Health

This year, I’m challenging myself (and you) to take the stress out of the holidays.
Through these practice I no longer stress about being perfect. Instead, I love my body for simply existing.
A recent study investigated how forming habits successfully is related to setting goals.
If you're spending a lot of time with a loved one in the hospital, you need ways to keep yourself healthy, too.
Should you drink a specific amount of water per day or can you just drink when you're thirsty?
"Eat carbs and die." Well, it might not be that dramatic, but a new study says the two may be related.
If we can make small changes, then we can reverse a downward spiral and create an upward spiral.
A review of almost 100 studies found iron supplements may be especially important for runners, but not in high doses.
By eating anti-inflammatory foods, your body will stay stronger, recover faster, and attain better results in whatever sport you pursue.
Researchers wanted to see how vitamin D levels correlated with power, speed, and cardiovascular ability in elite soccer players.
We have clues in our blood that are easy to measure. These clues can have a major impact on our performance and long-term health.
If you have a family history of diabetes, does strength training affect you differently? A new study suggests, "No."
Scientists wanted to know how different nutrients affect HDL levels. The highest performers may come as a surprise.
Anyone who lifts regularly knows the importance of hand maintenance and muscle pain relief. That's where crossFIXE can help.
Today I happily live an empowering life, sharing my MS journey with others. But it hasn't always been that way.
Our role as parents and coaches is to develop the athlete’s self-esteem not only as an athlete, but as a whole person.
Every little bite of food can alter gene expression and affect health. How can we make this work for us?