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Rowing _Blog

Rowing: Mixing Tradition and Trend

Rowing is becoming a popular way to exercise in the United States, and every October, Boston welcomes some of the world’s best crew teams for the Head of the Charles Regatta. Although at first glance rowing may seem like a strictly upper body workout, it is actually one of the most efficient exercises out there. You don’t have to join a crew team or even go near the water to get the health benefits of rowing, as you can find rowing machines, also commonly known as ‘ergs,’ at most local gyms.  

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Tips For Managing Household Chores with Arthritis Pain

The change in seasons is a good time to evaluate your fall chore to do list. Though household chores are not usually fun for anyone, they can be especially difficult for those suffering from arthritis pain. Here are a few other tips from Andrew Braziel, MD, on how to better manage your joint pain and reduce arthritis symptoms while keeping a clean house and yard.

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Tennis _Blog _2016

Ease into it: Tips for starting Tennis

Feeling inspired to pick up tennis while watching the 2016 Rio Olympics or the US Open? Tennis is simple to pick up and can be a sport you can enjoy at any age. Whether you’re playing doubles, singles or hitting the ball against a wall, tennis is a great form of exercise, and can help you build endurance, speed and strength. Picking up a new sport can be intimidating in the beginning, so here are some tips to ease into it from Paul Weitzel, MD.

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Food _Blog

After Surgery: Nutrition Tips

Although a well-balanced diet is always important, after surgery, it is especially crucial you are mindful of what you eat as certain nutrients are known to be essential for healing. Additionally, patients who are well-nourished and healthy have a much lower risk of infection. NEBH surgeon Lisa Ferzoco, MD, offers some general but vital nutrition tips.

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