Two new studies found that chronic kidney disease patients can benefit greatly from exercise.
Autism increases the risk of obesity, a new study suggests.
People consume more alcohol on days they exercise, according to a new study.
Certain exercises are more effective in helping overweight teens lose weight, according to a new study.
Fit men are less likely to experience nocturia, according to a new study.
WebMD's Health Target is a new app that aims to help people manage their fitness goals and chronic illnesses.
Fitness tracking company Fitbit has voluntary recalled and stopped sales of their popular product Fitbit Force. The wearable gadget is a wrist-borne activity tracker which was often sold out after its launch late last year.
Active teens are significantly less likely to suffer heart attacks in 30 or 40 years later. A new study found a strong link between a person's fitness as a teenager and their risk of heart attack in later life.
An increasing number of studies show that lack of exercise and sedentary behavior can lead to a variety of health problems. However, very few studies document how this behavior is patterned. For example, does most sedentary behavior occur in a few long periods of in many short periods?
Modern kids are not as fit as their parents were, according to a recent analysis. The study which was performed on millions of children around the globe proved that children were not as fast runners as their parents.
Vacuuming and doing the laundry may not be as healthy as people think, according to a new study.
Vigorous exercise in early adulthood may help prevent the development of epilepsy later in life for men, according to a new study.
Researchers reported that men are less likely to be as adventurous as their fathers.
Helping others may be the secret to long life. A new study reveals that volunteering may improve mental health and promote longevity.
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 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.