As the years pass, it becomes more difficult for your body to remove fat from cells.
Compared to folks without pets, dog owners are ahead of the pack in healthy living—more exercise, better diets and lower blood sugar levels.
You can't change your body's biological response to stressors, but you can change your behaviors.
Researchers have boiled it down to a simple solution: Sit less, move more.
Years-long study finds city dwellers in tree-shaded neighborhoods experience less psychological distress and enjoy better general health.
When Elvira Brico found herself sitting on a bench as her elderly mother marched on, she knew it had come time for joint replacement surgery.
Exercises that target legs and ankles will help guard against falls from age 40 and beyond.
As you become more active, you'll increase your odds of living longer—no matter what your age or health history.
Those who spend at least two hours a week outdoors often report better health and a greater sense of well-being.
Introducing a dog into your busy life could be just the ticket to less stress and better health—but only if you commit to regular walks.
When toes do their thing, you hardly notice them. When you use abuse them with ill-fitting shoes, they'll clamor for attention.
As you cue up for summer fun, it falls on you to give foot health its proper due.
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