Get off that couch or from behind the computer desk immediately. Too much bottom time can actually shorten your lifespan.
If you are addicted to your hand sanitizer, you may be dissappointed to learn that it may be doing little to protect you from colds and flu.
A holiday party is full of temptation to those watching their waistlines, but going prepared can help keep you on track.
Here are some tips on how to stay motivated and in control of your new healthy eating and lifestyle habits.
The average American family throws out about $600 of their food every year. Here are some tips on how you can shrink that number.
Regular exercise can help improve memory, attention, and reduce symptoms of depression.
Exercise is good for reducing fat stores and reducing calories can cut some risk factors for diabetes and heart disease as much as exercise.
Moderate, not heavy, drinking may help men reduce their risk of dying from heart disease.
Disney will ban ads for junk food on its TV shows, radio stations, and websites marketed toward children.
While you’re not taking in a drop of sugar or corn syrup, diet sodas may not be so harmless to your health.
In a study on mice, researchers have found that a mother’s obesity can impact the brain health of her offspring.
While breast cancer largely affects women, men should know that they too can get the disease.