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We all know that regular exercise works wonders for physical health. But there are some benefits that go way beyond toned legs and a healthier heart.
It’s never too late to get back on the resolution bandwagon.
All diseases have a history. When did Alzheimer’s disease catch the attention of scientists and doctors? And where is research headed today?
The brain is a profoundly complex organ that is shaped by all kinds of external circumstances and behaviors. But some are not what you’d expect.
Of all the misconceptions about women’s strength training, this is probably the most pervasive. If you start a weight-training program and you are a woman, you will not become the female version of The Hulk, unless you have significant help from ster...
After a long winter of mostly root vegetables, spring is the time to break out some fresh flavors.
The birds and the bees…and your brain.
The New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) has identified six common assumptions about obesity and weight loss that could be true, but still haven’t been proven by scientific research.
New research from the New England Journal of Medicine gives some hard and fast rules about obesity and weight loss.
How can you find time to fit in more activity into your already busy life? How are some suggestions for adding workouts into your everyday life.