News and Trends
Finally, a study that tells you going back to bed is beneficial.
Budget-friendly hotels are now offering extras aimed at promoting health, from vitamin-infused showers to rent-able workout gear.
Last year, the franchise was making fun of the superfood. This year, it's turning over a new leaf.
Two additional cups of coffee a day was linked to a 44 percent lower risk of developing liver cirrhosis.
And are you listening to your body to determine the cause?
Make More Happen
In wrestling, you know that success or failure rests on your shoulders alone. That's a great lesson.
A 2014 study estimates that every two hours of sitting cancels out the benefits of 20 minutes of exercise.
How do you squeeze high-intensity exercise into your busy day? Ever hear of HIIT?
Chris Kresser knows that what we put into our bodies is what determines our health.
The move ends a feud between the dating site and a leading sexual health advocacy group.
Vilifying a nutrient -- from fat, cholesterol to sugar -- doesn't necessarily lead to a more balanced, healthful diet. Instead, it often has the opposite effect, experts say.
Don't be a gym rat for three months, then follow up with four months of sloth and busy-ness. Get at least some exercise every day.
Radicals & Visionaries
The goal is to trick your body into changing the timing of your internal clock.