Even a slight bit of daily activity can make a difference when coping with depression or anxiety.
How you shape your diet, lifestyle and daily routines can determine if you're in it for the long haul.
Indoor fitness routines—and some outdoor, too—can help you stay in shape when the snow flies.
Ideas abound for those who would like to give unique gifts that are both healthy and well-received.
You can enjoy many of your favorite drinks when you're looking to hydrate—but water will always command the top spot.
Listen to your body. It'll tell you if you're dehydrated, if only you'll listen.
Health coach Angie Chandler overcame her pandemic doldrums to inspire herself and others with an outdoor neighborhood fitness squad.
A dietitian shares her top advice: Those 'miracle' ingredients are readily available in a well-balanced diet.
When Matt Bailey's weight caused a boat to almost sink, he flooded his life with change. He's since lost 140 pounds and gained confidence.
Handlebars, stationary bikes and other high-contact surfaces offer ample ground for the growth of germs, viruses and fungus.
Those who devote time and energy into creating a motivational track may enjoy their workout more than those who select music randomly.
The body can adapt to a new exercise regimen at just about any age.