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Thu, Mar 26, 2015 12:37 PM
New research shows that exercise may slow tumor growth and make the cancer more susceptible to chemotherapy drugs.
Sure, you've tried everything to lose weight — but have you put your brain to work?
Growing online fitness community aims to help 'desk jockeys, nerds and average Joes' a leg up.
Your brain is hard at work even when you look like you're just staring off into space.
Researchers find a link between what kids eat and their scores in reading, science and math.
Actor says long walks on the beach and a healthy diet have helped him get into shape for his 'dream role.'
Once offered to swooning women, these chemical compounds are now used by some athletes.
New research shows that the best way to beat the midriff bulge is to add weight training to your daily workout.
Researchers pull back the curtain and find a distinct lack of miracles.
Famed television journalist and news anchor says he's encouraged by the news and will continue cancer treatments into the New Year.
What started off as a unique coffee drink is now a full-fledged diet. Will this one help you sustainably lose weight?
Researchers find a link between the ability to balance on one leg and mini-strokes.
Prone to a midriff bulge? You have more reason than others to shed those extra pounds.
After years of health struggles, Sean Parker wants to help find a cure for food allergies.
Jason Brown, a former standout center for the St. Louis Rams, is pursuing a life of giving back with a 1,000-acre farm in North Carolina.
Contrary to popular belief, fat does not get converted to muscle. Nor does it simply disappear.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.