Spending time in natural spaces—sitting, walking, thinking—goes a long way in improving mood, focus and underlying health.
Some who take medication for high cholesterol or blood pressure might stop exercising or gain weight in later years.
Many adults have not engaged in any form of exercise in the past month or more.
A computer algorithm finds you'll save thousands of dollars over your lifetime by reaching a healthy weight.
The trick: You have to commit to it at least twice a week to see results, study finds.
Millions of Americans are unable to do so and therefore less likely to seek help when trouble arises.
Study: A typical 50-year-old with hypertension could gain three extra years of life by aggressively treating the condition.
An active lifestyle is a surefire way to help maintain a clear, healthy mind well into your later years.
The top number typically gets all the attention. A new study suggests it's time to give the bottom number its proper due.
Young adults stand to benefit greatly in later years if they act now to combat high blood pressure and unhealthy cholesterol levels.
Diabetes and other diseases can put expectant moms at higher risk of complications such as pre-term labor and potentially fatal preeclampsia.
Food researchers suggest eating a range of fiber-rich foods to help you lower cholesterol, regulate blood sugar and stay regular.
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