In a recent study, walking up and down stairs at a low-intensity pace did more to make participants temporarily more alert than caffeine did.
Research suggests that exercise can reduce your risk of cardiovascular death (heart disease or stroke) by 28%. Time to swim, do aerobics, and play racquetball!
Fall is a great time of year to hit the hiking trails. Be well prepared so that you can stay safe while enjoying all the beauty that the season has to offer
A new study links exercise with a lower risk of dying early from alcohol-related cancer and other health problems. Cool, right?
The Finnish government has recently introduced physical fitness guidelines, stating that children need at least 3 hours of exercise per day.
Some experts purport that muscle confusion, an exercise technique used to stimulate muscle growth, does not actually work.
A new study shows how physical activity – especially walking – can help older adults recover from disability and regain their independence.
If you spend a lot of time sitting, exercise a couple of days a week won’t cut it. To protect your heart, you need to sit less and more more every day.
When Pasquale “Pat” Rocco found out he was on the edge of death, he lost over 300 pounds. He saved his own life and became a role model for his son.
A new report shows that many children lack ideal cardiovascular health, due to poor diet and a lack of physical activity, leading to health problems later.
Exercise has long been associated with good brain health, but a new study shows that working out shortly after studying may help you retain memories.
A new study of more than 1 million people shows that physical exercise cuts your risk of 13 types of cancer. Time to get moving!
Being overweight is not as deadly now as it was in the 1970s, says a recent study, but that doesn’t mean you should ignore excess weight.
Researchers say that the same euphoric feeling that comes with smoking marijuana can be achieved through running and other forms of aerobic exercise.
Some research shows that runners are 30 percent and 45 percent less likely to die of any cause and from heart disease, respectively, than the non-runners.
Over the past several decades, children have developed dairy allergies at an ever-increasing rate. What is so different about today’s dairy products?
An epidemic of metabolic syndrome is sweeping the nation, where a third of the population is experiencing high blood pressure, poor heart health, and more. But why?