Just 20 minutes of walking may help fight inflammation in the body, helping minimize arthritis and other diseases.
Introducing variety to an otherwise monotonous fitness regime has immense health benefits
Studies show that adults that have exercised for at least 45 minutes a week have improved physical movements.
The lack of motivation to exercise has been linked to altered dopamine levels in the basal ganglia of the brain and sedentary lifestyle.
Cancer is one of the top diseases that many people try to avoid though there is no telling how a person can lower the chances of inheriting the “Big C”. Medication could help but at the end of the day, it is all about following healthy lifestyles.
What you do in the first hour of this day decide how this day is going. Therefore cherish and make the most of the first hour of every morning!!!
The overall condition of a men's penis at a given time does not always agree with his performance in the bedroom, but in addition on how the organ performs on a day to day basis. As it could reflect on certain bad things that may go beyond the bounds of sex.
There are many forms of exercise to trim down the calories and one of the widely growing practices is cycling. But as with other sports that would require a specific equipment to use, maintenance is a key element that would require some costs.
Keeping fit is easier said than done these days though a short trip to the gym to burn of some calories could help lead one in the right direction.
Exercise has tons of health benefits and doing it as a habit at young age reduces the risk of heart attack when people get old. Exercise at young age is like saving up money for the rainy days.
People who exercise regularly are less likely to get depressed after a heart attack, says a new study.
If you want to make the best of your day, make sure you eat a healthy breakfast, says new study
Breakfast can motivate obese people to work out, a new study reported.
Middle-aged adults who are not fit are more likely to have a smaller brain volume later on in life, a new study reported.
A Swedish-led study links seasonal shifting in brown bears' gut microbes as the key to coping with metabolic demands of long winter sleep.