Researchers identified five biomarkers that might be able to help researchers screen people for Parkinson's disease before symptoms develop.
Researchers found that pregnant women could benefit from being more active throughout the day running small errands or taking care of their children.
The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation published several reports today announcing that physical activity rates in the U.S has increased.
Researchers report that in 2010, there were over 1,500 cellphone related injuries, a rate that has more than doubled within the past few years.
Researchers found that for seniors over 60, walking for 15 minutes after every meal could help regulate blood sugar levels and prevent type II diabetes.
Walking or cycling to work is a convenient way to help you stay fit and lower your risk of developing diabetes and high blood pressure, according to a new study.
"Prancercise" was created in 1989 but has recently just started to gain popularity.
Study reports that people are more likely to pick healthier food options when they are informed of the amount of exercise they would need to do in order to burn off those calories per meal as opposed to only seeing calorie counts or nothing at all.
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.
Ted Johnson,3, had his legs amputated when he turned one and is now receiving prosthetic legs with feet for the very first time.
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.
Mr. Constantine was involved in a car accident that triggered a stroke .
Diapers are seen as a fact of life for parents of infants and toddlers in western cultures.
By the time they reach middle age, many women put on weight and it seems impossible to get rid of it. However, Brazilian researchers claim that just by making sure you walk 6,000 steps a day, you can not only lose weight, but also reduce your risk of encountering conditions associated with menopause - like diabetes and metabolic syndrome.