Latest Stories in "Health & Fitness"

Strategies for Attracting More 50+ Clients to Your Gym

If you are a gym owner and aren’t actively trying to add clients who are over 50, you are missing a tremendous opportunity to grow your business and add value.. Let me explain. People over 50: Represent a large demographic. One in three adults are 50+, and this group is growing rapidly. By 2030 there […]

Never Too Late for Fitness Radio Helps People Over Fifty Get Fit and Stay Fit

Phil Faris is the host of Never Too Late for Fitness Radio and the author of the Best-Selling Book, “Never Too Late! 21 Strategies to Reclaim Your Fitness After 50” and numerous articles on fitness, anti-aging, and nutrition. He also publishes Your Weekly Fitness Newsletter that helps people of all ages get fit and stay […]

Entrepreneur Catherine Foley Targets Home Fragrance Marketplace

Many of the most creative and successful business ideas come out of some kind of personal dilemma that someone attempts to solve for themselves and finds no viable solution. Then they either find a solution or invent one themselves and start spreading the word to people they know. Many times their desire to see people […]

WearTech Therapeutics CEO Jim Johnson Develops First Conductive Tights

A seasoned professional in the medical device industry, innovative visionary and problem-solver James P. Johnson founded WearTech Therapeutics, Inc. to provide wearable, electrotherapy technology for the athletic market. Born from a USAF grant, his new WearTech Tights(tm) are the first conductive tights in the world. They uniquely provide an “Athlete’s Edge” in sport injury recovery […]

Lilly Ruan’s Miyako Rocks Asian Fusion Cuisine in North Carolina

Lilly Ruan is not your typical restaurateur. A North Carolina State University graduate in biology, she held a vision about her future restaurant.  Her dream was to provide an uptick in Asian cuisine that was unique to the Carolinas and more likely to be found in big cities like San Francisco or New York.   Inspired […]

Helping Teens with OCD – 3 Step Road Map to Success

OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) is a brain based disorder, in which that the brains of people with OCD are actually wired differently. Understanding this helps to dispel misconceptions about what OCD is and how to help teens manage it. One in every 200 teens has OCD, so it is important to become educated about OCD […]

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