Make 2020 your year of good health.
A computer algorithm finds you'll save thousands of dollars over your lifetime by reaching a healthy weight.
Improvements in body strength will lower the risk of falls, helping prevent broken bones—particularly for older adults.
The more pounds a woman loses, the lower her risk.
Did you know that nearly half of all cancer deaths are attributed to factors you can modify?
Cuts in pollution lead to widespread improvements in human health—including fewer cases of asthma and a lower risk of heart problems.
If you're scrolling social media or on-demand videos at bedtime, you're already doing it wrong.
The trick: You have to commit to it at least twice a week to see results, study finds.
Middle-aged men who maintain muscle mass may lower their risk of heart disease in later years.
During a trip to her Michigan cottage, a burst aneurysm lands a Dallas woman in the emergency department. Two surgeries later and she's up and running.
Every few months, tweak your workout by introducing new activities that fit the weather.
Study: A typical 50-year-old with hypertension could gain three extra years of life by aggressively treating the condition.