Fitness & Wellness


Walking Can Help Older Adults Live Longer

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.


Arthritis 101: 3 Tips That Can Save Your Joints

Take these steps to optimize joint health, so you can minimize the chances of developing joint problems in the first place.


8 Easy At-Home Workouts to Improve Your Joints

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.


7 Cozy Things to Look Forward to This Fall

With the warm months of summer coming to a close, it’s time to start looking forward to all the joys that autumn brings.


Curcumin as Powerful as Exercise for Cardiovascular Health

Researchers have found that the health benefits of consuming curcumin are similar to those associated with exercise.


Yoga Can Help Reverse Negative DNA Reactions

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.


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

Berberine may help alleviate high cholesterol, heart failure and other medical conditions. But where it really shines is in the ability to help balance blood sugar in a healthy, natural way. Here's the scoop on this healthful botanical.


6 Weird Ways to Eliminate Stress Immediately

Healthinista and nutritionist Charlotte Web shares the following unexpected but effective ways to relax when you feel at the breaking point.


7 Reasons Why “Rebounding” is the Ideal Full-Body Exercise

Apart from being a good weight loss method, rebounding can have a positive impact on virtually every part of your body.


Is Walking a Wonder Drug?

Research has linked walking with improved weight control, heart health and cholesterol levels, and more. But one of the most intriguing advantages associated with the activity is increased creativity.