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.
A study on mice finds a direct link between exercise and reduced risk of congenital heart defects among babies of older moms.
Would you rather run or splash around in water to keep yourself in tip-top shape? Opinion is likely to be divided, and highly subjective, as devotees of each weigh in. Luckily, though, science has an opinion too.
On average, people living in New York state log more steps during both summer and winter than people of any other state.
Sweating it out in the sauna is good for your heart, suggests new research, which links saunas to the longer lives, at least among men.
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.
Good news for those who adhere to the slow and steady wins the race adage.
Intermittent fasting and exercise may have some surprising brain benefits, research shows.
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