A new study reported that a mother's activity levels was positively linked to her child's activity levels.
Playing sports for more than an hour every day reduces the risk of contracting breast cancer in women of every age group and any weight. The effect equally applies to women residing in every other geographical location, according to a new study.
A new study found that exercise and occasional drinking could reduce one's risk of developing visual impairment.
Financial incentives, regardless of how large or small, can be effective in promoting healthy lifestyle habits, a new study reported.
The latest Gallup poll crowned Mississippi as America's most obese state.
According to a new study, researchers found that an average obese woman only exercised one hour per year.
Use it or lose it; that's how the saying goes. If you're happily living a couch-potato lifestyle and spending most of your days sitting, soon you might be forced to sit in a wheelchair.
In a new study, researchers reported that an exercise hormone could help predict biological age.
A new survey found that American teens report high levels of stress in comparison to adults.
Researchers have found that aerobic exercise help in preserving the structure and function of nerve cells in the retina after damage. Researchers further suggested that aerobic exercise directly affect the retinal health and vision.
Feeling tired may help people make healthier decisions, according to a new study.
Researchers reported that exercise was effective in preventing stroke, pre-diabetes and coronary heart disease.
Smokers are lazier than their non-smoking counterparts, according to Brazilian researchers.
Shivering may provide the same benefits as exercise, according to a new study.
Researchers reported that gardening could be great physical activity for children.
Most people don't look forward to going to the doctor's office, but there are things you can do to make your trip more enjoyable. One of the best ways to make your visit more enjoyable is to work on building a rapport with everyone in the office the minute you walk in the door.