Why Athletes Should Keep an Eye on Their Eyes
In sports, keeping your eyes safe may be just as important as keeping your eyes on the ball, according to a new study.
Wearables May Not Mean More Weight Loss
Are wearable technologies for monitoring and tracking physical activity and diet worth it? Maybe not, according to a new study.
What Your Workout Is Worth
Getting your workouts in may mean health care savings, according to a new study.
How to Keep Your Kids Active and Engaged This Summer
School is out and summer vacation has started. Instead of letting your children plop in front of the television for the next three months, keep them engaged and active this summer.
Which Weight Loss Rx Is Best?
Which weight loss medication is the best? There may actually be a clear answer, according to a new study.
The Key to Cancer-Free
There's no sure way to prevent cancer, but practicing a healthy lifestyle can help a lot, a new study found.
Eat Like an Athlete
Whether you’re a marathon runner or you get your exercise walking the dog, how you fuel your body is a key component of staying healthy and fit. How do the top-performing athletes do it? Read on to find out.
Pre-Workout Product Recalled
Nubreed Nutrition, Inc., has issued a voluntary recall for its pre-workout product called Undisputed.
BMI Vs. Waist Circumference for Heart Health
For predicting heart disease risk, waist circumference may be a better tool than body mass index (BMI), a new study found.
Lose Weight on Your Way to Work
Adults who cycle or walk to work may have lower body fat percentage and body mass index (BMI) in midlife, compared to adults who drive.