Even as COVID-19 surges, it's wise to head outdoors for walks and recreation—but heed the precautions.
Underestimate the importance of diet, activity and family history at your own risk.
Just because the snow is falling doesn't mean you should start digging. A warm-up, the right attire and a sensible pace can keep you safe.
People with the highest levels of exhaustion may be at increased risk of developing an irregular heartbeat.
As if they're not bad enough on their own, dual use of these pernicious products could vastly up your risk of stroke.
Generations of tea-drinkers attest to the natural benefits of the world’s second-favorite drink.
Compared to folks without pets, dog owners are ahead of the pack in healthy living—more exercise, better diets and lower blood sugar levels.
A host of artificial sweeteners are linked to higher risk of heart troubles, stroke and dementia, researchers say.
There's plenty of focus on blood pressure and cholesterol, but consider evaluating the efficiency of your cardiorespiratory system.
An active lifestyle is a surefire way to help maintain a clear, healthy mind well into your later years.
Years-long study finds city dwellers in tree-shaded neighborhoods experience less psychological distress and enjoy better general health.
Researchers suspect women who have apple-shaped bodies are at increased risk of heart trouble.