An hour after downing energy drinks high in caffeine and taurine, healthy adults experienced increased heart contraction rates, a new study said. Continue reading →
It's no substitute for actual exercise, but it turns out things like heart rate, respiration, and sweat release can increase watching others exercise.
A Christian high school athlete refuses to compete wearing the number 666, and it's probably for the best. Continue reading →
Sex burns an average of 4.2 calories per minute for men and 3.1 calories a minute for women, research finds.
Regular exercise may lower the risk that a person's sense of smell will fade, which tends to happen as people age.
Raw personal data is now being used to fine-tune health, make decisions and improve romantic relationships.
Boys ages 6-9 need over 80 minutes of exercise a day to reduce risk of cardiovascular disease, a new study suggests. Continue reading →
Attacks on a new obesity study say more about sensationalist journalism and knee-jerk reactions than the study itself. ->
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