Holidays? They’re about peace and cheer and goodwill towards men (and women). Unfortunately, they’re also stressful in many ways. Here are five simple tips to help you weather the holidays without feeling stressed out.
Are you getting enough vitamin D? During the winter, you may not get enough sun exposure to keep your vitamin D level within range. Find out what you can do about it.
Would you like to peek into a crystal ball and see what fitness trends are hot for 2017? According to the ACSM survey, here’s what you can expect to trend up and down in the world of fitness.
You look in the mirror and notice your tummy sticking out. That’s not what you want to see! It’s particularly annoying if you’re exercising and haven’t gained weight. However, it might not be tummy fat after all – it could be abdominal bloating.
True or false? Eating dinner late or snacking in the evening leads to weight gain. Now, a new study sheds light on this controversial issue. Get the full scoop.
Your cells depend on a steady supply of energy, when you exercise and even when you’re not. It gets that energy mainly from carbohydrates and fats. There’s a phenomenon called metabolic flexibility that affects how easily your body can switch between these fuel sources. Find out why this is important.
A number of studies show that aerobic exercise benefits brain health – but what about resistance training? Does it help preserve the health of the organ that makes you unique?
You probably know some of the common risk factors for cancer. Anything that damages cells likely increases the risk of developing a malignancy. More recently, studies show that these five factors may place you at higher risk for developing cancer.
Exercise and dietary changes both can help you lose weight – but which is more important? A recent meta-analysis looked at this issue. Here’s what they found.
Muscles will grow in size if you force them to work harder than they’re accustomed to. In fact, there are three main ways in which muscles grow. Find out what they are and how you can use them to fine-tune your workout.