Fauja Singh took up running at age 89, to deal with personal grief, and now, at 104 years old, he continues to run and walk every day.
Replacing 2 hours of sitting a day with standing may improve people's blood sugar and cholesterol levels.
When we look at our waistlines, it's a good bet we're either cursing or thanking our stars for our metabolism. But what IS it, and -- the big question -- can we really juice it up a bit?
Skeptics are questioning whether it’s humanly possible for Tour de France leader Chris Froome to have generated the power he did during a major climb in the race.
After exercising, your muscles begin to grow. How exactly does this process work?
The number-one challenge in combating obesity is the environment we live in.
Yes -- some lose weight more easily than others. You can blame (or thank) your genes.
Vigorous exercise, the kind that makes you sweat, get red in the face and breathe hard, may be better than moderate exercise when it comes to living longer, researchers said.
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