Exercising a little more could help depressed smokers quit faster, according to a new study.
According to a new evidence review, rehabilitation programs can greatly benefit patients with advanced cancer.
The CDC released a report on physical activity levels across all states in 2014.
A new study found that being physically active can reduce the adverse side effects of sedentary behaviors.
A new report found that more than 70 percent of firemen are overweight or obese and many of them do not receive medical advice to lose weight.
Fidgeting is healthy, according to new research.
If you think of your next exercise workout as fun or well-deserved break you will eat less afterward, according to a new study. However if you think of it as a workout, you are likely to eat more dessert and snacks.
A new study reported that a lack of exercise has a greater impact on the obesity epidemic than daily caloric consumption.
A new review reported that the combination of aerobic exercise and strength training can greatly improve diabetics' blood sugar control.
A short daily stroll may help treat Parkinson's disease symptoms, according to a new study.
Exercising is good for the brain. New research reveals that being physically fit in childhood and adolescence benefits both physical and mental health.
Two new studies reported that "walkable" communities reduce risks of obesity and diabetes.
A new study found that people often underestimate how much exercise they need.
Exercising for 12 minutes can boost attention and reading comprehension in teens from low-income families, according to a new study on adolescents.
A new study found that exercise can boost the variety of gut bacteria, which can promote long-term health.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.