Follow these simple precautions to help you avoid costly falls on slippery walkways.
Dust off your running shoes and don your jacket—a little physicality is the best way to ward off midwinter miseries.
Even as COVID-19 surges, it's wise to head outdoors for walks and recreation—but heed the precautions.
Different types of nature settings deliver different benefits—but the great outdoors is hard to beat.
Low-intensity activities like gardening and dancing could help retain brain volume, ultimately slowing the effects of age.
Seniors can achieve tremendous health benefits by weaving a modest amount of activity into each day.
Many adults have not engaged in any form of exercise in the past month or more.
Study: A typical 50-year-old with hypertension could gain three extra years of life by aggressively treating the condition.
Those who devote time and energy into creating a motivational track may enjoy their workout more than those who select music randomly.
How fast you walk might offer hints at how fast your body is aging.
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.