Physical fitness has long been linked to better health and improved mood. But now research is suggesting its benefits actually extend to kids’ brain structure, which in turn may have an influence on their academic performance. More specifically, researchers from
First there was the 7-minute workout; then there was the 4-minute workout; now, there is the 1-minute workout. One minute? Seriously? Seriously, says science. These super-short workouts are founded upon the theory of high intensity interval training, which itself is not
We’ve researched the heaps of food-related advice that frequently come with pregnancy and found most of it specious. Now, we’re looking into activities. Because suddenly, everyone has an opinion on what you should — but mostly shouldn’t — be doing, from swimming
Swaddle Salons connect readers to experts for up-close-and-personal conversations. Think TED Talk meets tea party. Yeah. It’s everything you’re imagining and more. For our last Swaddle Salon, a bunch of you joined us to learn the latest on pre- and post-natal fitness. It was
Swaddle Salons connect readers to experts for up-close-and-personal conversations. Think TED Talk meets tea party. Yeah. It’s everything you’re imagining and more. With fitness expert and celebrity trainer Neville Wadia, our next Swaddle Salon encourages pregnant moms and new moms to get moving.
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