Over a 10-year period, home trampolines spurred 1 million emergency room visits and $1 billion for ER-related expenses.
A controversial body of research suggests that exercise won’t protect your heart if you don’t also eat well and for some people, take drugs.
Examine nutrition labels and you'll find that some of the enticingly packaged chemicals that pass as food are almost 100 percent empty calories.
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.
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