Health

60% of all adults in the US do no muscle-strengthening exercises and 25% don’t even like to walk, cycle or run.
Sick with a cold? Menstrual cramps? Nausea? Here are three time-tested home remedies you already have, to keep you feeling at the top of your game.
Lean and fat mass change together, making the whole process more complicated.
Peak performance strategies with nutrition, health, and life coach Brad Davidson.
You may lose muscle mass as you age, but you don’t have to lose cognitive function.
Snap! Pop! That is a common sound heard and felt within an athlete's elbow. What goes less noticed, however, are the day-to-day aches and pains. What are they and how do you treat them?
You don't have to go crazy and be in a constant state of deprivation. Just make a commitment to some smart rules and know when to break them.
Are you fit enough to appreciate success or wealth? Maybe you need to look at wealth and health as being intractably bound together.
Communicating with doctors can be frustrating and overwhelming. Here are outlined questions you should ask your physician when you have a shoulder injury, to get the best quality treatment.
As humans, we’ve crafted our environment to make life easy. While that’s helped us get where we are today, it comes at a potential price.
A third camera on your phone would be able to analyze the colors on liquid and paper-based medical tests (similar to a paper litmus test) and translate their outcomes into diagnoses.
Knee pain can be a common complaint among all athletes. Younger athletes with knee pain may actually be suffering from Osgood-Schlatter Syndrome.
By making some intelligent changes to the way we think about our training, we can keep training until a ripe, old age.
The "Oprah of Health" doesn't seem to be stoppable - she just gets to distribute her kooky health ideas to millions more people in lots of new ways.
Here are some of the most common overuse foot conditions that you might come across. And some appropriate ways to manage the dysfunction.
Here is a video of the exercises I recommend to strengthen your rotator cuff and prevent injury.
It is a risky mistake to direct every person toward competitive athletics, when what they want is general health.