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- 1) Keep Moving You may continue to run if slowing down allows you to log miles without pain and with proper form, says Lewis Maharam, M.D., a sports-medicine doctor in New York City. “Running while recovering from muscle strains or tears brings bloodflow to the area and helps the muscle heal properly. However, don’t run if an injury changes your gait, or if you have a stress reaction or fracture. In those cases, keep up a routine with... [read more]
- Breathing problems and side stitches are a common complaint among many runners, especially new runners. If you are having problems breathing, it’s always wise to consult with your health care professional first to rule out any medical issues. Asthma or exercise-induced asthma and allergies are very common, so when you feel you can’t catch your breath, if you cannot inhale or exhale productively, if you experience any wheezing, or other symptoms that are uncomfortable or concern you, please check... [read more]