Dog walkers have better health than non–dog walkers, according to several measures, including fewer chronic health conditions, lower body mass index, and more.
Stretching can help you maintain your range of motion as you get older. Here are two simple but effective stretches to try.
Study suggests that a regular exercise habit before a heart attack improves survival and prognosis.
Running can be tough on your joints, especially at age 50 and up. Up to half of all runners report an injury annually. Take these steps to stay safe.
Don’t let the risk of getting hurt deter you from practicing yoga. Here are a few tips that can help you avoid injury.
Watch your exercise form, especially at age 50 and up. Here are three common exercise mistakes and how you can easily fix them.
If you experience a disabling injury or illness and are a regular exerciser, you’re likely to recover faster than someone who is inactive, according to one study.
If you've recently had a knee replacement, avoid these overly strenuous or high-impact activities that can increase your risk of knee failure.
Biking—for pleasure or to get around town—is good for your heart, according to new research.
Even a small dose of exercise, such as brisk walking, may help prevent serious illness by stimulating the immune system and suppressing inflammation.