At age 40, Jeff VanderVeen's health troubles prompted him to take action—he kicked the habit and hit the slopes.
When you pay attention to your own health and wellness, you’re better able to support others.
Whether you're skiing the trails or shoveling snow, these simple precautions can help you stay on your feet.
Don't let the frosty temps stymie your workout goals—with the right plan, make it a winter of fitness.
Dust off your running shoes and don your jacket—a little physicality is the best way to ward off midwinter miseries.
If winter weather is causing aches and pains, try these tried-and-true suggestions for rapid relief.
Follow these simple precautions to help you avoid costly falls on slippery walkways.
A dietitian's suggestions for getting started on health goals in a new year.
Indoor fitness routines—and some outdoor, too—can help you stay in shape when the snow flies.
You need regular breaks in your workout routine so your body can heal, rebuild and grow stronger.
Many fitness activities offer tremendous benefits—but it's also important to know which ones to avoid when you're pregnant.
There’s no proven benefit to dry scooping—so don't try it, doctors say.