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  • Recovery Days

    By Kara Deschenes   June 26 2012

    Let’s be honest. Chasing down the surge of post-run endorphins is addicting and taking a day off can feel like cruel punishment. Did arrow

  • Bone Up!

    By Michelle Gibeault Traub, MS, RD   January 17 2012

    Keep the stress fracture fairy far, far away by giving your diet a nutrient-rich makeover. arrow

  • Disordered Eating

    By Amy Reinink   September 13 2011

    You don’t have an easily diagnosable eating disorder to be in danger. In fact, 66 percent of women in the United States will suffer from arrow

  • Dangerous Relationship

    By Amy Reinink   August 21 2011

    An estimated two-thirds of women in the United States suffer from disordered eating—a disease which spells dire consequences for female arrow

  • Never Get Injured Again!

    By Jessie Waters   March 27 2011

    Running long distances doesn’t have to come with a side of shin splints...arrow

  • Moji Knee

    By Holly Bennett   February 12 2011

    At some point or another, it’s bound to happen. The longer you’ve been a runner, the more likely you’ve experienced some type of arrow

  • Tackling the Top Running Injuries

    By Breanne George   March 9 2010

    Dr. John Gross offers straightforward advice to help treat and prevent the most common women’s running injuries. Based on your arrow

  • Run for It: The Impact of Running

    By Jeana Durst   January 31 2010

    Learn how your regular runs can add up to better health—and when a run might actually compromise your health. Ask any runner, and arrow

  • Take Control

    By Amy E. Lemen   April 7 2009

    Stress doesn’t have to wreak havoc on your life. Make it work for you. Tight deadlines, unpaid bills, angry coworkers.  In today’s arrow

  • Flip-Flops Fall Flat

    By Tiffany Connors   October 14 2008

    Another reason to pack up your flip-flops for the season? A study in the Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association tested arrow

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