Month: April 2016

Teens Need More Exercise In School

On school days, young adolescents (12 to 16 years) get 55% of their physical activity on school grounds. But recent research suggests that’s not enough. As reported by the Los Angeles Times (“More exercise at school may...

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5 Tips to Stay Healthy and Active When Life Gets Busy

The following blog post was originally published on RunningRachel.com.  Click here to view it in its original form. As a busy mom, I often get asked the question, “How do you stay active while wrestling...

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12 Changes You Can Make For Heart Health

These tips and the graphic above were originally published on Jeanette’s Health Living Blog.  Click here to view it.

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PT Central Named 2016 Recipient of University of Oklahoma Health Science Center Citation for Special Contribution Award

Physical Therapy Central (PT Central) is proud to announce they were awarded the Citation for Special Contribution by the University of Oklahoma Health Science Center (OUHSC)’s College of Allied Health on April 7, 2016. The...

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Exercise Makes Our Muscles Work Better With Age

To keep our muscles healthy deep into retirement, we may need to start working out more now, according to a new study of world-class octogenarian athletes. The study found substantial differences at a cellular level...

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