Study: Regular Exercising During Middle Age Years Leads To Big Health Care Savings After RetirementNewcastle University researchers found people who start to exercise before or during middle age typically save from $800 to $1,000 annually on health care costs after retirement.
American Academy Of Pediatrics Recommends Pediatricians Screen Kids For Physical ActivityRegular physical activity promotes good physical and mental health, but only about a quarter of American kids get the recommended amount.
Exercising Before Breakfast Burns More Fat, Study SaysShould you eat before or after exercise in the morning? The debate has raged for years.
Study Suggests Mouthwash After Exercise May Counter A Workout's Blood-Pressure-Lowering BenefitsDon't rush out and change your habits just yet.
Scientists Develop Fabric That Could Help Neutralize SweatScientists are developing modified cotton that emits a lemony-citronella scent when it comes into contact with sweat.
Study Suggests Exercise Helps Prevent Alzheimer'sA new study shows that being more physically active may help protect seniors from Alzheimer’s disease.
Hour Of Brisk Walking Weekly Could Prevent Disability In Arthritis SufferersA new study says older adults with arthritis can help reduce maintain their daily function by doing short bursts of physical activity every day.
Go Ahead, Exercise At Night, Researchers SayAustralian researchers say you may want to consider a 30-minute intense evening workout instead because working out before bed does not disrupt sleep and may even suppress appetite.
Replacing Sitting With 30 Minutes Of Any Activity Could Prolong LifeThis study shows that just a few minutes out of your seat could prolong your life.
Drum Sticks Help Pound Away Holiday Weight Gain In New Fitness ClassIf you are tired of the same old exercise routine, you may want to try Pound classes.
Exercising In The Evening May Better Help To Lower Blood PressureWhat time of day you work out may have an impact on your health.
Federal Government Issues New Guidelines For Physical Activity For Kids Ages 3-5The federal government is issuing guidelines for physical activity for Americans as young as 3 to 5 years old.
Move More, Sit Less: Government Issues New Exercise GuidelinesIf you're sitting down while reading this, stand up.
Study: Not Exercising Worse For Your Health Than Smoking, Diabetes & Heart DiseaseNot exercising may be more unhealthy than you think.
Researchers Say Our Brains May Be To Blame For Not Wanting To ExerciseThe “exercise paradox” is knowing the benefits of exercise, heart health, mental health, weight management but preferring to sit on the couch instead.