Researcher Ann McTiernan stressed the importance of exercising and maintaining a healthy weight in order to reduce breast cancer risk.
Researchers reported that women benefit more from high intensity interval training than men did.
The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation published several reports today announcing that physical activity rates in the U.S has increased.
New research on professional runners reveals that running longer distances might actually have a protective effect.
A new study reports that playing sports with a heart defibrillator might not be as dangerous as previously believed to be.
Researchers from the United Kingdom develop a new DNA test that could tell people whether or not the they have the genetic makeup to withstand high intensity and high stamina training, like long distance running.
Researchers found that heavy weight lifting might be able to control blood sugar levels.
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.
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.
Put on those running shoes and hit the road early in the morning, if not for a healthy body, then at least for a healthy brain. A new University of Queensland study suggests that physical exercise is just as important as cognitive exercise when it comes to maintaining a healthy brain, reports Medical Xpress.
That shoe you recently bought may have cost you a fortune and are perhaps the best looking pair you have ever seen. But if they do not fit you well, neither its beauty, nor its cost is going to matter. It is going to be pure pain for you, with each step you take with it. Researchers from Loyola University Medical Center are all set to conduct a first-of-its kind study of marathon runners to determine if there is link between foot injuries and ill-fitting shoes.