Health & Fitness

A healthy body is one of the essential elements of living a good life. Time tends to be a powerful factor when it comes to health. Leading an unhealthy lifestyle for a long time has the potential to damage your health. But at the same time, if you take the time to treat your body right, you have the power to strengthen it. In this section, you will find resources and tools that will guide you to improving your health and fortifying your body.

Mayo Clinic's award-winning website provides fitness information and services from the world's first and largest not-for-profit medical practice.

National Institute on Aging (NIA) is a federal agency focused on understanding the nature of  aging. It provides unbiased and useful information and tips for supporting your health.

The Department of Health and Human Services provides information on major government health initiatives and services affecting all Americans.

U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) offers accurate, science-based, and government assured information on food and medicine.

Yearning for a medical encyclopedia that covers 900 topics from A to Z? If you haven’t found an answer to your health related question, visit the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.

Harvard School of Public Health brings current, research-supported and unbiased information on diet and nutrition to health professionals and the public.

Are you health conscious and picky about what you eat? Use the USDA Recipe Finder, compiled by health and nutrition professionals.

FoodFit brings  the latest fun and relevant information like customized tools, recipes, tips and guides on good food and health that is supported by academic research.

Nutrition.org provides easy access to food and nutrition information from the federal government without commercial fills. If you don’t trust commercial sources, this is the website for you.

The President's Challenge is a program that encourages all Americans to make being active a part of their daily lives - whether you're looking for new ways to measure your progress or simply for a little extra inspiration.

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