A new study reports that playing sports with a heart defibrillator might not be as dangerous as previously believed to be.
A new study concluded that using sugar injections as treatment for knee arthritis could be effective in lowering pain and stiffness.
Researchers report that weight loss via dieting or exercise could help ease the symptoms of chronic heartburn.
Aqua Studio is New York City's first underwater cycling fitness center.
Researchers report that men who are physically fit from their 40s to 60s have a lower chance of developing cancer later on in life.
Having a pet could lower a person's risk of heart disease, according to heart experts.
Working out is not just good for your waistline.
Exercise, which has been proven to reduce bone loss, might also fight cancer, according to a new study.
Not only can exercise improve physical and mental health, it can also help decrease violent behavior among adolescent girls, a new study revealed.
A new study reports that even a little bit of added exercise can decrease a woman's risk of kidney stones.
It seems that we are in the midst of a physical activity crisis as well.
Anyone who practices yoga knows that it is good for you – and may even constantly tell their friends so.
Researchers suggest that people who are forced to exercise might still reap the benefits of exercise in protecting the brain from stress-related disorders.
Study reports that people are more likely to pick healthier food options when they are informed of the amount of exercise they would need to do in order to burn off those calories per meal as opposed to only seeing calorie counts or nothing at all.
A panel of researchers compiled by the American Heart Association concluded that non drug therapy options, such as exercise and acupuncture, for treating hypertension have small degrees of effectiveness.