Runners naturally fall into slower energy-saving speeds

Via Peters

When out for a jog, people automatically settle into energy-efficient running speeds regardless of how far they’re going, scientists reported this week.  A group of biomechanists analyzed measurements from people running on treadmills as well as wearable data from thousands of recreational runners, and concluded that humans have a preferred […]

5 Fall and Winter Tips for Getting the Most Nutritious Produce

Via Peters

During the winter months, keeping warm isn’t our only health challenge. Maintaining adequate nutrition proves to be a bit more challenging, and it’s especially vital during the months when the common cold, flu, and now COVID are more transmissible. Shopping locally during the summer months is excellent for the environment, […]

Fall River health experts say COVID-19 is here to stay

Via Peters

FALL RIVER — Every time it seems like COVID-19 is ready to fade away it comes back to remind us that it’s not over. Last spring, with cases falling and vaccinations increasing Massachusetts ended the State of Emergency and things started going back to normal. But the Delta variant soon […]