Making sure you get enough fiber is no joke.
Maybe Santa is jolly, and a little corpulent, but research seems to indicate that big people are not happier.
Eating right may be the key to preventing impaired cognitive development.
Low-volume, high-weight resistance training is the accepted "norm" for building strength, but that may not be the case.
Research of hunger gatherers in East Africa shows that physical activity is approximately 14 times greater than average American.
After total knee replacement (TKR), the risk for hip fracture increased by 4% and the risk for vertebral fracture increased by 19% percent compared to the population without TKR
However popular they may be, it’s important to know if you’re actually spending your money on something that’s effective.
According to a new study, the time of day you eat may be a lot more important than you'd think.
Further studies into the effects of ceramides will hopefully provide a better understanding of how to prevent these fat cells from increasing diabetes risk.
For those who want to be healthy, it's wise to eliminate soda from the diet completely.
Stick to your fitness routine, even when work gets stressful -- it might save your life.
The "yo-yo effect" can be a lot more harmful for your metabolism than you'd expect.
The thought of death causes us to regain the self-esteem that protects us.
Aerobic exercise may be the key to reversing the effects of aging on androgen levels.
Insects may not sound appetizing to Westerners, but they've always been a part of traditional diets in other regions.
We get so busy that we forget to focus on our mental health.
Science says protein type matters.