According to a new study, yoga causes musculoskeletal pain in 10% of people and exacerbates 21% of existing injuries.
The latest research says that yoga can reduce the risks of rheumatoid arthritis.
A new study published in the International Journal of Radiation Oncology, Biology and Physics indicates that yoga helps treat side effects for cancer. Patients with prostate cancer may have fewer side effects from radiation therapy when yoga is done twice a week.
Deep breathing and the calming effects of meditation may be directly linked to neurons affecting our emotions.
Doing yoga not only helps people get physically fit but also reduces symptoms of depression.
Drug-free options are much recommended due to the nation's opioid epidemic. Non-drug therapy treatments are less costly and safe.
Yoga can be considered an aerobic exercise if done rapidly. Aerobic exercise is linked to improved health and prolonged life spans.
Do late transition and postmenopausal women who suffer from hot flashes sleep better when doing yoga or aerobic exercise?
Yoga enthusiasts are taking a trip to Lainey Morse’s farm in Albany, Oregon to experience goat yoga.
Summary: Miley Cyrus has vowed never to skip ashtanga yoga 10 days straight again.
Goat Yoga is the new in thing in the yoga world. Bring your mat with you, the goats will be provided.
America’s queen of talk Oprah Winfrey shared some candid perspectives on her 26 pound-and-counting weight loss journey in an hour-long exclusive phone interview with her fellow Weight Watchers.
Yoga not only improves physical and mental well-being in patients with multiple sclerosis but also enhances the overall quality of their life, according to a new study.
People suffering from anxiety can greatly improve their condition by following these five simple steps.
Yoga is widely considered to be a method for improving physical and mental well-being. It is also often suggested to asthma sufferers to help alleviate symptoms. However, a new study has found little evidence that it will be helpful to asthma patients.
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.