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Healthy Aging
At age 92, Kenneth H. Cooper, Cooper Aerobics Founder and Chairman, is the epitome of healthy aging. Hear from him about his not-so-secret strategy for aging gracefully and living life to the fullest.

Dancing for Brain Health
Dancing can be more than just a physical workout. It's exercise for the brain! Professional Fitness Trainer Carla Sottovia, PhD, shares how dancing helps keep your mind sharp, possibly even helping ward off dementia.
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What is a Low FODMAP Diet?
A low FODMAP diet is a temporary, restrictive eating plan to identify certain sugars that may cause intestinal distress. Read how this three-step plan helps people with IBS figure out which foods are problematic and which foods reduce symptoms.

Better Supplements and Habits for Better Sleep
Insufficient sleep has been deemed an epidemic by the CDC. Routinely sleeping less than 6-7 hours a night disrupts normal brain and body function. Here's how supplements can help you get the recommended amount of sleep.
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Cooper Complete Vitamins Dr. Kenneth H. Cooper Featured in D Magazine
D Magazine showcases a glimpse behind the man who created the aerobics craze, Kenneth H. Cooper, MD, MPH. Learn how Cooper Aerobics all began. Learn more.

Treating insomnia Cooper Tracks class How Sleep and Nutrition Affect Each Other
Sleep and nutrition have a complex relationship that directly affects your health. With these tips, learn how to better optimize your diet for a better night's sleep. Read the blog.
Tomatillo and Avocado Salsa Tomatillo and Avocado Salsa
Spice things up in the kitchen with this Oaxaca, Mexico, inspired salsa. Serve with your favorite Mexican dishes, grilled meats or chips. Try the recipe.

Angela Horner dancing with class Increasing Brain Health by Dancing
Professional Fitness Trainer Angela Horner uses dance routines with Parkinson's clients to help improve their balance, gait and cognition. Add these dance moves to your workout routine to help stimulate your brain while having fun. Watch the video.

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