Take care of your health with the latest news on fitness & well-being, allergies and healthy lifestyle choices.
Thu, May 21, 2015 4:43 PM
These good-for-you foods have some interesting odoriferous side effects.
These instructors are inspirational, and they've changed the world in their own particular ways.
Older people are smarter, healthier and fitter than we think. We have to plan for this.
Cracking your knuckles may be related to joint health, but it's still unlikely it's a harmful activity.
An Ayurvedic prescription for wellness makes you accountable for your choices.
Author of 'The Hot Belly Diet' says 5,000-year-old holistic practices are the key to good health.
This is no ordinary race. Here's why runners around the world will be watching this prestigious event.
Actress, who recently underwent a double mastectomy, says the cancer was detected early and she's expected to make a full recovery.
Actress and lifestyle guru's $29 worth of choices for the one-week challenge labeled as unrealistic and offensive.
A colorful oath or spirited expletive can heal the body and soul. (We have the science to prove it.)
Entertainer says his new lifestyle feels 'so good' that he's no longer tempted by the junk food that previously plagued his health.
It has to do with blood flow and metabolism, and the fact that we use our fingers more than our toes.
Including a wide variety of flavors in each meal can help make them healthier.
45 competitors from 22 countries will line up on an Arctic ice floe to tackle one of the world's most difficult 26.2-mile races.
Scientists think artistic endeavors keep neurons firing and brains healthy.
According to researchers, the FDA is not acting fast enough to remove these products from stores or warn consumers about the dangers of using them.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.