medicine physician Jared Ramsey, DO, shares advice on how to safely re-boot your spring workout routine.
No matter what’s going on or where it might be going on, time is often of the essence when it comes to just about anything. The clock can be one of the biggest barriers to finding consistent routines, especially when it comes to exercising on a regular basis. But it doesn’t have to be. Check out how to squeeze in a quick yet still-effective workout that can generate real results, even if only 30 minutes are up for grabs.
Caring for plants yields more than beautiful flowers and tasty produce. As they plan, dig, prune and harvest, gardeners are cultivating better physical and mental health. It’s good news that interest in gardening surged during the pandemic. That trend may continue to bloom and bear fruit.
It is common for the physical activity one engages in to take a step back during the colder months. Not getting outdoors as frequently to run, walk, bike or otherwise get moving can reduce the amount of time spent burning calories and maintaining muscle tone.