The right sneaker can improve performance. The wrong one can lead to serious health consequences.
Your family can develop a detailed, written agreement on do's and don'ts to ensure you thrive in this topsy-turvy tech era.
Research suggests moderate, regular fitness activity—cycling outdoors, especially—could help keep your mind and body young, lowering the risk of early death.
Activity helps people no matter their age, race, gender, household income or education level.
Ultimately, any activity is beneficial to thinking skills. The key is to keep moving.
Physical activity is good for the body and the brain, but what about people with thinking and memory difficulties?
Even in bad weather, seniors get about 30 minutes of daily activity by taking care of their pet.
Researchers say cholesterol levels are markers of other things—such as poorer health.
When people stop working, they sit less, move more and get a better night's sleep.
Researchers suggest 300 minutes of weekly activities such as walking or gardening as we age.