People who tackle diet and exercise at the same time may have more success at achieving long-lasting results, according to Stanford researchers.
Researchers report that light exercise can be as effective as massages in alleviating post work out aches and pains.
Researchers report that spending more time prepping dinner leads to less time spent in the gym for American adults.
Scientists found that there might be underlying genetic factors tied to being lazy.
Walking for just 20 minutes a day can help teens quit smoking, according to a new study.
Ever wondered what is better for your health between walking and running? A new study showed that brisk walking is as good as running for lowering blood pressure, cholesterol and diabetes risk.
Study found that if children continue to live unhealthy lifestyles, the future rates and cases of heart disease will increase dramatically.
Researchers found that children who exercised daily were better able to cope with stress.
Researchers found that depressed people do not reap the anti-inflammatory benefits from exercise and moderate drinking in comparison to people who were not depressed.
Researchers found that children who are more active lowered their risks for bone fractures later on in life.
33-year-old mother from United Kingdom was diagnosed with an exercise allergy.
Gyms throughout the U.S. are starting to offer more and more party packages for birthday or bachelorette celebrations.
A new study reports that stroke survivors who walk at least three times a week will have a better quality of life.
New report finds that only 19% of girls and 38% of boys in high school get the recommended 60 minutes of physical activity per day.
More than one-third of U.S. adults (35.7 percent) are obese today and 17 percent of children are obese. A health group warned in a report Thursday that if American's don't start eating healthier and getting more exercise, half of the nation will be obese by 2030.