Take care of your health with the latest news on fitness & well-being, allergies and healthy lifestyle choices.
Wed, Aug 20, 2014 3:00 PM
Relax and get energy with this Bringing Down the Flame yoga movement.
From young and old, beginners and elites, runners from coast-to-coast will declare their love of running today.
Two new experimental drugs are being hailed as 'exciting' and 'miraculous' for their success in treating advanced-stage melanoma.
Proving that age is just a number, two runners tackle the odds and break records at this weekend's races.
A transient ischemic attack — or mini stroke— may be shorter-lived than a full-blown stroke, but the symptoms can be just as devastating.
The herb known as the 'divine root' comes in several forms that can be used to speed recovery and improve concentration.
New study finds that your general attitude about life is linked to your brain health.
A few simple poses before and after a run can minimize injury and improve your running style.
Actor reveals the effort he made to shed over 65 pounds and get into superhero shape.
Manuel Uribe, who once weighed over 1,200 pounds, dies after being hospitalized for several cardiac arrhythmias.
Celebrity doctor's unofficial audience test promises weight loss with no change in diet or exercise, but there's not much science to back it up.
Think the benefits of playing sports is only for kids and teenagers? Think again! Sports can increase your concentration, teamwork skills and overall health.
Allergies can be unpredictable, which can explain why there are so many falsehoods about how we develop them and how we can treat them.
There's a new virus in town. Here's what you need to know about Middle East Respiratory Syndrome.
Parents providing their children with marijuana extracts have said their children have fewer seizures, but scientists are concerned about the impacts of these anecdotal accounts.
Actor says staying in superhero shape at age 45 is a lot harder than it was at age 30.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.