New research has revealed that concussions and even lesser head impacts may speed up the brain's natural aging process.
According to a latest research, energy drinks that claim to boost up energy are nothing more than a waste of money could also be harmful.
According to a latest study, Britain tops the list of the laziest people in the Europe.
There has been a high rise on the number of track-related injuries among kids in U.S. since 1990s.
Saudi Arabia will be sending two female athletes to the summer Olympic games set to start later this month.
A new report has been released that says that the concussion rate in three college football programs has doubled in recent years.
Stressed-out Americans with little or no education are said to have less "quality time" to enjoy themselves, a new London study claims.
A new study finds women prefer the Olympic Games over sports with long seasons.
It is an old wisdom that a massage immediately after a muscle injury, helps it heal faster.
While South African athlete Oscar Pistorius attempts to become the first amputee runner to compete at the Olympic Games, scientists are still arguing whether his artificial limbs give him a critical advantage or not.
Active teens are more likely to report better both physical and mental health than teens with sedentary lifestyle.
Philadelphia, PA, June 19, 2012 - The food and beverages available to youth when they participate in organized sports can often be unhealthy, according to a new study released in the July/August 2012 issue of the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior.
Children born with one kidney are often advised by doctors not to play sports, since there is a fear that if they sustain an injury to the organ, they might need a lifelong dialysis. However, those beliefs can be left behind, since the result of the analysis of a large database of sports-related injuries among varsity-level high school athletes, showed that only 18 cases involved kidney injury. Or in other words, there was 1 kidney injury per one million times an athlete hits the playing field....
Current clinical guidance recommends physical activity to alleviate the symptoms of depression. However, new research published in the BMJ, suggests that adding a physical activity intervention to usual care did not reduce symptoms of depression more than usual care alone, even though it increased levels of physical activity.
Family nagging is good for your health, especially if you are above 30, according to a new study.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.