Peripheral artery disease is a common problem faced by many, including avid golfers.
While playing golf has many health benefits, the activity can sometimes place strain on your joints — specifically your hips and knees, causing pain and other problems.
Cigarettes and cigars both contain similar ingredients, such as tar, tobacco and carcinogens, and when you smoke either of them, you put yourself at risk for serious health issues.
An average round of golf takes about four hours to complete. That’s four hours with little or no access to a restroom — a problem for those who urinate frequently.
Outdoor activities, such as golf, can increase your risk of exposure to deer tick bites, and those bites could result in Lyme disease. This is especially true in Connecticut, an area where there is a high risk of contracting Lyme disease.