If you run, you’re at risk of dehydration; here’s what it is, how it can hurt you, and how you can prevent it

By Lindsay Park, RD, CD, CNSC

About this time every year, people throughout the U.S. contract marathon fever. It affects people old and young and even shuts down city centers for hours at a time. In some cases, a runner picks it up by simply coming into contact with the coveted finisher’s medal.

Utah Mom Completes 14 Hikes in 100 Days to Improve Her Heart Health

By Jason M Carlton

Hiking is a great way to get outdoors, stay active, and keep (or regain) a healthy and happy heart. Heather Lee, one of 15 moms competing to be more heart healthy, set a personal goal and was excited to have recently completed it. Here's her story.