As a health and exercise professional who works with older adults, you may encounter clients who suffer from dementia or Alzheimer’s disease. Learn why participating in an exercise program may improve your client’s quality of life by helping to slow the progress of the disease and improve memory, reasoning, and thinking skills as well as ease depression and anxiety.Read More
As a health coach, you are well equipped to support patients and their healthcare providers with the management of a variety of chronic conditions, especially when lifestyle modification is part of the treatment plan. In this article, learn useful tips and strategies for coaching people with specific health conditions.Read More
The Osteoarthritis Action Alliance's Physical Activity Implementation Guide outlines strategies to help people and organizations that work in six key sectors to improve access to physical activity programs and resources for adults with OA.Read More
Learn about the new blood pressure guidelines and the impacts that they have had. Last year was the first time they were updated since 2003.Read More
Diabetes has become increasingly common in the United States, which means that, as a health and fitness professional, you likely work with clients who have type 2 diabetes. To kick off Diabetes Awareness Month, here are six important factors to consider when working with clients with type 2 diabetes.Read More
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