Sweeten your spring and early summer with a pair of recipes based on nature's natural sweetener.
A long-running CDC analysis has found veterans ages 35 to 70 suffer cardiovascular conditions at a greater rate than non-veterans.
Push-ups and dips are among the best exercises to engage these muscles.
Don't cook the goodness out of antioxidant-rich foods—they're more apt to maintain their powerful qualities when prepared gently.
What you did at age 25 won't work at 40, or 65. The biggest trick: Know when to say when at the table.
If it's a healthy heart you're after, cut out the screen time and make your morning a priority.
Science has yet to support the notion that adrenaline-pumping activities like sky diving or roller coasters will somehow trigger a heart problem.
If you've been sleep-starved all week, a weekend in bed isn't likely to restore your energy reserves. A consistent schedule can put you back on track.
Squats and other mainstays will get your backside looking great, but there are plenty of ways to vary your glutes workout.
Don't let coupons and mailers steer all your food choices at the grocery store—build a healthy diet and aim to follow it.
Researchers are quickly demystifying the genetic characteristics that factor into body shape and weight-related disease development.
Diet, exercise and environmental factors can all influence progression of age-related macular degeneration.
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