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Thu, Mar 05, 2015 2:54 PM
Even when states get chilly, walking activity often only dips by about 1,000 steps.
High levels of carbon dioxide, formaldehyde and dust were common in the fitness centers tested for the study.
By producing new dopamine-producing cells in the brain, researchers saw brain levels return to normal.
Actor says he lost the weight on a medically supervised liquid diet — going from 197 to 137 pounds.
31-year-old says healthy choices and not fad diets are the keys to maintaining a fit lifestyle.
It's almost impossible to know what you truly look like to others, for a number of reasons — and cameras and mirrors don't help.
With our lifespan growing about 3 months every year, it's as if we've discovered the Fountain of Youth.
The research isn't clear-cut, but for those looking for relief from hot flashes or night flashes, this is an option.
50 people of all ages and ethnicities were asked a simple question about body image. Their answers will surprise you.
The incredible systems that make us tick comprise a treasure trove of wacky facts.
Starting your morning with the right routine can make all the difference for how well your day goes. Here are some tips.
It could be sleep apnea or allergies causing that horrific sound.
Danish researchers followed 678,000 children to see how many were diagnosed with autism over a 22 year period in an effort to answer this question.
For a long time, the diagnosis has been controversial, but a new study proves it's a real problem.
After a diagnosis of terminal cancer, Michele Baldwin decided to paddle board 700 miles down the Ganges River to raise awareness. Filmmaker Frederic Lumiere chronicles her inspiring journey.
Scientists are surprised to find that the chlorovirus may be able to leap from one taxonomic kingdom to another.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.