With New Year’s just around the corner, you’re ready to be fitter, trimmer, and healthier. These great books from Simon & Schuster will help you kick off 2014 the right way—and stick to your health resolutions this year.
You’ve probably heard the expression “The rich are different”, but they might not be as different as you think.
At the WBZ Water Cooler: It’s jogging or ‘yogging’ as “Anchorman” Ron Burgundy once described it.
“What it essentially means is that someone is obsessed with eating only healthy food that they consider to be pure.”
A growing number of people are eliminating entire food groups, seeing only negative qualities in things like dairy, eggs, meats, grains, and fats.
A weight difference between partners is increasingly becoming a source of conflict.
Lance Armstrong is trying to rehabilitate his crumbling public image. But his legacy of goodwill is doing some of that work for him.
You probably know that regular, moderate exercise can result in many health benefits. But you may be surprised to learn that prolonged, intensive endurance exercise on an Olympian scale can actually damage your heart.
Most New Year’s resolutions center around two things, health and wealth!
Renowned biochemist, Dr. Barbara Corkey of the Boston University School of Medicine, is trying to get to the bottom of what makes people put on weight.