Explore these helpful tips from a dietitian and an athletic trainer about how to shed the pounds.
It’s that time again—when health-conscious eaters everywhere are faced with tables full of mac and cheese, mashed potatoes, pecan pie and eggnog.
If the world is warming to that chubby, cuddly look, is that such a bad thing? Not if you've improved from yesteryear.
Life during the pandemic has thrown a wrench in diets and exercise regimens. Here's how to get things back on track.
Some who take medication for high cholesterol or blood pressure might stop exercising or gain weight in later years.
It can remedy sexual dysfunction, but there's no solid evidence testosterone supplements will reverse fatigue, memory decline or other rigors of aging.
The more pounds a woman loses, the lower her risk.
Too much sodium reduces thirst, which causes overeating, weight gain and a variety of ailments.
Midlife and menopause will conjure plenty of mood swings and emotional turmoil. Sometimes an expert therapist is your best course of action.
Take the inflammation and aging process off the fast track by making smarter choices about lifestyle, diet and mental health.
You can't change your body's biological response to stressors, but you can change your behaviors.
Weight-loss surgery is a game changer for many, but diet and lifestyle are the major factors in long-term success.