Fitness & Wellness
You’ve just finished a good workout and figure it’s time for some food, but, on closer inspection, you realize that you’re not actually hungry. Familiar with this phenomenon?
Research at Duke University School of Medicine found that at least twenty minutes of exercise per day could reduce the risk of premature death.
With New Year’s Resolutions behind us as we head into spring, many people are beginning to lose that motivation to go to the gym or work out on their own. So how do you get the workout bug back?
A breakthrough study has revealed that daily consumption of dark chocolate can improve fitness training and routine workouts.
A new study adds to the evidence that walking has a longevity benefit. It suggests older adults who walk regularly have a greater likelihood of living longer.
Take these steps to optimize joint health, so you can minimize the chances of developing joint problems in the first place.
Here are a few easy, at-home exercises to incorporate into your regimen that can help you maintain proper motion and flexibility of your joints.
With the warm months of summer coming to a close, it’s time to start looking forward to all the joys that autumn brings.
Researchers have found that the health benefits of consuming curcumin are similar to those associated with exercise.
A new study has found that yoga, Tai Chi and other Eastern disciplines don’t simply just relax us, they can also help reverse the expression of genes involved in stress-induced inflammatory reactions.