Fitness

People in states where trans fats were restricted had significantly fewer hospitalizations for heart disease.
With growing evidence of the effects of early brain trauma, letting your kid play tackle football deserves a closer look.
Soreness can mean you had a good workout, but too much of it can stop you from having another one anytime soon.
Why is it that some people prefer salty snacks to sweet, or they can't get enough spicy or sour foods?
Sherpas have genetically adapted to living in low oxygen environments and this could be good news for preventing more deaths in ICUs.
Junk food is flooding your liver, kidneys, and bloodstream with chemicals you have no way of processing.
Reading labels doesn't make you eat any less food, but it will help to improve the quality of what you eat.
Murph has become a traditional Memorial Day workout for some. Here's a primer on how to approach it to get the best results, no matter what your level of ability.
Sports hernias are an all-too-common example of the acute problems that can follow excessive chronic tension.
If you want to raise a child who does not fall victim to our society's disconnect between health and fulfillment, you will have to do things differently.
According to a new study, a vacation is good for your physical health as well as mental health. Get out of the big city and head somewhere with plenty of sunlight—a tropical paradise, beach town...
By making some intelligent changes to the way we think about our training, we can keep training until a ripe, old age.
The founder of Wolf Brigade Gym gives us his counter-cultural take on what really matters in fitness.
It can make older brains work as efficiently as a younger adult's brain. Plus, a shot 30 minutes before your workout has some benefits.
Take some time to step back and look at your life and your capability, and appreciate the beauty of how far you’ve come and the amazing things you can do.
Structuring a warm up is important for developing this purpose. We can divide that structure into five distinct stages.
German researchers used piglets to analyze the effects of zinc deficiency and found that a lack of zinc affected the piglets' heart muscles.