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?
A recent study suggests that cholesterol-lowering drugs known as Statins may increase ones risk of developing Type 2 diabetes by a startling 50 percent.
There are several reasons why power walking is such an efficient and important exercise. Here is how this simple fitness practice can be so beneficial.
A new study has found that your smart phone is more than sufficient for tracking fitness goals such as steps taken or calories burned.
A recent study found that, overall, being inactive is the greatest contributing factor in heart disease risk. You must exercise to keep your heart healthy.
Being physically fit while pregnant can provide numerous benefits for you and your baby. Here are 7 reasons you should still break a sweat while expecting.
Doctors in the Canindeyú region of Paraguay say the use of the toxic herbicide glyphosate caused the death of 2 children, and put 33 more in the hospital.
Exercise can help you fight depression no matter who you are. Here are 4 reasons that exercise helps to keep you not just healthy, but happy.
There are many protein powders on the market, but which type and what level of quality demands attention? Here are 5 protein powders to acknowledge.
Exercise programs that challenge the mind while mimicking daily tasks may prevent cognitive decline and improve overall brain health in older adults.
Here are 5 simple body-weight moves that can get your heart rate going and tone your muscles with minimal time, all while promoting overall health.
While muscle soreness is simply part of working out, there are ways to reduce this necessary pain. Here are 5 foods for reducing muscle pain.
Taking a brisk walk just a few times a week could be enough to increase the size of your brain and even help stave off age-related dementia.
Exercise is crucial for staving off cancer and boosting health. In fact, several studies have validated this simple truth: that exercise can prevent cancer.
A new study indicates being inactive can trigger changes in both brain chemistry and structure, helping lead to negative cardio-health outcomes.
Researchers from the UK found that taking just 2,000 extra steps could decrease the risk of heart disease by 8 percent. Walk for health!