Walking is good for you, but it won't make you lose much weight. A few weeks ago, I wrote about Tips for Staying With Exercise.
The short answer is maybe, it can help, but weight gain and loss depend on how many calories you consume and how many you burn.
These are the top five mistakes, the myths about high blood pressure.
Myth No. 1: It's No Big Deal. The problem with high blood pressure initially is there are no symptoms. You don't feel bad, so how could anything be wrong?
The truth is, when your blood flow begins to push too hard against your blood vessels, it leads to damage of your heart, kidneys, and other organs in your body. High blood pressure is a very big deal indeed.
Treating pain: Balancing health risks with suffering Athletes suffering from chronic back pain or recovering from surgery often take ibuprofen to help them perform, but some experts think this might be a poor strategy, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Lynn Shares her life and lessons with you here.