Fitness & Wellness


Exercise Linked to Lower Risk of 13 Types of Cancer

Exercise is tied to a reduction in cancer risk. A new study finds even a little exercise significantly cuts the risk of 13 types of the disease.


Cervicalgia: A Pain in the Neck That May Be Responsible for Your Headaches

Neck pain is a prevalent problem in the U.S. Discover the most common types of neck pain and what you can do at home to correct these problems.


8 Surprising Things Robbing You of Energy

Energy levels are impacted by so much more than just long days. Here are 7 things that can drain your energy levels, plus how to dodge the energy-sapping damage.


Berberine Benefits: Is It Really a Key Supplement for Those with Diabetes?

Research reveals berberine may alleviate high cholesterol, heart failure and other medical conditions. Here is the scoop on this healthful botanical.


The Healthiest Way to Sit at a Desk All Day

Here's the ideal set up for your every day seated workstation in order to decrease the risk of overuse and postural dysfunction.


The Official Link Between Chronic Stress and Diabetes

Research finds that stress is a problem to be taken seriously because it increases the risk of multiple health disorders, one of which is diabetes.


Bad Carbs Linked to Breast and Prostate Cancer 

A new study finds the quality of carbs people eat may make a big difference in their likelihood of developing breast or prostate cancer.


Coconut Oil vs Coconut Water vs Coconut Milk

Coconuts contain almost every essential nutrient your body needs for optimal health. Here’s three simple ways for you to reap the benefits of coconut.


Can Certain Activities Slash Alzheimer’s Risk in Half?

We hear all the time how exercise is good for the brain. Yet according to a new study, any physical activity can cut the risk of Alzheimer’s in half.


Scientists Have Found the Fountain-of-Youth Pill — So When Will it Be Ready for Humans?

Scientists working on a pill that removes retired cells from body.