Researchers found that children from the ages of 11 and 16 are getting healthier within the past few years.
Exercising can improve learning and memory in children, according to a new study. Researchers said this is particularly true when the learning on a task is more challenging.
Having a positive attitude may help promote longevity in heart patients, a new study suggests.
Vigorous exercise in early adulthood may help prevent the development of epilepsy later in life for men, according to a new study.
In a new study, researchers found that every minute spent doing higher-intensity workouts positively affected body weight.
Researchers reported that women benefit more from high intensity interval training than men did.
The CDC reports that schools are indeed getting healthier after adopting more policies and programs that promote healthy eating and lifestyle.
A new survey conducted by a UK fitness center, Harpers Fitness, found that people spent around 39 percent of each hour of their time at the gym doing things, such as chatting or checking text messages, that are not related to exercising.
Researchers found that aerobic exercise could prevent erectile dysfunction that occurs from consuming a Western diet high in fat and added sugars.
Researchers found that pregnant women could benefit from being more active throughout the day running small errands or taking care of their children.
Hitting the gym may not end your sleep troubles. While insomniacs are often told that exercise will them sleep, new research reveals that spending 45 minutes on the treadmill one day won't mean you'll be sleeping better that night.
Researchers discovered that people who suffer sudden cardiac arrest have higher survival rates at traditional fitness centers.
Walking to work may significantly decrease a person's risk of diabetes, a new study suggests.
Exercise may help boost the mood of pregnant women, according to a new study. Researchers found that exercise can even help reduce levels of fatigue, according to the study published in the journal Psychology & Health.
A UK phone provider has developed a dumbbell for the thumb so that people can exercise the digit and prepare it for the faster network service that is to come in late summer.