All that training, regardless of the sport, my pay off in extra years, according to two recent studies.
Check out this guide of sweat-friendly must-haves to keep you motivated for staying in shape this season on our companion blog, Style.
Finally, a little good news concerning the nation’s rising obesity rates: rates among children in some cities and states are starting to drop.
CPR’s mouth-to-mouth resuscitation and chest compressions have saved countless lives, but the chest pumps alone may be just as effective during medical emergencies.
When it comes to foods that lower cancer risk, color may count.
Your breath may hold clues to a lot more than what you ate for lunch.
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) helps alcoholics to become sober, but the program may affect men and women differently.
What you should know about sun damage to your eyes.
Lighting up and drinking go hand in hand on a night of revelry, but smoking can make hangovers worse.
Despite innovative techniques to keep premature babies healthy, death rates and lingering health problems among extremely preterm babies remained unchanged for decades.
Is our drinking water making us sick?
Researchers say they have a formula for divining which newborns are at highest risk of becoming obese during childhood.