Exercise can make you happy, according to a new study that looks at the relationship between physical activity and happiness. However, it’s not as simple as that.
Healthy Living/Wellness April 7, 2018
A study finds that accumulated minutes of exercise is just as beneficial to long-term health as sustained blocks of exercise. A hundred minutes of exercise a day, whether accumulated or sustained, cuts death risk by 76 percent.
Healthy Living/Wellness March 24, 2018
Middle-age women who are highly fit are 90 percent less likely to be diagnosed of dementia within 44 years. If they do develop the neurological disease, they get diagnosed 11 years later than their moderately fit counterparts.
Healthy Living/Wellness March 15, 2018
Walking has long been considered as a great form of physcal activity. If you’re having trouble meeting the 10,000-step requirement, researchers want you to keep this in mind: less can be more.
Healthy Living/Wellness October 17, 2016
A research strongly suggests that physical activity during mid-life can help slow down brain shrinkage and aging. Find out more about the conclusion to the two-decade study on the link between fitness and brain aging.
Life February 11, 2016
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg challenged everyone to run 365 miles this year. Learn what makes the challenge highly doable and why it won't decrease the time you spend on Facebook.
Internet Culture January 6, 2016
The convenience store chain 7-Eleven is partnering with P90X pro Tony Horton to sell healthier options like kale juice and salads.
Internet Culture October 2, 2014
Physical activity helps improve mental skills in children, according to a new study.
Life September 29, 2014
Adolescents appear to benefit from being physically fit as researchers found that for children in this age group, physical fitness is associated with reduced odds to suffer from depression.
Life August 8, 2014
People with anorexia may be receiving positive reinforcement from their weight loss. Researchers found that along with negative emotions, women who suffer from anorexia may have positive feelings from pride in maintaining or exceeding their weight loss goals.
Life August 7, 2014
Physical fitness is responsible for robust and more active brains in children. More physically active kids also have better language skills, a study finds.
Life June 9, 2014