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Fitness Favors Women
Women get the same health benefit as men from less exercise. They also get fitter from the same amount of exercise. Take advantage, ladies!
Mind Games Make Willpower Easier
When it comes to self-control, willpower isn't enough. You need to set yourself up to succeed.
Making Resolutions You Can Keep
Some useful tips from studies of motivation to help you pursue your goals for the New Year without becoming discouraged.
How Active Are You in 24 Hours?
Activity trackers are giving us detailed information on how active we are and aren't -- and what this means for our hearts and bodies.
A Hot New Approach to Treating Depression
When a group of people diagnosed with depression practiced Bikram or "hot" yoga, their depressive symptoms eased in just a few sessions.
The Health Perks of Walkable Neighborhoods
Some neighborhoods encourage walking, and those that do end up lowering the obesity-related cancer risk of the women who live there.
Get the Best Results from Your Exercise Efforts
Early morning exercise seems to be a good strategy for cutting your risk of obesity. It can help you burn more calories all day.
Treat Childhood Obesity Sooner Rather than Later
Kids who are overweight or obese are not likely to grow out of this condition. Parents need to take steps to get kids' weight under control.
The Bacteria Your Fitness Tracker Spreads
Like cell phones, activity trackers can carry and spread disease. Bacteria was found on over 90% of them. Here's the best way to clean them.
Got a Minute? Try Housework Interval Training
Brief spurts of vigorous activity around the house, from climbing the stairs to hauling groceries, can reduce your cancer risk.
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