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Tim Ludwig

Tim Ludwig

It makes unfortunate sense that many of the nation’s most vulnerable populations also have the highest risks of contracting COVID-19. Nursing home residents and minority communities are among those groups for which medical experts are most concerned. But considering that the 2.3 million people incarcerated nationwide are nearly five times

Just because you can’t or don’t want to participate in high impact forms of exercise, that doesn’t mean you can’t still get your blood pumping. Low impact exercises can still help you move towards your goals of increasing strength and endurance as well as improving your overall fitness. Below are

If you’re someone who loves the outdoors, you’ve come to the right place. Spending time outdoors can be great for your health. Not only are you outside and being physically active, but it’s also beneficial for your mental health since you’re changing up your regular routine. However, there are some

We all know how important regular exercise is to our health. In fact, 36% of all regular exercisers participate in a fitness class of some kind. But although many gyms have reopened, concerns about COVID-19 transmission have kept many people at home. Getting out into nature can be a great way to

By now, we all know that the threat of the novel coronavirus has disrupted many of our normal summertime activities. But while staying home as much as possible can slow the spread of COVID-19, there are plenty of safe ways to spend time outdoors. That said, the term “safe” is

The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in many changes this year, both good and bad. Greenhouse gases have been on the decline since 3,400-pound roadsters and cars have stayed in their garage. There was also the sensational story about Venitian dolphins returning to the river. However, as many as 145,000 Americans

Few things are as enjoyable as a nice walk around the block, a hike through the woods, or simply camping around a fire pit with some friends and family. In fact, spending time outdoors can lead to a much healthier lifestyle all around, both physically and mentally. Engaging in just

Undoubtedly, the coronavirus pandemic has significantly changed how we work, learn, and socialize. Not only are many parents now furloughed or trying to work from home, but their children have been unable to go to school or take advantage of childcare programs for the past few months. And even as

There’s no doubt that the coronavirus pandemic has been immensely stressful for virtually everyone. From job loss to healthcare concerns, there’s really no escaping the effects of COVID-19 — particularly because we’re forced to hole up in our homes in order to flatten the curve. Although the U.S. holds over
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It may be hard to get your kids to go outside. Spring and summer may be warm, but kids love tablets and cell phones now. However, getting your kids out in the sunshine and fresh air of the backyard can help with feelings of depression, loneliness, and anxiety, especially during