Desks that have built-in treadmills may help people walk more at the office, but workers who use the equipment still don't get enough exercise to meet recommendations.
Intermittent fasting and exercise may have some surprising brain benefits, research shows.
For a country supposedly obsessed with dieting and thinness, most Americans say they're neither overweight nor trying to lose weight. Continue reading →
Some athletes are bypassing the sports drink aisle in favor of breast milk, saying it's a natural source of energy.
The glorification of models is especially troubling for women, as they see thinness being associated with beauty, leading to eating disorders. But just how long does it take to affect someone? Laci answers this tough question.
The nation's first coed naked yoga studio opens its doors to both sexes in New York. Continue reading →
Examine nutrition labels and you'll find that some of the enticingly packaged chemicals that pass as food are almost 100 percent empty calories.
Kids aren't as fit as their parents were at their age, new research finds. Continue reading →