Researchers reported that exercising can help people manage the stress that arises from the work-life balance.
Researchers reported that high-intensity exercise could curb junk food cravings.
A new study is reporting that exercise can lengthen the life expectancy for cancer survivors.
Sitting is bad for your heart, a new study suggests.
32-year-old Heather Kern was able to lose 125 pounds despite her heart conditions.
In a new study, researchers reported that children who are teased during PE are less likely to exercise a year alter.
Living in a crowded neighborhood may decrease your risk of diabetes and obesity, according to a new study.
Lifting weights can help lower the risk of type 2 diabetes in women, according to a new study.
Active teens are significantly less likely to suffer heart attacks in 30 or 40 years later. A new study found a strong link between a person's fitness as a teenager and their risk of heart attack in later life.
According to a new study, excessive fat intake will lead to fat buildup in the abdomen regardless of calorie intake and exercise.
Scientists have discovered the molecule behind the benefits of exercise. It's no secret that exercise can help improve health and lengthen lifespan. However, the bodily changes that help promote these benefits are less clear.
Want to keep lost weight off? Scientists are revealing key health behaviors that can help lead to successful long-term weight loss.
According to researchers, “the best preventive drug we have” is exercise. If done regularly, exercises can free from many disease that could affect us in later life.
Researchers found that for patients with herniated discs in their lumbar spine, surgery was a more effective treatment option than noninvasive therapies.
Being lazy can increase the risk of gum disease by up to 40 percent, a new study suggests.