Every part of your body is connected. When all parts are working perfectly, the body is a well-oiled machine that helps you bend, move, run, jump, and stretch in remarkable ways. However, a problem in one part of the body can severely limit your movement and make it harder to do the things you love. Accurately diagnosing and properly treating the source of pain can be difficult because the pain you feel in one part of the body may actually be caused by an injury in another. Pain is not always localized, and it’s important to not only understand where you hurt but why you hurt. Your knees are one of the most important junctions in the body. Because they’re connected to so many other injury-prone areas, pain in the knee can often be caused by an injury somewhere else entirely. Below we take a look at the areas most associated with knee pain and how to address pain when it arises.

Everyone knows that sleep is an essential part of day-to-day life. Missing only a few hours of sleep on any given night can cause anger, tiredness, and irritability. But missing hours of sleep over the course of many nights can cause even more serious symptoms. If you’re looking to improve your health, ensuring that you get enough sleep each night is a great place to start.

It seems like every week there’s a new fad diet that everyone is following, but one seems to have stuck around longer than others− the paleo diet. Also known as the ‘caveman’ diet, the paleo diet attempts to get you to eat the way humans did 150,000 years ago. As with any fad diet, there are supporters and deniers. What’s the consensus on the paleo diet? Is it just another fad, or is it, in fact, helping you get healthier?