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Aging Gracefully––Cooper Clinic

Living Well Magazine
April 20, 2013

Dr. Laura DeFina contributed this article that identified four aging principles to help live a long, healthy life.


How to be a healthy woman: Workouts for any age

The Dallas Morning News
April 2, 2013

Dr. Riva Rahl shared how women can stay fit and engaged with their workouts over the ages.


Why women must tackle belly fat, now — it’s a medical problem that hits hard after menopause

The Dallas Morning News
April 2, 2013

The Female Focus was featured on the front page of the Healthy Living Section, highlighting two participants as well as Cooper experts Colette Cole and Meridan Zerner.


Hometown Hero: Family fitness night

Fox 4 News
March 3, 2013

Cooper Fitness Center professional fitness trainer April Swales is recognized as one of Clarice Tinsley's Hometown Heroes.


Cooper Aerobics exec touts happy pills for workers

The Dallas Morning News
February 19, 2013

Todd Whitthorne discussed how taking a multivitamin and omega-3s can improve health in the workforce.


How to work out after sickness, surgery or injury

The Dallas Morning News
February 18, 2013

Cooper Fitness Center member Megan O’Laughlin attended her first group exercise class after recovering from a broken elbow in December.


Fitness May Lower Dementia Risk

The New York Times
February 10, 2013

The Cooper Institute released a new study published this month in Annals of Internal Medicine on how higher midlife fitness can impact brain health in later life.


News Analysis: A Report On Energy Drinks

Livestrong.com
February 7, 2013

Meridan Zerner addressed the importance of consumers educating themselves on the difference between sports drinks and energy drinks.


Fixes for an Empty Stomach

Fox 4 News
February 5, 2013

Meridan Zerner offered health advice on how to snack sensibly and fill up on fiber.


Exercise Prevents Dementia Study Shows Link Between Fitness And Cognitive Abilities

The Huffington Post
February 4, 2013

The Cooper Institute released a new study published this month in Annals of Internal Medicine on how higher midlife fitness can impact brain health in later life.


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