Do you hate working out? Do you find it dull, repetitive and just another chore to tick off your to-do list? Staying fit is difficult enough, but even more so if you don’t enjoy exercise! Check out these five workouts you should try to help keep you motivated. Boxing: Boxing may sound intimidating, but you can find some boxing classes that don’t involve...

Unfortunately, all women face the risk of developing heart disease. It is the leading cause of death in both men and women, and one in four deaths are caused by heart disease (via CDC). Age and hereditary cannot be changed. However, there are definitely some major preventable factors that foster this fatal disease. SheKnows collected seven of these top risk factors...

  If you’re suffering from back pain, you may be avoiding moving as much as possible! But… what if moving will help you? Huffington Post has found the best stretches and exercises to help get rid of your back issues! Stretch the Hamstrings: Bend forward at the waist, keeping the legs as straight as possible, and try to touch your toes. You can also try...

Cold season typically starts in August, with cold incidence rising until it peaks in February — so folks, your chance of catching the sniffles only goes up from here. Take precautions and follow these 16 simple steps to help reduce your risk and keep you functioning at your best. Wash your hands. Ok, so it’s an obvious one, but it’s also a crucial one. You should...

  Looking for flatter abs but don’t have a whole lot of extra time? Look no further! This workout literally takes one minute. You should do each move for thirty seconds each. Do that two times a day — whenever you have time — and increase up to three times a day. As you get better at the moves, you should add on time increments until you can work up to...

  The common cold has no cure, but there are plenty of ways to shorten its lifespan and lessen your symptoms. Plus, living a healthy life can reduce your chances of getting sick. Reader’s Digest sorted through popular home remedies and found what works and what doesn’t. Meditation: Does it work? Adults who meditated for eight weeks had about one third...

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  DHEA is a hormone produced by your body’s adrenal glands, which can be found above your kidneys. It works as a precursor to male and female sex hormones like testosterone and estrogen. Precursors are substances that are converted by the body into a hormone. After your mid-20s, DHEA production slowly declines along with testosterone and estrogen production....

  Are you starting to wonder when you’ll go through menopause? Do you think you could already be going through it, but aren’t sure? Check out the signs and symptoms of menopause so you know what to expect and how to make sure you’re staying healthy. Menopause is a time in a woman’s life when her body naturally stops having menstrual periods as a result...

  It’s never too late to get that killer butt you’ve been dreaming about! The final months of the year may be upon us, but you can still follow these steps for a tight booty by 2015. Do this routine three times per week with rest days in between. On the days you’re working out, do the routine three to four times depending on your fitness level, with...

As a mom, going on a long run without a cell phone means 8 missed calls from the kids asking where you’ve put something and another from your hubby telling you he’s forgotten something at the grocery. When you go to the gym or out for a run, nothing is more annoying than lugging around your keys or cell phone. And lets face it: your sports bra is holding enough...