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  • Walking the Dog, All the Way to Better Health
    (25-Jul-2017)
    Even in bad weather, seniors get about 30 minutes of daily activity by taking care of their pet

  • Nearly All Autopsied NFL Players Show Trauma-Linked Brain Disease
    (25-Jul-2017)
    No position on the football field seemed to confer protection, study says

  • Nearly All Autopsied NFL Players Show Trauma-Linked Brain Disease
    (25-Jul-2017)
    No position on the football field seemed to confer protection, study says

  • New Surgery May Fix Tough-to-Treat Rotator Cuff Tears
    (25-Jul-2017)
    Procedure could offer option for otherwise irreparable shoulder injury, surgeons say

  • Walking the Dog, All the Way to Better Health
    (25-Jul-2017)
    Even in bad weather, seniors get about 30 minutes of daily activity by taking care of their pet

  • Can't Get to the Gym? Work Out in Your Office!
    (24-Jul-2017)
    Some simple exercises to boost fitness and lift you out of your chair

  • Even a One-Minute Run Might Help a Woman's Bones
    (24-Jul-2017)
    Study suggests brief bursts of intense physical activity lowered risk for bone loss

  • An 'Active' Workstation Won't Lower Your Job Performance
    (21-Jul-2017)
    Study found using treadmills, bikes or ellipticals while on the job didn't impair thinking skills

  • An 'Active' Workstation Won't Lower Your Job Performance
    (21-Jul-2017)
    Study found using treadmills, bikes or ellipticals while on the job didn't impair thinking skills

  • An 'Active' Workstation Won't Lower Your Job Performance
    (21-Jul-2017)
    Study found using treadmills, bikes or ellipticals while on the job didn't impair thinking skills

  • Surgery for ACL Tear Often Successful Over Long Term
    (21-Jul-2017)
    Even 10 years after procedure, many still playing sports, study finds

  • Good Diet, Exercise While Pregnant Could Cut C-section Risk
    (20-Jul-2017)
    These healthy habits also lower odds for other obstetric complications, study shows

  • Targeting 9 Risk Factors Could Prevent 1 in 3 Dementia Cases: Study
    (20-Jul-2017)
    Reducing mid-life hearing loss might make the biggest difference

  • Teens Keep Building Bone After They Stop Growing: Study
    (17-Jul-2017)
    10 percent of bone mass accumulates after teens reach their adult height, making healthy habits a must

  • Health Tip: Check the Water Before Swimming
    (17-Jul-2017)
    How to avoid getting sick

  • Flip-flops: Fun in the Sun, but Tough on Feet
    (15-Jul-2017)
    Their lack of support dictates short-term use only, podiatrist says

  • Lower Back Injuries Plague Many Athletes
    (14-Jul-2017)
    Surgery should be a last resort for 3 common conditions, orthopedic expert says

  • Lower Back Injuries Plague Many Athletes
    (14-Jul-2017)
    Surgery should be a last resort for 3 common conditions, orthopedic expert says

  • Boxers, MMA Fighters May Face Long-Term Harm to Brain: Study
    (13-Jul-2017)
    Researchers find head injuries from fighting cause brain changes that might spur troubles later in life

  • Boxers, MMA Fighters May Face Long-Term Harm to Brain: Study
    (13-Jul-2017)
    Researchers find head injuries from fighting cause brain changes that might spur troubles later in life

  • Walking Rates Are Key to a Country's Obesity Levels
    (12-Jul-2017)
    As steps declined, national waistlines expanded, global study shows

  • How to Prevent Future Couch Potatoes
    (11-Jul-2017)
    Some smart ways to get kids to exercise more

  • Docs Should Counsel Even Healthy People on Diet, Exercise, Experts Say
    (11-Jul-2017)
    Influential panel urges doctors to talk to low-risk adults about lifestyle

  • Shield Yourself From 'Swimmer's Ear'
    (08-Jul-2017)
    Water left behind after a swim can give you a serious earache -- but not if you know what to do

  • Seniors' Lungs Can Tackle Exercise
    (07-Jul-2017)
    Researchers find older adults' respiratory systems keep up with demands of cycling regimen

  • Exercising Safely With Diabetes
    (07-Jul-2017)
    How to make it part of your care plan

  • Seniors' Lungs Can Tackle Exercise
    (07-Jul-2017)
    Researchers find older adults' respiratory systems keep up with demands of cycling regimen

  • Exercise Can Keep Obese Seniors on the Go
    (06-Jul-2017)
    Study ties physical activity to ability to perform everyday tasks

  • Cancer Deaths Higher in Rural America, CDC Reports
    (06-Jul-2017)
    Agency head calls persistent geographic gap a 'significant public health problem'

  • Health Tip: Yoga Before Bed
    (06-Jul-2017)
    Positions that may help you sleep

  • Swimming Lessons: For Starters, Watch Out for Germs in the Water
    (05-Jul-2017)
    Kiddie pools are the biggest offenders, infectious diseases expert says

  • Nerve Zap Unlikely to Ease Low Back Pain
    (05-Jul-2017)
    Exercise alone may be best approach, researchers say

  • Swimming Lessons: For Starters, Watch Out for Germs in the Water
    (05-Jul-2017)
    Kiddie pools are the biggest offenders, infectious diseases expert says

  • Take A New View of Yoga
    (05-Jul-2017)
    This ancient discipline has a modern (and growing) following

  • How to Keep Your Kids Out of the ER This Summer
    (04-Jul-2017)
    Emergency physician says make safety your top priority to avoid seasonal threats

  • Health Tip: Bike Safely
    (04-Jul-2017)
    And lower your chances of getting hurt

  • How to Keep Your Kids Out of the ER This Summer
    (04-Jul-2017)
    Emergency physician says make safety your top priority to avoid seasonal threats

  • How to Keep Your Kids Out of the ER This Summer
    (04-Jul-2017)
    Emergency physician says make safety your top priority to avoid seasonal threats

  • How to Keep Your Kids Out of the ER This Summer
    (04-Jul-2017)
    Emergency physician says make safety your top priority to avoid seasonal threats

  • Health Tip: Reap the Benefits of Intense Exercise
    (03-Jul-2017)
    Here's what you may gain

  • Health Tip: Reap the Benefits of Intense Exercise
    (03-Jul-2017)
    Here's what you may gain

  • Don't Let Summer Strain Your Back
    (01-Jul-2017)
    All that yard work and traveling can lead to injury, so spine experts offer safety tips

  • More Americans Are Walking for Exercise
    (29-Jun-2017)
    It's an easy, inexpensive way to get moving and reap the health benefits, experts say

  • Health Tip: Practice Drowning Prevention at Home
    (29-Jun-2017)
    It only takes a small amount of water

  • Slowed Walking, Shrinking Brain?
    (29-Jun-2017)
    Seniors whose pace dropped showed shrinkage in brain region linked to memory, spatial orientation

  • More Americans Are Walking for Exercise
    (29-Jun-2017)
    It's an easy, inexpensive way to get moving and reap the health benefits, experts say

  • Health Tip: Exercise to Manage Knee Pain
    (28-Jun-2017)
    Here's what you can do

  • Community Intervention May Aid Fight Against Childhood Obesity
    (28-Jun-2017)
    Harvard study finds small successes in two Massachusetts-based programs

  • What Is 'Moderate' Exercise Anyway?
    (27-Jun-2017)
    How to figure out the best intensity for you

  • Health Tip: Create a Food-and-Activity Journal
    (27-Jun-2017)
    It can help overall health and weight loss

  • Health Tip: Exercise During Menopause
    (27-Jun-2017)
    It helps combat these common problems

  • Force, Frequency of Head Hits Jump as Young Football Players Get Older
    (27-Jun-2017)
    Findings confirm that these injuries are linked to level of play

  • 6 Out of 7 Possible Concussions May Have Been Missed in 2014 World Cup
    (27-Jun-2017)
    Players should be assessed using soccer group's international recommendations

  • Force, Frequency of Head Hits Jump as Young Football Players Get Older
    (27-Jun-2017)
    Findings confirm that these injuries are linked to level of play

  • 6 Out of 7 Possible Concussions May Have Been Missed in 2014 World Cup
    (27-Jun-2017)
    Players should be assessed using soccer group's international recommendations

  • Health Tip: Get Fit Without the Gym
    (26-Jun-2017)
    You can be active virtually anywhere

  • Health Tip: Basic Beach Safety
    (26-Jun-2017)
    How to stay safer

  • Guided Exercise May Help Chronic Fatigue Patients: Study
    (23-Jun-2017)
    Little by little, patients step up activity levels as an expert coaches via phone or online video

  • Being Thin Could Boost Stress Fracture Risk in Female Runners
    (23-Jun-2017)
    Researcher says less muscle mass can make leg bones more vulnerable to injury

  • Guided Exercise May Help Chronic Fatigue Patients: Study
    (23-Jun-2017)
    Little by little, patients step up activity levels as an expert coaches via phone or online video

  • Lifestyle Changes Might Prevent or Slow Dementia
    (22-Jun-2017)
    The public should be aware of this encouraging research, expert says

  • Health Tip: Become an Active Family
    (21-Jun-2017)
    Small changes add up

  • Americans Want to Be Fit, But Most Don't Put in the Effort
    (20-Jun-2017)
    Survey finds three-quarters think appearance is 'very important,' yet only 31 percent work out regularly

  • Americans Want to Be Fit, But Most Don't Put in the Effort
    (20-Jun-2017)
    Survey finds three-quarters think appearance is 'very important,' yet only 31 percent work out regularly

  • Americans Want to Be Fit, But Most Don't Put in the Effort
    (20-Jun-2017)
    Survey finds three-quarters think appearance is 'very important,' yet only 31 percent work out regularly

  • Americans Want to Be Fit, But Most Don't Put in the Effort
    (20-Jun-2017)
    Survey finds three-quarters think appearance is 'very important,' yet only 31 percent work out regularly

  • Americans Want to Be Fit, But Most Don't Put in the Effort
    (20-Jun-2017)
    Survey finds three-quarters think appearance is 'very important,' yet only 31 percent work out regularly

  • Americans Want to Be Fit, But Most Don't Put in the Effort
    (20-Jun-2017)
    Survey finds three-quarters think appearance is 'very important,' yet only 31 percent work out regularly

  • Americans Want to Be Fit, But Most Don't Put in the Effort
    (20-Jun-2017)
    Survey finds three-quarters think appearance is 'very important,' yet only 31 percent work out regularly

  • Why Yoga, Tai Chi and Meditation Are Good for You
    (19-Jun-2017)
    Mind-body interventions reverse DNA reactions that cause stress, study suggests

  • Yoga Soothes Back Pain in Study
    (19-Jun-2017)
    Age-old practice did as good a job as physical therapy, but neither was a cure for all patients

  • Why Yoga, Tai Chi and Meditation Are Good for You
    (19-Jun-2017)
    Mind-body interventions reverse DNA reactions that cause stress, study suggests

  • Why Yoga, Tai Chi and Meditation Are Good for You
    (19-Jun-2017)
    Mind-body interventions reverse DNA reactions that cause stress, study suggests

  • Yoga Soothes Back Pain in Study
    (19-Jun-2017)
    Age-old practice did as good a job as physical therapy, but neither was a cure for all patients

  • High-Intensity Exercise May Be Bad for the Bowels
    (16-Jun-2017)
    Hydration and proper food intake might help prevent gut trouble, researcher says

  • High-Intensity Exercise May Be Bad for the Bowels
    (16-Jun-2017)
    Hydration and proper food intake might help prevent gut trouble, researcher says

  • Are U.S. Teens Now as Inactive as 60-Year-Olds?
    (16-Jun-2017)
    The lack of exercise more evident among females than males, study says

  • Give Dad the Gift of Health on Father's Day
    (16-Jun-2017)
    Exercise with him, let him get some extra sleep, men's health expert says

  • High-Intensity Exercise May Be Bad for the Bowels
    (16-Jun-2017)
    Hydration and proper food intake might help prevent gut trouble, researcher says

  • High-Intensity Exercise May Be Bad for the Bowels
    (16-Jun-2017)
    Hydration and proper food intake might help prevent gut trouble, researcher says

  • Want a Workout for Mind and Body? Hop on Your Bike
    (15-Jun-2017)
    Cycling benefits your heart, muscles, waistline and disposition, experts say

  • Horse Therapy Could Rein In Stroke's Damage Years Later
    (15-Jun-2017)
    Study found animal's movement improved gait, balance for survivors

  • 'Couch Potatoes' May Face Higher Risk of Kidney, Bladder Cancers
    (15-Jun-2017)
    Researchers say get moving, and point to national exercise guidelines

  • Want a Workout for Mind and Body? Hop on Your Bike
    (15-Jun-2017)
    Cycling benefits your heart, muscles, waistline and disposition, experts say

  • Horse Therapy Could Rein In Stroke's Damage Years Later
    (15-Jun-2017)
    Study found animal's movement improved gait, balance for survivors

  • Choosing a Personal Trainer
    (12-Jun-2017)
    Ask questions to find the right fit

  • Boys More Likely to Hide a Concussion Than Girls
    (09-Jun-2017)
    Study of high school athletes suggests fear of looking 'weak' might play a role

  • NBA Players' Late-Night Tweets May Be Bad for Their Game: Study
    (09-Jun-2017)
    Those who posted turned in a poorer performance the next day; lack of sleep the likely culprit

  • Boys More Likely to Hide a Concussion Than Girls
    (09-Jun-2017)
    Study of high school athletes suggests fear of looking 'weak' might play a role

  • Even Your Bones Can Get Fat, Mouse Study Suggests
    (09-Jun-2017)
    But running rodents improved their bone quality in just weeks, researchers say

  • Fido May Be a Fit Senior's Best Friend
    (09-Jun-2017)
    Study finds walking a dog helps older people meet goals for moderate to vigorous exercise

  • Sharp Eyes Can Make Soccer Players Sharp Shooters
    (09-Jun-2017)
    They outperform non-athletes on certain vision tests, study says

  • Boys More Likely to Hide a Concussion Than Girls
    (09-Jun-2017)
    Study of high school athletes suggests fear of looking 'weak' might play a role

  • Boys More Likely to Hide a Concussion Than Girls
    (09-Jun-2017)
    Study of high school athletes suggests fear of looking 'weak' might play a role

  • Even Your Bones Can Get Fat, Mouse Study Suggests
    (09-Jun-2017)
    But running rodents improved their bone quality in just weeks, researchers say

  • Boys More Likely to Hide a Concussion Than Girls
    (09-Jun-2017)
    Study of high school athletes suggests fear of looking 'weak' might play a role

  • Sharp Eyes Can Make Soccer Players Sharp Shooters
    (09-Jun-2017)
    They outperform non-athletes on certain vision tests, study says

  • Boys More Likely to Hide a Concussion Than Girls
    (09-Jun-2017)
    Study of high school athletes suggests fear of looking 'weak' might play a role

  • Fido May Be a Fit Senior's Best Friend
    (09-Jun-2017)
    Study finds walking a dog helps older people meet goals for moderate to vigorous exercise

  • Boys More Likely to Hide a Concussion Than Girls
    (09-Jun-2017)
    Study of high school athletes suggests fear of looking 'weak' might play a role

  • Marathon Runs Won't Harm Your Arteries
    (08-Jun-2017)
    Age, not mileage, predicted hardening of vessels in study sample

  • Marathon Runs Won't Harm Your Arteries
    (08-Jun-2017)
    Age, not mileage, predicted hardening of vessels in study sample

  • Health Tip: Keep Germs Out of Pool Water
    (08-Jun-2017)
    Suggestions to help you swim safer

  • Guard Against This Little-Known Swimming Danger
    (08-Jun-2017)
    Electric shock in water can kill unless you take precautions with nearby wiring

  • Working Workouts Into Your Life
    (07-Jun-2017)
    No, web surfing doesn't count!

  • Health Tip: Get Your Workout on a Mountain Bike
    (05-Jun-2017)
    Here's what to do

  • Implantable Defibrillator May Not Mean End to Sports
    (05-Jun-2017)
    Risks for athletes might be lower than once believed, study says

  • The Cost of Bike Crashes in U.S. Tops $24 Billion a Year
    (02-Jun-2017)
    Study suggests more street accidents, older bikers are boosting expenses

  • Compression Tights Won't Trim Running Times
    (02-Jun-2017)
    While they kept muscles from vibrating, fatigue still set in, study finds

  • The Cost of Bike Crashes in U.S. Tops $24 Billion a Year
    (02-Jun-2017)
    Study suggests more street accidents, older bikers are boosting expenses

  • Compression Tights Won't Trim Running Times
    (02-Jun-2017)
    While they kept muscles from vibrating, fatigue still set in, study finds

  • Compression Tights Won't Trim Running Times
    (02-Jun-2017)
    While they kept muscles from vibrating, fatigue still set in, study finds

  • Health Tip: Don't Fear Strength Training
    (29-May-2017)
    Some lifting guidelines

  • Health Tip: Don't Fear Strength Training
    (29-May-2017)
    Some lifting guidelines

  • Brush Up on Swim Safety for Summer
    (29-May-2017)
    Pediatricians' group offers tips on how to protect kids by the pool, lake or ocean

  • Adults Who Love Exercise May Gain 9 'Biological' Years
    (26-May-2017)
    Regular jogging and other pursuits delay cellular aging, study finds

  • Adults Who Love Exercise May Gain 9 'Biological' Years
    (26-May-2017)
    Regular jogging and other pursuits delay cellular aging, study finds

  • Supercharging Exercise With Interval Training
    (25-May-2017)
    More results in less time

  • Health Tip: Warm Up Before You Work Out
    (25-May-2017)
    You'll thank yourself later

  • Health Tip: Warm Up Before You Work Out
    (25-May-2017)
    You'll thank yourself later

  • Health Tip: Don't Let Your Workout Get Stale
    (24-May-2017)
    Suggestions to keep it fresh and effective

  • Health Tip: Don't Let Your Workout Get Stale
    (24-May-2017)
    Suggestions to keep it fresh and effective

  • 3 Key Lifestyle Factors Can Lower Breast Cancer Odds
    (23-May-2017)
    Stay trim, exercise and cut back on drinking, review findings suggest

  • Time to Take Your Workouts Outside
    (22-May-2017)
    Making the switch from indoors to outdoors as the weather warms up

  • Anabolic Steroids May Tax the Heart
    (22-May-2017)
    Weight-lifters using the synthetic hormones have lower pumping capacity, study finds

  • Anabolic Steroids May Tax the Heart
    (22-May-2017)
    Weight-lifters using the synthetic hormones have lower pumping capacity, study finds

  • Yoga, Meditation May Ease Some Breast Cancer Symptoms
    (19-May-2017)
    But study into alternative therapies didn't find evidence to support using dietary supplements

  • The Water's Not Fine: U.S. Pool-Linked Infection Doubles in 2 Years
    (18-May-2017)
    Cryptosporidiosis can cause weeks of watery diarrhea, CDC warns

  • This Combo Workout May Suit Obese Seniors Best
    (17-May-2017)
    Aerobic-plus-resistance regimen boosts bone and muscles, study shows

  • Just 2 Weeks on the Couch Can Trigger Body's Decline
    (17-May-2017)
    Constant daily activity vital to optimal health, lifestyle experts say

  • This Combo Workout May Suit Obese Seniors Best
    (17-May-2017)
    Aerobic-plus-resistance regimen boosts bone and muscles, study shows

  • Angela Bassett Puts the Spotlight on Heart Health
    (16-May-2017)
    Award-winning actress' mother had type 2 diabetes and died from heart issues

  • Bike Fanatics Shouldn't Worry About Effects on Sexual Health
    (15-May-2017)
    Any transient discomfort or numbness won't harm their sexual or urinary function, study finds

  • Getting Back on Track With Exercise
    (15-May-2017)
    Suggested steps on the path to fitness

  • Health Tip: Using a Stability Ball
    (15-May-2017)
    Here's how it may help

  • Bike Fanatics Shouldn't Worry About Effects on Sexual Health
    (15-May-2017)
    Any transient discomfort or numbness won't harm their sexual or urinary function, study finds

  • Health Tip: Using a Stability Ball
    (15-May-2017)
    Here's how it may help

  • Don't Let Your Garden Get You Down
    (13-May-2017)
    Yard work relieves stress but can wreak havoc on muscles and joints unless you protect yourself

  • Don't Let Your Garden Get You Down
    (13-May-2017)
    Yard work relieves stress but can wreak havoc on muscles and joints unless you protect yourself

  • Athletes With ADHD Favor Team Competition
    (12-May-2017)
    They're more likely to play contact sports like football, lacrosse and hockey, study finds

  • Athletes With ADHD Favor Team Competition
    (12-May-2017)
    They're more likely to play contact sports like football, lacrosse and hockey, study finds

  • Try This Workout at Home
    (12-May-2017)
    Modern gym equipment means no more excuses

  • Astronauts' Blood Vessels Less Efficient on Long Missions: Study
    (12-May-2017)
    Finding could lead to preventive treatments for space travel and even here on Earth

  • Athletes With ADHD Favor Team Competition
    (12-May-2017)
    They're more likely to play contact sports like football, lacrosse and hockey, study finds

  • Athletes With ADHD Favor Team Competition
    (12-May-2017)
    They're more likely to play contact sports like football, lacrosse and hockey, study finds

  • Athletes With ADHD Favor Team Competition
    (12-May-2017)
    They're more likely to play contact sports like football, lacrosse and hockey, study finds

  • Athletes With ADHD Favor Team Competition
    (12-May-2017)
    They're more likely to play contact sports like football, lacrosse and hockey, study finds

  • Athletes With ADHD Favor Team Competition
    (12-May-2017)
    They're more likely to play contact sports like football, lacrosse and hockey, study finds

  • Could Tai Chi Ease Insomnia in Breast Cancer Survivors?
    (12-May-2017)
    Study found it as effective as talk therapy for improving sleep and depression

  • Too Many Parents Say No to Helmets for Kids on Wheels
    (10-May-2017)
    Use of safety gear lags despite thousands of visits to U.S. hospitals each week, survey finds

  • Got 10 Minutes to Spare?
    (10-May-2017)
    A new twist on interval training speeds workouts

  • Health Tip: Make Time for Strength Training
    (10-May-2017)
    Here are potential benefits

  • Too Many Parents Say No to Helmets for Kids on Wheels
    (10-May-2017)
    Use of safety gear lags despite thousands of visits to U.S. hospitals each week, survey finds

  • 7 Common Exercise Errors
    (09-May-2017)
    Don't let these missteps short-circuit your fitness efforts

  • Stretching Eases Pain of Vessel Disease in Legs
    (05-May-2017)
    At-home regimen might help get you walking again, researcher says

  • Walking vs. Running -- Which Is Better?
    (04-May-2017)
    What to consider when making a cardio choice

  • Health Tip: Getting Enough Hard Exercise
    (02-May-2017)
    See if your workout makes the grade

  • Health Tip: Getting Enough Hard Exercise
    (02-May-2017)
    See if your workout makes the grade

  • Get Out There and Exercise
    (01-May-2017)
    Why it's time to put an end to the excuses

  • More Active Kids Could Save U.S. Billions in Health Costs: Study
    (01-May-2017)
    Starting young would pay big dividends as children grow up, researcher says

  • Exercise and Vitamin D: A Heart-Healthy Combo
    (01-May-2017)
    Together, the two offer more protection against disease than either does alone, study suggests

  • Taking the Stairs a Better Pick-Me-Up Than Coffee
    (28-Apr-2017)
    A 10-minute climb can increase fitness and motivation, researcher says

  • Taking the Stairs a Better Pick-Me-Up Than Coffee
    (28-Apr-2017)
    A 10-minute climb can increase fitness and motivation, researcher says

  • Taking the Stairs a Better Pick-Me-Up Than Coffee
    (28-Apr-2017)
    A 10-minute climb can increase fitness and motivation, researcher says

  • No Excuses: Exercise Can Overcome the 'Obesity Gene'
    (27-Apr-2017)
    Physical activity appears to lower effects of key DNA linked to weight gain, study finds

  • Exercise Guidelines: How Much Is Enough?
    (26-Apr-2017)
    The time you need to spend exercising depends on what you're doing, but it's probably less than you think

  • Mid-Life Exercise Could Jog Your Memory
    (25-Apr-2017)
    Combination of aerobic, resistance training best for boosting brain health, study finds

  • Mid-Life Exercise Could Jog Your Memory
    (25-Apr-2017)
    Combination of aerobic, resistance training best for boosting brain health, study finds

  • Mid-Life Exercise Could Jog Your Memory
    (25-Apr-2017)
    Combination of aerobic, resistance training best for boosting brain health, study finds

  • Health Tip: Don't Let Boredom Thwart Your Workout
    (24-Apr-2017)
    Keep exercise fun and fresh

  • Walk Your Way to Better Brain Health?
    (24-Apr-2017)
    Impact of the foot provides a boost to blood flow, study says

  • Timing of Lunch, Recess May Determine What Kids Eat
    (24-Apr-2017)
    Study found children who ate first consumed more vegetables, while those who played first wasted less food

  • Exercise Benefits Aging Hearts, Even Those of the Obese
    (24-Apr-2017)
    Physical activity helps ward off heart damage in middle age and beyond, study finds

  • Health Tip: Don't Let Boredom Thwart Your Workout
    (24-Apr-2017)
    Keep exercise fun and fresh

  • Walk Your Way to Better Brain Health?
    (24-Apr-2017)
    Impact of the foot provides a boost to blood flow, study says

  • Cleaning, Greening Vacant Lots May Help Fight Crime
    (21-Apr-2017)
    Fighting urban blight sends message that residents are paying close attention to the neighborhood

  • Want a Longer Life? Try Biking to Work
    (20-Apr-2017)
    Pedal pushers saw their risk for heart disease, cancer and early death cut by almost half in 5-year study

  • Stronger Muscles May Pump Up Kids' Memory Skills
    (20-Apr-2017)
    Study found link between fitness and test scores for recall ability

  • Want a Longer Life? Try Biking to Work
    (20-Apr-2017)
    Pedal pushers saw their risk for heart disease, cancer and early death cut by almost half in 5-year study

  • Health Tip: Planning Your Walking Workout
    (19-Apr-2017)
    Split it into these three stages

  • Strength Training Might Help Prevent Seniors' Falls
    (19-Apr-2017)
    Exercise helps improve balance and age-related muscle loss, doctor says

  • Health Tip: Planning Your Walking Workout
    (19-Apr-2017)
    Split it into these three stages

  • Health Tip: Planning Your Walking Workout
    (19-Apr-2017)
    Split it into these three stages

  • Health Tip: Stay Aware While Running
    (18-Apr-2017)
    Safety suggestions for sprinters

  • Regular Phys Ed Builds More Than Fitness
    (17-Apr-2017)
    Young teens also gain knowledge about healthy living, researchers say

  • Regular Phys Ed Builds More Than Fitness
    (17-Apr-2017)
    Young teens also gain knowledge about healthy living, researchers say

  • Water Outperforms Sports Drinks for Young Athletes
    (14-Apr-2017)
    Kids rarely need the extra sugar and salt, doctor says

  • Water Outperforms Sports Drinks for Young Athletes
    (14-Apr-2017)
    Kids rarely need the extra sugar and salt, doctor says

  • Hockey Doesn't Seem to Hit Players' Thinking Skills: Study
    (13-Apr-2017)
    But retired pros can suffer behavioral, emotional problems, researchers say

  • It's Yoga to the Rescue for Prostate Cancer Patients
    (13-Apr-2017)
    Study suggests the ancient practice might ease side effects of therapy

  • Exercisers May Have Better Shot of Surviving Heart Attack
    (12-Apr-2017)
    Researchers suggest that people who work out might develop 'collateral' blood vessels in the heart

  • Do Marathons' Road Closures Lead to More Local Deaths?
    (12-Apr-2017)
    Elderly with heart problems fare worse on race days, perhaps due to delays in care, researchers say

  • Do Marathons' Road Closures Lead to More Local Deaths?
    (12-Apr-2017)
    Elderly with heart problems fare worse on race days, perhaps due to delays in care, researchers say

  • Don't Bank on Heart-Rate Accuracy From Your Activity Tracker
    (10-Apr-2017)
    Fluctuations seen among 4 models, especially during exercise, study finds

  • Don't Bank on Heart-Rate Accuracy From Your Activity Tracker
    (10-Apr-2017)
    Fluctuations seen among 4 models, especially during exercise, study finds

  • Don't Bank on Heart-Rate Accuracy From Your Activity Tracker
    (10-Apr-2017)
    Fluctuations seen among 4 models, especially during exercise, study finds

  • Health Tip: Skate Safely
    (10-Apr-2017)
    Precautions you should take

  • 10 Minutes of Sweat a Day Helps Kids' Hearts
    (08-Apr-2017)
    Replacing light exercise with vigorous activity could greatly benefit some kids and teens, study finds

  • Health Tip: Too Much Exercise Isn't Good Either
    (05-Apr-2017)
    Signs that you may be working out too much

  • Fitness, Not Fat, Is Key to Post-Stroke Recovery
    (05-Apr-2017)
    People who exercised regularly before their attack had lower odds for disability after, study found

  • Fitness, Not Fat, Is Key to Post-Stroke Recovery
    (05-Apr-2017)
    People who exercised regularly before their attack had lower odds for disability after, study found

  • Elite Runners, Women the First Marathoners to Lose to Father Time
    (31-Mar-2017)
    Top athletes begin losing speed around age 35, compared to 50 for average runners, study shows

  • Tanning's Allure Tied to Other Addictions
    (31-Mar-2017)
    Some people with need for bronzed skin likely to drink too much alcohol or have depression, study finds

  • Teens Who Are Lazy Bones Have Weaker Skeletons: Study
    (31-Mar-2017)
    During crucial bone-building years of youth, physical activity is all-important

  • Elite Runners, Women the First Marathoners to Lose to Father Time
    (31-Mar-2017)
    Top athletes begin losing speed around age 35, compared to 50 for average runners, study shows

  • Elite Runners, Women the First Marathoners to Lose to Father Time
    (31-Mar-2017)
    Top athletes begin losing speed around age 35, compared to 50 for average runners, study shows

  • U.S. Pedestrian Deaths Surged to Record Levels in 2016
    (30-Mar-2017)
    Experts point to widespread smartphone use as deadly distraction for drivers and walkers alike

  • Exercising 2.5 Hours a Week May Slow Parkinson's Progression
    (29-Mar-2017)
    Even people with advanced disease might benefit, researchers say

  • Exercise: The Cellular 'Fountain of Youth'
    (28-Mar-2017)
    Intense interval training seems to boost older cells, even reversing some of aging's effects, study finds

  • Exercise: The Cellular 'Fountain of Youth'
    (28-Mar-2017)
    Intense interval training seems to boost older cells, even reversing some of aging's effects, study finds

  • Exercise: The Cellular 'Fountain of Youth'
    (28-Mar-2017)
    Intense interval training seems to boost older cells, even reversing some of aging's effects, study finds

  • Marathon Running May Cause Short-Term Kidney Injury
    (28-Mar-2017)
    But recovery is quick, usually within a day or two, researchers find

  • Exercise: The Cellular 'Fountain of Youth'
    (28-Mar-2017)
    Intense interval training seems to boost older cells, even reversing some of aging's effects, study finds

  • Exercise: The Cellular 'Fountain of Youth'
    (28-Mar-2017)
    Intense interval training seems to boost older cells, even reversing some of aging's effects, study finds

  • Marathon Running May Cause Short-Term Kidney Injury
    (28-Mar-2017)
    But recovery is quick, usually within a day or two, researchers find

  • Exercise: The Cellular 'Fountain of Youth'
    (28-Mar-2017)
    Intense interval training seems to boost older cells, even reversing some of aging's effects, study finds

  • Marathon Running May Cause Short-Term Kidney Injury
    (28-Mar-2017)
    But recovery is quick, usually within a day or two, researchers find

  • How Doctors Decide to Treat a Ruptured Achilles
    (25-Mar-2017)
    Your health and activity level influence recommendation for or against surgery

  • Leg Pain When Walking: Talk to Your Doctor
    (24-Mar-2017)
    Physician says there are ways to ward off peripheral artery disease

  • Ouch! How to Tell If You Have a Sprain, a Strain or a Tear
    (24-Mar-2017)
    They're not the same and some types of injuries take longer than others to heal

  • Exercise a Great Prescription to Help Older Hearts
    (23-Mar-2017)
    Not enough doctors recommend cardiac rehab, American Heart Association says

  • 'Heads Up' Football Program Tackles Concussion Danger in Kids
    (22-Mar-2017)
    Players learn safer moves, reducing head injury rate and recovery time, study suggests

  • 'Heads Up' Football Program Tackles Concussion Danger in Kids
    (22-Mar-2017)
    Players learn safer moves, reducing head injury rate and recovery time, study suggests

  • ACL Surgery Usually Puts Athletes Back in Play: Study
    (22-Mar-2017)
    Patient satisfaction is high after knee ligament reconstruction, researchers say

  • 'Heads Up' Football Program Tackles Concussion Danger in Kids
    (22-Mar-2017)
    Players learn safer moves, reducing head injury rate and recovery time, study suggests

  • Autism Greatly Boosts Kids' Injury Risk, Especially for Drowning
    (21-Mar-2017)
    Swimming lessons are essential -- even before other therapies, researcher says

  • Injury Risk May Rise When Kids Play Just One Sport
    (17-Mar-2017)
    Those under 12 shouldn't specialize in any one activity, researchers say

  • Many College Football Players Lack Vitamin D: Study
    (17-Mar-2017)
    Deficiency could put them at risk for muscle injuries

  • Remote Amazon Tribe May Have Healthiest Hearts on Earth
    (17-Mar-2017)
    Days spent hunting, farming and eating unprocessed foods keeps their arteries clear, researcher says

  • Many College Football Players Lack Vitamin D: Study
    (17-Mar-2017)
    Deficiency could put them at risk for muscle injuries

  • Injury Risk May Rise When Kids Play Just One Sport
    (17-Mar-2017)
    Those under 12 shouldn't specialize in any one activity, researchers say

  • Intensive Treatment Shows Potential Against Type 2 Diabetes
    (15-Mar-2017)
    Up to 40 percent experienced temporary remission, small study finds

  • Which High School Sport Has the Most Concussions?
    (15-Mar-2017)
    Girls' soccer had rates that exceeded boys' football in 2015, study finds

  • Which High School Sport Has the Most Concussions?
    (15-Mar-2017)
    Girls' soccer had rates that exceeded boys' football in 2015, study finds

  • Which High School Sport Has the Most Concussions?
    (15-Mar-2017)
    Girls' soccer had rates that exceeded boys' football in 2015, study finds

  • Kids Start Moving Less After Age 7, Study Finds
    (14-Mar-2017)
    Activity levels drop off equally among boys and girls, and continue dropping steadily through adolescence

  • Hold That Pose: Yoga May Ease Tough Depression
    (09-Mar-2017)
    Study finds weekly sessions, plus deep breathing, helped ease cases when medications failed

  • Fitbits, Other Trackers May Be Unfit to Measure Heart Rate
    (08-Mar-2017)
    Devices were as much as 34 beats off per minute during certain exercises, study finds

  • 'Pokemon Go' Players Add 2,000 Steps a Day
    (08-Mar-2017)
    Smartphone game benefits overweight, sedentary people most, researchers report

  • 'Pokemon Go' Players Add 2,000 Steps a Day
    (08-Mar-2017)
    Smartphone game benefits overweight, sedentary people most, researchers report

  • Have Americans Given Up on Losing Weight?
    (07-Mar-2017)
    Study finds more are overweight, obese than 2 decades ago, but fewer are trying to shed pounds

  • Exercise Helps Counter Cancer-Linked Fatigue
    (02-Mar-2017)
    Psychological treatment and education can be useful, too, more so than drugs, study finds

  • Health Tip: Step Training
    (01-Mar-2017)
    Tips for safe practice

  • Exercise Beats Weight Loss at Helping Seniors' Hearts
    (01-Mar-2017)
    Both are healthy goals, but getting active may reap even more benefit, study finds

  • Concussions More Likely in Female Athletes
    (28-Feb-2017)
    Why remains unclear, researchers say

  • Concussions More Likely in Female Athletes
    (28-Feb-2017)
    Why remains unclear, researchers say

  • Concussions More Likely in Female Athletes
    (28-Feb-2017)
    Why remains unclear, researchers say

  • Concussions More Likely in Female Athletes
    (28-Feb-2017)
    Why remains unclear, researchers say

  • Concussions More Likely in Female Athletes
    (28-Feb-2017)
    Why remains unclear, researchers say

  • Concussions More Likely in Female Athletes
    (28-Feb-2017)
    Why remains unclear, researchers say

  • Concussions More Likely in Female Athletes
    (28-Feb-2017)
    Why remains unclear, researchers say

  • More Exercise, Fewer Pounds: Cut Your Heart Failure Risk
    (27-Feb-2017)
    Link was stronger for common but difficult-to-treat type of heart failure

  • Live Healthy, Live Longer
    (24-Feb-2017)
    Regular checkups, exercise, no smoking, better diet and balance between work and play can add years, health expert says

  • Don't Sweat It: Gender Doesn't Dictate Perspiration Rate
    (24-Feb-2017)
    Instead, your size and shape influence how the body releases heat and cools down, study finds

  • NHL Veterans Pledge Their Brains to Research
    (23-Feb-2017)
    Donations will be used to study CTE, other conditions linked to repetitive head trauma

  • For Stroke Survivors, Exercise Is Good for the Brain: Review
    (22-Feb-2017)
    Along with improving physical mobility, breaking a sweat seems to counteract mental deficits

  • For Stroke Survivors, Exercise Is Good for the Brain: Review
    (22-Feb-2017)
    Along with improving physical mobility, breaking a sweat seems to counteract mental deficits

  • For Stroke Survivors, Exercise Is Good for the Brain: Review
    (22-Feb-2017)
    Along with improving physical mobility, breaking a sweat seems to counteract mental deficits

  • ACL Tears on the Rise Among Kids, Especially Girls
    (22-Feb-2017)
    Sports that involve cutting or pivoting are the riskiest, doctors say

  • Exercise a Powerful Ally for Breast Cancer Survivors
    (21-Feb-2017)
    Those who worked out were about 40 percent less likely to die from disease, review suggests

  • Health Tip: Stay Safe During Winter Sports
    (20-Feb-2017)
    Suggestions before you hit the slopes

  • There's Fun and Fitness in the Pool for Asthmatic Kids
    (20-Feb-2017)
    High humidity in indoor pools can also help keep airways open and prevent attacks, doctor says

  • There's Fun and Fitness in the Pool for Asthmatic Kids
    (20-Feb-2017)
    High humidity in indoor pools can also help keep airways open and prevent attacks, doctor says

  • Repeat Head Hits May Not Put NFL Players at Risk of Motor Problems
    (19-Feb-2017)
    Study aimed to see if former pro football players faced the same fate as many professional boxers

  • Repeat Head Hits May Not Put NFL Players at Risk of Motor Problems
    (19-Feb-2017)
    Study aimed to see if former pro football players faced the same fate as many professional boxers

  • Vitamin D Pumps Up Muscles
    (17-Feb-2017)
    People with higher 'active' levels of the vitamin in the bloodstream had more muscle mass, study finds

  • Vitamin D Pumps Up Muscles
    (17-Feb-2017)
    People with higher 'active' levels of the vitamin in the bloodstream had more muscle mass, study finds

  • Health Tip: Give Your Kids Bone-Building Food
    (16-Feb-2017)
    Suggestions for stronger bodies

  • Post-Menopausal? Give Exercise a Try
    (16-Feb-2017)
    Study participants were fitter, felt better -- and were less bothered by hot flashes

  • Post-Menopausal? Give Exercise a Try
    (16-Feb-2017)
    Study participants were fitter, felt better -- and were less bothered by hot flashes

  • Student-Athletes Don't Have to Be Hit By Injuries
    (15-Feb-2017)
    Equipment safety, emergency training and time for recovery are key to avoiding trouble, experts say

  • Student-Athletes Don't Have to Be Hit By Injuries
    (15-Feb-2017)
    Equipment safety, emergency training and time for recovery are key to avoiding trouble, experts say

  • Student-Athletes Don't Have to Be Hit By Injuries
    (15-Feb-2017)
    Equipment safety, emergency training and time for recovery are key to avoiding trouble, experts say

  • Student-Athletes Don't Have to Be Hit By Injuries
    (15-Feb-2017)
    Equipment safety, emergency training and time for recovery are key to avoiding trouble, experts say

  • Student-Athletes Don't Have to Be Hit By Injuries
    (15-Feb-2017)
    Equipment safety, emergency training and time for recovery are key to avoiding trouble, experts say

  • Student-Athletes Don't Have to Be Hit By Injuries
    (15-Feb-2017)
    Equipment safety, emergency training and time for recovery are key to avoiding trouble, experts say

  • Student-Athletes Don't Have to Be Hit By Injuries
    (15-Feb-2017)
    Equipment safety, emergency training and time for recovery are key to avoiding trouble, experts say

  • Student-Athletes Don't Have to Be Hit By Injuries
    (15-Feb-2017)
    Equipment safety, emergency training and time for recovery are key to avoiding trouble, experts say

  • 5 Ways Women Can Cut Their Heart Attack Risk
    (15-Feb-2017)
    Heart disease is leading cause of death in U.S., but many don't know they have it

  • Health Tip: Maintain Posture for Step Training
    (15-Feb-2017)
    It may help reduce injury risk

  • Student-Athletes Don't Have to Be Hit By Injuries
    (15-Feb-2017)
    Equipment safety, emergency training and time for recovery are key to avoiding trouble, experts say

  • Student-Athletes Don't Have to Be Hit By Injuries
    (15-Feb-2017)
    Equipment safety, emergency training and time for recovery are key to avoiding trouble, experts say

  • Small Study Uncovers Brain Disease in Former Soccer Players
    (15-Feb-2017)
    Autopsies show evidence of CTE, the degenerative condition linked to repetitive head trauma

  • Student-Athletes Don't Have to Be Hit By Injuries
    (15-Feb-2017)
    Equipment safety, emergency training and time for recovery are key to avoiding trouble, experts say

  • Student-Athletes Don't Have to Be Hit By Injuries
    (15-Feb-2017)
    Equipment safety, emergency training and time for recovery are key to avoiding trouble, experts say

  • Student-Athletes Don't Have to Be Hit By Injuries
    (15-Feb-2017)
    Equipment safety, emergency training and time for recovery are key to avoiding trouble, experts say

  • Student-Athletes Don't Have to Be Hit By Injuries
    (15-Feb-2017)
    Equipment safety, emergency training and time for recovery are key to avoiding trouble, experts say

  • Student-Athletes Don't Have to Be Hit By Injuries
    (15-Feb-2017)
    Equipment safety, emergency training and time for recovery are key to avoiding trouble, experts say

  • Student-Athletes Don't Have to Be Hit By Injuries
    (15-Feb-2017)
    Equipment safety, emergency training and time for recovery are key to avoiding trouble, experts say

  • Student-Athletes Don't Have to Be Hit By Injuries
    (15-Feb-2017)
    Equipment safety, emergency training and time for recovery are key to avoiding trouble, experts say

  • Student-Athletes Don't Have to Be Hit By Injuries
    (15-Feb-2017)
    Equipment safety, emergency training and time for recovery are key to avoiding trouble, experts say

  • Student-Athletes Don't Have to Be Hit By Injuries
    (15-Feb-2017)
    Equipment safety, emergency training and time for recovery are key to avoiding trouble, experts say

  • Student-Athletes Don't Have to Be Hit By Injuries
    (15-Feb-2017)
    Equipment safety, emergency training and time for recovery are key to avoiding trouble, experts say

  • Student-Athletes Don't Have to Be Hit By Injuries
    (15-Feb-2017)
    Equipment safety, emergency training and time for recovery are key to avoiding trouble, experts say

  • Student-Athletes Don't Have to Be Hit By Injuries
    (15-Feb-2017)
    Equipment safety, emergency training and time for recovery are key to avoiding trouble, experts say

  • Small Study Uncovers Brain Disease in Former Soccer Players
    (15-Feb-2017)
    Autopsies show evidence of CTE, the degenerative condition linked to repetitive head trauma

  • Student-Athletes Don't Have to Be Hit By Injuries
    (15-Feb-2017)
    Equipment safety, emergency training and time for recovery are key to avoiding trouble, experts say

  • Small Study Uncovers Brain Disease in Former Soccer Players
    (15-Feb-2017)
    Autopsies show evidence of CTE, the degenerative condition linked to repetitive head trauma

  • Student-Athletes Don't Have to Be Hit By Injuries
    (15-Feb-2017)
    Equipment safety, emergency training and time for recovery are key to avoiding trouble, experts say

  • Student-Athletes Don't Have to Be Hit By Injuries
    (15-Feb-2017)
    Equipment safety, emergency training and time for recovery are key to avoiding trouble, experts say

  • Student-Athletes Don't Have to Be Hit By Injuries
    (15-Feb-2017)
    Equipment safety, emergency training and time for recovery are key to avoiding trouble, experts say

  • Student-Athletes Don't Have to Be Hit By Injuries
    (15-Feb-2017)
    Equipment safety, emergency training and time for recovery are key to avoiding trouble, experts say

  • Student-Athletes Don't Have to Be Hit By Injuries
    (15-Feb-2017)
    Equipment safety, emergency training and time for recovery are key to avoiding trouble, experts say

  • Low Back Pain? Relax, Breathe and Try Yoga
    (10-Feb-2017)
    Review of 12 studies found small improvements in pain levels, function after 3 to 6 months

  • College Students Seem to Take Longer to Recover From Concussion
    (10-Feb-2017)
    Average is 1-2 weeks, but study found some kids needed more than 3 weeks to get better

  • Low Back Pain? Relax, Breathe and Try Yoga
    (10-Feb-2017)
    Review of 12 studies found small improvements in pain levels, function after 3 to 6 months

  • Winter's No Reason to Hibernate: Head Outside for Some Sports Fun
    (08-Feb-2017)
    But be sure to use the right equipment and stay in areas that match your skill level

  • Gym Membership Makes Your Heart Fitter, Too
    (08-Feb-2017)
    Study found health club members were far more likely to meet physical activity recommendations

  • Health Tip: Logging Your Exercise
    (08-Feb-2017)
    Take note of patterns

  • Winter's No Reason to Hibernate: Head Outside for Some Sports Fun
    (08-Feb-2017)
    But be sure to use the right equipment and stay in areas that match your skill level

  • Gym Membership Makes Your Heart Fitter, Too
    (08-Feb-2017)
    Study found health club members were far more likely to meet physical activity recommendations

  • Winter's No Reason to Hibernate: Head Outside for Some Sports Fun
    (08-Feb-2017)
    But be sure to use the right equipment and stay in areas that match your skill level

  • Winter's No Reason to Hibernate: Head Outside for Some Sports Fun
    (08-Feb-2017)
    But be sure to use the right equipment and stay in areas that match your skill level

  • Winter's No Reason to Hibernate: Head Outside for Some Sports Fun
    (08-Feb-2017)
    But be sure to use the right equipment and stay in areas that match your skill level

  • Winter's No Reason to Hibernate: Head Outside for Some Sports Fun
    (08-Feb-2017)
    But be sure to use the right equipment and stay in areas that match your skill level

  • Many Hospital Workers Are an Unhealthy Lot: Study
    (07-Feb-2017)
    Houston-area review found high rates of overweight and obesity, low physical activity

  • Health Tip: Get Active With a Jump Rope
    (07-Feb-2017)
    Suggestions for maximum benefit

  • For Kids, Regular Exercise Seems to Put Depression on the Run
    (06-Feb-2017)
    Finding could be significant because it suggests physical activity can be used to boost mental health

  • 30 Former NFL Players Pledge Their Brains for Research
    (03-Feb-2017)
    Donations will be used to study CTE, other conditions linked to repetitive head trauma

  • Health Tip: Strength Training Is For Seniors, Too
    (01-Feb-2017)
    How it may help older people

  • What You Don't Know About Cancer Can Kill You
    (01-Feb-2017)
    Too few Americans realize that obesity, alcohol and inactivity boost risk for disease, survey finds

  • 'Heading' Soccer Ball Not Smart for the Brain
    (01-Feb-2017)
    It's tied to higher concussion risk in players, study finds

  • 'Heading' Soccer Ball Not Smart for the Brain
    (01-Feb-2017)
    It's tied to higher concussion risk in players, study finds

  • Health Tip: Staying Healthy May Not Be Costly
    (31-Jan-2017)
    Inexpensive ways to stay fit

  • Even a Little Exercise Can Help With Arthritis, Study Says
    (31-Jan-2017)
    Just 45 minutes a week was related to better physical functioning among older adults

  • Tamer Version of Youth Football Looks to Address Safety Concerns
    (31-Jan-2017)
    It would feature fewer players, smaller fields and less contact, USA Football officials say

  • Even a Little Exercise Can Help With Arthritis, Study Says
    (31-Jan-2017)
    Just 45 minutes a week was related to better physical functioning among older adults

  • Exercise May Help Black Americans Lower Blood Pressure Risk
    (30-Jan-2017)
    Recommended 150 minutes of moderate activity weekly cut odds by almost 25 percent in study

  • ER Doctor Offers Tips for Safer Snow Shoveling
    (30-Jan-2017)
    Be alert for signs of heart attack or hypothermia, and consider using a snowblower instead of a shovel

  • Exercise May Help Black Americans Lower Blood Pressure Risk
    (30-Jan-2017)
    Recommended 150 minutes of moderate activity weekly cut odds by almost 25 percent in study

  • Low Back Pain Common Among Kids
    (30-Jan-2017)
    Sports injuries are just one frequent cause, study finds

  • For Ice Skating, Sharpen Up on Safety
    (29-Jan-2017)
    Never skate alone or on thin ice, experts advise

  • For Ice Skating, Sharpen Up on Safety
    (29-Jan-2017)
    Never skate alone or on thin ice, experts advise

  • Ways to Stay Active in Winter
    (28-Jan-2017)
    Sledding, climbing stairs -- even house-cleaning -- are great pursuits that burn calories, dietary experts say

  • Ways to Stay Active in Winter
    (28-Jan-2017)
    Sledding, climbing stairs -- even house-cleaning -- are great pursuits that burn calories, dietary experts say

  • High-Mileage Runners Expend Less Energy
    (27-Jan-2017)
    Extra movement seems to lead to changes in muscles and tendons, making them more efficient, researchers say

  • Lack of Exercise Might Invite Dementia
    (27-Jan-2017)
    Study found being sedentary may make you as vulnerable as those whose genes put them at risk for Alzheimer's

  • Slim But Sedentary: Risk of Prediabetes May Rise
    (27-Jan-2017)
    4 out of 10 'skinny fat' people had higher blood sugar by middle age, study finds

  • High-Mileage Runners Expend Less Energy
    (27-Jan-2017)
    Extra movement seems to lead to changes in muscles and tendons, making them more efficient, researchers say

  • High-Mileage Runners Expend Less Energy
    (27-Jan-2017)
    Extra movement seems to lead to changes in muscles and tendons, making them more efficient, researchers say

  • Joints That Make Those Popping or Cracking Sounds
    (27-Jan-2017)
    The noises may be irritating, but they're typically normal, orthopedic doctors say

  • Lack of Exercise Might Invite Dementia
    (27-Jan-2017)
    Study found being sedentary may make you as vulnerable as those whose genes put them at risk for Alzheimer's

  • Health Tip: Set Good Habits for Exercise
    (26-Jan-2017)
    Suggestions to help you stick with it

  • Fitter Seniors May Have Healthier Brains
    (25-Jan-2017)
    Study found link between strong cardiorespiratory system and better memory

  • Jet Lag a Drag on Pro Baseball Players
    (23-Jan-2017)
    Study found traveling across time zones linked to poorer pitching, slower running

  • Exercise Rates Often Decline After Cancer Diagnosis
    (23-Jan-2017)
    But researchers say physical activity can improve recovery and survival chances

  • Jet Lag a Drag on Pro Baseball Players
    (23-Jan-2017)
    Study found traveling across time zones linked to poorer pitching, slower running

  • Childhood Asthma May Encourage Obesity, Study Suggests
    (20-Jan-2017)
    Fear of flare-ups might spur kids to limit physical activity, specialists say

  • Health Tip: Help Young Athletes Avoid Malnutrition
    (19-Jan-2017)
    Ways to prevent getting sick

  • Health Tip: Get Moving Toward a Healthier You
    (18-Jan-2017)
    Here's what you can do

  • Short Stretches of Exercise May Have Anti-Inflammatory Effect
    (18-Jan-2017)
    20 minutes on a treadmill linked to drop in immune cells tied to inflammation, study finds

  • Too Much Sitting Ages You Faster
    (18-Jan-2017)
    Cells of elderly sedentary women look much older than their actual age, study finds

  • Health Tip: Investing in Your Fitness
    (18-Jan-2017)
    Don't fall for fads and gimmicks

  • Health Tip: Get Moving Toward a Healthier You
    (18-Jan-2017)
    Here's what you can do

  • Short Stretches of Exercise May Have Anti-Inflammatory Effect
    (18-Jan-2017)
    20 minutes on a treadmill linked to drop in immune cells tied to inflammation, study finds

  • Working Out? Don't Bring Your Cellphone
    (17-Jan-2017)
    Researchers say talking and texting makes workout less efficient and throws you off-balance

  • Even a Little Daily Activity May Boost Colon Cancer Survival: Study
    (17-Jan-2017)
    Walking or gardening 30 minutes daily was linked to better prospects for advanced-stage disease

  • Pediatricians Offer Heads-Up for Preventing Soccer Injuries
    (14-Jan-2017)
    Sprains and strains are common on the field

  • Pediatricians Offer Heads-Up for Preventing Soccer Injuries
    (14-Jan-2017)
    Sprains and strains are common on the field

  • Pediatricians Offer Heads-Up for Preventing Soccer Injuries
    (14-Jan-2017)
    Sprains and strains are common on the field

  • Head for the Hills With Sled Safety in Mind
    (13-Jan-2017)
    Kids at higher risk for head and neck injuries while sledding, safety experts warn

  • Brisk Walk May Help Sidestep Heart Disease
    (10-Jan-2017)
    In just 10 weeks, cholesterol, blood pressure and weight improved among women in study

  • Brisk Walk May Help Sidestep Heart Disease
    (10-Jan-2017)
    In just 10 weeks, cholesterol, blood pressure and weight improved among women in study

  • Exercise: An Antidote for Behavioral Issues in Students?
    (09-Jan-2017)
    Study found use of 'cybercycles' reduced classroom problems for kids with autism, ADHD, other concerns

  • Scans Hint at Running's Brain Benefits, Even When Young
    (09-Jan-2017)
    Researchers suggest that an early boost in mind health may help people stay sharp as they age

  • Health Tip: Protecting Your Health
    (09-Jan-2017)
    Ways to remain healthy

  • Exercise: An Antidote for Behavioral Issues in Students?
    (09-Jan-2017)
    Study found use of 'cybercycles' reduced classroom problems for kids with autism, ADHD, other concerns

  • 'Weekend Warriors' Can Still Stretch Their Life Spans
    (09-Jan-2017)
    Study found those who exercised one or two days a week saw gains similar to those who worked out regularly

  • Scans Hint at Running's Brain Benefits, Even When Young
    (09-Jan-2017)
    Researchers suggest that an early boost in mind health may help people stay sharp as they age

  • Navigating Ski Slopes Safely
    (06-Jan-2017)
    National Ski Areas Association offers advice on preventing skiing, snowboarding injuries

  • Navigating Ski Slopes Safely
    (06-Jan-2017)
    National Ski Areas Association offers advice on preventing skiing, snowboarding injuries

  • Navigating Ski Slopes Safely
    (06-Jan-2017)
    National Ski Areas Association offers advice on preventing skiing, snowboarding injuries

  • Is Running Bad for Your Knees?
    (05-Jan-2017)
    Study suggests it may slow development of osteoarthritis

  • Is Running Bad for Your Knees?
    (05-Jan-2017)
    Study suggests it may slow development of osteoarthritis

  • Over-Planning Can Take the Fun Out of Leisure Time
    (04-Jan-2017)
    People want their breaks to be 'free-flowing,' not tightly scheduled, researcher says

  • Routine Checkup Should Assess Fitness, Too
    (03-Jan-2017)
    Cardiorespiratory test would help gauge patients' heart disease risk, doctor says

  • 'Teen' Finds Minors Can Buy Bodybuilding Supplement at Health Food Stores
    (03-Jan-2017)
    Major medical associations advise against use of creatine by kids

  • Routine Checkup Should Assess Fitness, Too
    (03-Jan-2017)
    Cardiorespiratory test would help gauge patients' heart disease risk, doctor says

  • Resolve to Reduce Your Cancer Risk This Year
    (03-Jan-2017)
    Healthy habits are key to preventing the disease, cancer experts say

  • Routine Checkup Should Assess Fitness, Too
    (03-Jan-2017)
    Cardiorespiratory test would help gauge patients' heart disease risk, doctor says

  • Routine Checkup Should Assess Fitness, Too
    (03-Jan-2017)
    Cardiorespiratory test would help gauge patients' heart disease risk, doctor says

  • Routine Checkup Should Assess Fitness, Too
    (03-Jan-2017)
    Cardiorespiratory test would help gauge patients' heart disease risk, doctor says

  • Make a Healthy Lifestyle Your New Year's Resolution
    (31-Dec-2016)
    The American Medical Association offers seven goals to get you started

  • Winter Hikes Can Be Fun, But Put Safety First
    (30-Dec-2016)
    Be prepared for heat loss, sun glare and shorter days, hiking group advises

  • Staying Trim, Strong May Cut Risk of Urinary Incontinence
    (30-Dec-2016)
    But for women in study, these factors only helped with one type of incontinence

  • Making New Year's Resolutions That Last
    (30-Dec-2016)
    Think small, manageable goals -- not sweeping lifestyle changes, psychologists advise

  • Staying Trim, Strong May Cut Risk of Urinary Incontinence
    (30-Dec-2016)
    But for women in study, these factors only helped with one type of incontinence

  • Winter Hikes Can Be Fun, But Put Safety First
    (30-Dec-2016)
    Be prepared for heat loss, sun glare and shorter days, hiking group advises

  • Mouse Study Hints at Why Obese People Struggle to Exercise
    (29-Dec-2016)
    Research suggests dopamine levels, not willpower, may be to blame

  • Men Don't Know About Risks to Fertility, Survey Finds
    (28-Dec-2016)
    It's not commonly known that factors such as obesity, laptop use on lap can affect sperm counts

  • Does Santa's Diet, Lifestyle Earn Him a Stocking Full of Coal?
    (25-Dec-2016)
    But, kudos for kicking that pipe smoking habit, a doctor says

  • Exercise May Be Real Medicine for Parkinson's Disease
    (22-Dec-2016)
    Physical activity helps improve gait and balance, research review finds

  • Serious Yoga Injuries, Though Rare, Are on the Rise
    (22-Dec-2016)
    Problems requiring ER care up about 70 percent, even more in older people, study finds

  • Serious Yoga Injuries, Though Rare, Are on the Rise
    (22-Dec-2016)
    Problems requiring ER care up about 70 percent, even more in older people, study finds

  • Serious Yoga Injuries, Though Rare, Are on the Rise
    (22-Dec-2016)
    Problems requiring ER care up about 70 percent, even more in older people, study finds

  • Health Tip: Maximizing Your Workout
    (21-Dec-2016)
    Make sure you're getting all benefits

  • Health Tip: Maximizing Your Workout
    (21-Dec-2016)
    Make sure you're getting all benefits

  • Pokemon Go, Pokemon Gone
    (15-Dec-2016)
    Study found the virtual reality game got adults moving -- but only for a while

  • Smartphones Could Be a Boon to Heart Health Research
    (14-Dec-2016)
    Study finds tracking people's activity with the devices is cheaper, more reliable that conventional methods

  • Health Tip: Enjoy an Active Holiday Season
    (13-Dec-2016)
    Suggestions to get exercise while curbing stress and anxiety

  • Cushioned Shoe Inserts Won't Guard Against Injury: Review
    (13-Dec-2016)
    But custom-made foot orthotics might help, researchers report

  • Cushioned Shoe Inserts Won't Guard Against Injury: Review
    (13-Dec-2016)
    But custom-made foot orthotics might help, researchers report

  • Was Football Safer Back in the Day?
    (12-Dec-2016)
    Study found those who played in high school in 1950s and '60s don't face increased risk of dementia

  • Strength Training May Prevent Side Effect of Breast Cancer Surgery
    (09-Dec-2016)
    Women who worked out twice a week saw less swelling in arms and chest, small study finds

  • Strength Training May Prevent Side Effect of Breast Cancer Surgery
    (09-Dec-2016)
    Women who worked out twice a week saw less swelling in arms and chest, small study finds

  • Yoga Called Good Medicine for High Blood Pressure
    (08-Dec-2016)
    People who added this practice to a healthy lifestyle saw their pressure levels drop, study found

  • Yoga Called Good Medicine for High Blood Pressure
    (08-Dec-2016)
    People who added this practice to a healthy lifestyle saw their pressure levels drop, study found

  • Health Tip: Does Exercise Feel Like Work?
    (07-Dec-2016)
    Suggestions to make it more fun

  • Study Finds Worrisome Heart Effects Among Some Football Players
    (05-Dec-2016)
    It suggests college linemen have higher blood pressure, thickening of heart wall

  • Study Finds Worrisome Heart Effects Among Some Football Players
    (05-Dec-2016)
    It suggests college linemen have higher blood pressure, thickening of heart wall

  • Low-Carb Diet May Aid Your Metabolism
    (02-Dec-2016)
    Cutting back on sweets helps, while exercising before meals may not, small study finds

  • Brain Harm May Last Long After College Football Players' Final Game
    (02-Dec-2016)
    Small study found evidence of cortical thinning years later

  • Brain Harm May Last Long After College Football Players' Final Game
    (02-Dec-2016)
    Small study found evidence of cortical thinning years later

  • Health Tip: Exercising With Arthritis
    (01-Dec-2016)
    Don't let hurdles stop you

  • Health Tip: Using a Fitness Tracker
    (01-Dec-2016)
    Making the most of your device

  • Dialysis Patients May Walk Their Way to Better Health
    (01-Dec-2016)
    Even people with advanced kidney trouble can feel better with 'low-intensity' exercise regimen, study finds

  • Standing or 'Easy' Walks May Help Type 2 Diabetics Control Blood Sugar
    (01-Dec-2016)
    Study counters notion that vigorous exercise is key to battling the illness

  • Health Tip: Using a Fitness Tracker
    (01-Dec-2016)
    Making the most of your device

  • Standing or 'Easy' Walks May Help Type 2 Diabetics Control Blood Sugar
    (01-Dec-2016)
    Study counters notion that vigorous exercise is key to battling the illness

  • Aerobic Exercise May Help Guard Against Dementia
    (30-Nov-2016)
    Study found seniors with mild cognitive impairment saw gains in thinking, memory skills after six months of workouts

  • Tennis Anyone? It May Prolong Your Life
    (30-Nov-2016)
    Racquet sports, swimming and aerobics tied to lower risk of early death in study

  • Tennis Anyone? It May Prolong Your Life
    (30-Nov-2016)
    Racquet sports, swimming and aerobics tied to lower risk of early death in study

  • Tennis Anyone? It May Prolong Your Life
    (30-Nov-2016)
    Racquet sports, swimming and aerobics tied to lower risk of early death in study

  • Tennis Anyone? It May Prolong Your Life
    (30-Nov-2016)
    Racquet sports, swimming and aerobics tied to lower risk of early death in study

  • Tennis Anyone? It May Prolong Your Life
    (30-Nov-2016)
    Racquet sports, swimming and aerobics tied to lower risk of early death in study

  • Tennis Anyone? It May Prolong Your Life
    (30-Nov-2016)
    Racquet sports, swimming and aerobics tied to lower risk of early death in study

  • Tennis Anyone? It May Prolong Your Life
    (30-Nov-2016)
    Racquet sports, swimming and aerobics tied to lower risk of early death in study

  • Doctors Should Counsel Even Low-Risk Patients on Heart Health
    (29-Nov-2016)
    U.S. government panel says advice on healthy eating and physical activity likely benefits all

  • Researchers Explore Way to Detect Brain Injury in NFL Players
    (28-Nov-2016)
    The goal: to spot early signs of concussion-related head trauma

  • Health Tip: Preparing for Your First 5k Run
    (28-Nov-2016)
    Prep work lays the groundwork for an enjoyable time

  • Martial Arts Can Be Hazardous to Kids
    (28-Nov-2016)
    Certain practices put children at risk of serious injury, pediatricians' group warns

  • Mouthguard a Key Defense Against Sports-Related Injuries
    (28-Nov-2016)
    More than 600,000 dental accidents send athletes to the ER each year, experts say

  • Martial Arts Can Be Hazardous to Kids
    (28-Nov-2016)
    Certain practices put children at risk of serious injury, pediatricians' group warns

  • Hitting the Slopes? Keep These Safety Tips in Mind
    (26-Nov-2016)
    Snowboarders and skiers should always use properly maintained equipment and be fully rested

  • Hitting the Slopes? Keep These Safety Tips in Mind
    (26-Nov-2016)
    Snowboarders and skiers should always use properly maintained equipment and be fully rested

  • Consider Eye Safety When Choosing Kids' Toys
    (24-Nov-2016)
    As holiday shopping season kicks off, here are tips on buying toys and sports-related items

  • Consider Eye Safety When Choosing Kids' Toys
    (24-Nov-2016)
    As holiday shopping season kicks off, here are tips on buying toys and sports-related items

  • Health Tip: Cold-Weather Workouts
    (24-Nov-2016)
    You just may burn a few extra calories

  • New Skin Patch Analyzes Your Sweat During Exercise
    (23-Nov-2016)
    Used with a smartphone app, it's designed to offer information about your health, inventors say

  • Health Tip: Exercise Can Be a Brain-Booster
    (23-Nov-2016)
    The result: clearer thinking, sharper focus

  • Don't Get Stuffed on Thanksgiving
    (23-Nov-2016)
    Dietician offers tips for avoiding weight gain during the holidays

  • New Skin Patch Analyzes Your Sweat During Exercise
    (23-Nov-2016)
    Used with a smartphone app, it's designed to offer information about your health, inventors say

  • Health Tip: Don't Nullify Your Workout
    (21-Nov-2016)
    Here's how to eat healthy

  • Health Tip: Don't Fall for Exercise Myths
    (18-Nov-2016)
    Setting the record straight

  • Health Tip: Don't Fall for Exercise Myths
    (18-Nov-2016)
    Setting the record straight

  • Health Tip: Vary Your Workout Routine
    (17-Nov-2016)
    Changes help keep it fresh

  • Health Tip: Vary Your Workout Routine
    (17-Nov-2016)
    Changes help keep it fresh

  • Exercise Good for Cancer Patients During, After Treatment
    (15-Nov-2016)
    Studies show better physical function, quality of life for those who did strength training, aerobic activity

  • DNA Isn't Destiny: Healthy Living Can Overcome Genes Linked to Heart Disease
    (14-Nov-2016)
    Study found exercise, healthy diet could lower odds for heart attack even in those at high genetic risk

  • How to Exercise Safely in Smog
    (11-Nov-2016)
    Research suggests a 'sweet spot' where activity's benefits best meet the effects of dirty air

  • How to Exercise Safely in Smog
    (11-Nov-2016)
    Research suggests a 'sweet spot' where activity's benefits best meet the effects of dirty air

  • How to Exercise Safely in Smog
    (11-Nov-2016)
    Research suggests a 'sweet spot' where activity's benefits best meet the effects of dirty air

  • How to Exercise Safely in Smog
    (11-Nov-2016)
    Research suggests a 'sweet spot' where activity's benefits best meet the effects of dirty air

  • Daily Can of Soda Boosts Odds for Prediabetes, Study Finds
    (10-Nov-2016)
    Diet sodas do not appear to pose the same danger, researcher says

  • Friendly Competition on Social Media May Get You to the Gym
    (09-Nov-2016)
    This type of motivation worked even better than a 'supportive' approach, study found

  • Genes May Dictate Your Love -- or Hate -- of Exercise
    (04-Nov-2016)
    Researcher says some people don't get the pleasurable effects from activity that others do

  • Pint-Sized Football Players Still at Risk for Injuries
    (04-Nov-2016)
    Youth leagues attract kids as young as 6, and they should be taught how to play the game safely

  • Pint-Sized Football Players Still at Risk for Injuries
    (04-Nov-2016)
    Youth leagues attract kids as young as 6, and they should be taught how to play the game safely

  • Water: Can It Be Too Much of a Good Thing?
    (03-Nov-2016)
    Athletes and non-athletes alike may overdo it, sometimes with tragic consequences

  • More Years Playing Football, Greater Risk of Brain Disease: Study
    (03-Nov-2016)
    Researchers track link between concussion-related inflammation and degenerative CTE

  • Water: Can It Be Too Much of a Good Thing?
    (03-Nov-2016)
    Athletes and non-athletes alike may overdo it, sometimes with tragic consequences

  • Water: Can It Be Too Much of a Good Thing?
    (03-Nov-2016)
    Athletes and non-athletes alike may overdo it, sometimes with tragic consequences

  • Paintball Causes Many Vision-Robbing Eye Injuries
    (03-Nov-2016)
    Basketball, baseball and cycling accidents threaten eyes in other ways, study finds

  • Icy Slurry May Be Best Way to Hydrate in Extreme Heat: Study
    (02-Nov-2016)
    Water's temperature appears to be more important than how much you drink, researchers find

  • Downside to Exercise for City Kids: More Pollution
    (02-Nov-2016)
    Inhaling black carbon from traffic offsets benefits, environmental health specialist says

  • Pedal Your Way to Heart Health
    (31-Oct-2016)
    Studies find bike users have fewer heart attacks, lower blood pressure

  • Athletes Can Be Champs at Fighting Skin Infections
    (27-Oct-2016)
    Watch out for shared equipment and mats as sources of fungi, bacteria and viruses

  • Athletes Can Be Champs at Fighting Skin Infections
    (27-Oct-2016)
    Watch out for shared equipment and mats as sources of fungi, bacteria and viruses

  • Athletes Can Be Champs at Fighting Skin Infections
    (27-Oct-2016)
    Watch out for shared equipment and mats as sources of fungi, bacteria and viruses

  • Athletes Can Be Champs at Fighting Skin Infections
    (27-Oct-2016)
    Watch out for shared equipment and mats as sources of fungi, bacteria and viruses

  • Athletes Can Be Champs at Fighting Skin Infections
    (27-Oct-2016)
    Watch out for shared equipment and mats as sources of fungi, bacteria and viruses

  • Athletes Can Be Champs at Fighting Skin Infections
    (27-Oct-2016)
    Watch out for shared equipment and mats as sources of fungi, bacteria and viruses

  • Athletes Can Be Champs at Fighting Skin Infections
    (27-Oct-2016)
    Watch out for shared equipment and mats as sources of fungi, bacteria and viruses

  • Athletes Can Be Champs at Fighting Skin Infections
    (27-Oct-2016)
    Watch out for shared equipment and mats as sources of fungi, bacteria and viruses

  • New Guidelines Urge Diabetics to Move More
    (26-Oct-2016)
    They should do light physical activity every 30 minutes, not every 90 minutes

  • New Guidelines Urge Diabetics to Move More
    (26-Oct-2016)
    They should do light physical activity every 30 minutes, not every 90 minutes

  • New Guidelines Urge Diabetics to Move More
    (26-Oct-2016)
    They should do light physical activity every 30 minutes, not every 90 minutes

  • New Guidelines Urge Diabetics to Move More
    (26-Oct-2016)
    They should do light physical activity every 30 minutes, not every 90 minutes

  • Health Tip: Enjoy an Active Autumn
    (25-Oct-2016)
    Suggestions to keep moving

  • Health Tip: Use Football Safety Equipment Correctly
    (25-Oct-2016)
    Tips to ensure proper fit

  • Brain Changes Seen in Kids After One Season of Football
    (24-Oct-2016)
    Not yet clear if those changes are lasting or meaningful

  • Stronger Muscles May Pump Up Your Memory
    (24-Oct-2016)
    Seniors saw lasting changes from weight-lifting twice a week for 6 months, researchers report

  • Brain Changes Seen in Kids After One Season of Football
    (24-Oct-2016)
    Not yet clear if those changes are lasting or meaningful

  • Stronger Muscles May Pump Up Your Memory
    (24-Oct-2016)
    Seniors saw lasting changes from weight-lifting twice a week for 6 months, researchers report

  • Brain Changes Seen in Kids After One Season of Football
    (24-Oct-2016)
    Not yet clear if those changes are lasting or meaningful

  • Health Tip: Beginning Yoga
    (24-Oct-2016)
    Make sure it's safe

  • 1 in 3 Young Athletes With Concussion Returns to Play on Same Day
    (21-Oct-2016)
    But, medical recommendation is to stay out of game after head injury

  • 1 in 3 Young Athletes With Concussion Returns to Play on Same Day
    (21-Oct-2016)
    But, medical recommendation is to stay out of game after head injury

  • 1 in 3 Young Athletes With Concussion Returns to Play on Same Day
    (21-Oct-2016)
    But, medical recommendation is to stay out of game after head injury

  • 1 in 3 Young Athletes With Concussion Returns to Play on Same Day
    (21-Oct-2016)
    But, medical recommendation is to stay out of game after head injury

  • Health Tip: Kick Off Exercise With a Support System
    (20-Oct-2016)
    Reach out to friends and family

  • Exercise May Help People Who Already Have Memory Loss
    (19-Oct-2016)
    But effects only lasted as long as activity continued, study found

  • Health Tip: Choosing a Time to Work Out
    (18-Oct-2016)
    Pick an hour that's most convenient

  • Cost Keeps Many Kids From School Sports, Other Activities
    (18-Oct-2016)
    Poor children missing out on valuable pursuits, survey finds

  • Have Type 2 Diabetes? Try Walking After Eating
    (18-Oct-2016)
    Study found it lowered blood sugar levels more than other exercise, particularly if done after dinner

  • Have Type 2 Diabetes? Try Walking After Eating
    (18-Oct-2016)
    Study found it lowered blood sugar levels more than other exercise, particularly if done after dinner

  • 11 Ways to Stay Safe When Doing Risky Tree Work
    (15-Oct-2016)
    For starters, always assume nearby power lines are energized and take precautions

  • Exercise Can Help Manage Type 1 Diabetes
    (14-Oct-2016)
    But physical activity doesn't replace need for insulin treatment

  • Now Hear This: Wind Noise Can Pose Threat to Cyclists
    (14-Oct-2016)
    Prolonged exposure may lead to permanent hearing loss, researcher says

  • Exercise Can Help Manage Type 1 Diabetes
    (14-Oct-2016)
    But physical activity doesn't replace need for insulin treatment

  • Exercise Typically Healthy During Pregnancy, Olympic Panel Says
    (13-Oct-2016)
    But statement notes that more studies are needed on intense workouts while expecting

  • Exercise Typically Healthy During Pregnancy, Olympic Panel Says
    (13-Oct-2016)
    But statement notes that more studies are needed on intense workouts while expecting

  • Health Tip: Use a Workplace Gym
    (12-Oct-2016)
    It's a great way to fit in exercise

  • Fitbit, Other Heart Rate Wristbands Often Inaccurate: Study
    (12-Oct-2016)
    In test of 4 models, 2 provided 'suboptimal' readings during exercise; none as accurate as chest strap

  • Fitbit, Other Heart Rate Wristbands Often Inaccurate: Study
    (12-Oct-2016)
    In test of 4 models, 2 provided 'suboptimal' readings during exercise; none as accurate as chest strap

  • Fitbit, Other Heart Rate Wristbands Often Inaccurate: Study
    (12-Oct-2016)
    In test of 4 models, 2 provided 'suboptimal' readings during exercise; none as accurate as chest strap

  • Fitbit, Other Heart Rate Wristbands Often Inaccurate: Study
    (12-Oct-2016)
    In test of 4 models, 2 provided 'suboptimal' readings during exercise; none as accurate as chest strap

  • Fitbit, Other Heart Rate Wristbands Often Inaccurate: Study
    (12-Oct-2016)
    In test of 4 models, 2 provided 'suboptimal' readings during exercise; none as accurate as chest strap

  • Leave Those Raking Injuries Behind
    (11-Oct-2016)
    Stretch first, pace yourself and remember to stay well-hydrated

  • Leave Those Raking Injuries Behind
    (11-Oct-2016)
    Stretch first, pace yourself and remember to stay well-hydrated

  • Anger, Heavy Exertion: Fast Track to a Heart Attack?
    (10-Oct-2016)
    But researchers suggest that artery-clogging plaque has to be present to increase risk

  • Back Surgery Doesn't Knock All NFL Players Out of the Game: Study
    (09-Oct-2016)
    Nearly two-thirds of players continue to perform after spinal disc operation, researchers find

  • Back Surgery Doesn't Knock All NFL Players Out of the Game: Study
    (09-Oct-2016)
    Nearly two-thirds of players continue to perform after spinal disc operation, researchers find

  • Health Tip: Exercise Safely With Diabetes
    (07-Oct-2016)
    Talk with your doctor before you start

  • Healthy Living May Mean More Healthy Years for Seniors
    (07-Oct-2016)
    Study found they enjoyed longer spans without disability even as they lived longer

  • Health Tip: Enjoy a Heart-Healthy Football Meal
    (07-Oct-2016)
    Opt for healthier game-day snacks

  • Study Questions the No-Sex-Before-Big-Game Advice
    (07-Oct-2016)
    Researchers find no proof that it hurts athletic performance, and it may even help

  • Healthy Living May Mean More Healthy Years for Seniors
    (07-Oct-2016)
    Study found they enjoyed longer spans without disability even as they lived longer

  • Health Tip: Stretch Before and After a Workout
    (06-Oct-2016)
    Here's how to do it correctly

  • Health Tip: Stretch Before and After a Workout
    (06-Oct-2016)
    Here's how to do it correctly

  • Don't Let the Change of Seasons Put You at Risk
    (06-Oct-2016)
    Editors of Farmers Almanac say fall's shorter days, fickle weather can bring unwelcome surprises

  • Do Activity Trackers Like Fitbit Boost Health?
    (05-Oct-2016)
    If you own one of the devices, 'the news isn't good,' researcher says

  • Do Activity Trackers Like Fitbit Boost Health?
    (05-Oct-2016)
    If you own one of the devices, 'the news isn't good,' researcher says

  • Do Activity Trackers Like Fitbit Boost Health?
    (05-Oct-2016)
    If you own one of the devices, 'the news isn't good,' researcher says

  • 3 Lifestyle Changes To Help Prevent Breast Cancer
    (04-Oct-2016)
    Healthy weight, regular exercise and less alcohol could cut incidence by one-third, cancer expert says

  • It May Be Time to Punt on Your Favorite Football Fare
    (30-Sep-2016)
    Nutrition expert says tailgating standards aren't scoring any heart-health points

  • Exercise May Not Lower Women's Risk of Multiple Sclerosis
    (29-Sep-2016)
    Study shows no benefit, but staying active can help ease disease symptoms, experts say

  • Smart City Planning Can Cut Deadly Diseases, Improve Air Quality
    (26-Sep-2016)
    Study found big benefit in limiting urban sprawl, encouraging walking and biking

  • Smart City Planning Can Cut Deadly Diseases, Improve Air Quality
    (26-Sep-2016)
    Study found big benefit in limiting urban sprawl, encouraging walking and biking

  • 9 of 10 U.S. Teens Don't Get Enough Exercise
    (26-Sep-2016)
    And bad habits continue after high school for most, study shows

  • Exercise Speeds Seniors' Recovery From Disability
    (26-Sep-2016)
    Walking regimen also curbs risk of injury in the first place, study finds

  • Smart City Planning Can Cut Deadly Diseases, Improve Air Quality
    (26-Sep-2016)
    Study found big benefit in limiting urban sprawl, encouraging walking and biking

  • 9 of 10 U.S. Teens Don't Get Enough Exercise
    (26-Sep-2016)
    And bad habits continue after high school for most, study shows

  • Exercise Speeds Seniors' Recovery From Disability
    (26-Sep-2016)
    Walking regimen also curbs risk of injury in the first place, study finds

  • Health Tip: Choose the Right Shoes for Sports
    (23-Sep-2016)
    What to look for

  • Gardening May Give Kids' Diets a Boost
    (23-Sep-2016)
    Those who gardened ate more fruits, veggies by the time they were in college, study shows

  • Why the Teen Years May Not Be Lean Years
    (21-Sep-2016)
    Adolescents burn about 450 fewer calories daily than 10-year-olds, study finds

  • Why the Teen Years May Not Be Lean Years
    (21-Sep-2016)
    Adolescents burn about 450 fewer calories daily than 10-year-olds, study finds

  • Health Tip: Exercise a Painful Knee
    (20-Sep-2016)
    The right activity can help

  • For Kids Playing Pokemon Go, Catch These Safety Tips
    (16-Sep-2016)
    Pediatrics group praises physical activity but warns game could be a dangerous distraction

  • Parents' Use of Outdated Advice May Slow Concussion Recovery
    (16-Sep-2016)
    Once-recommended practices such as waking a sleeping child for periodic checks can delay healing, expert says

  • Diet or Exercise: What's Best for the Middle-Aged Heart
    (15-Sep-2016)
    Study finds each effective, as long as healthy weight loss is the result

  • 31 Million Older Americans Aren't Getting Enough Exercise
    (15-Sep-2016)
    Inactivity boosts their risk for falls, broken bones, serious disease and early death, CDC warns

  • Diet or Exercise: What's Best for the Middle-Aged Heart
    (15-Sep-2016)
    Study finds each effective, as long as healthy weight loss is the result

  • Health Tip: Dress for Workout Success
    (14-Sep-2016)
    The right clothes make exercise more comfortable

  • Bodybuilders' Steroid Abuse Linked to Pre-Diabetic Condition
    (14-Sep-2016)
    Misuse of these drugs may interfere with how the body uses the hormone insulin, research shows

  • Health Tip: Dress for Workout Success
    (14-Sep-2016)
    The right clothes make exercise more comfortable

  • Bodybuilders' Steroid Abuse Linked to Pre-Diabetic Condition
    (14-Sep-2016)
    Misuse of these drugs may interfere with how the body uses the hormone insulin, research shows

  • Health Tip: Don't Skip Flexibility Exercises
    (12-Sep-2016)
    They're important for mind and body

  • Rate of Youth Soccer Injuries More Than Doubled in 25 Years
    (12-Sep-2016)
    Concussion rate jumped almost 1,600 percent in same time period, study found

  • Health Tip: Don't Skip Flexibility Exercises
    (12-Sep-2016)
    They're important for mind and body

  • Rate of Youth Soccer Injuries More Than Doubled in 25 Years
    (12-Sep-2016)
    Concussion rate jumped almost 1,600 percent in same time period, study found

  • Rate of Youth Soccer Injuries More Than Doubled in 25 Years
    (12-Sep-2016)
    Concussion rate jumped almost 1,600 percent in same time period, study found

  • Play to Win When It Comes to Kids and Sports Pain
    (10-Sep-2016)
    Take injuries seriously, and if no improvement in a few days, see a doctor, specialist says

  • Play to Win When It Comes to Kids and Sports Pain
    (10-Sep-2016)
    Take injuries seriously, and if no improvement in a few days, see a doctor, specialist says

  • What's Regular Exercise Worth? Maybe $2,500 Per Year
    (08-Sep-2016)
    That's how much a new study says the average adult with heart disease might save in health care costs

  • Can Exercise Offset Alcohol's Damaging Effects?
    (08-Sep-2016)
    Even gardening, brisk walking may reduce your risk of booze-related death, researchers say

  • The Football Injuries Most Likely to End an NFL Career
    (08-Sep-2016)
    Study found tendon, ligament troubles are hardest to recover from

  • Concussion Video Kicks Off NFL Season
    (08-Sep-2016)
    Sent to every player, it describes return-to-play rules and how to recognize when to seek help

  • Parents Can Play Key Role in Setting Healthy Habits for Kids
    (02-Sep-2016)
    Shut down the iPads and lead by example, study suggests

  • Health Tip: Practice Safety When Fishing
    (01-Sep-2016)
    Don't forget the life jackets

  • Review Suggests Safe, Effective Ways to Relieve Pain Without Meds
    (01-Sep-2016)
    Approaches such as acupuncture, massage and tai chi may ease discomfort

  • Health Tip: Make Yourself Seen When Exercising in the Dark
    (31-Aug-2016)
    Take precautions so you're visible to drivers

  • Want Better Heart Health? There's an App for That
    (31-Aug-2016)
    Smartphones can help keep you on track with lifestyle changes

  • Health Tip: Make Yourself Seen When Exercising in the Dark
    (31-Aug-2016)
    Take precautions so you're visible to drivers

  • Health Tip: Why Warm-Up?
    (29-Aug-2016)
    It prepares your body for exercise

  • Risks Spike If Young Athletes Specialize Too Soon
    (29-Aug-2016)
    Pediatricians' group suggests kids play multiple sports

  • Over 64? Want to Cut Your Heart Disease Risk? Try Exercise
    (29-Aug-2016)
    Finnish study finds even moderate exercise lowers odds of early death

  • Risks Spike If Young Athletes Specialize Too Soon
    (29-Aug-2016)
    Pediatricians' group suggests kids play multiple sports

  • Even a Little Exercise May Help Stave Off Dementia
    (26-Aug-2016)
    Sedentary seniors more likely to suffer mental decline, study finds

  • First Days of Preseason Practice Pose Big Heat Risks for College Football Players
    (26-Aug-2016)
    Coaches, trainers need to be aware of heat illness symptoms, study suggests

  • First Days of Preseason Practice Pose Big Heat Risks for College Football Players
    (26-Aug-2016)
    Coaches, trainers need to be aware of heat illness symptoms, study suggests

  • Health Tip: Help Kids Get Enough Exercise
    (25-Aug-2016)
    Make sure they're meeting these guidelines

  • Health Tip: Explaining Circuit Training
    (24-Aug-2016)
    Here's how it works

  • Health Tip: Explaining Circuit Training
    (24-Aug-2016)
    Here's how it works

  • Young Football Players Tackle Greatest Concussion Risk at Practice
    (23-Aug-2016)
    But experts disagree about whether certain collision drills should be curtailed

  • Young Football Players Tackle Greatest Concussion Risk at Practice
    (23-Aug-2016)
    But experts disagree about whether certain collision drills should be curtailed

  • Teen Student-Athletes Often Unfit, Overweight
    (22-Aug-2016)
    Philadelphia study found 15 percent who underwent physical exams also had high blood pressure

  • 10 Easy Ways to Build Activity Into Your Workday Routine
    (18-Aug-2016)
    Sitting at your desk all day increases your risk for heart attack, stroke and even death

  • 10 Easy Ways to Build Activity Into Your Workday Routine
    (18-Aug-2016)
    Sitting at your desk all day increases your risk for heart attack, stroke and even death

  • Healthy Diet, Exercise May Help Keep Alzheimer's at Bay
    (17-Aug-2016)
    Study finds people who are active and eat well have fewer brain effects linked to the disease

  • 7 Ways to Avoid Serious Injury From School Sports
    (17-Aug-2016)
    Know how to reduce the risk of getting hurt so you'll be able to help your team compete

  • Health Tip: Boost Your Health With Exercise
    (16-Aug-2016)
    Some probable benefits

  • Injuries at Indoor Trampoline Parks Jump
    (16-Aug-2016)
    Researchers say finding shows need for safety standards

  • Unhealthy Habits May Cost Canadians 6 Years of Life
    (16-Aug-2016)
    Smoking, inactivity top the list of culprits, researchers say

  • Health Tip: Boost Your Health With Exercise
    (16-Aug-2016)
    Some probable benefits

  • Injuries at Indoor Trampoline Parks Jump
    (16-Aug-2016)
    Researchers say finding shows need for safety standards

  • Health Tip: Know Your Risk of Stress Fracture
    (15-Aug-2016)
    Here's what increases your chances

  • Exercise Not an 'Antidote' to Too Much Sitting, Heart Experts Say
    (15-Aug-2016)
    American Heart Association statement says it's not enough to move to boost health, you have to sit less

  • Taking a Bike Ride? Don't Forget Your Helmet
    (13-Aug-2016)
    Wearing the right head gear will dramatically reduce your risk of serious injury or even death

  • Ditch Your Car, Ride Your Bike and Check Your Scale
    (12-Aug-2016)
    European study finds people who mostly use bikes to get around weigh less

  • Keep Your Kids Active and Injury-Free
    (12-Aug-2016)
    What you should know before children participate in youth sports

  • Keep Your Kids Active and Injury-Free
    (12-Aug-2016)
    What you should know before children participate in youth sports

  • Scientists Zero in on Brain Area Linked to 'Parkinson's Gait'
    (12-Aug-2016)
    Discovery could lead to new treatments for the disease's jerky, unbalanced walking, researchers say

  • U.S. Kids Don't Make the Grade on Heart Health
    (11-Aug-2016)
    Most don't eat right or get enough exercise, and the American Heart Association warns of problems ahead

  • Health Tip: Buy the Right Running Shoes
    (11-Aug-2016)
    How to determine which are best

  • Regular Exercise: Antidote for Deadly Diseases?
    (10-Aug-2016)
    High levels of physical activity linked to lower risk for two cancers, diabetes, heart disease and stroke

  • Drivers Take Care! Kids Are Heading Back to School
    (10-Aug-2016)
    The hours just before and after school are most dangerous for young pedestrians

  • Health Tip: Exercising in the Heat
    (09-Aug-2016)
    Take steps to keep cooler

  • Fidget Your Way to a Healthier Heart
    (09-Aug-2016)
    Tapping toes, other movement when sitting for long periods may help benefit blood vessels, study suggests

  • Health Tip: Exercising in the Heat
    (09-Aug-2016)
    Take steps to keep cooler

  • Even Poorer Nations Not Immune to High Blood Pressure
    (08-Aug-2016)
    Researchers cite aging populations, diet, inactivity and lack of preventive care

  • Does 'Cupping' = Success for Olympic Athletes?
    (08-Aug-2016)
    Telltale red circles of ancient Chinese practice said to boost blood flow, rejuvenate muscles

  • How to Have Fun -- and Stay Safe -- at the Beach or Pool
    (06-Aug-2016)
    These water-safety tips from the American Red Cross could save a life

  • Don't Shrug Off Shoulder Safety When Playing Summer Sports
    (05-Aug-2016)
    Golfing, swimming and volleyball can be especially hard on your upper back and shoulders

  • Don't Shrug Off Shoulder Safety When Playing Summer Sports
    (05-Aug-2016)
    Golfing, swimming and volleyball can be especially hard on your upper back and shoulders

  • Don't Shrug Off Shoulder Safety When Playing Summer Sports
    (05-Aug-2016)
    Golfing, swimming and volleyball can be especially hard on your upper back and shoulders

  • Don't Shrug Off Shoulder Safety When Playing Summer Sports
    (05-Aug-2016)
    Golfing, swimming and volleyball can be especially hard on your upper back and shoulders

  • Don't Shrug Off Shoulder Safety When Playing Summer Sports
    (05-Aug-2016)
    Golfing, swimming and volleyball can be especially hard on your upper back and shoulders

  • When Diabetes Strikes, Get Moving to Lower Risk to Eyes
    (04-Aug-2016)
    Study finds association between inactivity and heightened odds for diabetic retinopathy

  • Sickle Cell Trait Not Linked to Early Death in Study
    (03-Aug-2016)
    However, black soldiers with the gene variant face higher risk of muscle deterioration during exercise

  • Health Tip: Reap the Benefits of High-Intensity Interval Training
    (01-Aug-2016)
    It can help you lose excess weight

  • Age-Related Declines Evident Before 60
    (01-Aug-2016)
    Study suggests strength, endurance regimens should start sooner rather than later

  • Health Tip: Protect Kids During Summer
    (01-Aug-2016)
    Here's what parents can do

  • Injuries Soar as Trampoline Parks Expand
    (01-Aug-2016)
    Broken bones, fractures the most common complaints

  • Summer Days Shouldn't Be Lazy for Kids
    (30-Jul-2016)
    Physical education expert says children should stay active during school vacation

  • Hour of Exercise a Day May Offset Sitting's Toll on Health
    (28-Jul-2016)
    Study found risk of early death dropped when physical activity levels went up

  • Hour of Exercise a Day May Offset Sitting's Toll on Health
    (28-Jul-2016)
    Study found risk of early death dropped when physical activity levels went up

  • Hour of Exercise a Day May Offset Sitting's Toll on Health
    (28-Jul-2016)
    Study found risk of early death dropped when physical activity levels went up

  • Exercise May Keep Diabetes in Check During Pregnancy
    (27-Jul-2016)
    Short walks and some strength training each week made a difference for obese women, researchers say

  • Lack of Fitness Second Only to Smoking as Predictor of Early Death: Study
    (27-Jul-2016)
    Increases in fitness levels were associated with greater longevity

  • Safer Heads Prevail With New High School Football Rule
    (27-Jul-2016)
    When full-contact practices were limited, blows to the head dropped, study found

  • Safer Heads Prevail With New High School Football Rule
    (27-Jul-2016)
    When full-contact practices were limited, blows to the head dropped, study found

  • Even a Little Exercise May Help Younger Women's Hearts
    (25-Jul-2016)
    Those active about 2.5 hours a week had 25 percent lower disease risk than those who weren't, study found

  • Painkillers for Teen Athletes Won't Spur Addiction: Study
    (25-Jul-2016)
    Sports may actually provide protective effect against opioid abuse

  • Even a Little Exercise May Help Younger Women's Hearts
    (25-Jul-2016)
    Those active about 2.5 hours a week had 25 percent lower disease risk than those who weren't, study found

  • Painkillers for Teen Athletes Won't Spur Addiction: Study
    (25-Jul-2016)
    Sports may actually provide protective effect against opioid abuse

  • Even a Little Exercise May Help Younger Women's Hearts
    (25-Jul-2016)
    Those active about 2.5 hours a week had 25 percent lower disease risk than those who weren't, study found

  • Health Tip: Get Fit While Watching TV
    (22-Jul-2016)
    Here's what you can do

  • Health Tip: Get Fit While Watching TV
    (22-Jul-2016)
    Here's what you can do

  • 'Walking Meetings' May Boost Employee Health, Productivity
    (22-Jul-2016)
    They increase on-the-job activity levels for white-collar workers, study found

  • Is Surgery Always Needed for Meniscal Tears of the Knee?
    (21-Jul-2016)
    Study suggests exercise will work on its own, but two experts say surgery still has big role to play

  • Brisk Walking May Help Ward Off Diabetes
    (20-Jul-2016)
    Researchers determine the best amount for lowering elevated blood sugar

  • College Linemen Larger Than Ever, Study Finds
    (19-Jul-2016)
    These athletes will need help adopting healthy lifestyles after their careers end, researcher says

  • Health Tip: Protect Against Athlete's Foot
    (18-Jul-2016)
    Always wear shoes

  • 3 Health Issues That Can Threaten Young Female Athletes
    (18-Jul-2016)
    Pediatricians' group urges members to watch out for the 'female triad'

  • 3 Health Issues That Can Threaten Young Female Athletes
    (18-Jul-2016)
    Pediatricians' group urges members to watch out for the 'female triad'

  • Concussion Study Shows Player-to-Player Hits Most Damaging
    (18-Jul-2016)
    Running longer before the contact happens also spells more trouble

  • Obese Teens Take Weight-Loss Surgery in Stride
    (18-Jul-2016)
    Procedure led to better walking, eased pain and improved heart rate, study shows

  • 3 Health Issues That Can Threaten Young Female Athletes
    (18-Jul-2016)
    Pediatricians' group urges members to watch out for the 'female triad'

  • 3 Health Issues That Can Threaten Young Female Athletes
    (18-Jul-2016)
    Pediatricians' group urges members to watch out for the 'female triad'

  • 3 Health Issues That Can Threaten Young Female Athletes
    (18-Jul-2016)
    Pediatricians' group urges members to watch out for the 'female triad'

  • Obese Teens Take Weight-Loss Surgery in Stride
    (18-Jul-2016)
    Procedure led to better walking, eased pain and improved heart rate, study shows

  • Play 'Pokemon Go' Without Landing in the ER
    (15-Jul-2016)
    Distracted walking a growing threat as players pursue virtual monsters in smartphone game

  • Is Swimming Safe in Areas With the Freshwater 'Brain-Eating' Amoeba?
    (14-Jul-2016)
    No need to avoid lakes and rivers -- disease experts say infection is exceedingly rare

  • Is Swimming Safe in Areas With the Freshwater 'Brain-Eating' Amoeba?
    (14-Jul-2016)
    No need to avoid lakes and rivers -- disease experts say infection is exceedingly rare

  • Pedal Away From Type 2 Diabetes
    (12-Jul-2016)
    Study finds biking may help adults avoid the blood sugar disorder

  • Pedal Away From Type 2 Diabetes
    (12-Jul-2016)
    Study finds biking may help adults avoid the blood sugar disorder

  • Headed to the Pool? Protect Yourself From the Poop
    (09-Jul-2016)
    Bacteria and viruses can make you sick if you don't take precautions, doctor advises

  • Headed to the Pool? Protect Yourself From the Poop
    (09-Jul-2016)
    Bacteria and viruses can make you sick if you don't take precautions, doctor advises

  • Health Tip: Balancing Exercise and Nutrition
    (08-Jul-2016)
    Feed your body well to support your workouts

  • Why Breast Cancer Survivors Should Exercise
    (08-Jul-2016)
    Moderate physical activity can ease stress that impairs memory, study suggests

  • Are High School Athletes at Risk From Artificial Turf?
    (08-Jul-2016)
    Many schools use lower amounts of fake soil as a cost-saving measure, researcher reports

  • Are High School Athletes at Risk From Artificial Turf?
    (08-Jul-2016)
    Many schools use lower amounts of fake soil as a cost-saving measure, researcher reports

  • Exercise May Help Ease Adult ADHD Symptoms
    (06-Jul-2016)
    Activity won't replace standard treatments, but could be helpful add-on

  • Exercise May Help Ease Adult ADHD Symptoms
    (06-Jul-2016)
    Activity won't replace standard treatments, but could be helpful add-on

  • Health Tip: Exercise for Better Sleep
    (04-Jul-2016)
    It can ease stress and prepare you for rest

  • Family Key to Helping Teens Avoid Obesity
    (01-Jul-2016)
    Good relationship with parents, especially between fathers and sons, fosters healthy habits, study finds

  • Concussions Strike 1 in 3 Water Polo Players
    (29-Jun-2016)
    Average was just over 2 per person, and study found they were more common among females

  • Walking: The Cheap, Easy Workout
    (28-Jun-2016)
    And it's a good way to start exercising, doctors say

  • Sudden Heart Death More Common in Male Minority Athletes
    (28-Jun-2016)
    Inherited condition often the cause, study says

  • Walking: The Cheap, Easy Workout
    (28-Jun-2016)
    And it's a good way to start exercising, doctors say

  • Health Tip: Keep Pushing Through Your Workout
    (23-Jun-2016)
    Consider these energy boosters

  • Guidelines Stop Heat Stroke Deaths in High School Athletes
    (23-Jun-2016)
    Protocols help get students used to the heat during preseason practice

  • Healthy Living Slashes Cancer Risk
    (23-Jun-2016)
    The 'good' life cuts tumor odds up to 45 percent and risk of cancer death up to 61 percent, study finds

  • Guidelines Stop Heat Stroke Deaths in High School Athletes
    (23-Jun-2016)
    Protocols help get students used to the heat during preseason practice

  • Healthy Living Slashes Cancer Risk
    (23-Jun-2016)
    The 'good' life cuts tumor odds up to 45 percent and risk of cancer death up to 61 percent, study finds

  • Guidelines Stop Heat Stroke Deaths in High School Athletes
    (23-Jun-2016)
    Protocols help get students used to the heat during preseason practice

  • Alternative Medicine Taking Hold Among Americans: Report
    (22-Jun-2016)
    More than $30 billion paid out-of-pocket for acupuncture, yoga, chiropractic care, supplements

  • Health Tip: Exercising During Pregnancy
    (21-Jun-2016)
    Check with your doctor first

  • Exercise May Help Thwart Ovarian Cancer
    (21-Jun-2016)
    Chronic inactivity linked to greater risk for the disease in study

  • Almost 2 Million U.S. Kids Get Concussions a Year: Study
    (20-Jun-2016)
    Estimate is still likely low, specialist says

  • How to Prevent Painful Swimmer's Ear
    (18-Jun-2016)
    Simple steps after a day in the water help prevent infection, expert says

  • Aging May Blunt Some of Exercise's Benefits
    (17-Jun-2016)
    But, that's no excuse for seniors to abandon healthy habits

  • Aging May Blunt Some of Exercise's Benefits
    (17-Jun-2016)
    But, that's no excuse for seniors to abandon healthy habits

  • Time Zone Changes Give Edge to Athletes From West
    (17-Jun-2016)
    Professional teams traveling from later to earlier time zones win more, study finds

  • Want New Knowledge to Stick? Head Straight to a Workout
    (16-Jun-2016)
    Exercise needs to occur about 4 hours after lesson, study suggests

  • Health Tip: Exercising for Seniors
    (15-Jun-2016)
    Start slow and take it easy

  • Got a Spare 15 Minutes? A Little Exercise May Boost Life Span
    (14-Jun-2016)
    Study finds even modest daily workouts make a difference for older adults

  • Health Tip: Recognizing Toenail Fungus
    (10-Jun-2016)
    Some typical symptoms

  • Health Tip: Fight Inflammation With Diet and Exercise
    (10-Jun-2016)
    Suggestions to help ward off illness

  • Middle-Age Fitness Helps Ward Off Stroke Later
    (09-Jun-2016)
    Study finds this one thing reduces risk by 37 percent

  • Middle-Age Fitness Helps Ward Off Stroke Later
    (09-Jun-2016)
    Study finds this one thing reduces risk by 37 percent

  • Older Runners Can Maintain Their 'Fuel Efficiency'
    (09-Jun-2016)
    Rate of oxygen consumption differs little between active seniors and younger runners: study

  • Bifocals Might Trip You Up
    (09-Jun-2016)
    Some eyeglasses may cause blurry vision, so seniors need to watch their step, researchers say

  • Health Tip: Enjoy an Active Summer
    (08-Jun-2016)
    Suggested activities for warmer weather

  • Health Tip: Enjoy an Active Summer
    (08-Jun-2016)
    Suggested activities for warmer weather

  • Clean Pools Can Still Pose Health Hazards
    (02-Jun-2016)
    When disinfectants mix with sweat, personal care products and urine, dangerous byproducts can form, study says

  • Health Tip: Make Time for Fitness
    (01-Jun-2016)
    Exercise at home or between tasks

  • Health Tip: Make Time for Fitness
    (01-Jun-2016)
    Exercise at home or between tasks

  • Baby's Early Walking May Mean Stronger Bones as Teen
    (31-May-2016)
    Researchers say parents can help improve odds by practicing with toddlers at home

  • Lifestyle May Be Key to Improving ADHD in Kids
    (30-May-2016)
    Healthier habits related to exercise and diet could help many with the disorder, researcher says

  • Fastballs a Fast Track to 'Tommy John Surgery'?
    (26-May-2016)
    Other pitches not linked to the elbow injury, study says

  • Health Tip: Protect Your Hands While Gardening
    (26-May-2016)
    Wear gloves, and watch for hazards

  • Fastballs a Fast Track to 'Tommy John Surgery'?
    (26-May-2016)
    Other pitches not linked to the elbow injury, study says

  • Message for Heart Failure Patients: Exercise
    (26-May-2016)
    You'll feel better and maybe even live longer, researcher says

  • No Welcome Mats for Diabetes, Obesity in 'Walkable' Neighborhoods
    (24-May-2016)
    Urban design can play a role in public health, experts suggest

  • No Welcome Mats for Diabetes, Obesity in 'Walkable' Neighborhoods
    (24-May-2016)
    Urban design can play a role in public health, experts suggest

  • Tai Chi: Rx for Arthritic Knees
    (23-May-2016)
    As effective as physical therapy, study suggests, plus it might also improve depression

  • Tai Chi: Rx for Arthritic Knees
    (23-May-2016)
    As effective as physical therapy, study suggests, plus it might also improve depression

  • Health Tip: Enjoy Screen-Free Fun With Your Preschooler
    (20-May-2016)
    Activities to get creativity flowing

  • Health Tip: Reduce Your Risk of a Stress Fracture
    (20-May-2016)
    Don't push too hard during exercise

  • Delayed Treatment for Concussion May Prolong Recovery
    (20-May-2016)
    College athletes not evaluated immediately were sidelined 5 days longer, study found

  • Concussion Tied to More School Problems Than Other Sports Injuries
    (20-May-2016)
    Study suggests need for 'return-to-learn' guidelines

  • Growth Spurts Can Throw Off Teen Boys' Strut
    (20-May-2016)
    Coordination may be affected by quick addition of height, researchers say

  • Thousands of Public Pools, Hot Tubs Closed for Dirty Water: CDC
    (19-May-2016)
    Inspections in 5 states found kiddie pools had the most problems, with 1 in 5 shut down for violations

  • Health Tip: Practice Rhythmic Breathing
    (18-May-2016)
    It may raise exercise performance

  • Too Few Americans Take Advantage of Local Parks
    (18-May-2016)
    Modest changes would attract more adults, seniors and females, report says

  • Experts Rank America's 'Fittest Cities' -- Is Yours One of Them?
    (18-May-2016)
    A lower smoking rate helped Washington, D.C., edge out Minneapolis and Denver, report says

  • Experts Rank America's 'Fittest Cities' -- Is Yours One of Them?
    (18-May-2016)
    A lower smoking rate helped Washington, D.C., edge out Minneapolis and Denver, report says

  • Joe Montana Scoring Points Against Heart Disease
    (17-May-2016)
    Former Super Bowl MVP focuses on daily exercise and limiting red meat, salty foods

  • Joe Montana Scoring Points Against Heart Disease
    (17-May-2016)
    Former Super Bowl MVP focuses on daily exercise and limiting red meat, salty foods

  • As Fitness Levels Rise, Diabetes Risk Drops
    (17-May-2016)
    But change requires dedication to regular exercise in the long run, study shows

  • Joe Montana Scoring Points Against Heart Disease
    (17-May-2016)
    Former Super Bowl MVP focuses on daily exercise and limiting red meat, salty foods

  • Exercise May Cut Risk of 13 Cancers, Study Suggests
    (16-May-2016)
    Moderate and vigorous activity includes brisk walking, tennis, jogging, swimming

  • Exercise May Cut Risk of 13 Cancers, Study Suggests
    (16-May-2016)
    Moderate and vigorous activity includes brisk walking, tennis, jogging, swimming

  • Exercise May Cut Risk of 13 Cancers, Study Suggests
    (16-May-2016)
    Moderate and vigorous activity includes brisk walking, tennis, jogging, swimming

  • Exercise May Cut Risk of 13 Cancers, Study Suggests
    (16-May-2016)
    Moderate and vigorous activity includes brisk walking, tennis, jogging, swimming

  • Exercise May Cut Risk of 13 Cancers, Study Suggests
    (16-May-2016)
    Moderate and vigorous activity includes brisk walking, tennis, jogging, swimming

  • A Barefoot Run Might Be a Brain Booster
    (13-May-2016)
    Avoiding injury requires greater concentration and mental power, research suggests

  • Inactive Women May Face Higher Risk for Cervical Cancer
    (13-May-2016)
    But study found just 30 minutes of exercise a week might lower chances of disease

  • A Barefoot Run Might Be a Brain Booster
    (13-May-2016)
    Avoiding injury requires greater concentration and mental power, research suggests

  • Health Tip: Keep Your Head in the Game
    (12-May-2016)
    Suggestions for staying calm

  • Even Mild Football Head Hits Can Harm Vision
    (12-May-2016)
    Study of college players raises concerns about repetitive non-concussive impacts

  • Study: Ex-NFL Players Aren't at Greater Risk for Suicide
    (11-May-2016)
    Rate was lower than would be expected among the general population, researchers say

  • Study: Ex-NFL Players Aren't at Greater Risk for Suicide
    (11-May-2016)
    Rate was lower than would be expected among the general population, researchers say

  • Pumping Iron? Try Longer Breaks Between Sets for Max Muscles
    (10-May-2016)
    Study suggests 5-minute rest periods, at least for novices

  • Could Nasal Spray Curtail Nighttime Bathroom Trips?
    (09-May-2016)
    Exercise also touted as an answer to 'nocturia'

  • Restoring Blood Flow Beats Exercise for Poor Leg Circulation
    (05-May-2016)
    Opening vessels could prevent new scarring in muscles, researchers say

  • Exercise Is Good for You, Even in Polluted Cities: Study
    (05-May-2016)
    Walking and cycling also help to curtail unwanted emissions, British researchers say

  • Health Tip: Walking is Good for You
    (05-May-2016)
    Here are potential benefits

  • Restoring Blood Flow Beats Exercise for Poor Leg Circulation
    (05-May-2016)
    Opening vessels could prevent new scarring in muscles, researchers say

  • Seniors: Pump Iron, Live Longer
    (04-May-2016)
    Twice-weekly strength training cut risk of dying during 15-year study

  • Seniors: Pump Iron, Live Longer
    (04-May-2016)
    Twice-weekly strength training cut risk of dying during 15-year study

  • Seniors: Pump Iron, Live Longer
    (04-May-2016)
    Twice-weekly strength training cut risk of dying during 15-year study

  • High School Football Players Suffer More Symptoms After Concussion: Study
    (02-May-2016)
    Meanwhile, youth league players most likely to return to field less than 24 hours after head injury

  • Building Muscle Could Boost the Body's Most Important Muscle
    (28-Apr-2016)
    People with heart disease should prioritize weight training over weight loss, study says

  • Building Muscle Could Boost the Body's Most Important Muscle
    (28-Apr-2016)
    People with heart disease should prioritize weight training over weight loss, study says

  • Gotta Minute? Get a Good Workout
    (27-Apr-2016)
    Study found 60 seconds of intense exercise as effective as 45 minutes of moderate exertion

  • Health Tip: Choose Energy-Boosting Foods
    (27-Apr-2016)
    The right diet fuels your workout

  • Skateboarding Mishaps Send 176 U.S. Kids to ERs Every Day
    (27-Apr-2016)
    Protective gear is essential for preventing injuries, experts say

  • Gotta Minute? Get a Good Workout
    (27-Apr-2016)
    Study found 60 seconds of intense exercise as effective as 45 minutes of moderate exertion

  • Americans Getting Adequate Water Daily, CDC Finds
    (26-Apr-2016)
    Men take in an average of 14 cups a day, women almost 12

  • Swim Safely This Summer
    (23-Apr-2016)
    Use life jackets when needed, supervise kids at all times, American Red Cross says

  • Retirement Can Be Golden for Your Health
    (22-Apr-2016)
    When people stop working, they sit less, move more and get a better night's sleep, study says

  • Let Safety Bloom in Your Garden This Season
    (22-Apr-2016)
    There are ways to shield yourself from bug bites, excess sun and other backyard hazards, experts say

  • Let Safety Bloom in Your Garden This Season
    (22-Apr-2016)
    There are ways to shield yourself from bug bites, excess sun and other backyard hazards, experts say

  • Health Tip: Start Changing Your Lifestyle
    (21-Apr-2016)
    Begin with these four simple steps

  • Previous Mental Distress May Slow Concussion Recovery
    (20-Apr-2016)
    If 'psychosomatic symptoms' were present before head injury, it took twice as long for most athletes to get better, study found

  • Previous Mental Distress May Slow Concussion Recovery
    (20-Apr-2016)
    If 'psychosomatic symptoms' were present before head injury, it took twice as long for most athletes to get better, study found

  • Previous Mental Distress May Slow Concussion Recovery
    (20-Apr-2016)
    If 'psychosomatic symptoms' were present before head injury, it took twice as long for most athletes to get better, study found

  • Previous Mental Distress May Slow Concussion Recovery
    (20-Apr-2016)
    If 'psychosomatic symptoms' were present before head injury, it took twice as long for most athletes to get better, study found

  • Regular Exercise May Boost Prostate Cancer Survival
    (18-Apr-2016)
    Study found that men who exercised the most had the best outcomes

  • To Be a Safe Boater, Be a Smart Boater
    (15-Apr-2016)
    Experts offer tips on how to enjoy the water without risking injury

  • To Be a Safe Boater, Be a Smart Boater
    (15-Apr-2016)
    Experts offer tips on how to enjoy the water without risking injury

  • To Be a Safe Boater, Be a Smart Boater
    (15-Apr-2016)
    Experts offer tips on how to enjoy the water without risking injury

  • Health Tip: Wear a Bike Helment
    (13-Apr-2016)
    First, figure out which to buy

  • Does Exercise Help or Hinder Your Diet?
    (13-Apr-2016)
    Research shows a workout dulls the appetite, at least temporarily

  • Does Exercise Help or Hinder Your Diet?
    (13-Apr-2016)
    Research shows a workout dulls the appetite, at least temporarily

  • Health Tip: Exercise for a Healthier Heart
    (11-Apr-2016)
    Activity helps protect against heart disease

  • Cheap Tape May Keep Blisters Off Runners' Feet
    (11-Apr-2016)
    Researchers find an easy, effective solution to a perennial problem

  • Study Suggests Brain Damage in 40 Percent of Ex-NFL Players
    (11-Apr-2016)
    More than 42 percent also exhibit problems with thinking and memory, researchers say

  • Health Tip: Exercise for a Healthier Heart
    (11-Apr-2016)
    Activity helps protect against heart disease

  • Cheap Tape May Keep Blisters Off Runners' Feet
    (11-Apr-2016)
    Researchers find an easy, effective solution to a perennial problem

  • Exercise May Counter Harms From Too Much Sitting, Study Says
    (08-Apr-2016)
    Fewer risks for heart disease, diabetes seen among physically active adults

  • Schools in Most States Skimp on Phys Ed, Study Finds
    (08-Apr-2016)
    Only Oregon and D.C. require recommended amount of physical activity; many states withhold it or use it as punishment

  • Health Tip: Need a Time-Out From Athletic Training?
    (07-Apr-2016)
    Signs that you need a rest

  • Too Much Sitting May Shorten Your Life, Study Suggests
    (07-Apr-2016)
    Getting out of the chair for just 30 minutes more a day has health benefits, researchers say

  • Intensive Exercise a Fountain of Youth for Aging Muscles
    (06-Apr-2016)
    Study found muscle tissues of elderly athletes more robust and younger than those of non-athletic peers

  • Intensive Exercise a Fountain of Youth for Aging Muscles
    (06-Apr-2016)
    Study found muscle tissues of elderly athletes more robust and younger than those of non-athletic peers

  • Intensive Exercise a Fountain of Youth for Aging Muscles
    (06-Apr-2016)
    Study found muscle tissues of elderly athletes more robust and younger than those of non-athletic peers

  • Common Irregular Heartbeat May Hamper Seniors' Walking Ability
    (05-Apr-2016)
    Atrial fibrillation tied to faster physical decline, study finds

  • Common Irregular Heartbeat May Hamper Seniors' Walking Ability
    (05-Apr-2016)
    Atrial fibrillation tied to faster physical decline, study finds

  • Right Neighborhood May Mean 90 Extra Minutes of Exercise a Week
    (01-Apr-2016)
    10-nation study shows those in activity-friendly urban areas walk a lot more

  • Right Neighborhood May Mean 90 Extra Minutes of Exercise a Week
    (01-Apr-2016)
    10-nation study shows those in activity-friendly urban areas walk a lot more

  • Cold Weather Can Spike Football Injuries, Study Finds
    (31-Mar-2016)
    NFL concussions and ankle injuries more likely in lower temperatures, Canadian researchers say

  • Cold Weather Can Spike Football Injuries, Study Finds
    (31-Mar-2016)
    NFL concussions and ankle injuries more likely in lower temperatures, Canadian researchers say

  • Cold Weather Can Spike Football Injuries, Study Finds
    (31-Mar-2016)
    NFL concussions and ankle injuries more likely in lower temperatures, Canadian researchers say

  • Health Tip: Fighting Stress
    (29-Mar-2016)
    Distract yourself from worries

  • Stay Safe in the Water This Spring Break
    (29-Mar-2016)
    Vigilance at the beach is key, especially for young children, expert says

  • Stay Safe in the Water This Spring Break
    (29-Mar-2016)
    Vigilance at the beach is key, especially for young children, expert says

  • Study: Blood Test May Help Diagnose Concussions
    (28-Mar-2016)
    Tell-tale protein can be found in blood as long as a week after a head injury, research suggests

  • Injuries More Common in Teens Who Focus on Single Sport
    (26-Mar-2016)
    Study shows the more teens specialize, the greater the risk of knee and hip problems

  • Injuries More Common in Teens Who Focus on Single Sport
    (26-Mar-2016)
    Study shows the more teens specialize, the greater the risk of knee and hip problems

  • Spring a Good Time to Instill Healthy Habits in Kids
    (25-Mar-2016)
    Outside activity feels less like a chore when the weather is warm, expert suggests

  • Spring a Good Time to Instill Healthy Habits in Kids
    (25-Mar-2016)
    Outside activity feels less like a chore when the weather is warm, expert suggests

  • Health Tip: Make Your Workouts More Intense
    (24-Mar-2016)
    Guidelines for safe exercise

  • Less Than 3 Percent of Americans Live a Healthy Lifestyle
    (23-Mar-2016)
    Factors studied included not smoking, eating right, exercising and keeping a low percentage of body fat

  • Exercise May Keep Your Brain 10 Years Younger, Study Suggests
    (23-Mar-2016)
    Physically active seniors stayed mentally sharper than their sedentary peers

  • Less Than 3 Percent of Americans Live a Healthy Lifestyle
    (23-Mar-2016)
    Factors studied included not smoking, eating right, exercising and keeping a low percentage of body fat

  • Exercise Helps Ease Psychosis Symptoms
    (18-Mar-2016)
    Personalized workouts included at least 100 minutes of vigorous activity each week, researchers said

  • Exercise May Extend Lives of People With COPD
    (18-Mar-2016)
    Study seems to show a big benefit, and experts say activity can help lungs stay healthy

  • Many Men Have Body Image Issues, Too
    (18-Mar-2016)
    Study finds appearance, weight, muscle tone often affect how guys feel about themselves

  • Biking or Walking to Work Helps Keep You Fit
    (17-Mar-2016)
    Middle-aged folks who had an 'active' commute weighed less than their driving peers

  • Health Tip: Enjoy a Healthy Family Vacation
    (17-Mar-2016)
    Stay active and make healthier food choices

  • Biking or Walking to Work Helps Keep You Fit
    (17-Mar-2016)
    Middle-aged folks who had an 'active' commute weighed less than their driving peers

  • Biking or Walking to Work Helps Keep You Fit
    (17-Mar-2016)
    Middle-aged folks who had an 'active' commute weighed less than their driving peers

  • Health Tip: Use Proper Lifting Technique
    (16-Mar-2016)
    To prevent straining your back

  • Want to Keep an Aging Brain Sharp? Try the Stairs
    (15-Mar-2016)
    Fitness is key, researchers say, and education can also help

  • School-Based 'Overweight Warnings' May Not Keep Girls Slim
    (14-Mar-2016)
    NYC study found no effect for students at or near the cutoff for being overweight

  • Exercise Doesn't Seem to Affect Breast Density
    (11-Mar-2016)
    Physical activity's positive effect on breast cancer stems from another cause, researchers suggest

  • Exercise Doesn't Seem to Affect Breast Density
    (11-Mar-2016)
    Physical activity's positive effect on breast cancer stems from another cause, researchers suggest

  • Even Gardening or Dancing Might Cut Alzheimer's Risk
    (11-Mar-2016)
    Any regular physical activity is linked to a healthier brain, study suggests

  • Exercise Doesn't Seem to Affect Breast Density
    (11-Mar-2016)
    Physical activity's positive effect on breast cancer stems from another cause, researchers suggest

  • Exercise Doesn't Seem to Affect Breast Density
    (11-Mar-2016)
    Physical activity's positive effect on breast cancer stems from another cause, researchers suggest

  • For 'Ironman' Athletes, Study Shows Danger of Too Much Water
    (09-Mar-2016)
    Frequent fluid stops entice racers to drink more than they need, expert says

  • Tai Chi Could Be a Healthy Move for Your Heart
    (09-Mar-2016)
    Traditional Chinese exercises might reduce depression, improve quality of life for heart patients

  • For 'Ironman' Athletes, Study Shows Danger of Too Much Water
    (09-Mar-2016)
    Frequent fluid stops entice racers to drink more than they need, expert says

  • Sharapova Not the First to Use Performance-Enhancing Drug
    (09-Mar-2016)
    Study shows many elite athletes took meldonium before January ban

  • For 'Ironman' Athletes, Study Shows Danger of Too Much Water
    (09-Mar-2016)
    Frequent fluid stops entice racers to drink more than they need, expert says

  • Tai Chi Could Be a Healthy Move for Your Heart
    (09-Mar-2016)
    Traditional Chinese exercises might reduce depression, improve quality of life for heart patients

  • Tai Chi Could Be a Healthy Move for Your Heart
    (09-Mar-2016)
    Traditional Chinese exercises might reduce depression, improve quality of life for heart patients

  • For 'Ironman' Athletes, Study Shows Danger of Too Much Water
    (09-Mar-2016)
    Frequent fluid stops entice racers to drink more than they need, expert says

  • For 'Ironman' Athletes, Study Shows Danger of Too Much Water
    (09-Mar-2016)
    Frequent fluid stops entice racers to drink more than they need, expert says

  • Six Ways to Reduce Your Risk of Colon Cancer
    (08-Mar-2016)
    Diet, weight and physical activity play a significant role, expert says

  • Pedestrian Deaths in U.S. Projected to Jump 10 Percent
    (08-Mar-2016)
    Combination of more people walking, more traffic, more distractions could be to blame, report suggests

  • Pedestrian Deaths in U.S. Projected to Jump 10 Percent
    (08-Mar-2016)
    Combination of more people walking, more traffic, more distractions could be to blame, report suggests

  • Fitness in Youth May Be Key to Diabetes Risk Decades Later
    (07-Mar-2016)
    Study tracked 1.5 million people from age 18 to 62 and found fitter teens had lower lifetime risk

  • Football's Concussion-Prevention Efforts May Be Spurring More Leg Injuries
    (07-Mar-2016)
    Study suggests college rules to lessen head injuries might be causing more knee, ankle problems

  • Football's Concussion-Prevention Efforts May Be Spurring More Leg Injuries
    (07-Mar-2016)
    Study suggests college rules to lessen head injuries might be causing more knee, ankle problems

  • Fitness in Youth May Be Key to Diabetes Risk Decades Later
    (07-Mar-2016)
    Study tracked 1.5 million people from age 18 to 62 and found fitter teens had lower lifetime risk

  • Football's Concussion-Prevention Efforts May Be Spurring More Leg Injuries
    (07-Mar-2016)
    Study suggests college rules to lessen head injuries might be causing more knee, ankle problems

  • Dance Class May Be Gateway to Exercise for Older Latinos
    (04-Mar-2016)
    This group of Americans has lower workout rates, study author says

  • Loose-Fitting Football Helmets Tied to Worse Concussions in Teens
    (04-Mar-2016)
    High schools should have athletic trainers check players' head gear for proper fit, doctor says

  • After Hip Replacement, Therapy at Home May Be Enough
    (04-Mar-2016)
    Finding suggests that recovery doesn't have to be supervised by professional therapist in outpatient clinic

  • Dance Class May Be Gateway to Exercise for Older Latinos
    (04-Mar-2016)
    This group of Americans has lower workout rates, study author says

  • Loose-Fitting Football Helmets Tied to Worse Concussions in Teens
    (04-Mar-2016)
    High schools should have athletic trainers check players' head gear for proper fit, doctor says

  • Loose-Fitting Football Helmets Tied to Worse Concussions in Teens
    (04-Mar-2016)
    High schools should have athletic trainers check players' head gear for proper fit, doctor says

  • Lazy Weekends May Boost Body Fat, Study Shows
    (03-Mar-2016)
    But spending all week at a desk job did not show same link

  • Too Much Sitting Can Harm Older, Female Heart Attack Survivors
    (02-Mar-2016)
    Those who got up off the couch and exercised more lowered their odds for second attack, study found

  • Health Tip: Helping Your Child Choose a Sport
    (01-Mar-2016)
    Evaluate likes and skills

  • Healthier Arteries May Lower Dementia Risk in Old Age
    (01-Mar-2016)
    Preventing calcium buildup might thwart mental decline in your 80s and beyond, study finds

  • Certain Jobs Hazardous to Your Heart Health, Study Finds
    (01-Mar-2016)
    Office workers, truckers and police seem to face challenges eating well, staying fit

  • Pricier Football Helmets Don't Offer Extra Protection: Report
    (01-Mar-2016)
    Lab test ratings also a poor guide to whether helmet can shield high school players, researchers say

  • Certain Jobs Hazardous to Your Heart Health, Study Finds
    (01-Mar-2016)
    Office workers, truckers and police seem to face challenges eating well, staying fit

  • Pricier Football Helmets Don't Offer Extra Protection: Report
    (01-Mar-2016)
    Lab test ratings also a poor guide to whether helmet can shield high school players, researchers say

  • Physically Fit May Bounce Back Better After Heart Attack
    (29-Feb-2016)
    Survivors who had exercised regularly beforehand were less prone to depression afterwards, study finds

  • Physically Fit May Bounce Back Better After Heart Attack
    (29-Feb-2016)
    Survivors who had exercised regularly beforehand were less prone to depression afterwards, study finds

  • Young Athletes Pressured by Parents May Resort to 'Doping'
    (29-Feb-2016)
    'Tiger parenting' can have dire consequences, researcher contends

  • Health Tip: Prepping for Pregnancy
    (26-Feb-2016)
    Get to a healthy body weight

  • Recovery From Ultramarathon May Take Up to 5 Days
    (26-Feb-2016)
    Researchers expected these elite runners would need the added time to bounce back

  • Recovery From Ultramarathon May Take Up to 5 Days
    (26-Feb-2016)
    Researchers expected these elite runners would need the added time to bounce back

  • Recovery From Ultramarathon May Take Up to 5 Days
    (26-Feb-2016)
    Researchers expected these elite runners would need the added time to bounce back

  • NBA Players Putting Their Hearts Into Medical Research
    (24-Feb-2016)
    Findings on differences in structure, function may offer clues to high rates of cardiac arrest among these elite athletes

  • Health Tip: Getting More Active at Home
    (24-Feb-2016)
    Suggestions to avoid being a couch potato

  • Exercise + Classwork May = Better Math Scores
    (24-Feb-2016)
    Dutch study also found bringing exercise to the classroom boosted spelling grades

  • NBA Players Putting Their Hearts Into Medical Research
    (24-Feb-2016)
    Findings on differences in structure, function may offer clues to high rates of cardiac arrest among these elite athletes

  • NBA Players Putting Their Hearts Into Medical Research
    (24-Feb-2016)
    Findings on differences in structure, function may offer clues to high rates of cardiac arrest among these elite athletes

  • High-Impact Exercise Strengthens Men's Bones, Researchers Say
    (22-Feb-2016)
    Long-term jogging or tennis may help males avoid osteoporosis

  • Botox-Like Injection Might Ease Runners' Knee Pain
    (22-Feb-2016)
    British researchers used Dysport to bring long-term relief for common ailment of physically active people

  • Botox-Like Injection Might Ease Runners' Knee Pain
    (22-Feb-2016)
    British researchers used Dysport to bring long-term relief for common ailment of physically active people

  • Botox-Like Injection Might Ease Runners' Knee Pain
    (22-Feb-2016)
    British researchers used Dysport to bring long-term relief for common ailment of physically active people

  • Seven Steps Toward a Healthier Heart
    (19-Feb-2016)
    Eating better, exercising and managing cholesterol can help reduce your risks

  • Sufficient Sleep, Exercise May Help Keep Stroke at Bay
    (19-Feb-2016)
    Between 7 and 8 hours of shut-eye each night seems to be best, research suggests

  • Health Tip: Protect Your Heart
    (17-Feb-2016)
    Here's what you can do

  • Health Tip: Pay Attention While Walking
    (16-Feb-2016)
    Avoid distractions

  • How to Keep Your New Year's Exercise Mojo All Year Long
    (15-Feb-2016)
    Set realistic goals, be consistent and understand you're in it for the long haul, expert says

  • Sticks, Not Carrots, May Work Best to Boost Employees' Health
    (15-Feb-2016)
    Monetary penalties beat rewards in motivating workers to get healthier, study finds

  • How to Keep Your New Year's Exercise Mojo All Year Long
    (15-Feb-2016)
    Set realistic goals, be consistent and understand you're in it for the long haul, expert says

  • Reliable Weight-Loss Programs May Be Hard to Find: Study
    (12-Feb-2016)
    Most sampled from one geographic area didn't meet 5 key standards, researchers say

  • Health Tip: Plan Family Meals and Exercise
    (11-Feb-2016)
    Stay healthier together

  • Skin Infections Common in High School Wrestlers, Study Finds
    (10-Feb-2016)
    Germs on mats, helmets are likely culprits, but skin checks and hygiene might help cut risk, experts say

  • Skin Infections Common in High School Wrestlers, Study Finds
    (10-Feb-2016)
    Germs on mats, helmets are likely culprits, but skin checks and hygiene might help cut risk, experts say

  • Skin Infections Common in High School Wrestlers, Study Finds
    (10-Feb-2016)
    Germs on mats, helmets are likely culprits, but skin checks and hygiene might help cut risk, experts say

  • Healthier Diets May Be Cutting Heart, Diabetes Risks in U.S. Teens
    (09-Feb-2016)
    But obesity still rose and physical activity remained the same, study showed

  • NFL Linemen Keep Growing, Putting Their Health at Risk, Experts Say
    (05-Feb-2016)
    Some players are topping out at 400 pounds -- and more

  • NFL Linemen Keep Growing, Putting Their Health at Risk, Experts Say
    (05-Feb-2016)
    Some players are topping out at 400 pounds -- and more

  • Exercise May Prevent Harmful Falls in Men
    (04-Feb-2016)
    Males made greater gains than women, study says

  • Sitting for Hours May Raise Your Type 2 Diabetes Risk
    (03-Feb-2016)
    The risk remains even if you exercise, researchers contend

  • Should Tackling Be Banned From Youth Football?
    (03-Feb-2016)
    Expert says doctors need to do more to safeguard kids from concussions

  • Should Tackling Be Banned From Youth Football?
    (03-Feb-2016)
    Expert says doctors need to do more to safeguard kids from concussions

  • Fitness Could Raise Survival After First Heart Attack
    (01-Feb-2016)
    Patients in the best shape were 40 percent less likely to die, study found

  • Health Tip: Ready to Run a Trail?
    (01-Feb-2016)
    Walk it first

  • Health Tip: Ready to Run a Trail?
    (01-Feb-2016)
    Walk it first

  • Exercise Has Its Limits for Losing Weight, Study Finds
    (28-Jan-2016)
    Intense workout no more effective at burning calories than walking a couple of miles a day

  • Exercise Has Its Limits for Losing Weight, Study Finds
    (28-Jan-2016)
    Intense workout no more effective at burning calories than walking a couple of miles a day

  • Too Sedentary? There's an App for That
    (27-Jan-2016)
    Pilot study shows that smartphone reminders get people moving more

  • Too Sedentary? There's an App for That
    (27-Jan-2016)
    Pilot study shows that smartphone reminders get people moving more

  • Schools Must Do More to Combat Obesity Among Hispanic Kids: Report
    (26-Jan-2016)
    Researchers call for policies promoting exercise, good nutrition

  • 'Standing Desks' in Classrooms May Kickstart Kids' Activity
    (22-Jan-2016)
    Staying upright might also lead to improved behavior, research suggests

  • As Winter Storm Targets Eastern U.S., Tips for Stepping Out Safely
    (22-Jan-2016)
    Try footwear with good traction and walking carefully with low center of gravity, expert suggests

  • Breast Concerns May Sideline Many Teen Girls From Sports
    (20-Jan-2016)
    Survey finds about half of British high school girls forgo activities

  • Health Tip: Get Stretching
    (19-Jan-2016)
    But warm up first

  • Out-of-Shape Teens May Face High Blood Pressure Later
    (19-Jan-2016)
    Even thin kids are at risk, study says, emphasizing importance of exercise

  • Exercise Regularly and Your Heart Will Thank You
    (18-Jan-2016)
    And the more you do, the better off you'll be, cardiologists say

  • Exercise Regularly and Your Heart Will Thank You
    (18-Jan-2016)
    And the more you do, the better off you'll be, cardiologists say

  • Health Tip: Be a Healthier Family
    (13-Jan-2016)
    All members should stay active

  • Coils in Lungs Might Boost Ability to Exercise With Emphysema
    (12-Jan-2016)
    Study finds greater improvement in those treated compared to a placebo

  • Health Tip: Ask Questions Before You Start Exercising
    (11-Jan-2016)
    Discuss the answers with your doctor

  • Exercise Eases Low Back Pain
    (11-Jan-2016)
    Review of studies shows exercise, with or without education, dramatically cuts the risk

  • Exercise May Lower Heart Disease Risk in Depressed People: Study
    (11-Jan-2016)
    Regular activity linked to reduced inflammation and less blood vessel stiffening

  • Some Steps to Help Protect Yourself From Cancer
    (08-Jan-2016)
    Screening and a healthy lifestyle are key, physician says

  • Illegal Hits Play Big Role in Youth Ice Hockey Concussions: Study
    (08-Jan-2016)
    Training kids to follow the rules may reduce odds of these head injuries, experts say

  • Illegal Hits Play Big Role in Youth Ice Hockey Concussions: Study
    (08-Jan-2016)
    Training kids to follow the rules may reduce odds of these head injuries, experts say

  • Exercise to Boost Spine Muscles Can Ease Back Pain, Study Suggests
    (07-Jan-2016)
    Clinical trial review shows motor control exercise helpful for lower back

  • New U.S. Dietary Guidelines: Limit Sugar and Salt, Boost Fruit and Veggie Intake
    (07-Jan-2016)
    Recommendations, revised every 5 years, designed to promote healthier lifestyles

  • Diet and Exercise Benefit People With Heart Failure
    (05-Jan-2016)
    Combination approach greatly boosted oxygen consumption, study shows

  • Health Tip: Get Active Indoors
    (04-Jan-2016)
    Don't let winter weather sideline your workouts

  • College Football Player's Autopsy May Offer Clues to Brain Trauma
    (04-Jan-2016)
    Early death of Michael Keck provides researchers rare window to study chronic traumatic encephalopathy

  • College Football Player's Autopsy May Offer Clues to Brain Trauma
    (04-Jan-2016)
    Early death of Michael Keck provides researchers rare window to study chronic traumatic encephalopathy

  • College Football Player's Autopsy May Offer Clues to Brain Trauma
    (04-Jan-2016)
    Early death of Michael Keck provides researchers rare window to study chronic traumatic encephalopathy

  • Hitting the Slopes? Here's How to Have Fun and Stay Safe
    (01-Jan-2016)
    A helmet, properly fitted boots and warm gloves are essentials for skiers and snowboarders, experts advise

  • 5 Tips to Help Make New Year's Resolutions Stick
    (01-Jan-2016)
    Turn them into habits that aren't easily broken, psychologist advises

  • How You Can Protect Your Children From Brain Injury
    (01-Jan-2016)
    Emergency room doctors treating growing number of kids for concussions suffered while riding bikes and skateboards

  • Hitting the Slopes? Here's How to Have Fun and Stay Safe
    (01-Jan-2016)
    A helmet, properly fitted boots and warm gloves are essentials for skiers and snowboarders, experts advise

  • Hitting the Slopes? Here's How to Have Fun and Stay Safe
    (01-Jan-2016)
    A helmet, properly fitted boots and warm gloves are essentials for skiers and snowboarders, experts advise

  • Could Football Practices Without Helmets Help Prevent Concussions?
    (31-Dec-2015)
    Without protection, players learn to guard their heads, research suggests

  • Could Football Practices Without Helmets Help Prevent Concussions?
    (31-Dec-2015)
    Without protection, players learn to guard their heads, research suggests

  • Carbs Fuel Long Runs: Study
    (29-Dec-2015)
    Researchers show fat isn't necessary for marathons

  • Carbs Fuel Long Runs: Study
    (29-Dec-2015)
    Researchers show fat isn't necessary for marathons

  • Watch Out for Distracted Walkers
    (28-Dec-2015)
    To avoid injury, pedestrians should 'engage with their surroundings,' surgeon says

  • Health Tip: Start a Group Training Session
    (28-Dec-2015)
    Here are potential benefits

  • Watch Out for Distracted Walkers
    (28-Dec-2015)
    To avoid injury, pedestrians should 'engage with their surroundings,' surgeon says

  • Being 'Fat But Fit' Won't Cut Your Risk of Premature Death
    (21-Dec-2015)
    Study suggests benefits of physical fitness don't overcome risk from obesity

  • Americans Growing More Concerned About Head Injuries in Football
    (21-Dec-2015)
    Limiting aggressive tackles one option favored by many, HealthDay/Harris Poll finds

  • Being 'Fat But Fit' Won't Cut Your Risk of Premature Death
    (21-Dec-2015)
    Study suggests benefits of physical fitness don't overcome risk from obesity

  • Americans Growing More Concerned About Head Injuries in Football
    (21-Dec-2015)
    Limiting aggressive tackles one option favored by many, HealthDay/Harris Poll finds

  • Health Tip: Keeping Diabetes in Check During the Holidays
    (18-Dec-2015)
    Eat right and get enough rest

  • How to Clear Snow Without Getting Hurt
    (13-Dec-2015)
    More than 203,000 Americans required treatment for injuries suffered while shoveling snow last year

  • Concussions Are Biggest Health Risk to Cheerleaders
    (10-Dec-2015)
    As sport becomes more competitive, stunts become more dangerous, but injury rates still low, study finds

  • Concussions Are Biggest Health Risk to Cheerleaders
    (10-Dec-2015)
    As sport becomes more competitive, stunts become more dangerous, but injury rates still low, study finds

  • Football Leads in College Sports Injuries, But Wrestling Most Dangerous
    (10-Dec-2015)
    Study finds more than 47,000 football injuries per year, with games more hazardous than practices

  • Concussions Are Biggest Health Risk to Cheerleaders
    (10-Dec-2015)
    As sport becomes more competitive, stunts become more dangerous, but injury rates still low, study finds

  • Football Leads in College Sports Injuries, But Wrestling Most Dangerous
    (10-Dec-2015)
    Study finds more than 47,000 football injuries per year, with games more hazardous than practices

  • Football Leads in College Sports Injuries, But Wrestling Most Dangerous
    (10-Dec-2015)
    Study finds more than 47,000 football injuries per year, with games more hazardous than practices

  • Football Leads in College Sports Injuries, But Wrestling Most Dangerous
    (10-Dec-2015)
    Study finds more than 47,000 football injuries per year, with games more hazardous than practices

  • Football Leads in College Sports Injuries, But Wrestling Most Dangerous
    (10-Dec-2015)
    Study finds more than 47,000 football injuries per year, with games more hazardous than practices

  • Football Leads in College Sports Injuries, But Wrestling Most Dangerous
    (10-Dec-2015)
    Study finds more than 47,000 football injuries per year, with games more hazardous than practices

  • Mom-to-Be's Smoking Tied to Poorer Fitness in Sons
    (09-Dec-2015)
    Higher body mass index in mother also linked to worse performance by young men on running test

  • Mom-to-Be's Smoking Tied to Poorer Fitness in Sons
    (09-Dec-2015)
    Higher body mass index in mother also linked to worse performance by young men on running test

  • Mom-to-Be's Smoking Tied to Poorer Fitness in Sons
    (09-Dec-2015)
    Higher body mass index in mother also linked to worse performance by young men on running test

  • Most Teens' Physical Activity Occurs at School
    (08-Dec-2015)
    But they aren't getting enough exercise and need more avenues for active recreation, experts say

  • Endurance Athletes May Pay Physical Price
    (04-Dec-2015)
    'Ultraman' competitors experience muscle damage and insulin resistance, researchers find

  • Endurance Athletes May Pay Physical Price
    (04-Dec-2015)
    'Ultraman' competitors experience muscle damage and insulin resistance, researchers find

  • Endurance Athletes May Pay Physical Price
    (04-Dec-2015)
    'Ultraman' competitors experience muscle damage and insulin resistance, researchers find

  • Endurance Athletes May Pay Physical Price
    (04-Dec-2015)
    'Ultraman' competitors experience muscle damage and insulin resistance, researchers find

  • Playing Contact Sports in Youth May Raise Risk for Degenerative Brain Disease
    (03-Dec-2015)
    Study suggests that vulnerability to CTE not limited to professional football players

  • Playing Contact Sports in Youth May Raise Risk for Degenerative Brain Disease
    (03-Dec-2015)
    Study suggests that vulnerability to CTE not limited to professional football players

  • Playing Contact Sports in Youth May Raise Risk for Degenerative Brain Disease
    (03-Dec-2015)
    Study suggests that vulnerability to CTE not limited to professional football players

  • Playing Contact Sports in Youth May Raise Risk for Degenerative Brain Disease
    (03-Dec-2015)
    Study suggests that vulnerability to CTE not limited to professional football players

  • Too Much TV While Younger May Hamper Middle-Aged Brain
    (02-Dec-2015)
    Low levels of physical activity also tied to decreased mental function later in life, study finds

  • Slowed Walking in Seniors May Signal Alzheimer's Danger
    (02-Dec-2015)
    Study found higher levels of beta amyloid in brains of those who didn't move as fast as their peers

  • Brain Gains for Older Adults Who Start Exercising
    (30-Nov-2015)
    Besides improved heart and lung health, study detected growth in cerebral cortex

  • Fitness in Youth Can Pay Off Decades Later: Study
    (30-Nov-2015)
    The better 20-somethings performed on treadmill tests, the lower their odds for dying in middle age

  • After Concussion Symptoms Fade, Slowed Blood Flow in Brain May Persist
    (30-Nov-2015)
    But preliminary study doesn't determine whether that is cause for concern, experts say

  • Fitness in Youth Can Pay Off Decades Later: Study
    (30-Nov-2015)
    The better 20-somethings performed on treadmill tests, the lower their odds for dying in middle age

  • Long-Distance Running Takes Toll on Joints, But It May Be Temporary
    (30-Nov-2015)
    Cartilage between knee, ankle and foot joints has ability to regenerate, study suggests

  • Long-Distance Running Takes Toll on Joints, But It May Be Temporary
    (30-Nov-2015)
    Cartilage between knee, ankle and foot joints has ability to regenerate, study suggests

  • Why You Need Flexibility Exercises
    (28-Nov-2015)
    Some joints lose up to half their motion with age, expert says

  • Why You Need Flexibility Exercises
    (28-Nov-2015)
    Some joints lose up to half their motion with age, expert says

  • Why You Need Flexibility Exercises
    (28-Nov-2015)
    Some joints lose up to half their motion with age, expert says

  • Sweat to Help Reduce Your Risk for Prostate Cancer
    (27-Nov-2015)
    Vigorous exercise, nutritious diet lower odds for deadly forms of the disease, research suggests

  • Health Tip: Reward Yourself for Reaching Fitness Goal
    (26-Nov-2015)
    Here a some ideas

  • Healthy Holiday Substitutions Can Help Your Heart
    (26-Nov-2015)
    Try replacing sugar and butter with fruit, vegetable oil

  • Turkey Day Touch Football Might Lead to Ankle Injuries
    (26-Nov-2015)
    Doctors' group offers tips on dealing with joint damage

  • Football Great Frank Gifford Had Brain Disease
    (26-Nov-2015)
    Hall of Famer passed away in August at 84; CTE diagnosis can only be made after death

  • Health Tip: Reward Yourself for Reaching Fitness Goal
    (26-Nov-2015)
    Here a some ideas

  • Football Great Frank Gifford Had Brain Disease
    (26-Nov-2015)
    Hall of Famer passed away in August at 84; CTE diagnosis can only be made after death

  • Too Many Pregnant Women Gain Too Much Weight: Doctors' Group
    (23-Nov-2015)
    Obesity can lead to complications for both mom and baby, experts say

  • Health Tip: Exercising With Diabetes
    (20-Nov-2015)
    First, speak with your doctor

  • Exercise Can Reduce Heart Failure Risk, No Matter Your Age
    (20-Nov-2015)
    Even those who start moving later in life could see benefits, study finds

  • Child Care Centers Offering Too Little Outdoor Time
    (20-Nov-2015)
    Some kids don't even get the hour-a-day minimum, researchers report

  • Yoga May Boost Quality of Life for Prostate Cancer Patients
    (20-Nov-2015)
    Small study shows those undergoing radiation therapy had fewer side effects, less fatigue

  • New 'Collar' Aims to Help Shield Brain From Concussion
    (20-Nov-2015)
    Device boosts brain fluid to create a cushioning effect, developers say

  • New 'Collar' Aims to Help Shield Brain From Concussion
    (20-Nov-2015)
    Device boosts brain fluid to create a cushioning effect, developers say

  • Health Tip: Exercising With Diabetes
    (20-Nov-2015)
    First, speak with your doctor

  • New 'Collar' Aims to Help Shield Brain From Concussion
    (20-Nov-2015)
    Device boosts brain fluid to create a cushioning effect, developers say

  • New 'Collar' Aims to Help Shield Brain From Concussion
    (20-Nov-2015)
    Device boosts brain fluid to create a cushioning effect, developers say

  • Yoga May Boost Quality of Life for Prostate Cancer Patients
    (20-Nov-2015)
    Small study shows those undergoing radiation therapy had fewer side effects, less fatigue

  • Health Tip: Using Technology to Get Fit
    (19-Nov-2015)
    From apps to trackers

  • Health Tip: Using Technology to Get Fit
    (19-Nov-2015)
    From apps to trackers

  • Experts Pan Gene Testing of Budding Athletes
    (17-Nov-2015)
    Scientific evidence is far too weak to determine a child's talent, panel says

  • Why Heart Failure Patients Often Get Too Little Exercise
    (17-Nov-2015)
    Lack of social support, finances can get in the way of recommended activity, study says

  • Health Tip: Exercising Safely in Cold Weather
    (12-Nov-2015)
    Take extra precautions

  • Physical Fitness Linked to Mental Fitness in Seniors
    (12-Nov-2015)
    Study found regular activity associated with better connections between different brain regions

  • Mixed Martial Arts Injuries Less Serious Than Those From Boxing: Study
    (12-Nov-2015)
    Boxers almost twice as likely to get knocked out, researchers say

  • Health Tip: Exercising Safely in Cold Weather
    (12-Nov-2015)
    Take extra precautions

  • Physical Fitness Linked to Mental Fitness in Seniors
    (12-Nov-2015)
    Study found regular activity associated with better connections between different brain regions

  • Mixed Martial Arts Injuries Less Serious Than Those From Boxing: Study
    (12-Nov-2015)
    Boxers almost twice as likely to get knocked out, researchers say

  • Mixed Martial Arts Injuries Less Serious Than Those From Boxing: Study
    (12-Nov-2015)
    Boxers almost twice as likely to get knocked out, researchers say

  • Gentle Yoga Safe in Late Pregnancy, Small Study Suggests
    (11-Nov-2015)
    Constant monitoring showed no significant stress on mom or fetus

  • Strong Legs Linked to Strong Mind
    (11-Nov-2015)
    Study of women suggests boosting walking force, speed pays mental dividends as you age

  • Strong Legs Linked to Strong Mind
    (11-Nov-2015)
    Study of women suggests boosting walking force, speed pays mental dividends as you age

  • Gentle Yoga Safe in Late Pregnancy, Small Study Suggests
    (11-Nov-2015)
    Constant monitoring showed no significant stress on mom or fetus

  • Short Bursts of Intense Exercise Might Benefit Type 2 Diabetics
    (10-Nov-2015)
    Research suggests brief but harder workouts may provide better blood sugar control

  • Football Linemen at Higher Risk for Heart Troubles, Study Finds
    (10-Nov-2015)
    Having to bulk up makes them more vulnerable than other players, experts say

  • Even Easy Exercise May Lower Blood Pressure in Those With Diabetes
    (09-Nov-2015)
    Study found just a few minutes of resistance training or walking helped

  • 'Walkable' Neighborhoods Boost Heart Health, Studies Find
    (09-Nov-2015)
    Commuting via public transportation also linked to lower blood pressure

  • Even Easy Exercise May Lower Blood Pressure in Those With Diabetes
    (09-Nov-2015)
    Study found just a few minutes of resistance training or walking helped

  • 'Walkable' Neighborhoods Boost Heart Health, Studies Find
    (09-Nov-2015)
    Commuting via public transportation also linked to lower blood pressure

  • Health Tip: Considering Circuit Training
    (06-Nov-2015)
    Here are some potential benefits

  • The Physically Active Less Prone to Post-Heart Attack Depression
    (06-Nov-2015)
    Research underscores link between physical activity and mental health

  • Pregnant and Got the Blues? Get More Exercise to Protect Your Health
    (06-Nov-2015)
    Those who are depressed sit around too much, increasing risks to themselves and their babies, research shows

  • Doctors Often Flub Achilles Tendon Diagnosis, Review Finds
    (06-Nov-2015)
    1 in 4 ruptures missed during initial exam, but most patients still do OK, researchers say

  • Health Tip: Giving Toddlers Needed Playtime
    (05-Nov-2015)
    Here's what's appropriate

  • Weight, Exercise May Affect Children's Thinking Skills
    (02-Nov-2015)
    Kids who participate in dance or sports better able to pay attention and solve problems, research suggests

  • Weight, Exercise May Affect Children's Thinking Skills
    (02-Nov-2015)
    Kids who participate in dance or sports better able to pay attention and solve problems, research suggests

  • Weight, Exercise May Affect Children's Thinking Skills
    (02-Nov-2015)
    Kids who participate in dance or sports better able to pay attention and solve problems, research suggests

  • Weight, Exercise May Affect Children's Thinking Skills
    (02-Nov-2015)
    Kids who participate in dance or sports better able to pay attention and solve problems, research suggests

  • New Advisory Says Some Athletes With Heart Conditions OK to Play
    (02-Nov-2015)
    Statement from cardiology groups applies only to those participating in organized sports

  • Health Tip: Snack After Sports
    (30-Oct-2015)
    Here are potential benefits

  • Health Tip: Exercising Indoors
    (28-Oct-2015)
    Don't use weather as an excuse not to work out

  • Health Tip: Preventing Sprains and Strains
    (26-Oct-2015)
    Warming up and drinking water can help

  • Limiting Tackling Limits Concussions: Study
    (26-Oct-2015)
    Brain injury rate twice as high in seasons where tackling wasn't limited during practices

  • Limiting Tackling Limits Concussions: Study
    (26-Oct-2015)
    Brain injury rate twice as high in seasons where tackling wasn't limited during practices

  • Safe Tackling OK in Youth Football, Pediatricians' Group Says
    (26-Oct-2015)
    New policy statement urges proper training, supervision to avoid injuries among young players

  • Health Tip: Preventing Sprains and Strains
    (26-Oct-2015)
    Warming up and drinking water can help

  • Limiting Tackling Limits Concussions: Study
    (26-Oct-2015)
    Brain injury rate twice as high in seasons where tackling wasn't limited during practices

  • Safe Tackling OK in Youth Football, Pediatricians' Group Says
    (26-Oct-2015)
    New policy statement urges proper training, supervision to avoid injuries among young players

  • Health Tip: Promote Healthy Habits During Meals
    (19-Oct-2015)
    Do's and don'ts for healthier eating

  • Study Questions Findings That Prolonged Sitting Is Unhealthy
    (14-Oct-2015)
    But researchers say promoting physical activity should remain a public health priority

  • Study Questions Findings That Prolonged Sitting Is Unhealthy
    (14-Oct-2015)
    But researchers say promoting physical activity should remain a public health priority

  • Exercise May Help Prevent Pregnancy-Linked Pelvic Pain
    (13-Oct-2015)
    Women who worked out in the months prior to conception saw a benefit, researchers say

  • For a Better Calorie Burn, Adjust Your Speed While Walking
    (13-Oct-2015)
    Stopping and starting, varying your velocity all adds to energy expended, study finds

  • For a Better Calorie Burn, Adjust Your Speed While Walking
    (13-Oct-2015)
    Stopping and starting, varying your velocity all adds to energy expended, study finds

  • For a Better Calorie Burn, Adjust Your Speed While Walking
    (13-Oct-2015)
    Stopping and starting, varying your velocity all adds to energy expended, study finds

  • Mixed Martial Arts Fighters May Go to Dangerous Lengths to Shed Pounds
    (13-Oct-2015)
    British study shows saunas, sweat suits, pills all used to trigger drastic weight loss before fights

  • For a Better Calorie Burn, Adjust Your Speed While Walking
    (13-Oct-2015)
    Stopping and starting, varying your velocity all adds to energy expended, study finds

  • Bike Helmets Protect Against Severe Brain Injury, Study Says
    (08-Oct-2015)
    Researchers call for stricter laws

  • Bike Helmets Protect Against Severe Brain Injury, Study Says
    (08-Oct-2015)
    Researchers call for stricter laws

  • Whistle … and Walk … While You Work
    (08-Oct-2015)
    Small study found a short stroll restored blood flow in legs after hours of sitting in a chair

  • Whistle … and Walk … While You Work
    (08-Oct-2015)
    Small study found a short stroll restored blood flow in legs after hours of sitting in a chair

  • Short Bursts of Intense Exercise Seems Good for Teen Hearts: Study
    (05-Oct-2015)
    High-power workouts improved blood vessel function, researchers say

  • Move More to Prevent Heart Failure
    (05-Oct-2015)
    Study suggests at least 45 minutes of daily activity necessary to lower risk by 20 percent

  • Zip Line Injuries on the Rise
    (05-Oct-2015)
    Increasing popularity of the adventure sport brings increase in ER visits, study finds

  • Short Bursts of Intense Exercise Seems Good for Teen Hearts: Study
    (05-Oct-2015)
    High-power workouts improved blood vessel function, researchers say

  • Health Tip: Squeeze in a 30-Minute Workout
    (02-Oct-2015)
    Make it fun and efficient

  • 'Tennis Elbow' Usually Heals Without Therapy, Study Finds
    (02-Oct-2015)
    For most people, pain is gone within a year

  • 'Tennis Elbow' Usually Heals Without Therapy, Study Finds
    (02-Oct-2015)
    For most people, pain is gone within a year

  • 'Tennis Elbow' Usually Heals Without Therapy, Study Finds
    (02-Oct-2015)
    For most people, pain is gone within a year

  • Sedentary Behavior Linked to Heart Disease in Hispanics
    (28-Sep-2015)
    Those who are least active face added health risks even if they exercise, study finds

  • Good Posture: A Stance for Better Health
    (26-Sep-2015)
    Straighten up with these expert tips

  • Catcher Injuries Aren't Usually the Result of Collisions
    (25-Sep-2015)
    Foul balls, stray bats cause more harm than run-ins with players, study shows

  • Expert Tips for Preventing Kids' Sports Injuries
    (25-Sep-2015)
    Children need breaks from playing to avoid overuse injuries, orthopedic surgeon says

  • Expert Tips for Preventing Kids' Sports Injuries
    (25-Sep-2015)
    Children need breaks from playing to avoid overuse injuries, orthopedic surgeon says

  • Expert Tips for Preventing Kids' Sports Injuries
    (25-Sep-2015)
    Children need breaks from playing to avoid overuse injuries, orthopedic surgeon says

  • Expert Tips for Preventing Kids' Sports Injuries
    (25-Sep-2015)
    Children need breaks from playing to avoid overuse injuries, orthopedic surgeon says

  • Catcher Injuries Aren't Usually the Result of Collisions
    (25-Sep-2015)
    Foul balls, stray bats cause more harm than run-ins with players, study shows

  • Expert Tips for Preventing Kids' Sports Injuries
    (25-Sep-2015)
    Children need breaks from playing to avoid overuse injuries, orthopedic surgeon says

  • Bullied Teens Who Exercise May Lower Suicide Risk, Study Finds
    (25-Sep-2015)
    But researcher adds that many U.S. schools have cut opportunities for physical activity

  • Expert Tips for Preventing Kids' Sports Injuries
    (25-Sep-2015)
    Children need breaks from playing to avoid overuse injuries, orthopedic surgeon says

  • Expert Tips for Preventing Kids' Sports Injuries
    (25-Sep-2015)
    Children need breaks from playing to avoid overuse injuries, orthopedic surgeon says

  • Expert Tips for Preventing Kids' Sports Injuries
    (25-Sep-2015)
    Children need breaks from playing to avoid overuse injuries, orthopedic surgeon says

  • Expert Tips for Preventing Kids' Sports Injuries
    (25-Sep-2015)
    Children need breaks from playing to avoid overuse injuries, orthopedic surgeon says

  • Catcher Injuries Aren't Usually the Result of Collisions
    (25-Sep-2015)
    Foul balls, stray bats cause more harm than run-ins with players, study shows

  • Expert Tips for Preventing Kids' Sports Injuries
    (25-Sep-2015)
    Children need breaks from playing to avoid overuse injuries, orthopedic surgeon says

  • Expert Tips for Preventing Kids' Sports Injuries
    (25-Sep-2015)
    Children need breaks from playing to avoid overuse injuries, orthopedic surgeon says

  • Expert Tips for Preventing Kids' Sports Injuries
    (25-Sep-2015)
    Children need breaks from playing to avoid overuse injuries, orthopedic surgeon says

  • Want Your Kids to Exercise? Skip the Guilt
    (23-Sep-2015)
    Pressuring middle schoolers to get active can backfire, researchers say

  • Fidgeting Might Be Good for Your Health
    (23-Sep-2015)
    Having the jitters may undercut some of the negative effects of prolonged sitting, British study contends

  • Health Tip: Walk Correctly
    (23-Sep-2015)
    Tips to avoid hurting yourself

  • More Educated More Likely to Delve Into the Arts, Study Finds
    (22-Sep-2015)
    Income, social status didn't predict participation in cultural pursuits

  • Health Tip: Rake Leaves Safely
    (22-Sep-2015)
    Don't forget to stretch first

  • Exercise May Help Keep an Aging Mind Agile
    (21-Sep-2015)
    Study found seniors who were more active showed more activity in brain scans

  • Health Tip: Find Time to Stretch
    (21-Sep-2015)
    Include it in a busy schedule

  • Health Tip: Find Time to Stretch
    (21-Sep-2015)
    Include it in a busy schedule

  • Natural Surroundings May Promote Sound Sleep
    (20-Sep-2015)
    Study found seniors, men reported better rest when they had access to beaches, parks

  • Tai Chi Might Help People With Long-Term Health Conditions
    (18-Sep-2015)
    Study shows ancient exercise improves physical ability in those with arthritis, heart failure, emphysema and breast cancer

  • Tai Chi Might Help People With Long-Term Health Conditions
    (18-Sep-2015)
    Study shows ancient exercise improves physical ability in those with arthritis, heart failure, emphysema and breast cancer

  • Excess Weight Linked to Brain Cancer Risk in Study
    (16-Sep-2015)
    And physical activity associated with lower odds of meningioma, though these tumors are considered rare

  • Health Tip: Encourage Kids to Stay Active
    (14-Sep-2015)
    Suggestions to keep them moving

  • Football Fans May Overestimate Chances of Favorite NFL Team
    (14-Sep-2015)
    Study finds followers, dedicated sports reporters have 'optimism bias'

  • Short, Intense Workouts May Help Hearts of Type 2 Diabetics
    (10-Sep-2015)
    This kind of exercise might also improve diabetes control, researchers say

  • Health Tip: Avoiding the Weight-Loss Rollercoaster
    (08-Sep-2015)
    Suggestions for healthier eating

  • Think Genes Drive Obesity? You May Eat Less Healthy
    (08-Sep-2015)
    In study, people who thought DNA dictated their body weight had worse diets and exercised less

  • Sports Medicine Docs Offer Safety Tips for Young Athletes
    (06-Sep-2015)
    Children should ease back into activity, wear properly fitted safety gear and stay hydrated

  • Sports Medicine Docs Offer Safety Tips for Young Athletes
    (06-Sep-2015)
    Children should ease back into activity, wear properly fitted safety gear and stay hydrated

  • Exercise Appears Safe, Helpful for Pulmonary Hypertension
    (04-Sep-2015)
    Research review might reassure concerned cardiologists

  • Seniors Getting Smarter, Research Shows
    (04-Sep-2015)
    But mental and physical health is declining at the same time

  • More High School Athletes Using 'Dip' and 'Chew,' CDC Finds
    (03-Sep-2015)
    Experts think ban on smokeless tobacco among pro athletes might help curb use among kids

  • More High School Athletes Using 'Dip' and 'Chew,' CDC Finds
    (03-Sep-2015)
    Experts think ban on smokeless tobacco among pro athletes might help curb use among kids

  • Health Tip: Athletes Are at Risk for Skin Problems
    (02-Sep-2015)
    Suggestions to help prevent them

  • More Older Americans Falling Prey to Bike Injuries
    (01-Sep-2015)
    Riders over 45 a big part of jump in hospital admissions for more severe accidents, report finds

  • Your Heart Is Likely 'Older' Than You Are
    (01-Sep-2015)
    Smoking, high blood pressure and cholesterol can age this vital organ, CDC says

  • Too Much TV Time Tied to Higher Odds for Blood Clot in Lung: Study
    (31-Aug-2015)
    To reduce your risk, take a break, stand up and walk around while watching, researcher suggests

  • Start Your Hike on the Right Foot With Proper Footwear
    (30-Aug-2015)
    Expert gives tips on avoiding and dealing with injury

  • Start Your Hike on the Right Foot With Proper Footwear
    (30-Aug-2015)
    Expert gives tips on avoiding and dealing with injury

  • Health Tip: Dive Safely
    (28-Aug-2015)
    And avoid injury

  • Even Short Bouts of Activity May Help Kids' Health
    (27-Aug-2015)
    Three minutes every half hour for three hours lowered blood sugar levels, study says

  • Even Short Bouts of Activity May Help Kids' Health
    (27-Aug-2015)
    Three minutes every half hour for three hours lowered blood sugar levels, study says

  • Exercise, Supplements Like Fish Oil Won't Keep Elderly Sharper: Studies
    (25-Aug-2015)
    Two trials cast doubt on these widely touted strategies

  • Health Tip: Getting Fit on a Mountain Bike
    (24-Aug-2015)
    Tips for enjoying the rugged terrain

  • Exercise Best Bet Against Diabetes for College Graduates
    (24-Aug-2015)
    Less educated need more help preventing and managing blood sugar disease, researcher says

  • Exercise May Be Good Medicine for Irregular Heartbeat
    (24-Aug-2015)
    Obese patients with atrial fibrillation saw odds of recurrence decline as fitness level improved

  • Exercise May Be Good Medicine for Irregular Heartbeat
    (24-Aug-2015)
    Obese patients with atrial fibrillation saw odds of recurrence decline as fitness level improved

  • Weight Loss Fights Liver Condition, No Matter How It's Done
    (21-Aug-2015)
    Through surgery or lifestyle changes, shedding pounds improves nonalcoholic steatohepatitis, study finds

  • Excessive Sports Training Hurts Kids, Expert Warns
    (21-Aug-2015)
    Parents should set limits to help prevent injuries

  • College Football Players Score More Injuries at Exam Time
    (21-Aug-2015)
    Added stress contributes to risks, researcher says

  • Health Tip: Keep Kids Active
    (21-Aug-2015)
    Make playtime exercise time

  • College Football Players Score More Injuries at Exam Time
    (21-Aug-2015)
    Added stress contributes to risks, researcher says

  • Preteen Football Tied to Brain Changes in Retired NFL Players: Study
    (21-Aug-2015)
    Repeated blows to the head in youth may cause structural disruptions, researcher says

  • Health Tip: Prevent Skating Accidents
    (21-Aug-2015)
    Make sure you master basic skills

  • Excessive Sports Training Hurts Kids, Expert Warns
    (21-Aug-2015)
    Parents should set limits to help prevent injuries

  • College Football Players Score More Injuries at Exam Time
    (21-Aug-2015)
    Added stress contributes to risks, researcher says

  • Preteen Football Tied to Brain Changes in Retired NFL Players: Study
    (21-Aug-2015)
    Repeated blows to the head in youth may cause structural disruptions, researcher says

  • Eating on the Run May Mean Eating More Later
    (21-Aug-2015)
    Study found women gobbled more food down after snacking while walking

  • Gender Doesn't Influence Hamstring Strain Recovery Time
    (18-Aug-2015)
    Study finds male, female college soccer players get better in about a week

  • Health Tip: Kick Off Your Exercise Program
    (18-Aug-2015)
    Start with doctor's approval and a plan

  • Health Tip: Kick Off Your Exercise Program
    (18-Aug-2015)
    Start with doctor's approval and a plan

  • Gender Doesn't Influence Hamstring Strain Recovery Time
    (18-Aug-2015)
    Study finds male, female college soccer players get better in about a week

  • Gender Doesn't Influence Hamstring Strain Recovery Time
    (18-Aug-2015)
    Study finds male, female college soccer players get better in about a week

  • Protective Eyewear in Girls' Field Hockey Means Fewer Injuries
    (17-Aug-2015)
    Eye-related injuries dropped, and rate of concussions didn't rise after requirement, study says

  • Protective Eyewear in Girls' Field Hockey Means Fewer Injuries
    (17-Aug-2015)
    Eye-related injuries dropped, and rate of concussions didn't rise after requirement, study says

  • Health Tip: Use Caution When Exercising in Hot Weather
    (14-Aug-2015)
    Drink lots of water, and dress for it

  • Clubs, Adult Support Can Help Kids Stay Slim
    (14-Aug-2015)
    Being active and having positive role models is key, new study finds

  • Health Tip: Use Caution When Exercising in Hot Weather
    (14-Aug-2015)
    Drink lots of water, and dress for it

  • Clubs, Adult Support Can Help Kids Stay Slim
    (14-Aug-2015)
    Being active and having positive role models is key, new study finds

  • U.S. Bike Deaths Fall for Kids, But Rise for Adults
    (13-Aug-2015)
    More men are switching to bicycles to commute, run errands, which may explain these trends

  • Could Your Smartphone Help Boost Your Heart Health?
    (13-Aug-2015)
    Special apps, trackers may boost weight loss, exercise, quitting smoking, early studies suggest

  • U.S. Bike Deaths Fall for Kids, But Rise for Adults
    (13-Aug-2015)
    More men are switching to bicycles to commute, run errands, which may explain these trends

  • Moderate Exercise May Reduce Men's Heart Failure Risk
    (12-Aug-2015)
    But study also finds too much exercise raises the odds of heart trouble

  • Exercise May Help Kids With Multiple Sclerosis
    (12-Aug-2015)
    But researchers can't say if exercisers have less severe disease or if activity eases symptoms

  • Moderate Exercise May Reduce Men's Heart Failure Risk
    (12-Aug-2015)
    But study also finds too much exercise raises the odds of heart trouble

  • Moderate Exercise May Reduce Men's Heart Failure Risk
    (12-Aug-2015)
    But study also finds too much exercise raises the odds of heart trouble

  • Health Tip: Got Athlete's Foot?
    (11-Aug-2015)
    Here are possible warning signs

  • Exercise Boosts Obese Kids' Heart Health
    (10-Aug-2015)
    Review finds fitness levels, blood vessel function improved quickly, even if no weight was lost

  • Exercise Boosts Obese Kids' Heart Health
    (10-Aug-2015)
    Review finds fitness levels, blood vessel function improved quickly, even if no weight was lost

  • Exercise Boosts Obese Kids' Heart Health
    (10-Aug-2015)
    Review finds fitness levels, blood vessel function improved quickly, even if no weight was lost

  • Exercise Boosts Obese Kids' Heart Health
    (10-Aug-2015)
    Review finds fitness levels, blood vessel function improved quickly, even if no weight was lost

  • Active As Teen, Free of Diabetes In Later Life?
    (06-Aug-2015)
    Findings showed insulin resistance peaks in early adolescence, so exercise crucial during this period

  • Mountain Biker Survives After Neck Impaled by Tree Branch
    (31-Jul-2015)
    He traveled 20 miles to hospital with object in place, doctors say injury missed major blood vessels and airway

  • Stay Safe When Temperatures Rise
    (31-Jul-2015)
    Expert offers tips on avoiding heat-related illness

  • Mountain Biker Survives After Neck Impaled by Tree Branch
    (31-Jul-2015)
    He traveled 20 miles to hospital with object in place, doctors say injury missed major blood vessels and airway

  • Stand, Don't Sit, to Get Healthier, Researchers Say
    (31-Jul-2015)
    Even if you exercise, sitting for long periods linked to higher blood sugar, cholesterol levels

  • Do Sporty Teen Girls Live Longer, Healthier Lives?
    (31-Jul-2015)
    Exercise from 13 to 19 cut odds for early death from cancer and all causes, researchers say

  • Stand, Don't Sit, to Get Healthier, Researchers Say
    (31-Jul-2015)
    Even if you exercise, sitting for long periods linked to higher blood sugar, cholesterol levels

  • Stand, Don't Sit, to Get Healthier, Researchers Say
    (31-Jul-2015)
    Even if you exercise, sitting for long periods linked to higher blood sugar, cholesterol levels

  • Targeted Workouts May Strengthen Men's Bones in Middle Age
    (30-Jul-2015)
    Weight-lifting regimen tied to increased bone mass in the whole body, lumbar spine and hip, study finds

  • Targeted Workouts May Strengthen Men's Bones in Middle Age
    (30-Jul-2015)
    Weight-lifting regimen tied to increased bone mass in the whole body, lumbar spine and hip, study finds

  • Health Tip: After You Finish a Marathon
    (29-Jul-2015)
    Drink water and eat

  • School's Out, Fattening Behaviors Are In
    (26-Jul-2015)
    Kids eat more sugar, watch more TV over summer vacation, study says

  • Exercise May Buffer Symptoms of Early Alzheimer's
    (23-Jul-2015)
    Vigorous physical activity benefits the aging brain, three studies show

  • Exercise May Buffer Symptoms of Early Alzheimer's
    (23-Jul-2015)
    Vigorous physical activity benefits the aging brain, three studies show

  • Exercise May Buffer Symptoms of Early Alzheimer's
    (23-Jul-2015)
    Vigorous physical activity benefits the aging brain, three studies show

  • Health Tip: Strengthen Your Child's Hands
    (22-Jul-2015)
    Here's what your little one can try

  • Health Tip: Exercise Your Knees After Injury
    (21-Jul-2015)
    But avoid too much strain

  • Rugby Takes Toll on Spine, Scans Show
    (21-Jul-2015)
    Retired pro athletes have more degenerative symptoms, lesions

  • The Dreaded 'Dad Bod' Is Real
    (21-Jul-2015)
    First-time fathers tend to add on extra pounds, researchers say

  • Too Much TV, Too Little Exercise When Young May Hasten Mental Decline Later
    (20-Jul-2015)
    25-year study found a link, but cause-and-effect relationship remains unproven

  • Time Spent Sitting May Not Affect Diet, Study Suggests
    (17-Jul-2015)
    But that's still no reason to avoid exercise, researchers and experts say

  • More Exercise = More Fat Loss for Older Women, Study Finds
    (16-Jul-2015)
    Doubling the amount of time spent in heart-pumping workouts each week paid off after a year

  • Health Tip: Vary Your Exercise Routine
    (16-Jul-2015)
    It will be more fun and make for a better workout

  • More Exercise = More Fat Loss for Older Women, Study Finds
    (16-Jul-2015)
    Doubling the amount of time spent in heart-pumping workouts each week paid off after a year

  • Health Tip: Vary Your Exercise Routine
    (16-Jul-2015)
    It will be more fun and make for a better workout

  • More Exercise = More Fat Loss for Older Women, Study Finds
    (16-Jul-2015)
    Doubling the amount of time spent in heart-pumping workouts each week paid off after a year

  • More Exercise = More Fat Loss for Older Women, Study Finds
    (16-Jul-2015)
    Doubling the amount of time spent in heart-pumping workouts each week paid off after a year

  • More Exercise = More Fat Loss for Older Women, Study Finds
    (16-Jul-2015)
    Doubling the amount of time spent in heart-pumping workouts each week paid off after a year

  • More Exercise = More Fat Loss for Older Women, Study Finds
    (16-Jul-2015)
    Doubling the amount of time spent in heart-pumping workouts each week paid off after a year

  • More Exercise = More Fat Loss for Older Women, Study Finds
    (16-Jul-2015)
    Doubling the amount of time spent in heart-pumping workouts each week paid off after a year

  • More Teen Athletes Undergoing Tommy John Elbow Surgery: Study
    (14-Jul-2015)
    Year-round focus on one sport likely behind the increase, doctors say

  • Too Much Sitting May Raise a Woman's Cancer Risk: Study
    (14-Jul-2015)
    Effect was not seen in men, and held even after researchers factored out a lack of exercise

  • More Teen Athletes Undergoing Tommy John Elbow Surgery: Study
    (14-Jul-2015)
    Year-round focus on one sport likely behind the increase, doctors say

  • Banning Soccer 'Headers' Won't Solve Concussion Problem: Study
    (13-Jul-2015)
    Enforcing rules that limit aggressive body contact would be more effective, researcher says

  • Banning Soccer 'Headers' Won't Solve Concussion Problem: Study
    (13-Jul-2015)
    Enforcing rules that limit aggressive body contact would be more effective, researcher says

  • Banning Soccer 'Headers' Won't Solve Concussion Problem: Study
    (13-Jul-2015)
    Enforcing rules that limit aggressive body contact would be more effective, researcher says

  • Experts Offer Diving Safety Tips
    (11-Jul-2015)
    Unsafe practices can lead to serious neck and spine injuries

  • Experts Offer Diving Safety Tips
    (11-Jul-2015)
    Unsafe practices can lead to serious neck and spine injuries

  • Experts Offer Diving Safety Tips
    (11-Jul-2015)
    Unsafe practices can lead to serious neck and spine injuries

  • Experts Offer Diving Safety Tips
    (11-Jul-2015)
    Unsafe practices can lead to serious neck and spine injuries

  • Health Tip: Finding Time for Exercise
    (09-Jul-2015)
    Include your kids

  • Keeping Fit May Halve Seniors' Heart Failure Risk
    (06-Jul-2015)
    Study suggests health choices still make a difference in old age

  • Keeping Fit May Halve Seniors' Heart Failure Risk
    (06-Jul-2015)
    Study suggests health choices still make a difference in old age

  • Extracurricular Sports May Give Kids' Academics a Boost
    (01-Jul-2015)
    Study suggests these activities might improve kids' attention span, self-control

  • A Healthy Body Often Equals a Healthy Brain
    (30-Jun-2015)
    Experts stress that exercise, good diet help maintain memory as much as mental challenges do

  • Endurance Athletes Should Only Drink When Thirsty, Experts Say
    (30-Jun-2015)
    Consuming excess fluids can lead to dangerous drop in sodium levels

  • Endurance Athletes Should Only Drink When Thirsty, Experts Say
    (30-Jun-2015)
    Consuming excess fluids can lead to dangerous drop in sodium levels

  • Health Tip: Exercising With Heart Problems
    (29-Jun-2015)
    Consult your doctor first

  • Parents, Stop Hovering: 'Risky' Play May Have Benefits for Kids
    (29-Jun-2015)
    Less free-time supervision helps social development, and children get more exercise, experts say

  • Parents Should Set Good Example to Keep Kids Slim, Pediatrics Group Says
    (29-Jun-2015)
    Avoid keeping sugary, high-calorie foods in the house, and encourage being active together

  • Diabetes Rates Fall in Neighborhoods With Healthy Food, Parks and Gyms
    (29-Jun-2015)
    Study suggests making these resources easily accessible, affordable might cut odds of disease

  • Overuse Injuries More Common in High School Females
    (28-Jun-2015)
    Track, field hockey and lacrosse linked to repetitive use problems in girls, study says

  • Overuse Injuries More Common in High School Females
    (28-Jun-2015)
    Track, field hockey and lacrosse linked to repetitive use problems in girls, study says

  • Overuse Injuries More Common in High School Females
    (28-Jun-2015)
    Track, field hockey and lacrosse linked to repetitive use problems in girls, study says

  • Overuse Injuries More Common in High School Females
    (28-Jun-2015)
    Track, field hockey and lacrosse linked to repetitive use problems in girls, study says

  • Overuse Injuries More Common in High School Females
    (28-Jun-2015)
    Track, field hockey and lacrosse linked to repetitive use problems in girls, study says

  • Overuse Injuries More Common in High School Females
    (28-Jun-2015)
    Track, field hockey and lacrosse linked to repetitive use problems in girls, study says

  • Overuse Injuries More Common in High School Females
    (28-Jun-2015)
    Track, field hockey and lacrosse linked to repetitive use problems in girls, study says

  • School Coaches Often Ill-Equipped to Spot, Manage Concussions
    (26-Jun-2015)
    Better education recommended, especially at youth and middle school levels

  • School Coaches Often Ill-Equipped to Spot, Manage Concussions
    (26-Jun-2015)
    Better education recommended, especially at youth and middle school levels

  • Health Tip: Swimming Safely
    (26-Jun-2015)
    Make sure pool is enclosed

  • Exercise Benefits People With Parkinson's Disease: Study
    (24-Jun-2015)
    The sooner you start regular physical activity, the better, researchers say

  • Health Tip: Competing in Marathon Races
    (22-Jun-2015)
    Suggestions to help you stay well

  • Keep Safety in Mind When Skateboarding
    (21-Jun-2015)
    Experts offer tips on how to protect yourself from injury when catching 'air'

  • Keep Safety in Mind When Skateboarding
    (21-Jun-2015)
    Experts offer tips on how to protect yourself from injury when catching 'air'

  • Safety Tips for Water Skiing and Wake Boarding
    (20-Jun-2015)
    Thousands injured every year, experts say

  • Safety Tips for Water Skiing and Wake Boarding
    (20-Jun-2015)
    Thousands injured every year, experts say

  • Safety Tips for Water Skiing and Wake Boarding
    (20-Jun-2015)
    Thousands injured every year, experts say

  • Extreme Exercising Can Lead to Blood Poisoning, Study Reveals
    (19-Jun-2015)
    Expert says gradual training can help prevent problems

  • Even Light Activity Can Boost Seniors' Health
    (19-Jun-2015)
    Researchers suggest 300 minutes weekly of activities such as walking or gardening

  • Surf's Up. Be Safe
    (19-Jun-2015)
    Stay near lifeguards, watch for riptides, experts say

  • Even Light Activity Can Boost Seniors' Health
    (19-Jun-2015)
    Researchers suggest 300 minutes weekly of activities such as walking or gardening

  • Thinking About a Pool? Think About Safety
    (19-Jun-2015)
    Never assume someone else is watching the kids

  • Extreme Exercising Can Lead to Blood Poisoning, Study Reveals
    (19-Jun-2015)
    Expert says gradual training can help prevent problems

  • Extreme Exercising Can Lead to Blood Poisoning, Study Reveals
    (19-Jun-2015)
    Expert says gradual training can help prevent problems

  • Extreme Exercising Can Lead to Blood Poisoning, Study Reveals
    (19-Jun-2015)
    Expert says gradual training can help prevent problems

  • Even Light Activity Can Boost Seniors' Health
    (19-Jun-2015)
    Researchers suggest 300 minutes weekly of activities such as walking or gardening

  • Extreme Exercising Can Lead to Blood Poisoning, Study Reveals
    (19-Jun-2015)
    Expert says gradual training can help prevent problems

  • Surf's Up. Be Safe
    (19-Jun-2015)
    Stay near lifeguards, watch for riptides, experts say

  • Surf's Up. Be Safe
    (19-Jun-2015)
    Stay near lifeguards, watch for riptides, experts say

  • Summer Beach Time Means Water Safety
    (19-Jun-2015)
    Expert offers tips for dealing with rip currents and other risks

  • Thinking About a Pool? Think About Safety
    (19-Jun-2015)
    Never assume someone else is watching the kids

  • Extreme Exercising Can Lead to Blood Poisoning, Study Reveals
    (19-Jun-2015)
    Expert says gradual training can help prevent problems

  • Even Light Activity Can Boost Seniors' Health
    (19-Jun-2015)
    Researchers suggest 300 minutes weekly of activities such as walking or gardening

  • Summer Beach Time Means Water Safety
    (19-Jun-2015)
    Expert offers tips for dealing with rip currents and other risks

  • Exercise May Have Benefits Beyond Fitness in Type 2 Diabetes
    (18-Jun-2015)
    Study finds aerobics or strength training can improve blood sugar levels, lower body fat and waist size

  • Exercise May Have Benefits Beyond Fitness in Type 2 Diabetes
    (18-Jun-2015)
    Study finds aerobics or strength training can improve blood sugar levels, lower body fat and waist size

  • High School Football Players May Be at Doubled Risk of Migraine
    (18-Jun-2015)
    Head injuries likely play a role in these headaches, second study suggests

  • Exercise May Have Benefits Beyond Fitness in Type 2 Diabetes
    (18-Jun-2015)
    Study finds aerobics or strength training can improve blood sugar levels, lower body fat and waist size

  • High School Football Players May Be at Doubled Risk of Migraine
    (18-Jun-2015)
    Head injuries likely play a role in these headaches, second study suggests

  • COPD Patients Less Active, Which Can Worsen Outcomes
    (17-Jun-2015)
    Study finds a 'vicious circle' where decline in exercise exacerbates the disease

  • Study Questions Value of Arthroscopic Knee Surgery for Older Patients
    (17-Jun-2015)
    Exercise a better way to relieve arthritis discomfort, researchers say

  • COPD Patients Less Active, Which Can Worsen Outcomes
    (17-Jun-2015)
    Study finds a 'vicious circle' where decline in exercise exacerbates the disease

  • Most Physical Activity Helps You Sleep Better
    (12-Jun-2015)
    But housework and child care linked to poorer slumber

  • Most Physical Activity Helps You Sleep Better
    (12-Jun-2015)
    But housework and child care linked to poorer slumber

  • Health Tip: Creating a Compost
    (12-Jun-2015)
    Can lead to a thriving garden

  • Exercise, Games, Puzzles Don't Prevent Signs of Alzheimer's in the Brain: Study
    (10-Jun-2015)
    But mental and physical activity may keep your mind healthy in other ways, expert says

  • Exercise Can Cut Risk of Pregnancy-Related Diabetes: Study
    (08-Jun-2015)
    Women who were more physically active while expecting also were about 2 pounds lighter

  • Test Endurance Athletes for Heart Woes While They Exercise: Study
    (03-Jun-2015)
    European researchers report detection of arrhythmias should also focus on right ventricle

  • Test Endurance Athletes for Heart Woes While They Exercise: Study
    (03-Jun-2015)
    European researchers report detection of arrhythmias should also focus on right ventricle

  • Office Workers, On Your Feet!
    (02-Jun-2015)
    Report calls for at least 2 hours a day standing on the job

  • Exercise May Blunt a Woman's Risk of Lung and Breast Cancer: Studies
    (02-Jun-2015)
    Experts say findings make sense, but note they are preliminary

  • Office Workers, On Your Feet!
    (02-Jun-2015)
    Report calls for at least 2 hours a day standing on the job

  • Health Tip: Exercising Despite Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
    (28-May-2015)
    Start slowly so you don't overdo it

  • Average New Yorker Sits 7 Hours Each Day: Study
    (28-May-2015)
    Rates may even be higher, and experts warn that too little daily activity can cause serious harm

  • Health Tip: Avoiding Overuse Injury
    (27-May-2015)
    Vary your exercise routine

  • Health Tip: Avoiding Overuse Injury
    (27-May-2015)
    Vary your exercise routine

  • Health Tip: Be Safe Around Lawn Mowers
    (26-May-2015)
    Don't let kids play nearby while mowing

  • Go Take a Hike -- Safely
    (23-May-2015)
    Proper footwear, first-aid kit and extra food are must-haves, experts say

  • Go Take a Hike -- Safely
    (23-May-2015)
    Proper footwear, first-aid kit and extra food are must-haves, experts say

  • Weight Training's Benefits May Depend on Genetics
    (22-May-2015)
    Study shows muscle-building exercise not as effective in women with high risk for obesity

  • Health Tip: Exercise Boosts Heart Health
    (22-May-2015)
    It can help lower blood pressure and cholesterol

  • Diet and Exercise May Not Stave Off Age-Related Muscle Loss
    (22-May-2015)
    Review finds current research is inconclusive

  • Rugby Player's Head Injuries Linked to Brain Decline
    (22-May-2015)
    Chronic traumatic encephalopathy was diagnosed after his death at age 57

  • Health Tip: Exercise Boosts Heart Health
    (22-May-2015)
    It can help lower blood pressure and cholesterol

  • Weight Training's Benefits May Depend on Genetics
    (22-May-2015)
    Study shows muscle-building exercise not as effective in women with high risk for obesity

  • Rugby Player's Head Injuries Linked to Brain Decline
    (22-May-2015)
    Chronic traumatic encephalopathy was diagnosed after his death at age 57

  • Health Tip: Wear Baseball Gear
    (21-May-2015)
    And make sure it fits correctly

  • Breath-Holding Games Are Killing Swimmers, CDC Warns
    (21-May-2015)
    Even seasoned athletes are drowning because of dangerous underwater behaviors, agency says

  • Breath-Holding Games Are Killing Swimmers, CDC Warns
    (21-May-2015)
    Even seasoned athletes are drowning because of dangerous underwater behaviors, agency says

  • At-Home Walks Help Those With Clogged Leg Arteries Stay Mobile
    (20-May-2015)
    In study, people with peripheral artery disease benefited from organized exercise program

  • At-Home Walks Help Those With Clogged Leg Arteries Stay Mobile
    (20-May-2015)
    In study, people with peripheral artery disease benefited from organized exercise program

  • Nation's Capital Named 'Fittest City' in U.S.
    (19-May-2015)
    Washington, D.C., followed by Minneapolis/St. Paul and San Diego as places that encourage exercise

  • Health Tip: Discourage Too Much Screen Time
    (19-May-2015)
    Avoid couch potato children

  • Nation's Capital Named 'Fittest City' in U.S.
    (19-May-2015)
    Washington, D.C., followed by Minneapolis/St. Paul and San Diego as places that encourage exercise

  • Nation's Capital Named 'Fittest City' in U.S.
    (19-May-2015)
    Washington, D.C., followed by Minneapolis/St. Paul and San Diego as places that encourage exercise

  • Preschoolers Get Too Little Physical Activity in Child Care
    (18-May-2015)
    At least two hours recommended every day, study authors say

  • Serious Concussions Linked to Memory Problems in Retired NFL Players
    (18-May-2015)
    Study found those who had lost consciousness during football career were more likely to show brain damage

  • Health Tip: Swimming Pools Can Harbor Germs
    (18-May-2015)
    Keep the water clean for safety sake

  • How Safe Is Exercise for Those With Common Irregular Heartbeat?
    (15-May-2015)
    Atrial fibrillation strikes many older Americans, and study finds gender influences safety of physical activity

  • Even in Later Life, Exercise Seems to Pay Dividends
    (15-May-2015)
    Study links activity in older men to longer lives

  • Even Elite Athletes May Have Heart Abnormalities
    (15-May-2015)
    Study of Olympic prospects finds 'large prevalence' of defects

  • Activity Improves Survival for Those With Implanted Defibrillators
    (15-May-2015)
    People who are most active soon after getting heart device tend to live longer, researchers find

  • Stomach Bug Traced to Swimming in Contaminated Lake Water
    (14-May-2015)
    Safe hygiene practices can prevent norovirus outbreaks, CDC says

  • Stomach Bug Traced to Swimming in Contaminated Lake Water
    (14-May-2015)
    Safe hygiene practices can prevent norovirus outbreaks, CDC says

  • Expectant Mothers' Lifestyle May Influence Child's Later Weight
    (12-May-2015)
    Smoking, gaining too much weight in pregnancy linked to obesity in children

  • Staying Fit May Delay Onset of High Cholesterol, Study Finds
    (11-May-2015)
    Regular physical activity seems to put off age-related increases in men by up to 15 years

  • Staying Fit May Delay Onset of High Cholesterol, Study Finds
    (11-May-2015)
    Regular physical activity seems to put off age-related increases in men by up to 15 years

  • Staying Fit May Delay Onset of High Cholesterol, Study Finds
    (11-May-2015)
    Regular physical activity seems to put off age-related increases in men by up to 15 years

  • When to Ice, When to Heat
    (10-May-2015)
    Sports medicine experts lay out guidelines for injuries, sore muscles

  • Biking, Walking to Work Can Help Shed Pounds
    (08-May-2015)
    U.K. study found a switch away from cars helped folks with 30-minute commutes drop 15 lbs in 2 years

  • Health Tip: Vegetarian Athletes Need Plenty of Protein
    (08-May-2015)
    Here's where you can get it

  • Biking, Walking to Work Can Help Shed Pounds
    (08-May-2015)
    U.K. study found a switch away from cars helped folks with 30-minute commutes drop 15 lbs in 2 years

  • Biking, Walking to Work Can Help Shed Pounds
    (08-May-2015)
    U.K. study found a switch away from cars helped folks with 30-minute commutes drop 15 lbs in 2 years

  • Strengthening Hip Muscles May Ease Calf Pain From Blood Vessel Disease
    (07-May-2015)
    Researchers report that patients might also be able to walk longer

  • Healthy Lifestyle May Boost Colon Cancer Survival
    (07-May-2015)
    Strongest factors included eating more fruits and veggies, maintaining normal weight before diagnosis

  • Americans' Blood Triglyceride Levels Dropping: CDC
    (07-May-2015)
    About one-quarter have high levels of this heart-disease related blood fat, but experts say many people still at risk

  • Many Young Football Players Get Concussions at Practice, Study Says
    (04-May-2015)
    Limiting player-to-player contact may reduce risk of head trauma, experts say

  • Many Young Football Players Get Concussions at Practice, Study Says
    (04-May-2015)
    Limiting player-to-player contact may reduce risk of head trauma, experts say

  • Many Young Football Players Get Concussions at Practice, Study Says
    (04-May-2015)
    Limiting player-to-player contact may reduce risk of head trauma, experts say

  • Be a Responsible Camper
    (03-May-2015)
    Tips for minimizing your impact on the environment

  • Mow With Safety in Mind
    (02-May-2015)
    Expert offers tips on avoiding injury when cutting the grass

  • Fitness May Help Lower Odds for Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma
    (01-May-2015)
    Intense physical activity throughout life was linked to a 30 percent reduction in risk, study suggests

  • 2-Minute Walk Every Hour May Help Offset Effects of Sitting
    (30-Apr-2015)
    Study found short bouts of light activity seem to boost longevity

  • 2-Minute Walk Every Hour May Help Offset Effects of Sitting
    (30-Apr-2015)
    Study found short bouts of light activity seem to boost longevity

  • Health Tip: Fitting a Bicycle Helmet
    (29-Apr-2015)
    Use padding to get a better fit

  • Health Tip: Gear up for Sports
    (28-Apr-2015)
    Drink lots of water

  • Health Food Stores Often Promote Adult-Only Supplements to Teens
    (27-Apr-2015)
    More than 40 percent of stores called by minors suggested buying testosterone booster

  • Health Tip: Get Active During Summer
    (24-Apr-2015)
    Suggestions for a healthier you

  • Health Tip: Are You at Risk for Hip Strain?
    (23-Apr-2015)
    Athletes are considered at higher risk

  • Orthopedist Offers Tips for Preventing Shoulder Injuries
    (23-Apr-2015)
    Strengthening, stretching exercises help maintain stability

  • Salt Pills Do Little for Endurance Athletes: Study
    (17-Apr-2015)
    Finding challenges common belief that they can boost performance

  • Salt Pills Do Little for Endurance Athletes: Study
    (17-Apr-2015)
    Finding challenges common belief that they can boost performance

  • Walking Boosts Outcomes for Prostate Cancer Survivors
    (16-Apr-2015)
    Study found real improvements in quality of life once men got active

  • Walking Boosts Outcomes for Prostate Cancer Survivors
    (16-Apr-2015)
    Study found real improvements in quality of life once men got active

  • Health Tip: Exercising With Knee Problems
    (14-Apr-2015)
    Suggestions to help strengthen without straining

  • To Protect Your Aging Brain, Start With Exercise
    (14-Apr-2015)
    New report also suggests quitting smoking, managing health conditions and socializing

  • Muscle Strength Helps Baseball Pitchers Avoid Injury
    (13-Apr-2015)
    Researchers use computer simulation to show what contributes to elbow problems

  • Muscle Strength Helps Baseball Pitchers Avoid Injury
    (13-Apr-2015)
    Researchers use computer simulation to show what contributes to elbow problems

  • Muscle Strength Helps Baseball Pitchers Avoid Injury
    (13-Apr-2015)
    Researchers use computer simulation to show what contributes to elbow problems

  • Limiting Innings Pitched Doesn't Prevent Injuries: Study
    (10-Apr-2015)
    Gradually increasing player's workload won't help either, researcher says

  • Ease Back Into Springtime Sports, Doctor Cautions
    (10-Apr-2015)
    Sports medicine specialist offers tips to help keep teens and adults moving

  • Limiting Innings Pitched Doesn't Prevent Injuries: Study
    (10-Apr-2015)
    Gradually increasing player's workload won't help either, researcher says

  • Health Tip: Prevent Injury on the Golf Course
    (10-Apr-2015)
    Be prepared

  • Ease Back Into Springtime Sports, Doctor Cautions
    (10-Apr-2015)
    Sports medicine specialist offers tips to help keep teens and adults moving

  • Limiting Innings Pitched Doesn't Prevent Injuries: Study
    (10-Apr-2015)
    Gradually increasing player's workload won't help either, researcher says

  • Long-Distance Runners May Have More 'Desirable' Genes: Study
    (08-Apr-2015)
    Ancient hunter-gatherers may have equated running skills with reproductive potential

  • Health Tip: Doing Yard Work
    (08-Apr-2015)
    Take precautions to stay healthy

  • Long-Distance Runners May Have More 'Desirable' Genes: Study
    (08-Apr-2015)
    Ancient hunter-gatherers may have equated running skills with reproductive potential

  • As the Weather Warms, Avoid Gardening's Pitfalls
    (07-Apr-2015)
    U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention offers safety tips

  • As the Weather Warms, Avoid Gardening's Pitfalls
    (07-Apr-2015)
    U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention offers safety tips

  • Health Tip: Add Exercise to Your Family's Regular Routine
    (06-Apr-2015)
    Play a sport, or go for a walk

  • Health Tip: Diabetics Who Compete
    (06-Apr-2015)
    Follow these safety suggestions

  • Regular, Vigorous Exercise May Lengthen Your Life: Study
    (06-Apr-2015)
    Intense workouts seem more beneficial than less-intense ones, researchers say

  • Fit at 50? Cardiac Arrest During Exercise Unlikely, Study Finds
    (06-Apr-2015)
    Only 5 percent of attacks occurred during activities such as jogging or bicycling

  • Fit at 50? Cardiac Arrest During Exercise Unlikely, Study Finds
    (06-Apr-2015)
    Only 5 percent of attacks occurred during activities such as jogging or bicycling

  • Year-Round Baseball Leads to More Youth Injuries, Study Says
    (04-Apr-2015)
    Elbow ligament tears more common in South than North

  • Year-Round Baseball Leads to More Youth Injuries, Study Says
    (04-Apr-2015)
    Elbow ligament tears more common in South than North

  • Year-Round Baseball Leads to More Youth Injuries, Study Says
    (04-Apr-2015)
    Elbow ligament tears more common in South than North

  • Faster, Taller Youth League Pitchers May Face Greater Risk of Injury
    (03-Apr-2015)
    Playing on multiple teams can also harm young arms, study suggests

  • Exercise Might Boost Mental Function in People With Schizophrenia
    (03-Apr-2015)
    Aerobic activity offers many benefits, but study needs to be duplicated, researcher says

  • Faster, Taller Youth League Pitchers May Face Greater Risk of Injury
    (03-Apr-2015)
    Playing on multiple teams can also harm young arms, study suggests

  • Easter Doesn't Have to Be a Diet Disaster
    (03-Apr-2015)
    Heart group offers tips for a healthier holiday

  • Faster, Taller Youth League Pitchers May Face Greater Risk of Injury
    (03-Apr-2015)
    Playing on multiple teams can also harm young arms, study suggests

  • Health Tip: Looking for an Exercise Product?
    (02-Apr-2015)
    If possible, verify manufacturer claims

  • Health Tip: Looking for an Exercise Product?
    (02-Apr-2015)
    If possible, verify manufacturer claims

  • Exercise Beneficial Even in Polluted Air: Study
    (01-Apr-2015)
    Negative effects from pollution don't negate health gains from workouts, researchers say

  • Health Tip: Heading to the Beach?
    (01-Apr-2015)
    Brush up on swimming safety

  • Young People At Risk of Second Injury After Knee Surgery
    (30-Mar-2015)
    Study finds repeat problems common after early ACL repair

  • Stiff Shoulder No Reason to Delay Rotator Cuff Surgery: Study
    (30-Mar-2015)
    Adding special procedure during operation loosened joint, reduced risk of re-tears

  • Midlife Fitness May Be a Real Cancer Fighter for Men
    (26-Mar-2015)
    Study shows lower risk of lung, colon tumors at 65 and older

  • Midlife Fitness May Be a Real Cancer Fighter for Men
    (26-Mar-2015)
    Study shows lower risk of lung, colon tumors at 65 and older

  • Young Pitchers Often Pressured to Play Despite Pain, Study Says
    (24-Mar-2015)
    Majority of parents are unaware of safe throwing guidelines, researchers find

  • Second 'Tommy John' Surgery Is No Win for Pitchers
    (24-Mar-2015)
    Only two-thirds return to major league play, and performance drops, study finds

  • Young Pitchers Often Pressured to Play Despite Pain, Study Says
    (24-Mar-2015)
    Majority of parents are unaware of safe throwing guidelines, researchers find

  • Should Older Runners Embrace the 'Barefoot' Craze?
    (24-Mar-2015)
    People over 30 may take more time to safely adjust to 'minimalist' shoes, study suggests

  • Athletes Need to Guard Against Skin Woes
    (24-Mar-2015)
    From blisters to burns, what to watch out for

  • Young Pitchers Often Pressured to Play Despite Pain, Study Says
    (24-Mar-2015)
    Majority of parents are unaware of safe throwing guidelines, researchers find

  • Athletes Need to Guard Against Skin Woes
    (24-Mar-2015)
    From blisters to burns, what to watch out for

  • Second 'Tommy John' Surgery Is No Win for Pitchers
    (24-Mar-2015)
    Only two-thirds return to major league play, and performance drops, study finds

  • Exercise, But Not Vitamin D, Cuts Injuries From Falls in Older Women: Study
    (23-Mar-2015)
    Neither worked to cut odds for any type of falls, but exercise may help prevent injury if a tumble occurs

  • Exercise Might Help His Sex Life
    (23-Mar-2015)
    Men who get the most physical activity report more erections, orgasms, study says

  • For Safety's Sake: A Young Star Player Quits Pro Football...
    (20-Mar-2015)
    ... As many re-examine the health risks posed by America's favorite sport

  • Parents' Attitude May Be Key to Pre-Game Jitters in Kids
    (20-Mar-2015)
    Anxieties over performance transmit easily from parent to child, study suggests

  • For Safety's Sake: A Young Star Player Quits Pro Football...
    (20-Mar-2015)
    ... As many re-examine the health risks posed by America's favorite sport

  • Yoga May Help Ease Depression in Pregnant Women
    (19-Mar-2015)
    Finding suggests it might sometimes be alternative to antidepressants, talk therapy

  • Health Tip: Pick Up a Jump Rope For Fitness
    (18-Mar-2015)
    Suggestions for proper technique

  • Healthy Lifestyle May Guard Against Dementia
    (12-Mar-2015)
    Study found seniors who were advised on better eating, exercise scored higher on mental tests

  • Exercise's Effect on Brain May Boost Mobility in Old Age
    (11-Mar-2015)
    You don't need to run marathons, researcher says

  • Health Tip: Build a Fitness Support System
    (11-Mar-2015)
    Get family and friends to keep you motivated

  • Health Tip: Benefits From Proper Diet and Exercise
    (10-Mar-2015)
    Positives include better stress management

  • Good Heart Health May Help Stave Off Dementia, Study Says
    (10-Mar-2015)
    Poorer cardiac function linked to doubled odds for mental decline

  • Health Tip: Benefits From Proper Diet and Exercise
    (10-Mar-2015)
    Positives include better stress management

  • When One Spouse Exercises, the Other May Start, Too
    (06-Mar-2015)
    'Harness the power of the couple' to enhance health, researcher says

  • Health Tip: Protect Your Hair From a Water Workout
    (06-Mar-2015)
    Wear a cap while you swim

  • Exercise May Boost Size of Some Brain Regions
    (05-Mar-2015)
    But it's not clear if these changes make a difference in aging, researcher says

  • Stress May Undermine Heart Benefits of Exercise
    (05-Mar-2015)
    Study found teens who lacked coping skills faced raised heart risks that physical fitness did not counter

  • Easing Depression May Boost Heart Health, Study Finds
    (05-Mar-2015)
    People with moderate to severe depression saw improved circulatory outcomes with antidepressants

  • Exercise May Boost Size of Some Brain Regions
    (05-Mar-2015)
    But it's not clear if these changes make a difference in aging, researcher says

  • Exercise May Boost Size of Some Brain Regions
    (05-Mar-2015)
    But it's not clear if these changes make a difference in aging, researcher says

  • Exercise May Boost Size of Some Brain Regions
    (05-Mar-2015)
    But it's not clear if these changes make a difference in aging, researcher says

  • Health Tip: Conquering Exercise Saboteurs
    (04-Mar-2015)
    Don't use stress as an excuse

  • Fit Body at 40 May Keep Brain Bright at 60
    (04-Mar-2015)
    Tests show higher midlife fitness levels tied to greater brain volume, function decades later

  • Health Tip: Conquering Exercise Saboteurs
    (04-Mar-2015)
    Don't use stress as an excuse

  • Fit Body at 40 May Keep Brain Bright at 60
    (04-Mar-2015)
    Tests show higher midlife fitness levels tied to greater brain volume, function decades later

  • Kids May Be More Likely to Exercise When Friends Do
    (03-Mar-2015)
    Study suggests that activity with peers might benefit overweight children

  • Helping Student-Athletes With Mental Health Issues
    (03-Mar-2015)
    Guidelines issued for U.S. high schools

  • Any Exercise Is Good, But Higher-Intensity May Be Better
    (02-Mar-2015)
    Brisk walking drops blood sugar more than a slower walk, study finds

  • Health Tip: Recovering From a Run
    (02-Mar-2015)
    Drink fluids and eat a snack

  • Tracking Brain Blood Flow May Help Predict Concussion Outcomes
    (02-Mar-2015)
    In study, scans show reduced circulation in brains of football players who had not recovered from the injury

  • Any Exercise Is Good, But Higher-Intensity May Be Better
    (02-Mar-2015)
    Brisk walking drops blood sugar more than a slower walk, study finds

  • Any Exercise Is Good, But Higher-Intensity May Be Better
    (02-Mar-2015)
    Brisk walking drops blood sugar more than a slower walk, study finds

  • Tips for Safe Snow Fun
    (28-Feb-2015)
    Winter sports account for more than 343,000 injuries in U.S. a year, experts say

  • Tips for Safe Snow Fun
    (28-Feb-2015)
    Winter sports account for more than 343,000 injuries in U.S. a year, experts say

  • Tips for Safe Snow Fun
    (28-Feb-2015)
    Winter sports account for more than 343,000 injuries in U.S. a year, experts say

  • Tips for Safe Snow Fun
    (28-Feb-2015)
    Winter sports account for more than 343,000 injuries in U.S. a year, experts say

  • Tips for Safe Snow Fun
    (28-Feb-2015)
    Winter sports account for more than 343,000 injuries in U.S. a year, experts say

  • Safety Add-Ons for Football Helmets May Not Cut Concussion Risk
    (25-Feb-2015)
    Crash dummy testing found extra padding, strips and treatments didn't make much difference on impact

  • Safety Add-Ons for Football Helmets May Not Cut Concussion Risk
    (25-Feb-2015)
    Crash dummy testing found extra padding, strips and treatments didn't make much difference on impact

  • Health Tip: Exercising as a Senior
    (18-Feb-2015)
    Here are answers to help you get moving

  • Study Questions Benefits of Treadmill Desks
    (18-Feb-2015)
    They add about 1,000 steps to a user's day; at least one exercise specialist sees some value to the devices

  • Light Activity a Boost to Seniors' Hearts
    (18-Feb-2015)
    Low-level movement helps even those with limited mobility, study says

  • Study Questions Benefits of Treadmill Desks
    (18-Feb-2015)
    They add about 1,000 steps to a user's day; at least one exercise specialist sees some value to the devices

  • Light Activity a Boost to Seniors' Hearts
    (18-Feb-2015)
    Low-level movement helps even those with limited mobility, study says

  • Achilles Tendon Can Handle Downhill Running: Study
    (17-Feb-2015)
    The key is to transition gradually, researcher says

  • Achilles Tendon Can Handle Downhill Running: Study
    (17-Feb-2015)
    The key is to transition gradually, researcher says

  • Health Tip: Getting Nutrition on the Go
    (16-Feb-2015)
    What to eat before and after exercise

  • More Evidence That Even 'Moderate' Exercise Helps Women's Hearts
    (16-Feb-2015)
    A few sweat-inducing workouts per week are enough to cut risks in middle age, study finds

  • Health Tip: Vary Your Exercise Regimen
    (13-Feb-2015)
    It will help you stay on track

  • Motorized Stationary Bike May Help With Stroke Rehabilitation
    (12-Feb-2015)
    Aerobic exercise improved outlook and helped patients regain everyday skills

  • Motorized Stationary Bike May Help With Stroke Rehabilitation
    (12-Feb-2015)
    Aerobic exercise improved outlook and helped patients regain everyday skills

  • Yoga Gaining in Popularity Among Americans
    (11-Feb-2015)
    More children, adults and seniors trying the ancient discipline, researchers report

  • Yoga Gaining in Popularity Among Americans
    (11-Feb-2015)
    More children, adults and seniors trying the ancient discipline, researchers report

  • Health Tip: Enjoying Indoor Racquet Sports
    (09-Feb-2015)
    Help prevent injuries

  • Health Tip: Work Out at Home
    (05-Feb-2015)
    Here's what you'll need

  • Women Use More Oxygen for Breathing
    (04-Feb-2015)
    Respiratory muscles tested in exercise show women consume more oxygen than men

  • Income Inequality Affects Kids' Health, Research Shows
    (04-Feb-2015)
    Study of 34 countries finds widening gap in physical and mental health of rich and poor

  • Americans Confused About Cancer Risks
    (04-Feb-2015)
    Survey finds many worry about unproven factors like food additives, and less about exercise and obesity

  • Health Tip: Get the Most from Exercise
    (03-Feb-2015)
    Wear comfortable shoes and clothing

  • When It Comes to Jogging, Easy Does It, Study Suggests
    (02-Feb-2015)
    Just an hour or two a week confers life-extension benefits, researcher contends

  • When It Comes to Jogging, Easy Does It, Study Suggests
    (02-Feb-2015)
    Just an hour or two a week confers life-extension benefits, researcher contends

  • More Evidence That Boxing Can Lead to Brain Damage
    (30-Jan-2015)
    Repeated blows to head tied to changes seen on MRIs, lower test scores, study finds

  • Eye Tracking May Help to Spot Concussions Quickly
    (29-Jan-2015)
    Simple technique offers possible way to assess brain injury severity, study says

  • Early Birds May Catch the Worm, but Night Owls May Snatch the Win
    (29-Jan-2015)
    Athletes who are late risers perform better in the evening, study suggests

  • Muscle Weakness Affects 1 in 5 Americans Over 80
    (28-Jan-2015)
    CDC study finds women more affected than men

  • Study Suggests Early Start to Football May Pose Brain Risks
    (28-Jan-2015)
    Former pros who played before age of 11 showed greater deficits in memory and thinking skills

  • Study Suggests Early Start to Football May Pose Brain Risks
    (28-Jan-2015)
    Former pros who played before age of 11 showed greater deficits in memory and thinking skills

  • Concussions Linked to Memory Loss in Study of Retired NFL Players
    (27-Jan-2015)
    Researchers found differences and evidence of damage in areas of brain related to recall

  • Menu Calorie Counts May Mean Less Fattening Meals for Kids
    (26-Jan-2015)
    Study suggests certain calorie information might also prompt parents to encourage more exercise

  • Looking to Boost Your Exercise Level? Here Are Some Helpful Tips
    (24-Jan-2015)
    Start slowly and allow for time to rest and recover, trainers recommend

  • Looking to Boost Your Exercise Level? Here Are Some Helpful Tips
    (24-Jan-2015)
    Start slowly and allow for time to rest and recover, trainers recommend

  • Looking to Boost Your Exercise Level? Here Are Some Helpful Tips
    (24-Jan-2015)
    Start slowly and allow for time to rest and recover, trainers recommend

  • Health Tip: Exercise Safely
    (23-Jan-2015)
    Opt for activities with lower rates of injury

  • Health Tip: Exercise Safely
    (23-Jan-2015)
    Opt for activities with lower rates of injury

  • Exercise May Tone Up Women's Bodies and Minds
    (23-Jan-2015)
    Regular physical activity appears to boost oxygen supply to the brain, study says

  • Health Tip: Exercise Safely
    (23-Jan-2015)
    Opt for activities with lower rates of injury

  • Health Tip: Exercise Safely
    (23-Jan-2015)
    Opt for activities with lower rates of injury

  • Health Tip: Exercise Safely
    (23-Jan-2015)
    Opt for activities with lower rates of injury

  • Health Tip: Eat a Pre-Workout Snack
    (22-Jan-2015)
    Suggestions to help boost your energy

  • School Sports Costs Leave Some Students on Sidelines
    (22-Jan-2015)
    Only one-third of kids from families making less than $60,000 play on teams

  • Realistic Targets May Boost Exercise Rates, Experts Say
    (22-Jan-2015)
    For those who are inactive, any activity may be better than none

  • Most Americans Have Access to 'Exercise Opportunities,' Study Finds
    (22-Jan-2015)
    But availability varies, with Southern counties faring worse

  • Most Americans Have Access to 'Exercise Opportunities,' Study Finds
    (22-Jan-2015)
    But availability varies, with Southern counties faring worse

  • Most Americans Have Access to 'Exercise Opportunities,' Study Finds
    (22-Jan-2015)
    But availability varies, with Southern counties faring worse

  • Most Americans Have Access to 'Exercise Opportunities,' Study Finds
    (22-Jan-2015)
    But availability varies, with Southern counties faring worse

  • Most Americans Have Access to 'Exercise Opportunities,' Study Finds
    (22-Jan-2015)
    But availability varies, with Southern counties faring worse

  • Realistic Targets May Boost Exercise Rates, Experts Say
    (22-Jan-2015)
    For those who are inactive, any activity may be better than none

  • Most Americans Have Access to 'Exercise Opportunities,' Study Finds
    (22-Jan-2015)
    But availability varies, with Southern counties faring worse

  • Experts See Place for Weight-Loss Drugs in Obesity Treatment
    (20-Jan-2015)
    But diet and exercise are also key tools, according to new Endocrine Society guidelines

  • Walking Group a Step Toward Better Health, Researchers Say
    (20-Jan-2015)
    Your heart rate, cholesterol and even depression might improve, study suggests

  • Walking Group a Step Toward Better Health, Researchers Say
    (20-Jan-2015)
    Your heart rate, cholesterol and even depression might improve, study suggests

  • Health Tip: Get Fit Without the Gym
    (19-Jan-2015)
    Use your home as an exercise venue

  • Too Much Sitting Can Be Deadly -- Even if You Exercise, Review Finds
    (19-Jan-2015)
    Researcher suggests ways to include movement in your day that goes beyond that hour at the gym

  • Want to Get Healthy? Get Your Partner Involved
    (19-Jan-2015)
    New research finds lifestyle changes are more successful when couples do it together

  • Health Tip: Turning Off the TV
    (15-Jan-2015)
    Suggestions to limit screen time

  • Health Tip: Exercising With a Lung Condition
    (14-Jan-2015)
    May help ease shortness of breath

  • Lack of Exercise More Deadly Than Obesity, Study Suggests
    (14-Jan-2015)
    Just a 20-minute brisk walk each day can lower odds of early death, researchers add

  • Lack of Exercise More Deadly Than Obesity, Study Suggests
    (14-Jan-2015)
    Just a 20-minute brisk walk each day can lower odds of early death, researchers add

  • Health Tip: Get Weight-Bearing Exercise
    (09-Jan-2015)
    For healthier bones

  • Middle School Football Doesn't Seem to Cause Short-Term Brain Damage: Study
    (09-Jan-2015)
    Small review found hits to head occurred less often than for older players; one doctor has some concerns

  • Middle School Football Doesn't Seem to Cause Short-Term Brain Damage: Study
    (09-Jan-2015)
    Small review found hits to head occurred less often than for older players; one doctor has some concerns

  • Middle School Football Doesn't Seem to Cause Short-Term Brain Damage: Study
    (09-Jan-2015)
    Small review found hits to head occurred less often than for older players; one doctor has some concerns

  • Knee Arthritis Drugs Beat Placebos, but Study Finds No Clear Winner
    (06-Jan-2015)
    Injections were rated slightly more effective at fighting pain than pills

  • More Evidence That Healthy Living Works Wonders for Women's Hearts
    (05-Jan-2015)
    Study found good diet, exercise slashed odds for heart disease by 90 percent

  • U.S. Bicyclist Deaths on the Rise, Study Finds
    (02-Jan-2015)
    Two-thirds of riders who died weren't wearing helmets, report notes

  • Dealing With Cold Weather Injuries
    (01-Jan-2015)
    Safety precautions can prevent serious problems during winter activities

  • Dealing With Cold Weather Injuries
    (01-Jan-2015)
    Safety precautions can prevent serious problems during winter activities

  • Exercise May Cut Fall Risk for Some Parkinson's Patients
    (31-Dec-2014)
    Benefit strongest for those with milder symptoms, study finds

  • Health Tip: Soothe Sore Muscles
    (24-Dec-2014)
    Rest, massage and stretching can help

  • FDA Approves New Weight-Loss Drug
    (24-Dec-2014)
    Saxenda cleared for use by adults who are obese or overweight and have at least one weight-related condition

  • Weight Training Key to Battling Belly Fat as You Age: Study
    (22-Dec-2014)
    Aerobic activity alone isn't enough, researchers report

  • Health Tip: Finding Time for Fitness
    (22-Dec-2014)
    Easy ways to get more exercise

  • Health Tip: Finding Time for Fitness
    (22-Dec-2014)
    Easy ways to get more exercise

  • Weight Training Key to Battling Belly Fat as You Age: Study
    (22-Dec-2014)
    Aerobic activity alone isn't enough, researchers report

  • Concussion Laws Helping Student-Athletes, Study Finds
    (22-Dec-2014)
    Researchers believe raising public awareness made a big difference, too

  • Loss of Teeth Linked to Physical, Mental Decline in Study
    (19-Dec-2014)
    Researchers say association was strongest among 60- to 74-year-olds

  • Being Fit Keeps Blood Pressure in Check
    (18-Dec-2014)
    Those in poorest shape were more likely to have high blood pressure, study found

  • Being Fit Keeps Blood Pressure in Check
    (18-Dec-2014)
    Those in poorest shape were more likely to have high blood pressure, study found

  • Xtoro Approved for Swimmer's Ear
    (18-Dec-2014)
    Infection's symptoms include pain, swelling and redness

  • Health Tip: Pack Essentials for Outdoor Exercise
    (16-Dec-2014)
    Here's what to bring

  • Yoga May Cut Heart Disease Risk Factors
    (16-Dec-2014)
    Review found those who took yoga classes saw improvements in blood pressure, cholesterol, weight

  • Health Tip: Be Aware of Icy Spots
    (15-Dec-2014)
    And reduce your risk of falling

  • Exercise, Diet May Be Key to Beating a Common Irregular Heartbeat
    (12-Dec-2014)
    Atrial fibrillation often hits older people, but study shows getting healthier can curb it

  • Health Tip: Does Your Bike Helmet Fit?
    (10-Dec-2014)
    It should be snug, yet comfortable

  • Health Tip: Get Active This Winter!
    (10-Dec-2014)
    'Tis the season for exercise

  • Too Much TV Time May Lower Survival Odds After Colon Cancer, Study Suggests
    (08-Dec-2014)
    Researchers also found exercising seven hours or more a week boosted chances of living longer

  • Some NFL Players Use Unproven Stem Cell Therapies: Report
    (08-Dec-2014)
    New treatments may not work, or may have unknown risks, expert says

  • Hard Hit to Chest Triggered Irregular Heartbeat in Teen Football Player
    (08-Dec-2014)
    But case report notes 16-year-old's heart returned to normal in three days after rare occurrence

  • Some NFL Players Use Unproven Stem Cell Therapies: Report
    (08-Dec-2014)
    New treatments may not work, or may have unknown risks, expert says

  • Study Links Running to Lower Alzheimer's Death Risk
    (04-Dec-2014)
    Higher fruit intake, cholesterol-lowering drugs also associated with reduced risk, researchers say

  • Exercise After Weight-Loss Surgery Yields Added Health Gains
    (04-Dec-2014)
    Physical activity reduced risk factors for diabetes, study says

  • Study Links Running to Lower Alzheimer's Death Risk
    (04-Dec-2014)
    Higher fruit intake, cholesterol-lowering drugs also associated with reduced risk, researchers say

  • Study Links Running to Lower Alzheimer's Death Risk
    (04-Dec-2014)
    Higher fruit intake, cholesterol-lowering drugs also associated with reduced risk, researchers say

  • Sleep Apnea May Lower Your Aerobic Fitness
    (03-Dec-2014)
    People with the sleep disorder take in less oxygen during exercise, small study finds

  • Sleep Apnea May Lower Your Aerobic Fitness
    (03-Dec-2014)
    People with the sleep disorder take in less oxygen during exercise, small study finds

  • Sleep Apnea May Lower Your Aerobic Fitness
    (03-Dec-2014)
    People with the sleep disorder take in less oxygen during exercise, small study finds

  • Sleep Apnea May Lower Your Aerobic Fitness
    (03-Dec-2014)
    People with the sleep disorder take in less oxygen during exercise, small study finds

  • Better Diet, Exercise Can Prevent Diabetes in Both Sexes, Study Finds
    (02-Dec-2014)
    Taking blood sugar-lowering medications can also help, researchers say

  • High School Football Tied to Brain Changes, Even Without Concussion
    (01-Dec-2014)
    Small study suggests that blows to the head in a typical season might alter brain

  • High School Football Tied to Brain Changes, Even Without Concussion
    (01-Dec-2014)
    Small study suggests that blows to the head in a typical season might alter brain

  • Testosterone May Not Deliver Victory for Athletes, Study Found
    (01-Dec-2014)
    Cross-country runners showed a spike in the 'male hormone' during race, regardless of finishing time

  • High School Football Tied to Brain Changes, Even Without Concussion
    (01-Dec-2014)
    Small study suggests that blows to the head in a typical season might alter brain

  • Stand-Up Advice for Preventing Back Pain
    (30-Nov-2014)
    Healthy habits include good posture

  • Holiday Overindulgence Risky for People With Type 2 Diabetes
    (29-Nov-2014)
    Carbohydrate-heavy meals can send blood sugar levels soaring, expert warns

  • Health Tip: Skate Safely
    (27-Nov-2014)
    Sharpen blades before the season starts

  • Harm From Baseball Concussions May Linger, Study Finds
    (26-Nov-2014)
    Batting skills often worse than normal after players return to sport

  • Don't Let High Altitude Ruin Your Holiday Trip
    (26-Nov-2014)
    Stay hydrated and give yourself time to acclimate, expert advises

  • Don't Let High Altitude Ruin Your Holiday Trip
    (26-Nov-2014)
    Stay hydrated and give yourself time to acclimate, expert advises

  • Harm From Baseball Concussions May Linger, Study Finds
    (26-Nov-2014)
    Batting skills often worse than normal after players return to sport

  • Don't Let High Altitude Ruin Your Holiday Trip
    (26-Nov-2014)
    Stay hydrated and give yourself time to acclimate, expert advises

  • Don't Let High Altitude Ruin Your Holiday Trip
    (26-Nov-2014)
    Stay hydrated and give yourself time to acclimate, expert advises

  • Don't Let High Altitude Ruin Your Holiday Trip
    (26-Nov-2014)
    Stay hydrated and give yourself time to acclimate, expert advises

  • Daily Physical Activity May Help Lower Parkinson's Risk
    (25-Nov-2014)
    Six hours a week of household chores or commuting seem protective, study finds

  • Parents Need to Take Lead on Teen Concussion Prevention
    (25-Nov-2014)
    Expert advises protective gear, and baseline concussion testing for athletes

  • Parents Need to Take Lead on Teen Concussion Prevention
    (25-Nov-2014)
    Expert advises protective gear, and baseline concussion testing for athletes

  • Parents Need to Take Lead on Teen Concussion Prevention
    (25-Nov-2014)
    Expert advises protective gear, and baseline concussion testing for athletes

  • Health Tip: Getting Active Indoors
    (24-Nov-2014)
    Get 60 minutes of exercise inside

  • Jogging May Help Seniors Walk Better
    (24-Nov-2014)
    Study found that the high-aerobic activity of running helped people walk more efficiently

  • Jogging May Help Seniors Walk Better
    (24-Nov-2014)
    Study found that the high-aerobic activity of running helped people walk more efficiently

  • Exercise Might Not Help Some Type 2 Diabetics Control Their Blood Sugar
    (20-Nov-2014)
    Study suggests that about 20 percent of patients carry 'exercise-resistant' genes

  • Home Exercise Boosts Heart Patients' Frame of Mind
    (19-Nov-2014)
    But in-hospital workouts didn't produce same results, study found

  • Home Exercise Boosts Heart Patients' Frame of Mind
    (19-Nov-2014)
    But in-hospital workouts didn't produce same results, study found

  • Home Exercise Boosts Heart Patients' Frame of Mind
    (19-Nov-2014)
    But in-hospital workouts didn't produce same results, study found

  • Exercise, Physical Therapy May Help Ease Pain of Arthritis
    (17-Nov-2014)
    Study showed greater improvements in pain, stiffness and function when added to routine care

  • Running Won't Raise Risk of Knee Arthritis, Study Says
    (17-Nov-2014)
    In fact, it suggests running may even help prevent painful joint condition

  • Running Won't Raise Risk of Knee Arthritis, Study Says
    (17-Nov-2014)
    In fact, it suggests running may even help prevent painful joint condition

  • Weight Gain Doesn't Have to Be Part of Thanksgiving
    (14-Nov-2014)
    Registered dietician offers tips for slimming down your holiday

  • Acupuncture, Exercise May Ease Pain for Breast Cancer Patients
    (13-Nov-2014)
    Treatment-related discomfort, swelling helped by the approaches, studies find

  • Easy-to-Walk Communities Linked to Sharper Senior Minds
    (13-Nov-2014)
    Neighborhoods that encourage activity seem to benefit the brain, study suggests

  • Health Tip: Enjoy a Post-Run Snack
    (12-Nov-2014)
    Suggestions to help you refuel

  • Three-Quarters of Young Baseball Players Have Arm Pain
    (11-Nov-2014)
    But study found many kids are encouraged to stay on the field in spite of their injuries

  • Three-Quarters of Young Baseball Players Have Arm Pain
    (11-Nov-2014)
    But study found many kids are encouraged to stay on the field in spite of their injuries

  • Many Docs Fail to Counsel Young Adults With High Blood Pressure
    (10-Nov-2014)
    Too few physicians urge lifestyle changes, study finds

  • Want to Be a Leader? Cultivate a Healthy Look
    (05-Nov-2014)
    The appearance of fitness trumps a look of intelligence, study says

  • High School Football Players Aren't Well-Educated About Concussion
    (01-Nov-2014)
    Young athletes may not understand possible consequences, study shows

  • High School Football Players Aren't Well-Educated About Concussion
    (01-Nov-2014)
    Young athletes may not understand possible consequences, study shows

  • Stroke Prevention Guidelines Emphasize Healthy Lifestyle
    (29-Oct-2014)
    Eat lots of fruits and veggies, get exercise, limit salt and don't smoke, experts say

  • Health Tip: Seniors Shouldn't See Exercise as a Chore
    (28-Oct-2014)
    Fun ways to get active

  • Health Tip: Get Kids Outdoors
    (27-Oct-2014)
    How outside exercise can boost health

  • 'Prehabilitation' Before Colon Cancer Surgery May Aid Recovery
    (27-Oct-2014)
    Study finds pre-op exercise, diet and relaxation program helps after procedure

  • Athletic Trainers' Group Advises Heart Tests for Young Athletes
    (17-Oct-2014)
    Identifying problems may prevent sudden cardiac arrest, new guidelines suggest

  • Dads Face Guilt About Workouts, Just Like Moms Do
    (17-Oct-2014)
    Both parents tend to view exercise as a selfish behavior that takes up family time, researcher says

  • Upbeat Walking Style Might Lift Your Mood
    (17-Oct-2014)
    Negativity less likely in people with a positive gait, study says

  • Dads Face Guilt About Workouts, Just Like Moms Do
    (17-Oct-2014)
    Both parents tend to view exercise as a selfish behavior that takes up family time, researcher says

  • Athletic Trainers' Group Advises Heart Tests for Young Athletes
    (17-Oct-2014)
    Identifying problems may prevent sudden cardiac arrest, new guidelines suggest

  • Upbeat Walking Style Might Lift Your Mood
    (17-Oct-2014)
    Negativity less likely in people with a positive gait, study says

  • Healthy Lifestyle May Boost Breast Cancer Survival
    (16-Oct-2014)
    Proper diet, exercise, weight control among factors that may help, experts say

  • More Evidence That Exercise May Help Fight Depression
    (16-Oct-2014)
    But low mood can be a barrier to physical activity, study finds

  • Repetitive Pitching May Cause Teens Serious Shoulder Problems
    (14-Oct-2014)
    Playing ball year-round is ill-advised, experts say

  • Repetitive Pitching May Cause Teens Serious Shoulder Problems
    (14-Oct-2014)
    Playing ball year-round is ill-advised, experts say

  • Exercise May Not Ward Off Teen Depression
    (14-Oct-2014)
    U.K. research finds no apparent link, but U.S. experts are not convinced

  • Repetitive Pitching May Cause Teens Serious Shoulder Problems
    (14-Oct-2014)
    Playing ball year-round is ill-advised, experts say

  • Coaches Don't Always Protect Young Pitchers' Arms: Study
    (10-Oct-2014)
    Many know about pitch counts, but don't keep close track, researchers report

  • Healthy Habits Might Reduce Your Colon Cancer Risk
    (10-Oct-2014)
    Men in particular would benefit from 5 lifestyle practices, researchers say

  • Coaches Don't Always Protect Young Pitchers' Arms: Study
    (10-Oct-2014)
    Many know about pitch counts, but don't keep close track, researchers report

  • Contact Sports Boost Spread of 'Superbug' Germs, Study Says
    (09-Oct-2014)
    College athletes advised to practice good hygiene, and to stop sharing towels, razors

  • Contact Sports Boost Spread of 'Superbug' Germs, Study Says
    (09-Oct-2014)
    College athletes advised to practice good hygiene, and to stop sharing towels, razors

  • Contact Sports Boost Spread of 'Superbug' Germs, Study Says
    (09-Oct-2014)
    College athletes advised to practice good hygiene, and to stop sharing towels, razors

  • Contact Sports Boost Spread of 'Superbug' Germs, Study Says
    (09-Oct-2014)
    College athletes advised to practice good hygiene, and to stop sharing towels, razors

  • Contact Sports Boost Spread of 'Superbug' Germs, Study Says
    (09-Oct-2014)
    College athletes advised to practice good hygiene, and to stop sharing towels, razors

  • Health Tip: Reduce Your Risk of Exercise Injury
    (08-Oct-2014)
    Start slow and don't overdo it

  • Sitting Around in Middle Age Doesn't Bode Well for Old Age
    (08-Oct-2014)
    Study cites need to reduce sedentary time

  • Healthy Lifestyle Choices May Cut Women's Stroke Risk
    (08-Oct-2014)
    Following 5 healthy habits halved chances of most common kind of brain attack, study suggests

  • Health Tip: Exercise With Weights
    (03-Oct-2014)
    Suggestions for safe strength training

  • Health Tip: Exercise With Weights
    (03-Oct-2014)
    Suggestions for safe strength training

  • Aerobic Exercise May Boost Quality of Life for Dialysis Patients
    (02-Oct-2014)
    Regular activity linked to reduced risk of earlier death, improved mood, study suggests

  • Kids With Autism Tend to Be Less Active, Study Says
    (02-Oct-2014)
    But 'underlying physical abilities are there'

  • Aerobic Exercise May Boost Quality of Life for Dialysis Patients
    (02-Oct-2014)
    Regular activity linked to reduced risk of earlier death, improved mood, study suggests

  • Healthy Lifestyle Before Pregnancy May Cut Gestational Diabetes Risk
    (01-Oct-2014)
    Factors that appear to lower odds include healthy weight, exercise and no smoking

  • Health Tip: Get Physical Activity
    (30-Sep-2014)
    From sports to cleaning, there are many ways to burn calories

  • After-School Exercise Yields Brain Gains: Study
    (29-Sep-2014)
    Findings suggest physical education, recess may improve academic success

  • Avoid the Fall Sports Injury Trap
    (27-Sep-2014)
    Most common injuries come from overuse, experts say

  • Avoid the Fall Sports Injury Trap
    (27-Sep-2014)
    Most common injuries come from overuse, experts say

  • Avoid the Fall Sports Injury Trap
    (27-Sep-2014)
    Most common injuries come from overuse, experts say

  • Avoid the Fall Sports Injury Trap
    (27-Sep-2014)
    Most common injuries come from overuse, experts say

  • ACL Tear Won't Keep Most College Athletes From Returning to Play: Study
    (26-Sep-2014)
    Recovery actually seems better for college-age players vs. younger peers, researchers say

  • Nature Walks With Others May Keep Depression at Bay
    (25-Sep-2014)
    Study found they lowered stress levels, lifted spirits after illness, job loss, divorce, death of loved one

  • Drinking Alcohol More Common on Exercise Days
    (24-Sep-2014)
    Study authors say it's not clear why physical activity and alcohol appear linked

  • Drinking Alcohol More Common on Exercise Days
    (24-Sep-2014)
    Study authors say it's not clear why physical activity and alcohol appear linked

  • Health Tip: Get Fit With a Buddy
    (23-Sep-2014)
    It's easier than going it alone

  • Health Tip: Get Fit With a Buddy
    (23-Sep-2014)
    It's easier than going it alone

  • Study: Healthy Lifestyle Behaviors May Prevent 80 Percent of Heart Attacks
    (22-Sep-2014)
    Men who follow 5 guidelines dramatically cut their risk, researchers say

  • Adults Over 45 Not Meeting U.S. Muscle Strengthening Guidelines, Study Says
    (19-Sep-2014)
    Less than one-quarter follow recommendations

  • Adults Over 45 Not Meeting U.S. Muscle Strengthening Guidelines, Study Says
    (19-Sep-2014)
    Less than one-quarter follow recommendations

  • Adults Over 45 Not Meeting U.S. Muscle Strengthening Guidelines, Study Says
    (19-Sep-2014)
    Less than one-quarter follow recommendations

  • Scientists Studying Sickle Cell Trait
    (18-Sep-2014)
    Condition has killed 9 collegiate football players since 2000, researchers say

  • Healthy Lifestyle Changes Linked to Reduced Risk for Dementia
    (17-Sep-2014)
    Never too late to take steps to help avoid the memory-robbing disorder, researchers say

  • Health Tip: Creating a Circuit Training Workout
    (16-Sep-2014)
    Burn calories and minimize boredom

  • Nonsurgical Treatments Suggested for Women's Urinary Incontinence
    (16-Sep-2014)
    Pelvic muscle exercises, bladder training and weight loss can help, doctors say

  • U.S. Waistlines Keep Growing, With Women Leading the Way
    (16-Sep-2014)
    Average is nearly 39 inches, CDC researchers find

  • Blood Pressure Seems to Stay Lower Longer in Fitter Men
    (15-Sep-2014)
    Study suggests heart-healthy exercise may keep blood vessels more flexible

  • Walking, Biking to Work Seems to Have Mental Health Benefits
    (15-Sep-2014)
    Active commuters less stressed, better able to concentrate than those who drive, research shows

  • Walking, Biking to Work Seems to Have Mental Health Benefits
    (15-Sep-2014)
    Active commuters less stressed, better able to concentrate than those who drive, research shows

  • Heart Docs Don't Recommend Routine ECGs for Young Athletes
    (15-Sep-2014)
    Detailed history, examination can reveal teens' risk for sudden death, experts say

  • Blood Pressure Seems to Stay Lower Longer in Fitter Men
    (15-Sep-2014)
    Study suggests heart-healthy exercise may keep blood vessels more flexible

  • Blood Pressure Seems to Stay Lower Longer in Fitter Men
    (15-Sep-2014)
    Study suggests heart-healthy exercise may keep blood vessels more flexible

  • Blood Pressure Seems to Stay Lower Longer in Fitter Men
    (15-Sep-2014)
    Study suggests heart-healthy exercise may keep blood vessels more flexible

  • Walking, Biking to Work Seems to Have Mental Health Benefits
    (15-Sep-2014)
    Active commuters less stressed, better able to concentrate than those who drive, research shows

  • Physical Activity May Boost School Performance, Especially for Boys
    (11-Sep-2014)
    Walking, bicycling to school linked to better reading scores in study

  • Health Tip: Keep Your Family Moving
    (10-Sep-2014)
    Offer toys that spur exercise

  • Health Tip: Keep Your Family Moving
    (10-Sep-2014)
    Offer toys that spur exercise

  • Health Tip: Use Gardening Tools Safely
    (10-Sep-2014)
    When using power tools, wear long pants and goggles

  • Short Walks Can Offset Long Stretches of Sitting
    (09-Sep-2014)
    An hour of sitting can impact arteries in the legs, but even a 5-minute stroll helps, research shows

  • Short Walks Can Offset Long Stretches of Sitting
    (09-Sep-2014)
    An hour of sitting can impact arteries in the legs, but even a 5-minute stroll helps, research shows

  • Exercise Might Curb His Nightly Trips to the Bathroom
    (05-Sep-2014)
    Physical activity linked to fewer symptoms of nocturia, study says

  • Why Polyester Fails the B.O. Test After Exercise
    (05-Sep-2014)
    Odor-causing bacteria grow better on synthetics than cotton clothing, study says

  • Water: Too Much of a Good Thing Can Be Deadly for Athletes
    (05-Sep-2014)
    Drinking way more fluid than your body needs is dangerous, expert says

  • Why Polyester Fails the B.O. Test After Exercise
    (05-Sep-2014)
    Odor-causing bacteria grow better on synthetics than cotton clothing, study says

  • Health Tip: Starting a Walking Program
    (05-Sep-2014)
    Be sure to get a doctor's ok

  • Sit Less, Protect Your DNA and Live Longer?
    (04-Sep-2014)
    Finding may help explain why sitting a lot has been linked to poor health

  • Preterm or Small Birth Tied to Long-Term Risks to Heart, Brain
    (02-Sep-2014)
    But researchers say exercise, education may help overcome deficiencies

  • Daily Exercise May Halve Risk for Heart Failure, Study Says
    (02-Sep-2014)
    Higher levels of activity reap greater benefits, researchers find

  • Health Tip: Exercise While Watching Television
    (29-Aug-2014)
    Get off the couch to change the channel

  • Concussion Recovery Can Reverse After Return to Activity, Study Shows
    (28-Aug-2014)
    Expert and researcher say the findings highlight need for slow return to playing field

  • Concussion Recovery Can Reverse After Return to Activity, Study Shows
    (28-Aug-2014)
    Expert and researcher say the findings highlight need for slow return to playing field

  • Concussion Recovery Can Reverse After Return to Activity, Study Shows
    (28-Aug-2014)
    Expert and researcher say the findings highlight need for slow return to playing field

  • Everest Study Finds High Altitude Affects Blood Pressure
    (27-Aug-2014)
    Researchers also report blood-pressure drug works well at sea level but not at great heights

  • Everest Study Finds High Altitude Affects Blood Pressure
    (27-Aug-2014)
    Researchers also report blood-pressure drug works well at sea level but not at great heights

  • Diet, Exercise Counseling Urged for Overweight Americans With Heart Risks
    (26-Aug-2014)
    Task force guidelines could apply to half of U.S. adults

  • What Parents Need to Know About Sports Participation
    (24-Aug-2014)
    Carefully assess the school's athletic program, expert advises

  • With Kids in School, Parents Can Work Out
    (22-Aug-2014)
    Include exercise in your weekly calendar of commitments, fitness expert says

  • Health Tip: Incorporating Flexibility Training
    (22-Aug-2014)
    Stretching, for example, can help improve range of motion

  • Health Tip: Incorporating Flexibility Training
    (22-Aug-2014)
    Stretching, for example, can help improve range of motion

  • Getting Healthier a Big Money-Saver for People With Diabetes
    (21-Aug-2014)
    Sticking with a fitness and nutrition plan can save more than $500 a year in health-care costs, study finds

  • Want to Stay Slim? Leave the Car at Home
    (20-Aug-2014)
    Driving to work, rather than walking, cycling or public transit, tied to extra pounds in study

  • Want to Stay Slim? Leave the Car at Home
    (20-Aug-2014)
    Driving to work, rather than walking, cycling or public transit, tied to extra pounds in study

  • Exercise May Guard Against Irregular Heartbeat in Older Women
    (20-Aug-2014)
    Study found it lowered risk even if they were obese

  • Want to Stay Slim? Leave the Car at Home
    (20-Aug-2014)
    Driving to work, rather than walking, cycling or public transit, tied to extra pounds in study

  • Education Linked to Activity Levels During the Week
    (19-Aug-2014)
    College grads exercise more on Saturday, Sunday, while high school dropouts more active on weekdays, study finds

  • Fitness May Boost Kids' Brainpower
    (19-Aug-2014)
    Study found fitter kids had different white matter, which helps brain regions communicate with each other

  • Fitness May Boost Kids' Brainpower
    (19-Aug-2014)
    Study found fitter kids had different white matter, which helps brain regions communicate with each other

  • Education Linked to Activity Levels During the Week
    (19-Aug-2014)
    College grads exercise more on Saturday, Sunday, while high school dropouts more active on weekdays, study finds

  • Study: Vigorous Exercise Seems Safe for Heart Transplant Recipients
    (18-Aug-2014)
    Small trial found intense activity can improve exercise capacity, lower blood pressure

  • Health Tip: Practice a Well-Balanced Exercise Program
    (18-Aug-2014)
    Don't focus on just one form of activity

  • Study: Vigorous Exercise Seems Safe for Heart Transplant Recipients
    (18-Aug-2014)
    Small trial found intense activity can improve exercise capacity, lower blood pressure

  • Big Drop in U.S. Heart-Related Hospitalizations and Deaths, Study Finds
    (18-Aug-2014)
    Lifestyle changes, wider use of medications driving the trend, researchers say

  • Health Tip: Practice a Well-Balanced Exercise Program
    (18-Aug-2014)
    Don't focus on just one form of activity

  • Exercise Helps Protect Black Women From Breast Cancer, Study Says
    (15-Aug-2014)
    Research confirms findings previously noted for whites

  • Exercise Helps Protect Black Women From Breast Cancer, Study Says
    (15-Aug-2014)
    Research confirms findings previously noted for whites

  • Exercise Helps Protect Black Women From Breast Cancer, Study Says
    (15-Aug-2014)
    Research confirms findings previously noted for whites

  • Exercise Helps Protect Black Women From Breast Cancer, Study Says
    (15-Aug-2014)
    Research confirms findings previously noted for whites

  • Exercise Helps Protect Black Women From Breast Cancer, Study Says
    (15-Aug-2014)
    Research confirms findings previously noted for whites

  • Health Tip: Warm Up Before Exercise
    (13-Aug-2014)
    It boosts metabolism before activity

  • Health Tip: Warm Up Before Exercise
    (13-Aug-2014)
    It boosts metabolism before activity

  • Health Tip: Dressing for Fitness Success
    (12-Aug-2014)
    Clothing should be loose, lightweight

  • For Heart Attack Survivors, More Exercise Isn't Always Better, Study Says
    (12-Aug-2014)
    Excessive walking, running may lose protective effect

  • Health Tip: Dressing for Fitness Success
    (12-Aug-2014)
    Clothing should be loose, lightweight

  • For Heart Attack Survivors, More Exercise Isn't Always Better, Study Says
    (12-Aug-2014)
    Excessive walking, running may lose protective effect

  • For Heart Attack Survivors, More Exercise Isn't Always Better, Study Says
    (12-Aug-2014)
    Excessive walking, running may lose protective effect

  • For Heart Attack Survivors, More Exercise Isn't Always Better, Study Says
    (12-Aug-2014)
    Excessive walking, running may lose protective effect

  • Exercise Cuts Breast Cancer Risk in Older Women, Study Finds
    (11-Aug-2014)
    But the effect quickly fades once workouts stop, researchers noted

  • Front-of-Head Hits Blamed for Nearly Half of Young Football Player Concussions
    (11-Aug-2014)
    High school injury reports support safer tackling efforts

  • Fitness May Help Ward Off Depression in Girls
    (07-Aug-2014)
    Being in good physical condition likely to help boys avoid the blues too, expert says

  • Fitness May Help Ward Off Depression in Girls
    (07-Aug-2014)
    Being in good physical condition likely to help boys avoid the blues too, expert says

  • Fitness May Help Ward Off Depression in Girls
    (07-Aug-2014)
    Being in good physical condition likely to help boys avoid the blues too, expert says

  • Health Tip: Take Care in the Heat
    (06-Aug-2014)
    Avoid the outdoors during peak hours

  • Abuse of Prescription Painkillers on the Rise Among High School Athletes: Survey
    (04-Aug-2014)
    Teen football players use the most illegal drugs, research shows

  • Abuse of Prescription Painkillers on the Rise Among High School Athletes: Survey
    (04-Aug-2014)
    Teen football players use the most illegal drugs, research shows

  • Abuse of Prescription Painkillers on the Rise Among High School Athletes: Survey
    (04-Aug-2014)
    Teen football players use the most illegal drugs, research shows

  • Abuse of Prescription Painkillers on the Rise Among High School Athletes: Survey
    (04-Aug-2014)
    Teen football players use the most illegal drugs, research shows

  • Abuse of Prescription Painkillers on the Rise Among High School Athletes: Survey
    (04-Aug-2014)
    Teen football players use the most illegal drugs, research shows

  • Sports, Hot Weather Can Be Dangerous Combo
    (01-Aug-2014)
    It's crucial to spot the early symptoms of heat-related illness, expert says

  • Sports, Hot Weather Can Be Dangerous Combo
    (01-Aug-2014)
    It's crucial to spot the early symptoms of heat-related illness, expert says

  • Hairdo Trumps Exercise for Many Black Women, Study Finds
    (31-Jul-2014)
    But shift toward lower-maintenance styles may free some up for physical activity

  • Teen 'Growing Pains' May Persist For Years
    (31-Jul-2014)
    Left untreated, knee discomfort can become chronic, researchers caution

  • Health Tip: If You Get Lost on a Hiking Trail
    (31-Jul-2014)
    Suggestions for what to do

  • Gardens a Center of Calm for People With Dementia
    (30-Jul-2014)
    Review found some evidence it helped soothe, distract sufferers, but safeguards important

  • Protect Your Eyes When Hitting the Pool
    (29-Jul-2014)
    Skip contact lenses, try goggles, doctor suggests

  • Health Tip: Encourage Kids to Exercise
    (29-Jul-2014)
    Here's a list of health benefits

  • Extra Exercise Could Help Depressed Smokers Quit: Study
    (29-Jul-2014)
    Withdrawal symptoms, cravings are harder on people with mood disorders, researchers say

  • Healthy Habits May Slow Cellular Signs of Aging, Study Finds
    (29-Jul-2014)
    Pay attention to your lifestyle during stressful times, researcher says

  • Protect Your Eyes When Hitting the Pool
    (29-Jul-2014)
    Skip contact lenses, try goggles, doctor suggests

  • Extra Exercise Could Help Depressed Smokers Quit: Study
    (29-Jul-2014)
    Withdrawal symptoms, cravings are harder on people with mood disorders, researchers say

  • Running Could Add 3 Years to Your Lifespan
    (28-Jul-2014)
    Just 5 to 10 minutes a day seems to bring benefits, study says

  • Heat Stroke a Greater Threat to Endurance Runners Than Heart Problems: Study
    (28-Jul-2014)
    More education needed about how to prevent it, researchers say

  • Running Could Add 3 Years to Your Lifespan
    (28-Jul-2014)
    Just 5 to 10 minutes a day seems to bring benefits, study says

  • Heat Stroke a Greater Threat to Endurance Runners Than Heart Problems: Study
    (28-Jul-2014)
    More education needed about how to prevent it, researchers say

  • Running Could Add 3 Years to Your Lifespan
    (28-Jul-2014)
    Just 5 to 10 minutes a day seems to bring benefits, study says

  • Don't Let Kids Drink Pool Water
    (26-Jul-2014)
    Expert offers tips for spotting chlorine poisoning, bacterial infection, secondary drowning in kids

  • Health Tip: Pack Safety Essentials for a Long Hike
    (25-Jul-2014)
    Don't forget a map

  • Human Brain Has Coping Mechanism for Dehydration
    (25-Jul-2014)
    The mind preserves oxygen to protect itself from the effects of too little fluid, research shows

  • Health Tip: Pack Safety Essentials for a Long Hike
    (25-Jul-2014)
    Don't forget a map

  • Female Triathletes May Face Health Problems Such as Incontinence
    (24-Jul-2014)
    Doctors should be alert for pelvic floor disorders, researcher says

  • Parents of Obese Kids Often View Them as Healthy
    (24-Jul-2014)
    They're more likely to change their children's diet than encourage exercise, study finds

  • Dangerous Use of Growth Hormone Surges Among U.S. Teens
    (23-Jul-2014)
    Many young people are ordering dubious, hazardous products off of the Internet, researchers warn

  • Health Tip: Working Out at Work
    (22-Jul-2014)
    Suggestions to include fitness in your day

  • Injuries on the Increase in High School Lacrosse, Study Shows
    (22-Jul-2014)
    More than 22 percent of injuries are concussions, researchers call for better player protections

  • Health Tip: Take Kids for a Nature Walk
    (21-Jul-2014)
    And get some exercise

  • Health Tip: Take Kids for a Nature Walk
    (21-Jul-2014)
    And get some exercise

  • Can Bike Riding Up Prostate Cancer Risk?
    (18-Jul-2014)
    Experts note study findings aren't definitive, and risk is minimal

  • Exercise May Help Counter Health Risks of Sedentary Lifestyle
    (17-Jul-2014)
    'Fitter' couch potatoes weighed less and had better blood pressure, study reports

  • 'Little League Shoulder' on the Rise
    (17-Jul-2014)
    Rest, possibly combined with physical therapy, key to recovery, research suggests

  • 'Little League Shoulder' on the Rise
    (17-Jul-2014)
    Rest, possibly combined with physical therapy, key to recovery, research suggests

  • Health Tip: Considering High-Intensity Interval Training?
    (15-Jul-2014)
    Here are potential benefits

  • A Healthy Lifestyle May Deflect Dementia
    (15-Jul-2014)
    Older folks who began eating right, exercising did better on memory and problem-solving tests in study

  • Make Exercise Fun, Eat Less Afterwards
    (12-Jul-2014)
    Researchers found that people ate more if told their walk was exercise, rather than scenic stroll

  • Delaying Kid's Knee Surgery Could Be a Bad Play, Study Finds
    (11-Jul-2014)
    Secondary injuries more common among children who postpone ligament repair, research shows

  • Delaying Kid's Knee Surgery Could Be a Bad Play, Study Finds
    (11-Jul-2014)
    Secondary injuries more common among children who postpone ligament repair, research shows

  • Young Pro Pitchers May Face Higher Risk of 'Tommy John' Surgery: Study
    (10-Jul-2014)
    Most players who needed the ligament procedure had it within first 5 years of professional ball

  • Shoulder Surgery Gets NFL Players Back in the Game
    (10-Jul-2014)
    About 90 percent return to play after stabilizing procedure, study finds

  • Young Pro Pitchers May Face Higher Risk of 'Tommy John' Surgery: Study
    (10-Jul-2014)
    Most players who needed the ligament procedure had it within first 5 years of professional ball

  • Exercising Moms-to-Be Have Less Chubby Babies, Study Finds
    (09-Jul-2014)
    This could benefit newborns later in life, researcher suggests

  • Doctors Need to Protect Athletes From Concussion Risk: Neurologists
    (09-Jul-2014)
    They should educate, clear players to return to field only when ready, statement says

  • Doctors Need to Protect Athletes From Concussion Risk: Neurologists
    (09-Jul-2014)
    They should educate, clear players to return to field only when ready, statement says

  • Inactivity May Be Main Culprit in Obesity Epidemic: Study
    (08-Jul-2014)
    Sharp rise seen in number of Americans who didn't exercise, while calorie intake stayed steady

  • Aerobic/Strength Training Combo May Be Best Workout for Diabetics
    (03-Jul-2014)
    In study, people with type 2 disease had better blood sugar control when both modes used

  • Change Bad Habits Early, Save Your Heart Later
    (03-Jul-2014)
    Young adults who adopt healthier lifestyle can cut their heart disease risk, researchers say

  • Brisk Walking May Help Curb Parkinson's Symptoms
    (02-Jul-2014)
    Study found it improved gait, stiffness, mood, attention and overall quality of life

  • Brisk Walking May Help Curb Parkinson's Symptoms
    (02-Jul-2014)
    Study found it improved gait, stiffness, mood, attention and overall quality of life

  • Bad Weather May Dampen Will to Exercise
    (30-Jun-2014)
    People in hot, cold climates less likely to get physical activity, more likely to be obese, study says

  • Prepare for Summer Sports to Avoid Injury
    (28-Jun-2014)
    Wear appropriate footwear, vary your activities, and stretch and warm-up, advises expert

  • Prepare for Summer Sports to Avoid Injury
    (28-Jun-2014)
    Wear appropriate footwear, vary your activities, and stretch and warm-up, advises expert

  • Prepare for Summer Sports to Avoid Injury
    (28-Jun-2014)
    Wear appropriate footwear, vary your activities, and stretch and warm-up, advises expert

  • Prepare for Summer Sports to Avoid Injury
    (28-Jun-2014)
    Wear appropriate footwear, vary your activities, and stretch and warm-up, advises expert

  • Prepare for Summer Sports to Avoid Injury
    (28-Jun-2014)
    Wear appropriate footwear, vary your activities, and stretch and warm-up, advises expert

  • Prepare for Summer Sports to Avoid Injury
    (28-Jun-2014)
    Wear appropriate footwear, vary your activities, and stretch and warm-up, advises expert

  • Prepare for Summer Sports to Avoid Injury
    (28-Jun-2014)
    Wear appropriate footwear, vary your activities, and stretch and warm-up, advises expert

  • Prepare for Summer Sports to Avoid Injury
    (28-Jun-2014)
    Wear appropriate footwear, vary your activities, and stretch and warm-up, advises expert

  • For Heat Stroke Victims, Cool First, Then Transport
    (27-Jun-2014)
    New guidelines stress the importance of immediate cooling for athletes

  • Winning Attitude on the Field Translates to Career Success
    (27-Jun-2014)
    Former high school athletes seen as having more self-confidence and leadership abilities, study finds

  • Winning Attitude on the Field Translates to Career Success
    (27-Jun-2014)
    Former high school athletes seen as having more self-confidence and leadership abilities, study finds

  • Dance Those Cares Away!
    (27-Jun-2014)
    Study of seniors shows decreased knee-hip pain and increased ability to walk among those who dance

  • Health Tip: Keep High Schoolers Safe During Sports
    (27-Jun-2014)
    Make sure they train properly and wear protective equipment

  • Winning Attitude on the Field Translates to Career Success
    (27-Jun-2014)
    Former high school athletes seen as having more self-confidence and leadership abilities, study finds

  • For Heat Stroke Victims, Cool First, Then Transport
    (27-Jun-2014)
    New guidelines stress the importance of immediate cooling for athletes

  • Winning Attitude on the Field Translates to Career Success
    (27-Jun-2014)
    Former high school athletes seen as having more self-confidence and leadership abilities, study finds

  • Winning Attitude on the Field Translates to Career Success
    (27-Jun-2014)
    Former high school athletes seen as having more self-confidence and leadership abilities, study finds

  • Winning Attitude on the Field Translates to Career Success
    (27-Jun-2014)
    Former high school athletes seen as having more self-confidence and leadership abilities, study finds

  • Winning Attitude on the Field Translates to Career Success
    (27-Jun-2014)
    Former high school athletes seen as having more self-confidence and leadership abilities, study finds

  • Winning Attitude on the Field Translates to Career Success
    (27-Jun-2014)
    Former high school athletes seen as having more self-confidence and leadership abilities, study finds

  • Winning Attitude on the Field Translates to Career Success
    (27-Jun-2014)
    Former high school athletes seen as having more self-confidence and leadership abilities, study finds

  • Winning Attitude on the Field Translates to Career Success
    (27-Jun-2014)
    Former high school athletes seen as having more self-confidence and leadership abilities, study finds

  • Winning Attitude on the Field Translates to Career Success
    (27-Jun-2014)
    Former high school athletes seen as having more self-confidence and leadership abilities, study finds

  • Precautions Help Keep Kids Safe in Water
    (26-Jun-2014)
    Children can drown in as little as 2 inches of water, pediatrician warns

  • 1 in 10 U.S. Beaches Fails Bacteria Test, Survey Finds
    (25-Jun-2014)
    Storm-water runoff, including sewage, continues to threaten swimmers' health

  • Is All That TV Killing You?
    (25-Jun-2014)
    Study suggests more than 3 hours daily doubles chance of early death, but one expert questions the connection

  • Former NFL Players May Be Plagued With Chronic Headaches
    (25-Jun-2014)
    Study finds ex-NFL members average 19 days of headaches a month; past concussions a likely cause, expert says

  • Former NFL Players May Be Plagued With Chronic Headaches
    (25-Jun-2014)
    Study finds ex-NFL members average 19 days of headaches a month; past concussions a likely cause, expert says

  • Injection Treatment No Help for Hamstring Injuries, Study Says
    (25-Jun-2014)
    One expert questions the findings, and believes plasma-rich injections can help athletes and others

  • 1 in 10 U.S. Beaches Fails Bacteria Test, Survey Finds
    (25-Jun-2014)
    Storm-water runoff, including sewage, continues to threaten swimmers' health

  • Soccer Scores a Goal for Senior Fitness
    (20-Jun-2014)
    Ex-couch potatoes over 63 gained muscle strength, stronger bones, healthier hearts, study finds

  • Soccer Scores a Goal for Senior Fitness
    (20-Jun-2014)
    Ex-couch potatoes over 63 gained muscle strength, stronger bones, healthier hearts, study finds

  • 'Walkable' Neighborhoods May Help Cut Diabetes Rates
    (17-Jun-2014)
    Residents of areas that encourage walking also have lower obesity rates, Canadian research shows

  • Study Ties Too Much Sitting to Risks for Certain Cancers
    (16-Jun-2014)
    Those with the most chair time had worse odds for colon, endometrial cancers, researchers suggest

  • Can 6,000 Steps a Day Keep Knee Arthritis at Bay?
    (12-Jun-2014)
    Study links one hour of walking daily with improved mobility

  • When School's Out, Weight Can Pile On
    (12-Jun-2014)
    For certain kids, summer vacation adds unwanted pounds, review finds

  • Health Tip: Set Swimming Safety Rules
    (12-Jun-2014)
    And reduce the risk of drowning

  • Can 6,000 Steps a Day Keep Knee Arthritis at Bay?
    (12-Jun-2014)
    Study links one hour of walking daily with improved mobility

  • Health Tip: Growing a Garden
    (11-Jun-2014)
    Suggestions to prevent injuries, germs and more

  • Exercise May Spur More Varied Gut Microbes, Study Finds
    (10-Jun-2014)
    In turn, that may boost immune system and overall health, researchers note

  • Many Women With Breast Cancer Get Too Little Exercise
    (09-Jun-2014)
    Physical activity linked to improved survival odds, experts say

  • Men Who Take Statins May Exercise Less
    (09-Jun-2014)
    Activity declined most among those just starting the drug, study finds

  • Many Women With Breast Cancer Get Too Little Exercise
    (09-Jun-2014)
    Physical activity linked to improved survival odds, experts say

  • Health Tip: Teach Kids Bike Safety Rules
    (06-Jun-2014)
    Including where it's safe to ride

  • Yoga, Meditation May Help Dementia Patients and Caregivers Alike
    (06-Jun-2014)
    'Holistic' program involving these and other activities brought relaxation, exercise, small study found

  • Could Fitter Kids Be Smarter Kids, Too?
    (06-Jun-2014)
    Children who are physically fit might do better with reading, language skills, researchers report

  • Knee Replacement Surgeries Rising With Obesity Rates
    (06-Jun-2014)
    Total knee replacements more than tripled between 1993 and 2009, study shows

  • Yoga May Not Help Ease Asthma, Study Suggests
    (05-Jun-2014)
    But ancient practice not harmful and can improve overall health, experts say

  • Broken Bones, Concussions Most Common Injuries in Youth Hockey
    (05-Jun-2014)
    Fractures more common in boys, while concussions more common in girls, study finds

  • Broken Bones, Concussions Most Common Injuries in Youth Hockey
    (05-Jun-2014)
    Fractures more common in boys, while concussions more common in girls, study finds

  • Yoga May Not Help Ease Asthma, Study Suggests
    (05-Jun-2014)
    But ancient practice not harmful and can improve overall health, experts say

  • Bicyclists Happier Than Drivers, Train Riders, Study Says
    (03-Jun-2014)
    Car passengers are generally in a good mood, too

  • Fish, Exercise May Help Thwart Colon Cancer's Return: Study
    (03-Jun-2014)
    Healthy habits important even when you're sick, researcher says

  • Bicyclists Happier Than Drivers, Train Riders, Study Says
    (03-Jun-2014)
    Car passengers are generally in a good mood, too

  • Fish, Exercise May Help Thwart Colon Cancer's Return: Study
    (03-Jun-2014)
    Healthy habits important even when you're sick, researcher says

  • Fish, Exercise May Help Thwart Colon Cancer's Return: Study
    (03-Jun-2014)
    Healthy habits important even when you're sick, researcher says

  • Health Tip: Coping With Chronic Illness
    (30-May-2014)
    Try to eliminate one unhealthy practice

  • Why Youngest, Oldest Marathoners Post Similar Times
    (30-May-2014)
    Performance peaks in late 20s, slowing down 2 percent every year after: study

  • Obesity, Overweight Rates Jump Worldwide, Report Finds
    (29-May-2014)
    And United States is home to highest proportion of world's obese people, researchers add

  • U.S. Teens' Cardiorespiratory Fitness Has Dropped in Last Decade: Report
    (28-May-2014)
    Overweight kids have worse fitness levels than those of normal weight

  • U.S. Teens' Cardiorespiratory Fitness Has Dropped in Last Decade: Report
    (28-May-2014)
    Overweight kids have worse fitness levels than those of normal weight

  • A Walk a Day Keeps Disability at Bay
    (27-May-2014)
    Study links greater mobility in old age to daily strolls

  • Jump in, Just Don't Swallow the Water
    (24-May-2014)
    Kiddie pools are hotspots of bacteria, expert says

  • Jump in, Just Don't Swallow the Water
    (24-May-2014)
    Kiddie pools are hotspots of bacteria, expert says

  • Fit Kids Have Better Body-Fat Distribution, Study Finds
    (23-May-2014)
    Active children show fewer signs of future heart disease

  • Fit Kids Have Better Body-Fat Distribution, Study Finds
    (23-May-2014)
    Active children show fewer signs of future heart disease

  • Fit Kids Have Better Body-Fat Distribution, Study Finds
    (23-May-2014)
    Active children show fewer signs of future heart disease

  • Exercise Linked to Improved Bladder Cancer Survival
    (21-May-2014)
    But smoking and a delayed diagnosis might boost the risk of dying from the disease, researchers warn

  • Health Tip: Avoiding College Weight Gain
    (21-May-2014)
    Get enough exercise

  • Exercise Linked to Improved Bladder Cancer Survival
    (21-May-2014)
    But smoking and a delayed diagnosis might boost the risk of dying from the disease, researchers warn

  • Walking at Home Can Help Boost Poor Circulation in Legs, Study Shows
    (21-May-2014)
    Easier than going to supervised exercise program for those with narrowed arteries, researchers say

  • Sports Injuries Can Damage Kidneys, Study Finds
    (19-May-2014)
    Researchers urge doctors to consider possibility of renal trauma in these cases

  • Sports Injuries Can Damage Kidneys, Study Finds
    (19-May-2014)
    Researchers urge doctors to consider possibility of renal trauma in these cases

  • Sports Injuries Can Damage Kidneys, Study Finds
    (19-May-2014)
    Researchers urge doctors to consider possibility of renal trauma in these cases

  • Tweens Who Play Sports Less Likely to Smoke: Study
    (16-May-2014)
    And non-school clubs may help reduce risk of drinking, researchers find

  • Health Tip: Exercise for Stress Relief
    (16-May-2014)
    Get aerobic activity regularly

  • Health Tip: Exercise for Stress Relief
    (16-May-2014)
    Get aerobic activity regularly

  • Hips Pivotal in Avoiding Elbow Injuries While Pitching
    (16-May-2014)
    Limited hip motion might put elbows at risk, study finds

  • Concussion Rates Double Among High School Athletes: Report
    (15-May-2014)
    Experts say rise likely reflects increased awareness, more legislation about concussions

  • Walking Could Be Key Step Against Kidney Disease
    (15-May-2014)
    The more patients walked, the less their odds for early death or need for dialysis, study found

  • There May Be Such a Thing as 'Too Much Exercise'
    (15-May-2014)
    Research suggests that moderate activity might be best for people with pre-existing heart disease

  • Concussion Rates Double Among High School Athletes: Report
    (15-May-2014)
    Experts say rise likely reflects increased awareness, more legislation about concussions

  • As Summer Arrives, CDC Offers Pool Chemical Safety Tips
    (15-May-2014)
    Injuries can occur when people ignore instructions or get careless with these hazardous products

  • Water Poses More Danger for Black Youths Than Whites: CDC
    (15-May-2014)
    Evidence suggests they are less likely to have been taught basic swimming skills, researcher notes

  • Smaller Brain Volume Seen in College Football Players in Study
    (13-May-2014)
    Area related to memory, emotion was even smaller in players with history of concussions, researchers note

  • Counseling Urged for Obese People at Higher Odds for Heart Disease: Experts
    (12-May-2014)
    Talking over strategies for exercise, healthy diet can give individuals the motivation they need, panel says

  • Fitness May Help Older Men With High Blood Pressure Live Longer
    (12-May-2014)
    Seniors with high fitness levels had half the risk of dying, finds study

  • 40 Isn't Too Old To Start Intensive Exercise, Study Finds
    (09-May-2014)
    Similar heart benefits seen in those who began endurance workouts before 30 or after 40

  • 40 Isn't Too Old To Start Intensive Exercise, Study Finds
    (09-May-2014)
    Similar heart benefits seen in those who began endurance workouts before 30 or after 40

  • Exercise Crucial for Women's Heart Health After 30, Study Finds
    (09-May-2014)
    Australian researchers, using long-term data, find physical inactivity the most likely predictor of heart disease in women

  • Add Heart Test to High School Athletes' Screening, Cardiologists Say
    (08-May-2014)
    Electrocardiogram might help identify teens at risk of sudden death

  • Add Heart Test to High School Athletes' Screening, Cardiologists Say
    (08-May-2014)
    Electrocardiogram might help identify teens at risk of sudden death

  • Exercise Could Help Disabled People, But Too Few Are Active: CDC
    (06-May-2014)
    Lack of workouts increases the risk of chronic diseases, experts say

  • Sustained Workouts May Help Aging Hearts
    (05-May-2014)
    Researchers found improvements in seniors' 'heart rate variability' that might reduce heart attack risk

  • Trampolines Linked to More Than 1 Million ER Visits Over a Decade
    (02-May-2014)
    Study finds cost of those injuries topped $1 billion

  • Those With Arthritis Face Higher Risk of Falls: CDC
    (01-May-2014)
    Exercise, physical therapy may help by improving balance, strength and gait, researchers say

  • Poor Fitness in Middle Age Tied to Early Death Risk in Study
    (30-Apr-2014)
    Grip strength, ability to rise from chair and standing balance measured

  • Even Routine Housework May Help Stave Off Disability
    (30-Apr-2014)
    Study finds benefit in light activity such as housecleaning or a slow stroll

  • Poor Fitness in Middle Age Tied to Early Death Risk in Study
    (30-Apr-2014)
    Grip strength, ability to rise from chair and standing balance measured

  • Is Healthy Obesity a Myth?
    (30-Apr-2014)
    Study found even with normal blood pressure, cholesterol and blood sugar levels, the obese had more artery plaque

  • Training Programs Protect Young Athletes From ACL Tears: Report
    (28-Apr-2014)
    Knee ligament injuries are rising among kids in sports, especially girls, experts say

  • Training Programs Protect Young Athletes From ACL Tears: Report
    (28-Apr-2014)
    Knee ligament injuries are rising among kids in sports, especially girls, experts say

  • No Link Found Between Playing Football in Hot Weather, Concussion Risk
    (28-Apr-2014)
    But it's possible that dehydration may play a role, suggest authors of 5-year study on NCAA athletes

  • Training Programs Protect Young Athletes From ACL Tears: Report
    (28-Apr-2014)
    Knee ligament injuries are rising among kids in sports, especially girls, experts say

  • Health Tip: Running on a Trail
    (28-Apr-2014)
    It can make running more fun

  • Training Programs Protect Young Athletes From ACL Tears: Report
    (28-Apr-2014)
    Knee ligament injuries are rising among kids in sports, especially girls, experts say

  • Training Programs Protect Young Athletes From ACL Tears: Report
    (28-Apr-2014)
    Knee ligament injuries are rising among kids in sports, especially girls, experts say

  • Training Programs Protect Young Athletes From ACL Tears: Report
    (28-Apr-2014)
    Knee ligament injuries are rising among kids in sports, especially girls, experts say

  • More Muscle May Help Kidney Dialysis Patients
    (24-Apr-2014)
    Small study found those with greater muscle mass could walk farther, reported better mental health

  • More Muscle May Help Kidney Dialysis Patients
    (24-Apr-2014)
    Small study found those with greater muscle mass could walk farther, reported better mental health

  • Athletic Trainers First Line of Treatment for Young Basketballers: Study
    (23-Apr-2014)
    Many high school athletes assessed for sprains, strains outside the hospital

  • For Many Men, Impotence Is Treatable Without Drugs
    (23-Apr-2014)
    And there's a bonus: heart-healthy changes will boost overall well-being, too, experts say

  • Athletic Trainers First Line of Treatment for Young Basketballers: Study
    (23-Apr-2014)
    Many high school athletes assessed for sprains, strains outside the hospital

  • Athletic Trainers First Line of Treatment for Young Basketballers: Study
    (23-Apr-2014)
    Many high school athletes assessed for sprains, strains outside the hospital

  • Massage May Improve Blood Flow While Easing Muscle Soreness: Study
    (21-Apr-2014)
    Benefits seen among inactive people, those who exercised

  • How to Keep Your Fitness Goals on Track
    (20-Apr-2014)
    Start with a workout plan that's a good fit for you, expert says

  • Off Season May Not Be Long Enough to Recover From Football 'Hits'
    (17-Apr-2014)
    Study found some players still showed brain changes 6 months after season had ended

  • Off Season May Not Be Long Enough to Recover From Football 'Hits'
    (17-Apr-2014)
    Study found some players still showed brain changes 6 months after season had ended

  • Yoga Big on West Coast, Chiropractors Popular in Midwest
    (16-Apr-2014)
    U.S. study shows geographic trends in use of complementary and alternative medicine

  • Drowning Deaths Down Overall, But Still a Problem: Report
    (15-Apr-2014)
    Rates increased for adults 45 to 84; kids 4 and under and adults 85 and older at highest risk

  • Health Tip: Practice Biking Safety
    (15-Apr-2014)
    Follow the rules of the road

  • Drowning Deaths Down Overall, But Still a Problem: Report
    (15-Apr-2014)
    Rates increased for adults 45 to 84; kids 4 and under and adults 85 and older at highest risk

  • Too Little Vitamin D May Add to Obesity's Burden
    (15-Apr-2014)
    Study suggests severely overweight people are slowed down by low 'sunshine vitamin' levels

  • Drowning Deaths Down Overall, But Still a Problem: Report
    (15-Apr-2014)
    Rates increased for adults 45 to 84; kids 4 and under and adults 85 and older at highest risk

  • Drowning Deaths Down Overall, But Still a Problem: Report
    (15-Apr-2014)
    Rates increased for adults 45 to 84; kids 4 and under and adults 85 and older at highest risk

  • Drowning Deaths Down Overall, But Still a Problem: Report
    (15-Apr-2014)
    Rates increased for adults 45 to 84; kids 4 and under and adults 85 and older at highest risk

  • Too Little Vitamin D May Add to Obesity's Burden
    (15-Apr-2014)
    Study suggests severely overweight people are slowed down by low 'sunshine vitamin' levels

  • Drowning Deaths Down Overall, But Still a Problem: Report
    (15-Apr-2014)
    Rates increased for adults 45 to 84; kids 4 and under and adults 85 and older at highest risk

  • Drowning Deaths Down Overall, But Still a Problem: Report
    (15-Apr-2014)
    Rates increased for adults 45 to 84; kids 4 and under and adults 85 and older at highest risk

  • Clues to Type 2 Diabetes Discovered on Mount Everest
    (14-Apr-2014)
    Study found low oxygen levels in healthy people at high altitudes led to increase in signs of insulin resistance

  • Pelvic Exercises May Help His Sex Life
    (14-Apr-2014)
    Premature ejaculation significantly improved after 12-week regimen, study finds

  • Getting in Front of Back Pain
    (12-Apr-2014)
    Strong core muscles, good posture can help, expert says

  • Getting in Front of Back Pain
    (12-Apr-2014)
    Strong core muscles, good posture can help, expert says

  • Specializing in One Sport as Child No Guarantee of Future Success
    (10-Apr-2014)
    And limiting focus can result in more harm than good, researchers say

  • Girls Suffer Worse Concussions, Study Suggests
    (10-Apr-2014)
    Researchers found they had more severe symptoms, longer recovery times than boys

  • More High School Athletes Complying With Concussion Guidelines, Study Finds
    (10-Apr-2014)
    Awareness of precautions growing but improvement still needed, experts say

  • Specializing in One Sport as Child No Guarantee of Future Success
    (10-Apr-2014)
    And limiting focus can result in more harm than good, researchers say

  • Aerobic Exercise May Help Older Women at Risk for Dementia
    (09-Apr-2014)
    Small study suggests regular walking increases hippocampus area of brain

  • Aerobic Exercise May Help Older Women at Risk for Dementia
    (09-Apr-2014)
    Small study suggests regular walking increases hippocampus area of brain

  • Exercise May Curtail COPD Complications
    (09-Apr-2014)
    Regular physical activity could cut need for hospital readmission for lung disease, study says

  • Just One Season of Hits in High School Football May Alter Brain: Study
    (08-Apr-2014)
    Players did not have concussions, still showed changes in white matter

  • Just One Season of Hits in High School Football May Alter Brain: Study
    (08-Apr-2014)
    Players did not have concussions, still showed changes in white matter

  • Having Kids Walk to School Comes With Risks, Benefits
    (07-Apr-2014)
    Added physical activity is healthy for youngsters, but traffic poses danger, study finds

  • Kids' Concussions Defined by Where They Live, Study Finds
    (07-Apr-2014)
    Sports fell more city children; motorized vehicles a danger in the country

  • Kids' Concussions Defined by Where They Live, Study Finds
    (07-Apr-2014)
    Sports fell more city children; motorized vehicles a danger in the country

  • Having Kids Walk to School Comes With Risks, Benefits
    (07-Apr-2014)
    Added physical activity is healthy for youngsters, but traffic poses danger, study finds

  • Teens' Screen Time May Affect Their Bone Health: Study
    (04-Apr-2014)
    Researchers in Norway found contrasting bone density results in boys, girls

  • Walking May Be Good Medicine for Kidney Patients
    (03-Apr-2014)
    People with kidney trouble assigned to daily half-hour stroll got a boost in immune function, study found

  • Exercise, Diet May Help 'Pre-Diabetics' Dodge Heart Disease Death
    (03-Apr-2014)
    Study followed Chinese people with high blood sugar for more than two decades

  • Walking May Be Good Medicine for Kidney Patients
    (03-Apr-2014)
    People with kidney trouble assigned to daily half-hour stroll got a boost in immune function, study found

  • College Football Players Have Stiffer Arteries, Study Finds
    (02-Apr-2014)
    But it's unclear what that means for later heart health, researchers say

  • College Football Players Have Stiffer Arteries, Study Finds
    (02-Apr-2014)
    But it's unclear what that means for later heart health, researchers say

  • Too Much Running Tied to Shorter Lifespan, Studies Find
    (01-Apr-2014)
    New research rules out heart risk, certain medications as a contributing factor

  • Too Much Running Tied to Shorter Lifespan, Studies Find
    (01-Apr-2014)
    New research rules out heart risk, certain medications as a contributing factor

  • Health Tip: Run Safely
    (01-Apr-2014)
    And lower your chances of injury

  • Could Reducing Stress Help Bring On a Migraine?
    (01-Apr-2014)
    Small study suggests shifting hormone levels may have an impact, researcher says

  • Could Reducing Stress Help Bring On a Migraine?
    (01-Apr-2014)
    Small study suggests shifting hormone levels may have an impact, researcher says

  • Stronger Muscles May Mean Better Health for Kids
    (31-Mar-2014)
    Study of 6th-graders links greater strength to lower risk for heart disease

  • Stronger Muscles May Mean Better Health for Kids
    (31-Mar-2014)
    Study of 6th-graders links greater strength to lower risk for heart disease

  • Stronger Muscles May Mean Better Health for Kids
    (31-Mar-2014)
    Study of 6th-graders links greater strength to lower risk for heart disease

  • Exercise in Youth Boosts Bone Strength Later: Study
    (28-Mar-2014)
    And continued activity is even better for your skeletal health

  • Exercise in Youth Boosts Bone Strength Later: Study
    (28-Mar-2014)
    And continued activity is even better for your skeletal health

  • Marathon Training Might Boost Heart Health
    (27-Mar-2014)
    Middle-aged male runners get a lot of health mileage out of race prep, study finds

  • Exercise Affects Men's, Women's Hearts Differently: Study
    (27-Mar-2014)
    Finding might have implications for standard cardiac testing, experts say

  • Cholesterol Levels Spike During Winter Months, Study Finds
    (27-Mar-2014)
    Tendency to eat more, exercise less when it's cold and snowy outside may explain trend

  • Marathon Training Might Boost Heart Health
    (27-Mar-2014)
    Middle-aged male runners get a lot of health mileage out of race prep, study finds

  • Health Tip: Enjoying Warm Weather Fitness
    (25-Mar-2014)
    Take advantage of these healthy activities

  • Can Exercise and an Occasional Drink Boost Eye Health?
    (25-Mar-2014)
    More research needed to show whether lifestyle directly affects vision loss, study author says

  • When Moms Get Active, Kids Follow
    (24-Mar-2014)
    Study of 4-year-olds suggests mothers help by spurring activity, taking part and being role models

  • When Moms Get Active, Kids Follow
    (24-Mar-2014)
    Study of 4-year-olds suggests mothers help by spurring activity, taking part and being role models

  • Ways to Cut Your Colon Cancer Risk
    (22-Mar-2014)
    Experts advise regular screenings, high-fiber foods and exercise

  • Basketball's Fitness Benefits a Sure Bet
    (21-Mar-2014)
    Shooting hoops beats watching 'March Madness' when it comes to your health, expert says

  • Basketball's Fitness Benefits a Sure Bet
    (21-Mar-2014)
    Shooting hoops beats watching 'March Madness' when it comes to your health, expert says

  • Basketball's Fitness Benefits a Sure Bet
    (21-Mar-2014)
    Shooting hoops beats watching 'March Madness' when it comes to your health, expert says

  • Basketball's Fitness Benefits a Sure Bet
    (21-Mar-2014)
    Shooting hoops beats watching 'March Madness' when it comes to your health, expert says

  • Daily Exercise Lowers Breast Cancer Risk: Study
    (20-Mar-2014)
    Benefit varies by tumor type, but it's another reason to encourage physical activity, researchers say

  • Knee Surgery May Put Kids at Higher Risk for Future Arthritis
    (15-Mar-2014)
    Small study followed up on young people who underwent procedure to repair torn ligament

  • Knee Surgery May Put Kids at Higher Risk for Future Arthritis
    (15-Mar-2014)
    Small study followed up on young people who underwent procedure to repair torn ligament

  • Knee Ligament Tears Don't Permanently Sideline Most College Football Players
    (15-Mar-2014)
    Study of NCAA Division I athletes found majority returned to playing field

  • Knee Surgery May Put Kids at Higher Risk for Future Arthritis
    (15-Mar-2014)
    Small study followed up on young people who underwent procedure to repair torn ligament

  • Knee Surgery May Put Kids at Higher Risk for Future Arthritis
    (15-Mar-2014)
    Small study followed up on young people who underwent procedure to repair torn ligament

  • Knee Ligament Tears Don't Permanently Sideline Most College Football Players
    (15-Mar-2014)
    Study of NCAA Division I athletes found majority returned to playing field

  • Knee Surgery May Put Kids at Higher Risk for Future Arthritis
    (15-Mar-2014)
    Small study followed up on young people who underwent procedure to repair torn ligament

  • Knee Surgery May Put Kids at Higher Risk for Future Arthritis
    (15-Mar-2014)
    Small study followed up on young people who underwent procedure to repair torn ligament

  • Gardening Might Give Kids a Fitness Boost
    (14-Mar-2014)
    Digging, raking were high-intensity tasks in South Korean study

  • Gardening Might Give Kids a Fitness Boost
    (14-Mar-2014)
    Digging, raking were high-intensity tasks in South Korean study

  • 'Extreme Sports' Linked to 40,000 Head and Neck Injuries Per Year
    (14-Mar-2014)
    Study finds skateboarding, snowboarding lead the pack in number of trauma cases

  • Blood Test Might Help Spot, Monitor Concussions
    (13-Mar-2014)
    Study found levels of a protein linked with brain damage spiked right after injury, dropped with recovery

  • 'Tommy John' Surgery Gets Major League Pitchers Back on the Mound
    (11-Mar-2014)
    Study found most players returned to pro baseball, sometimes with better results

  • 'Tommy John' Surgery Gets Major League Pitchers Back on the Mound
    (11-Mar-2014)
    Study found most players returned to pro baseball, sometimes with better results

  • New Knees, Hips May Also Help the Heart
    (11-Mar-2014)
    Joint replacement might boost physical activity in arthritis patients, study author says

  • 2 Surgeries Work Equally Well for Female Incontinence, Study Finds
    (11-Mar-2014)
    Doctors can choose the one they're more familiar with, expert says

  • 'Tommy John' Surgery Gets Major League Pitchers Back on the Mound
    (11-Mar-2014)
    Study found most players returned to pro baseball, sometimes with better results

  • 2-Mile Daily Walk Might Help Fight COPD
    (06-Mar-2014)
    Study found patients who were more active had fewer hospitalizations from lung condition

  • Kids With ADHD May Face Higher Obesity Risk as Teens
    (06-Mar-2014)
    Finnish study also found more physical inactivity in this group

  • Lack of Sleep Compounds Health Problems for Obese Teens: Study
    (06-Mar-2014)
    Researchers report it was independently associated with higher risk of heart disease, diabetes

  • 2-Mile Daily Walk Might Help Fight COPD
    (06-Mar-2014)
    Study found patients who were more active had fewer hospitalizations from lung condition

  • Do Harder Working Husbands Have Healthier Wives?
    (05-Mar-2014)
    His long work hours may boost her health, study suggests

  • Poor Fitness in Middle Age Tied to Higher Risk of Dementia
    (05-Mar-2014)
    Change factors like exercise while you can, Finnish researchers advise

  • For Many College Athletes, the Payoff Is Lifelong Disabilities: Study
    (05-Mar-2014)
    They were more likely to have physical and emotional problems later in life than non-athletes, researchers found

  • Poor Fitness in Middle Age Tied to Higher Risk of Dementia
    (05-Mar-2014)
    Change factors like exercise while you can, Finnish researchers advise

  • For Many College Athletes, the Payoff Is Lifelong Disabilities: Study
    (05-Mar-2014)
    They were more likely to have physical and emotional problems later in life than non-athletes, researchers found

  • For Many College Athletes, the Payoff Is Lifelong Disabilities: Study
    (05-Mar-2014)
    They were more likely to have physical and emotional problems later in life than non-athletes, researchers found

  • Yoga May Help Breast Cancer Patients During Radiation Therapy
    (04-Mar-2014)
    Study found it lowered levels of stress hormones, reduced fatigue, improved quality of life

  • TV in Child's Bedroom Tied to Weight Gain
    (03-Mar-2014)
    But 'active' video games might help youngsters stay slim, researchers stay

  • Police Work Isn't Very Physical, Study Says
    (28-Feb-2014)
    Armband monitors finds workdays are mostly sedentary

  • Quick Vision Test May Help Spot Concussions on Sidelines
    (26-Feb-2014)
    Combined with two other simple screenings, all cases of head injury were caught, researchers report

  • Quick Vision Test May Help Spot Concussions on Sidelines
    (26-Feb-2014)
    Combined with two other simple screenings, all cases of head injury were caught, researchers report

  • Quick Vision Test May Help Spot Concussions on Sidelines
    (26-Feb-2014)
    Combined with two other simple screenings, all cases of head injury were caught, researchers report

  • Quick Vision Test May Help Spot Concussions on Sidelines
    (26-Feb-2014)
    Combined with two other simple screenings, all cases of head injury were caught, researchers report

  • Quick Vision Test May Help Spot Concussions on Sidelines
    (26-Feb-2014)
    Combined with two other simple screenings, all cases of head injury were caught, researchers report

  • Vigorous Exertion at Work May Trigger Heart Attacks, Strokes
    (25-Feb-2014)
    Study looked at circumstances of firefighters who died on the job

  • Students' Health Habits Tied to School Success
    (22-Feb-2014)
    Fitness, nutrition, proper sleep and TV restrictions appeared to make a difference in study of city kids

  • 'Heading' Soccer Ball Can Damage Brain, Study Says
    (21-Feb-2014)
    Researchers urge more study of long-term effects on thinking, memory

  • Walking May Help Older Men Sidestep Hip Fractures
    (21-Feb-2014)
    Even when the pace was relaxed, long-term study found benefits

  • 'Heading' Soccer Ball Can Damage Brain, Study Says
    (21-Feb-2014)
    Researchers urge more study of long-term effects on thinking, memory

  • 'Heading' Soccer Ball Can Damage Brain, Study Says
    (21-Feb-2014)
    Researchers urge more study of long-term effects on thinking, memory

  • Walking May Help Older Men Sidestep Hip Fractures
    (21-Feb-2014)
    Even when the pace was relaxed, long-term study found benefits

  • Average Obese Woman Gets Just 1 Hour of Exercise a Year: Study
    (20-Feb-2014)
    Obese men don't do much better, breaking a sweat only 3.6 hours annually, researchers say

  • Average Obese Woman Gets Just 1 Hour of Exercise a Year: Study
    (20-Feb-2014)
    Obese men don't do much better, breaking a sweat only 3.6 hours annually, researchers say

  • Average Obese Woman Gets Just 1 Hour of Exercise a Year: Study
    (20-Feb-2014)
    Obese men don't do much better, breaking a sweat only 3.6 hours annually, researchers say

  • Too Much Sitting After 60 May Lead to Disability, Study Says
    (19-Feb-2014)
    For each extra sedentary hour per day, researchers found a 50 percent increased risk

  • Health Tip: Are You at Risk for an Exercise Injury?
    (18-Feb-2014)
    Here are common risk factors

  • After Hip Fracture, Home Exercise Program May Boost Recovery
    (18-Feb-2014)
    Study looked at older patients who'd already received traditional rehab

  • Health Tip: Practicing Pilates
    (17-Feb-2014)
    Here are potential benefits

  • Football Helmets Not Much Protection Against Hits to Side of the Head: Study
    (17-Feb-2014)
    Only reduced chances of brain injury by 20 percent in crash test dummy trial

  • Can High Altitudes Protect Football Players From Concussions?
    (14-Feb-2014)
    Study found NFLers were a third less likely to suffer head injuries during high-altitude games

  • Can High Altitudes Protect Football Players From Concussions?
    (14-Feb-2014)
    Study found NFLers were a third less likely to suffer head injuries during high-altitude games

  • Health Tip: Exercise in Cold Weather
    (13-Feb-2014)
    Wear lots of layers

  • Health Tip: Being Active With Heart Failure
    (13-Feb-2014)
    Questions you should ask your doctor

  • Moderate Exercise May Cut Women's Stroke Risk
    (13-Feb-2014)
    Study found brisk walking, tennis lowered chances of brain attack by 20 percent

  • Moderate Exercise May Cut Women's Stroke Risk
    (13-Feb-2014)
    Study found brisk walking, tennis lowered chances of brain attack by 20 percent

  • Moderate Exercise May Cut Women's Stroke Risk
    (13-Feb-2014)
    Study found brisk walking, tennis lowered chances of brain attack by 20 percent

  • Health Tip: Staying Healthy Is a Family Affair
    (12-Feb-2014)
    Don't let the kids go it alone

  • Teens' Stress Levels Rival Those of Adults, Survey Finds
    (11-Feb-2014)
    Top worries include post-graduation choices, financial concerns

  • Energy Drinks, Coffee Increasing Sources of Caffeine for Kids, CDC Says
    (10-Feb-2014)
    Effects of excessive caffeine intake on youngsters aren't yet known, experts warn

  • New Obesity Weapon: Kids Teaching Kids
    (10-Feb-2014)
    Children more likely to listen to peers than adults, study suggests

  • Running Might Beat Walking for Breast Cancer Survivors
    (07-Feb-2014)
    Runners were less likely than walkers to die of the disease during nine-year study, but the findings aren't foolproof

  • Running Might Beat Walking for Breast Cancer Survivors
    (07-Feb-2014)
    Runners were less likely than walkers to die of the disease during nine-year study, but the findings aren't foolproof

  • Health Tip: Protect Yourself While Clearing Snow
    (06-Feb-2014)
    Make sure your doctor approves

  • Shivering, Like Exercise, May Help Boost Weight Loss
    (05-Feb-2014)
    When you shiver, your body converts white fat to healthier brown fat, study finds

  • Male Cancer Survivors May Live Longer If They Exercise
    (05-Feb-2014)
    Those who expended more energy each week were less likely to die of any cause during study

  • Ready to Get in Shape? Ease Into Exercise, Experts Say
    (05-Feb-2014)
    Check-ups, warm-ups and mixing up your routine are among the tips offered by athletic trainers

  • Shivering, Like Exercise, May Help Boost Weight Loss
    (05-Feb-2014)
    When you shiver, your body converts white fat to healthier brown fat, study finds

  • Shivering, Like Exercise, May Help Boost Weight Loss
    (05-Feb-2014)
    When you shiver, your body converts white fat to healthier brown fat, study finds

  • Health Tip: Ice Skate Safely
    (05-Feb-2014)
    Make sure skates fit right

  • Ready to Get in Shape? Ease Into Exercise, Experts Say
    (05-Feb-2014)
    Check-ups, warm-ups and mixing up your routine are among the tips offered by athletic trainers

  • High Blood Pressure in Young Adults Could Mean Heart Trouble in Middle Age
    (04-Feb-2014)
    25-year study tied even slight rise in early adulthood to future risk of clogged arteries

  • Avoid Antibiotics in Pill Form for 'Swimmer's Ear,' New Guidelines Say
    (03-Feb-2014)
    Instead, use antibacterial or antibiotic eardrops, experts advise

  • Stressed by Work-Life Balance? Just Exercise
    (30-Jan-2014)
    Workouts, or even spurts of activity, can keep stress levels down and confidence up, survey results show

  • Kids Bullied During Gym Class May Stop Exercising
    (27-Jan-2014)
    Study found drop in activity among students of all weights after being teased about physical ability

  • Yoga May Reduce Fatigue, Inflammation in Breast Cancer Survivors
    (27-Jan-2014)
    Researchers think improved sleep may be the key to benefits

  • Yoga May Reduce Fatigue, Inflammation in Breast Cancer Survivors
    (27-Jan-2014)
    Researchers think improved sleep may be the key to benefits

  • 'Plays at the Plate' Riskiest for Pro Baseball Players
    (26-Jan-2014)
    MLB considering rule to ban these collision-causing encounters at home plate

  • 'Plays at the Plate' Riskiest for Pro Baseball Players
    (26-Jan-2014)
    MLB considering rule to ban these collision-causing encounters at home plate

  • How to Prevent Winter Sports Injuries
    (25-Jan-2014)
    Think twice before taking 'one last run,' orthopedist says

  • How to Prevent Winter Sports Injuries
    (25-Jan-2014)
    Think twice before taking 'one last run,' orthopedist says

  • How to Prevent Winter Sports Injuries
    (25-Jan-2014)
    Think twice before taking 'one last run,' orthopedist says

  • How to Prevent Winter Sports Injuries
    (25-Jan-2014)
    Think twice before taking 'one last run,' orthopedist says

  • Shoulders Take a Pounding in High School Football
    (24-Jan-2014)
    Wrestling was distant second in large study of interscholastic sports

  • Shoulders Take a Pounding in High School Football
    (24-Jan-2014)
    Wrestling was distant second in large study of interscholastic sports

  • Shoulders Take a Pounding in High School Football
    (24-Jan-2014)
    Wrestling was distant second in large study of interscholastic sports

  • Type 2 Diabetes Is Often a Family Affair
    (24-Jan-2014)
    Study suggests if one spouse has the illness, the odds are raised that the other will develop diabetes, too

  • Shoulders Take a Pounding in High School Football
    (24-Jan-2014)
    Wrestling was distant second in large study of interscholastic sports

  • Shoulders Take a Pounding in High School Football
    (24-Jan-2014)
    Wrestling was distant second in large study of interscholastic sports

  • Shoulders Take a Pounding in High School Football
    (24-Jan-2014)
    Wrestling was distant second in large study of interscholastic sports

  • Texting While Walking a Dangerous Combination: Study
    (22-Jan-2014)
    Pedestrians who did both had poorer balance, were less able to walk in straight line, researchers say

  • Too Much Sitting May Raise Heart Failure Risk for Men
    (21-Jan-2014)
    Study found even exercise did not compensate for sedentary behavior

  • Too Much Sitting May Raise Heart Failure Risk for Men
    (21-Jan-2014)
    Study found even exercise did not compensate for sedentary behavior

  • Mediterranean Diet May Lower Risk of Clogged Leg Arteries
    (21-Jan-2014)
    Study of older adults found reduced odds of peripheral artery disease when compared to low-fat diet

  • Scientists Explore Effect of Exercise on Prostate Cancer Patients
    (20-Jan-2014)
    Brisk walkers found to have more regularly shaped blood vessels in early study

  • Despite New Rules, Injuries Still Costly for NHL, Study Finds
    (20-Jan-2014)
    Added safety measures appear necessary to protect hockey players' health

  • Concussions Common in Middle School Girls Playing Soccer: Study
    (20-Jan-2014)
    Many continue to play through symptoms, increasing risk of second injury, experts say

  • Despite New Rules, Injuries Still Costly for NHL, Study Finds
    (20-Jan-2014)
    Added safety measures appear necessary to protect hockey players' health

  • Scientists Explore Effect of Exercise on Prostate Cancer Patients
    (20-Jan-2014)
    Brisk walkers found to have more regularly shaped blood vessels in early study

  • Walk, But Stay Safe: Tips for Pedestrians
    (19-Jan-2014)
    Use crosswalks, beware at intersections, carry flashlights at night, CDC advises

  • Too Much Sitting May Be Harmful for Older Women
    (17-Jan-2014)
    12-year study of 93,000 women found higher risk of early death for least active

  • Too Much Sitting May Be Harmful for Older Women
    (17-Jan-2014)
    12-year study of 93,000 women found higher risk of early death for least active

  • Too Much Sitting May Be Harmful for Older Women
    (17-Jan-2014)
    12-year study of 93,000 women found higher risk of early death for least active

  • Health Tip: Take Precautions When Exercising
    (15-Jan-2014)
    And help prevent injury

  • Veteran Firefighters May Develop Heat Resistance
    (15-Jan-2014)
    Study counters argument that aging impairs ability to combat flames

  • Batters Mostly Use Their Heads to Track Pitches, Study Finds
    (14-Jan-2014)
    It's not yet known how vision strategies compare with hitting success

  • Health Tip: Make Exercise Economical
    (14-Jan-2014)
    Your workplace may offer a low-cost option

  • Batters Mostly Use Their Heads to Track Pitches, Study Finds
    (14-Jan-2014)
    It's not yet known how vision strategies compare with hitting success

  • Batters Mostly Use Their Heads to Track Pitches, Study Finds
    (14-Jan-2014)
    It's not yet known how vision strategies compare with hitting success

  • Ease Into a Workout Program to Prevent Injuries
    (12-Jan-2014)
    Doctors give safety tips for weight-lifting and other regimens

  • Ease Into a Workout Program to Prevent Injuries
    (12-Jan-2014)
    Doctors give safety tips for weight-lifting and other regimens

  • Ease Into a Workout Program to Prevent Injuries
    (12-Jan-2014)
    Doctors give safety tips for weight-lifting and other regimens

  • A-Fib Doesn't Mean You're Banished to the Sidelines
    (10-Jan-2014)
    For most people with an irregular heartbeat, it's OK to stay active, doctors say

  • Living a Full Life, Irregular Heartbeat and All
    (10-Jan-2014)
    Maryland man still exercises an hour a day

  • It's Natural for Winners to Strike a Victory Pose, Research Shows
    (10-Jan-2014)
    Instinct seems to be behind the urge to physically display dominance when celebrating a win

  • Health Tip: Don't Think of Exercise as a Chore
    (09-Jan-2014)
    Engage in activities that you enjoy

  • Ease Up on Workouts to Aid Flu Recovery, Expert Says
    (09-Jan-2014)
    Intense exercise will stress the immune system even more

  • Health Tip: Don't Think of Exercise as a Chore
    (09-Jan-2014)
    Engage in activities that you enjoy

  • Ease Up on Workouts to Aid Flu Recovery, Expert Says
    (09-Jan-2014)
    Intense exercise will stress the immune system even more

  • Fitness in Teen Years May Guard Against Heart Trouble Later
    (08-Jan-2014)
    Swedish study found link between aerobic fitness at 18 and lowered heart attack risk in middle age

  • Just 1 in 4 U.S. Teens Gets Enough Exercise: Report
    (08-Jan-2014)
    Boys slightly more likely than girls to meet hour-a-day recommendation

  • Just 1 in 4 U.S. Teens Gets Enough Exercise: Report
    (08-Jan-2014)
    Boys slightly more likely than girls to meet hour-a-day recommendation

  • Cancer Prevention Guidelines Seem to Pay Off for Older Women
    (08-Jan-2014)
    Large study found adherents were less likely to develop or die from disease

  • Ultramarathoners: How's Their Health?
    (08-Jan-2014)
    Researchers launch long-term study of these intense runners

  • Just 1 in 4 U.S. Teens Gets Enough Exercise: Report
    (08-Jan-2014)
    Boys slightly more likely than girls to meet hour-a-day recommendation

  • Just 1 in 4 U.S. Teens Gets Enough Exercise: Report
    (08-Jan-2014)
    Boys slightly more likely than girls to meet hour-a-day recommendation

  • Fitness in Teen Years May Guard Against Heart Trouble Later
    (08-Jan-2014)
    Swedish study found link between aerobic fitness at 18 and lowered heart attack risk in middle age

  • Ultramarathoners: How's Their Health?
    (08-Jan-2014)
    Researchers launch long-term study of these intense runners

  • Just 1 in 4 U.S. Teens Gets Enough Exercise: Report
    (08-Jan-2014)
    Boys slightly more likely than girls to meet hour-a-day recommendation

  • Just 1 in 4 U.S. Teens Gets Enough Exercise: Report
    (08-Jan-2014)
    Boys slightly more likely than girls to meet hour-a-day recommendation

  • Health Tip: Walk to Your Favorite Restaurant
    (06-Jan-2014)
    Add exercise to your menu

  • Avoiding Injury During Winter Sports
    (05-Jan-2014)
    Skiing, snowboarding, ice skating are common causes of sprains, dislocations, fractures

  • Avoiding Injury During Winter Sports
    (05-Jan-2014)
    Skiing, snowboarding, ice skating are common causes of sprains, dislocations, fractures

  • Avoiding Injury During Winter Sports
    (05-Jan-2014)
    Skiing, snowboarding, ice skating are common causes of sprains, dislocations, fractures

  • Get Fit Before You Hit the Slopes
    (03-Jan-2014)
    Endurance training cuts chances of falls, injuries, sports medicine doc says

  • Get Fit Before You Hit the Slopes
    (03-Jan-2014)
    Endurance training cuts chances of falls, injuries, sports medicine doc says

  • Get Fit Before You Hit the Slopes
    (03-Jan-2014)
    Endurance training cuts chances of falls, injuries, sports medicine doc says

  • Get Fit Before You Hit the Slopes
    (03-Jan-2014)
    Endurance training cuts chances of falls, injuries, sports medicine doc says

  • Get Fit Before You Hit the Slopes
    (03-Jan-2014)
    Endurance training cuts chances of falls, injuries, sports medicine doc says

  • When Winter Fun Isn't So Fun
    (01-Jan-2014)
    Sledding, skating, skiing and other cold weather activities all carry a potential risk of harm

  • When Winter Fun Isn't So Fun
    (01-Jan-2014)
    Sledding, skating, skiing and other cold weather activities all carry a potential risk of harm

  • When Winter Fun Isn't So Fun
    (01-Jan-2014)
    Sledding, skating, skiing and other cold weather activities all carry a potential risk of harm

  • When Winter Fun Isn't So Fun
    (01-Jan-2014)
    Sledding, skating, skiing and other cold weather activities all carry a potential risk of harm

  • When Winter Fun Isn't So Fun
    (01-Jan-2014)
    Sledding, skating, skiing and other cold weather activities all carry a potential risk of harm

  • The Best New Year's Resolutions Are Those You Can Keep
    (31-Dec-2013)
    Taking small steps may help you reach goals by keeping you from getting discouraged, expert says

  • Tips to Jump-Start Your New Year's Resolutions
    (29-Dec-2013)
    Expert advice on putting weight-loss, healthy-eating and exercise plans in motion

  • Tips to Jump-Start Your New Year's Resolutions
    (29-Dec-2013)
    Expert advice on putting weight-loss, healthy-eating and exercise plans in motion

  • Ski Your Way to Happiness?
    (25-Dec-2013)
    Researchers surveyed casual skiers, snowboarders who found playfulness can bring happiness

  • Health Tip: Gear Up for Cold-Weather Exercise
    (25-Dec-2013)
    Dress in layers

  • Ski Your Way to Happiness?
    (25-Dec-2013)
    Researchers surveyed casual skiers, snowboarders who found playfulness can bring happiness

  • Ski Your Way to Happiness?
    (25-Dec-2013)
    Researchers surveyed casual skiers, snowboarders who found playfulness can bring happiness

  • Tips for Safe Winter Workouts
    (21-Dec-2013)
    Avoiding hypothermia is crucial, expert says

  • Health Tip: Ready, Set, Ski!
    (20-Dec-2013)
    First, be sure to train

  • Walk More to Cut Heart Attack and Stroke Risk, Study Suggests
    (20-Dec-2013)
    People with pre-diabetes appear to benefit from adding extra steps to their daily stroll

  • Walk More to Cut Heart Attack and Stroke Risk, Study Suggests
    (20-Dec-2013)
    People with pre-diabetes appear to benefit from adding extra steps to their daily stroll

  • Health Tip: Stretch Safely
    (19-Dec-2013)
    Don't bounce while holding the position

  • Older Women May Spend Two-Thirds of Their Day Sitting
    (17-Dec-2013)
    But, study also found they frequently get up and move about

  • NIH, NFL Team Up to Take On Concussion Research
    (17-Dec-2013)
    The goal: Understanding long-term effects of head injuries and improving diagnosis

  • Older Women May Spend Two-Thirds of Their Day Sitting
    (17-Dec-2013)
    But, study also found they frequently get up and move about

  • Diabetes Drug Metformin Tied to Slight Weight Loss in Obese Kids
    (16-Dec-2013)
    But, experts say drug isn't meant for that use, while diet and exercise have proven effective

  • Working Out May Help Counteract Holiday Eating
    (15-Dec-2013)
    Men who overstuffed but exercised showed less harm to their health in study

  • Working Out May Help Counteract Holiday Eating
    (15-Dec-2013)
    Men who overstuffed but exercised showed less harm to their health in study

  • Snow-Shoveling Health Tips as Winter Looms
    (14-Dec-2013)
    Combination of exertion and cold weather poses heart attack risk, expert warns

  • Light Exercise Might Reduce Risk of Kidney Stones
    (13-Dec-2013)
    Intensity of activity doesn't seem to matter, study finds

  • Bones Benefit From Exercise After Breast Cancer, Study Finds
    (13-Dec-2013)
    Older survivors should include physical activity in long-term care plan, researchers suggest

  • Treating Sleep Apnea Might Be a Win-Win for Golfers
    (13-Dec-2013)
    Lower handicap after treatment attributed to sharper focus

  • Health Tip: Stay Active With Baby
    (12-Dec-2013)
    Even if newborn is too young to crawl

  • Exercise Might Ease Joint Pain Caused by Breast Cancer Drugs
    (12-Dec-2013)
    Side effects, such as stiffness and pain, are common reasons patients stop taking medications

  • Exercise Linked to Lower Breast Cancer Risk in Black Women
    (12-Dec-2013)
    Regular, brisk activity seems to help prevent some aggressive tumors that resist hormone therapy, study says

  • Exercise Seems to Ease Parkinson's-Related Depression
    (12-Dec-2013)
    Mood problems can be more debilitating than movement issues, researcher says

  • Exercise Might Lift Libido in Women on Antidepressants
    (12-Dec-2013)
    Regular workouts seem to counter the sexual dysfunction that is a side effect of these drugs

  • Higher Altitude May Lower Sports Concussion Risk, Study Suggests
    (10-Dec-2013)
    Review of high school athletes found 30 percent reduced rates of injury at elevations of 600 feet and up

  • Higher Altitude May Lower Sports Concussion Risk, Study Suggests
    (10-Dec-2013)
    Review of high school athletes found 30 percent reduced rates of injury at elevations of 600 feet and up

  • Higher Altitude May Lower Sports Concussion Risk, Study Suggests
    (10-Dec-2013)
    Review of high school athletes found 30 percent reduced rates of injury at elevations of 600 feet and up

  • Health Tip: Exercising With Arthritis
    (09-Dec-2013)
    The time of day may matter

  • Bigger Breasts, Lack of Exercise Tied to Breast Cancer Mortality
    (09-Dec-2013)
    But getting more exercise appeared to offer a level of protection, 11-year study found

  • Bigger Breasts, Lack of Exercise Tied to Breast Cancer Mortality
    (09-Dec-2013)
    But getting more exercise appeared to offer a level of protection, 11-year study found

  • Bigger Breasts, Lack of Exercise Tied to Breast Cancer Mortality
    (09-Dec-2013)
    But getting more exercise appeared to offer a level of protection, 11-year study found

  • Evening East-West NFL Matchups Put One Team at Disadvantage: Study
    (06-Dec-2013)
    Games played after 8 p.m. may favor biological clocks of Pacific time players

  • Evening East-West NFL Matchups Put One Team at Disadvantage: Study
    (06-Dec-2013)
    Games played after 8 p.m. may favor biological clocks of Pacific time players

  • Evening East-West NFL Matchups Put One Team at Disadvantage: Study
    (06-Dec-2013)
    Games played after 8 p.m. may favor biological clocks of Pacific time players

  • Less Physical Activity, More TV for Today's Moms, Study Finds
    (04-Dec-2013)
    This generation is less active than mothers in 1960s, researchers say

  • Drowning More Probable in Rural Areas, Study Finds
    (03-Dec-2013)
    Residents are more likely to be around open water and less likely to have taken swimming lessons, researchers say

  • Distracted-Driving Deaths of Pedestrians, Cyclists Up in U.S., Study Finds
    (29-Nov-2013)
    Most killed during daylight hours

  • Health Tip: Practice Safe Snowboarding
    (29-Nov-2013)
    Make sure you're in shape

  • Distracted-Driving Deaths of Pedestrians, Cyclists Up in U.S., Study Finds
    (29-Nov-2013)
    Most killed during daylight hours

  • Safety Tips for Holiday Football Games
    (28-Nov-2013)
    Don't let injuries sideline you during Thanksgiving pick-up games

  • Safety Tips for Holiday Football Games
    (28-Nov-2013)
    Don't let injuries sideline you during Thanksgiving pick-up games

  • Parents Who Set, Stick to Rules May Help Kids Stay Slim
    (27-Nov-2013)
    Australian study found it was more important than what Mom or Dad weighed

  • Exercise May Not Stave Off Holiday Weight Gain
    (27-Nov-2013)
    Study suggests nothing can replace moderation in the face of high-calorie food and drinks

  • Want to Stay Young? Start Moving
    (26-Nov-2013)
    Study finds it's never too late to reap the anti-aging benefits of exercise

  • Health Tip: Stay Fit in Your 30s
    (22-Nov-2013)
    And avoid risk factors for heart attack and stroke

  • Sports for Teens Are Beneficial -- Up to a Point
    (21-Nov-2013)
    Researchers found 14 hours a week were best, while high or low extremes lowered well-being scores

  • Sports for Teens Are Beneficial -- Up to a Point
    (21-Nov-2013)
    Researchers found 14 hours a week were best, while high or low extremes lowered well-being scores

  • Kids Worldwide Getting Less Heart Fit, Research Shows
    (19-Nov-2013)
    Large study of running fitness in recent decades found today's children are much slower

  • Kids Worldwide Getting Less Heart Fit, Research Shows
    (19-Nov-2013)
    Large study of running fitness in recent decades found today's children are much slower

  • Kids Worldwide Getting Less Heart Fit, Research Shows
    (19-Nov-2013)
    Large study of running fitness in recent decades found today's children are much slower

  • Kids Worldwide Getting Less Heart Fit, Research Shows
    (19-Nov-2013)
    Large study of running fitness in recent decades found today's children are much slower

  • Kids Worldwide Getting Less Heart Fit, Research Shows
    (19-Nov-2013)
    Large study of running fitness in recent decades found today's children are much slower

  • Health Tip: Exercise Advice for Those With Diabetes
    (18-Nov-2013)
    For starters, figure out the best time of day

  • Could Elite Athletes Have Lower Risk for Diabetes?
    (18-Nov-2013)
    Small study of Finnish men found protective effect, especially with endurance sports

  • Fitness Linked to Lower Heart Attack Risk in Heart Disease Patients
    (18-Nov-2013)
    Early study also found survival odds rose with exercise capacity

  • Weight Loss Can Combat Irregular Heart Beat, Study Says
    (18-Nov-2013)
    Atrial fibrillation is a potentially fatal condition affecting more and more people

  • Could Elite Athletes Have Lower Risk for Diabetes?
    (18-Nov-2013)
    Small study of Finnish men found protective effect, especially with endurance sports

  • Fitness Linked to Lower Heart Attack Risk in Heart Disease Patients
    (18-Nov-2013)
    Early study also found survival odds rose with exercise capacity

  • Could Elite Athletes Have Lower Risk for Diabetes?
    (18-Nov-2013)
    Small study of Finnish men found protective effect, especially with endurance sports

  • Walking May Cut Stroke Risk in Older Men
    (14-Nov-2013)
    British study suggests the number of weekly hours walked, not how fast, is what matters

  • Even Football Heroes Can Be Laid Low by Depression
    (14-Nov-2013)
    Colleges need to ensure that mental-health issues are identified and addressed, athletic trainers say

  • Walking May Cut Stroke Risk in Older Men
    (14-Nov-2013)
    British study suggests the number of weekly hours walked, not how fast, is what matters

  • Walking May Cut Stroke Risk in Older Men
    (14-Nov-2013)
    British study suggests the number of weekly hours walked, not how fast, is what matters

  • Walking May Cut Stroke Risk in Older Men
    (14-Nov-2013)
    British study suggests the number of weekly hours walked, not how fast, is what matters

  • Many Would Give Private Info to Health Insurers to Save Money
    (13-Nov-2013)
    But experts question whether people responding to Harris/HealthDay poll understand broader impact

  • Time of Month May Affect Women's Concussion Recovery
    (13-Nov-2013)
    Small study found those injured during 2 weeks before menstrual period healed more slowly

  • New Guidelines May Widen Use of Statins
    (13-Nov-2013)
    Recommendations focus on patient risk factors rather than cholesterol numbers, experts say

  • Time of Month May Affect Women's Concussion Recovery
    (13-Nov-2013)
    Small study found those injured during 2 weeks before menstrual period healed more slowly

  • Time of Month May Affect Women's Concussion Recovery
    (13-Nov-2013)
    Small study found those injured during 2 weeks before menstrual period healed more slowly

  • Time of Month May Affect Women's Concussion Recovery
    (13-Nov-2013)
    Small study found those injured during 2 weeks before menstrual period healed more slowly

  • Time of Month May Affect Women's Concussion Recovery
    (13-Nov-2013)
    Small study found those injured during 2 weeks before menstrual period healed more slowly

  • Health Tip: Practicing Tai Chi
    (13-Nov-2013)
    Why people do it

  • Aerobics Might Boost Brain Health for Older Adults
    (12-Nov-2013)
    Researchers said staying mentally sharp most important to those over 50

  • Aerobics Might Boost Brain Health for Older Adults
    (12-Nov-2013)
    Researchers said staying mentally sharp most important to those over 50

  • Health Tip: Make the Best of the Off Season
    (12-Nov-2013)
    Take a rest

  • Aerobics Might Boost Brain Health for Older Adults
    (12-Nov-2013)
    Researchers said staying mentally sharp most important to those over 50

  • Exercise May Help Ease Depression in Teens: Study
    (11-Nov-2013)
    Experts note a similar effect has long been noted in depressed adults

  • Exercise in Pregnancy May Boost Baby's Brain, Study Says
    (11-Nov-2013)
    Whether early advantage continues through childhood remains to be seen

  • Exercise May Help Breast Cancer Survivors Battle Bone Loss
    (08-Nov-2013)
    Aerobics and strength training known to counter bone loss in older women, researchers say

  • Health Tip: Get Exercise Every Day
    (08-Nov-2013)
    Even walking will do you good

  • Study Probes Why Exercise Leaves Women More Breathless Than Men
    (08-Nov-2013)
    Females' smaller lungs and airways lead to differences between the sexes, researchers say

  • Exercise May Help Breast Cancer Survivors Battle Bone Loss
    (08-Nov-2013)
    Aerobics and strength training known to counter bone loss in older women, researchers say

  • Health Tip: Get Exercise Every Day
    (08-Nov-2013)
    Even walking will do you good

  • New Ligament Discovered in Human Knee
    (07-Nov-2013)
    Surgeons say their findings on 'anterolateral' ligament may advance treatment of athletic injuries

  • Health Tip: Exercise to Help Prevent Osteoporosis
    (07-Nov-2013)
    Strengthen your bones

  • New Ligament Discovered in Human Knee
    (07-Nov-2013)
    Surgeons say their findings on 'anterolateral' ligament may advance treatment of athletic injuries

  • New Ligament Discovered in Human Knee
    (07-Nov-2013)
    Surgeons say their findings on 'anterolateral' ligament may advance treatment of athletic injuries

  • New Ligament Discovered in Human Knee
    (07-Nov-2013)
    Surgeons say their findings on 'anterolateral' ligament may advance treatment of athletic injuries

  • New Ligament Discovered in Human Knee
    (07-Nov-2013)
    Surgeons say their findings on 'anterolateral' ligament may advance treatment of athletic injuries

  • Health Tip: Run Safely in Cold Weather
    (05-Nov-2013)
    Don't use headphones

  • Bodybuilding Boys Often Try Drugs and Alcohol, Study Finds
    (04-Nov-2013)
    Preoccupation with body image can lead to risky behaviors, researcher says

  • 10K Races in U.S. Attract New Breed of Runners
    (03-Nov-2013)
    Women outnumber men, and faster males are increasingly younger, study finds

  • 10K Races in U.S. Attract New Breed of Runners
    (03-Nov-2013)
    Women outnumber men, and faster males are increasingly younger, study finds

  • 10K Races in U.S. Attract New Breed of Runners
    (03-Nov-2013)
    Women outnumber men, and faster males are increasingly younger, study finds

  • Romance Can Sour When Only One Partner Slims Down
    (01-Nov-2013)
    Study of couples probes the 'dark side' of weight loss

  • Can Marathons Temporarily Hurt the Heart?
    (31-Oct-2013)
    Small study found cardiac changes, but they were reversible and less likely with proper training

  • Can Marathons Temporarily Hurt the Heart?
    (31-Oct-2013)
    Small study found cardiac changes, but they were reversible and less likely with proper training

  • Can Marathons Temporarily Hurt the Heart?
    (31-Oct-2013)
    Small study found cardiac changes, but they were reversible and less likely with proper training

  • Can Marathons Temporarily Hurt the Heart?
    (31-Oct-2013)
    Small study found cardiac changes, but they were reversible and less likely with proper training

  • Walking Speed a Good Gauge of MS Disability, Study Says
    (30-Oct-2013)
    This measurement may reflect ability to perform everyday household activities

  • Balance Training Seems to Prevent Falls by Elderly
    (30-Oct-2013)
    Researchers base findings on review of 17 studies

  • Young Athletes' Concussions Often Unreported: Report
    (30-Oct-2013)
    Helmets provide no protection from these serious head injuries, experts say

  • Young Athletes' Concussions Often Unreported: Report
    (30-Oct-2013)
    Helmets provide no protection from these serious head injuries, experts say

  • Walking Speed a Good Gauge of MS Disability, Study Says
    (30-Oct-2013)
    This measurement may reflect ability to perform everyday household activities

  • Overuse Injuries May Rise When Kids Specialize in One Sport
    (29-Oct-2013)
    Spending more time in free play reduces injury odds, study finds

  • Gardening, Housework May Help Boost Your Heart Health
    (29-Oct-2013)
    Study of Swedish seniors found a reduced death risk of up to 30 percent

  • Gardening, Housework May Help Boost Your Heart Health
    (29-Oct-2013)
    Study of Swedish seniors found a reduced death risk of up to 30 percent

  • Gardening, Housework May Help Boost Your Heart Health
    (29-Oct-2013)
    Study of Swedish seniors found a reduced death risk of up to 30 percent

  • Overuse Injuries May Rise When Kids Specialize in One Sport
    (29-Oct-2013)
    Spending more time in free play reduces injury odds, study finds

  • Too Few Kids Follow Bike Helmet Laws, Study Finds
    (28-Oct-2013)
    In L.A. County over 5-year period, 8 of 9 children who died in bike accidents weren't wearing helmets

  • Exercise May Make Life Better for Those With Arthritis
    (28-Oct-2013)
    Meeting national physical activity guidelines could add up to 20 days of good health in one year

  • Too Much Sitting Tied to Higher Risk of Colon Polyps in Men
    (28-Oct-2013)
    'Active couch potatoes' who do get some exercise just as vulnerable, study suggests

  • There Is No Safer Football Helmet for Kids: Study
    (28-Oct-2013)
    Researchers compared high-tech helmets to standard gear for concussion protection

  • There Is No Safer Football Helmet for Kids: Study
    (28-Oct-2013)
    Researchers compared high-tech helmets to standard gear for concussion protection

  • Men May Stroll a Little Slower Down Lovers' Lane
    (24-Oct-2013)
    Study found males decreased their speed when walking beside a romantic partner

  • Health Tip: When Athletes Smoke
    (23-Oct-2013)
    Tobacco can interfere with performance

  • Being Web-Savvy Tied to Better Health in Seniors: Study
    (22-Oct-2013)
    Nonusers were less likely to exercise, eat a healthy diet or get colon cancer screening

  • Just 12 Percent of Women Over 50 Are 'Satisfied' With Their Bodies
    (22-Oct-2013)
    Study finds that those who feel comfortable with their weight exercise often but rarely diet to stay thin

  • Kids Who Exercise More May Get Better Grades
    (22-Oct-2013)
    U.K. study looked at math, science and English performance

  • Healthy Eating Can Help Marathoners Cross Finish Line
    (20-Oct-2013)
    Dietitian offers last-minute training tips ahead of the New York Marathon

  • Healthy Eating Can Help Marathoners Cross Finish Line
    (20-Oct-2013)
    Dietitian offers last-minute training tips ahead of the New York Marathon

  • Healthy Eating Can Help Marathoners Cross Finish Line
    (20-Oct-2013)
    Dietitian offers last-minute training tips ahead of the New York Marathon

  • Stress-Busting Tips From Experts
    (19-Oct-2013)
    Whether it's taking a nature walk or some deep breaths, activity helps

  • Stress-Busting Tips From Experts
    (19-Oct-2013)
    Whether it's taking a nature walk or some deep breaths, activity helps

  • Stress-Busting Tips From Experts
    (19-Oct-2013)
    Whether it's taking a nature walk or some deep breaths, activity helps

  • Small Efforts Can Boost Use of Public Parks
    (18-Oct-2013)
    Better signage may lead residents to increase physical activity, study shows

  • Ladies, Take 5 Steps to Avoid Osteoporosis
    (18-Oct-2013)
    Many women unaware the risk of bone-thinning disease rises after menopause, experts say

  • NFL Veterans Show 'Abnormalities' in Brain Activity: Study
    (17-Oct-2013)
    Ex-players who had been sent off the field most for head injuries were especially affected, researchers said

  • Health Tip: Exercising After Breast Cancer
    (16-Oct-2013)
    Get your doctor's OK, and don't overdo it

  • Exercise Might Boost Men's Sperm Counts, Study Finds
    (14-Oct-2013)
    Meanwhile, other research saw no fertility effects from caffeine, alcohol

  • Exercise May Lower Risk of Esophageal Cancer
    (14-Oct-2013)
    But review author says other lifestyle factors may also be at play

  • Exercise Might Boost Men's Sperm Counts, Study Finds
    (14-Oct-2013)
    Meanwhile, other research saw no fertility effects from caffeine, alcohol

  • Exercise Might Boost Men's Sperm Counts, Study Finds
    (14-Oct-2013)
    Meanwhile, other research saw no fertility effects from caffeine, alcohol

  • Yoga Fails to Cool Hot Flashes, But May Aid Sleep
    (10-Oct-2013)
    Expert says longer study might have found more benefit for menopausal women

  • Yoga Fails to Cool Hot Flashes, But May Aid Sleep
    (10-Oct-2013)
    Expert says longer study might have found more benefit for menopausal women

  • Star Athletes Often Endorse Junk Food, Study Says
    (07-Oct-2013)
    Sugar-packed 'sports drinks' among products hawked in lucrative ad campaigns

  • U.S. Panel Rejects Blood Pressure Screening for Kids, Teens
    (07-Oct-2013)
    Despite calls for routine testing, task force finds lack of evidence it would help

  • Star Athletes Often Endorse Junk Food, Study Says
    (07-Oct-2013)
    Sugar-packed 'sports drinks' among products hawked in lucrative ad campaigns

  • Daily Walk May Cut Your Breast Cancer Risk
    (04-Oct-2013)
    Study findings are good news for postmenopausal women, experts say

  • Health Tip: Exercise to Help Ease Stress
    (03-Oct-2013)
    Make sure you leave the job site

  • More Evidence That Exercise Can Help Prevent High Blood Pressure
    (01-Oct-2013)
    Study found that leisure-time activity was more beneficial than activity at work

  • Many More Kids Visiting ER for Sports Concussions, Study Finds
    (30-Sep-2013)
    Better awareness of traumatic brain injury may be reason, experts say

  • Many More Kids Visiting ER for Sports Concussions, Study Finds
    (30-Sep-2013)
    Better awareness of traumatic brain injury may be reason, experts say

  • Many More Kids Visiting ER for Sports Concussions, Study Finds
    (30-Sep-2013)
    Better awareness of traumatic brain injury may be reason, experts say

  • Why Ballet Dancers Can Spin Without Getting Dizzy
    (29-Sep-2013)
    Study found years of training suppressed signals of imbalance; findings could help those with chronic dizziness

  • Why Ballet Dancers Can Spin Without Getting Dizzy
    (29-Sep-2013)
    Study found years of training suppressed signals of imbalance; findings could help those with chronic dizziness

  • Health Tip: Exercising Despite Allergies and Asthma
    (27-Sep-2013)
    Make sure you take your medication first

  • 10 Percent Weight Loss May Relieve Arthritic Knee Pain
    (24-Sep-2013)
    Biggest improvement seen with diet-exercise combo in 18-month study of older, overweight adults

  • 10 Percent Weight Loss May Relieve Arthritic Knee Pain
    (24-Sep-2013)
    Biggest improvement seen with diet-exercise combo in 18-month study of older, overweight adults

  • Concussion Symptoms May Not Differ in Teen, Young Adult Athletes
    (24-Sep-2013)
    But study authors say recovery period might vary

  • 10 Percent Weight Loss May Relieve Arthritic Knee Pain
    (24-Sep-2013)
    Biggest improvement seen with diet-exercise combo in 18-month study of older, overweight adults

  • Blood 'Marker' May Predict Diabetes Risk in Older Women
    (20-Sep-2013)
    Study found lower levels of the protein in women with lifestyle factors linked to type 2 disease

  • Eating, Swallowing Exercises May Aid Throat Cancer Patients
    (19-Sep-2013)
    Keeping up these activities during chemo or radiation linked to better diets after treatment, study finds

  • 2 Questions May Reveal Seniors' Impending Decline, Study Says
    (17-Sep-2013)
    Inability to climb steps seen as one red flag

  • 2 Questions May Reveal Seniors' Impending Decline, Study Says
    (17-Sep-2013)
    Inability to climb steps seen as one red flag

  • U.S. Teens Begin to Slim Down, Study Suggests
    (16-Sep-2013)
    Adolescents are eating healthier, exercising more

  • College Football Players Seem to Grow Bigger and Stronger, But Not Faster
    (12-Sep-2013)
    Study of NCAA athletes found speed, jumping power changed little over 4-year careers

  • Positive Attitude Linked to Longer Life in Heart Patients
    (12-Sep-2013)
    Keeping physically active may boost survival in those with a negative outlook, study suggests

  • College Football Players Seem to Grow Bigger and Stronger, But Not Faster
    (12-Sep-2013)
    Study of NCAA athletes found speed, jumping power changed little over 4-year careers

  • College Football Players Seem to Grow Bigger and Stronger, But Not Faster
    (12-Sep-2013)
    Study of NCAA athletes found speed, jumping power changed little over 4-year careers

  • College Football Players Seem to Grow Bigger and Stronger, But Not Faster
    (12-Sep-2013)
    Study of NCAA athletes found speed, jumping power changed little over 4-year careers

  • College Football Players Seem to Grow Bigger and Stronger, But Not Faster
    (12-Sep-2013)
    Study of NCAA athletes found speed, jumping power changed little over 4-year careers

  • College Football Players Seem to Grow Bigger and Stronger, But Not Faster
    (12-Sep-2013)
    Study of NCAA athletes found speed, jumping power changed little over 4-year careers

  • Health Tip: Take a Water Exercise Class
    (12-Sep-2013)
    But observe a session before you join

  • Nearly 60 Percent of Uterine Cancer Cases Preventable: Report
    (11-Sep-2013)
    Women who exercise, maintain healthy weight and drink coffee daily may cut their risk

  • Health Tip: Ride a Horse Safely
    (11-Sep-2013)
    Wear protective gear, and learn how to ride properly

  • Changes in Household Routines Help Reduce Kids' Obesity: Study
    (10-Sep-2013)
    Parents who limited kids' TV time, increased sleep time saw less excess weight gain in children

  • Vigorous Exercise May Lessen Young Men's Risk of Epilepsy
    (04-Sep-2013)
    Those with high fitness level 79 percent less likely to be diagnosed with disorder later in life, study suggests

  • Short Bouts of Brisk Exercise May Help Cut Obesity Risk
    (04-Sep-2013)
    Intensity of activity more important than duration for controlling weight, study finds

  • Vigorous Exercise May Lessen Young Men's Risk of Epilepsy
    (04-Sep-2013)
    Those with high fitness level 79 percent less likely to be diagnosed with disorder later in life, study suggests

  • Glass of Wine a Day May Ward Off Depression, Study Suggests
    (30-Aug-2013)
    But, moderate drinking might also just be sign of normal social life, researchers add

  • Middle-Aged Health Behavior a Matter of Degrees
    (29-Aug-2013)
    When medical conditions arose, study found college-educated people were more apt to change their lifestyles

  • U.S. Schools Show Progress in Healthy Behaviors, CDC Says
    (26-Aug-2013)
    Report highlights good news: better nutrition, more physical activity and tobacco bans

  • Move More to Control Weight Gain During Pregnancy: Study
    (23-Aug-2013)
    Staying active throughout the day helps prevent obesity-related complications

  • Hyperbaric Oxygen Chambers Aren't Cure-Alls, FDA Warns
    (22-Aug-2013)
    Despite hype, treatment doesn't help for cancer or many other ills, and can have serious side effects

  • Health Tip: Find the Best Time to Exercise
    (22-Aug-2013)
    After your daily temperature is warmest

  • Kidney Disease Patients Can Benefit From Exercise: Study
    (22-Aug-2013)
    Program created specifically for people with multiple health issues was safe, boosted fitness

  • Kidney Disease Patients Can Benefit From Exercise: Study
    (22-Aug-2013)
    Program created specifically for people with multiple health issues was safe, boosted fitness

  • Taking a Bath After a Workout? Hold the Ice, Researchers Say
    (21-Aug-2013)
    Study found that for most people, ice baths cause pain, but no gain, following exercise

  • Brain-Damaged Athletes May Show Mood or Thinking Impairments First
    (21-Aug-2013)
    Study adds to understanding of chronic traumatic encephalopathy

  • Brain-Damaged Athletes May Show Mood or Thinking Impairments First
    (21-Aug-2013)
    Study adds to understanding of chronic traumatic encephalopathy

  • Taking a Bath After a Workout? Hold the Ice, Researchers Say
    (21-Aug-2013)
    Study found that for most people, ice baths cause pain, but no gain, following exercise

  • Health Tip: Wear Protective Gear When Skateboarding or Skating
    (20-Aug-2013)
    And replace worn wheels

  • HIV Patients Get a Mental Lift From Exercise, Study Finds
    (16-Aug-2013)
    Brain deficits half as likely in those who engaged in regular activity

  • Health Tip: Prepare for Hiking
    (16-Aug-2013)
    Make sure you're in shape

  • One Exercise Session Won't Bring a Good Night's Sleep
    (15-Aug-2013)
    Study found there is no quick fix for insomnia when it comes to working out

  • One Exercise Session Won't Bring a Good Night's Sleep
    (15-Aug-2013)
    Study found there is no quick fix for insomnia when it comes to working out

  • Sports-Related Sudden Death More Likely to Occur in Men: Study
    (13-Aug-2013)
    Screening for heart problems might need to be tailored to gender, experts say

  • Obesity Risk Factors May Vary for Boys, Girls
    (12-Aug-2013)
    Playing team sports, even drinking milk affected kids differently in study

  • Quarterback's Death, NFL Study Split Over Brain Disorder
    (09-Aug-2013)
    Autopsy shows former Michigan college player had CTE; Loyola study finds no evidence that NFL players are at greater risk

  • Quarterback's Death, NFL Study Split Over Brain Disorder
    (09-Aug-2013)
    Autopsy shows former Michigan college player had CTE; Loyola study finds no evidence that NFL players are at greater risk

  • Quarterback's Death, NFL Study Split Over Brain Disorder
    (09-Aug-2013)
    Autopsy shows former Michigan college player had CTE; Loyola study finds no evidence that NFL players are at greater risk

  • Concussed Athletes May Not Be Good at Self-Reporting Recovery
    (08-Aug-2013)
    Memory, thinking test spotted problems that injured cheerleaders didn't report or recognize, study finds

  • Concussed Athletes May Not Be Good at Self-Reporting Recovery
    (08-Aug-2013)
    Memory, thinking test spotted problems that injured cheerleaders didn't report or recognize, study finds

  • Fitness Club Best Place for Cardiac Arrest Survival: Study
    (07-Aug-2013)
    Availability of automated external defibrillator may be key.

  • Fitness Club Best Place for Cardiac Arrest Survival: Study
    (07-Aug-2013)
    Availability of automated external defibrillator may be key.

  • Fitness Club Best Place for Cardiac Arrest Survival: Study
    (07-Aug-2013)
    Availability of automated external defibrillator may be key.

  • Fitness Club Best Place for Cardiac Arrest Survival: Study
    (07-Aug-2013)
    Availability of automated external defibrillator may be key.

  • Fitness Club Best Place for Cardiac Arrest Survival: Study
    (07-Aug-2013)
    Availability of automated external defibrillator may be key.

  • Fitness Club Best Place for Cardiac Arrest Survival: Study
    (07-Aug-2013)
    Availability of automated external defibrillator may be key.

  • Fitness Club Best Place for Cardiac Arrest Survival: Study
    (07-Aug-2013)
    Availability of automated external defibrillator may be key.

  • Walking to Work Tied to Lower Diabetes Risk
    (06-Aug-2013)
    Car commuters have higher blood pressure, more obesity, U.K. study also found

  • Walking to Work Tied to Lower Diabetes Risk
    (06-Aug-2013)
    Car commuters have higher blood pressure, more obesity, U.K. study also found

  • Training in the Heat
    (03-Aug-2013)
    Expert describes safe transition from air conditioning to sports conditioning

  • Training in the Heat
    (03-Aug-2013)
    Expert describes safe transition from air conditioning to sports conditioning

  • Exercise Won't Ease Hot Flashes, Study Finds
    (01-Aug-2013)
    But it did help a little with insomnia, depression, researchers report

  • How Many Extra Calories Add Up to Obesity for Kids?
    (30-Jul-2013)
    Study finds overweight children consume more excess calories daily than previously thought

  • College Football Players May Be At Risk of High Blood Pressure
    (29-Jul-2013)
    Study found 14 percent of freshman linemen had hypertension at the end of one season

  • Don't Let Playground Injuries Spoil the Fun
    (28-Jul-2013)
    More than 600,000 U.S. kids were hurt last year, but certain steps can help keep them safe

  • Water-Safety Essentials for Parents
    (27-Jul-2013)
    Drowning remains a leading cause of death for children

  • Water-Safety Essentials for Parents
    (27-Jul-2013)
    Drowning remains a leading cause of death for children

  • Germs in the Gym
    (26-Jul-2013)
    Basketballs, volleyballs can be magnets for bacteria, study finds

  • Red Wine Supplement May Block Benefits of Exercise in Older Men
    (25-Jul-2013)
    In small study, resveratrol undermined gains in blood pressure, cholesterol and aerobic fitness

  • Red Wine Supplement May Block Benefits of Exercise in Older Men
    (25-Jul-2013)
    In small study, resveratrol undermined gains in blood pressure, cholesterol and aerobic fitness

  • Breathalyzer Device Tells You When Your Workout Is Burning Fat
    (25-Jul-2013)
    Paired with smartphone, prototype device helps gauge weight-loss success, developers say

  • Red Wine Supplement May Block Benefits of Exercise in Older Men
    (25-Jul-2013)
    In small study, resveratrol undermined gains in blood pressure, cholesterol and aerobic fitness

  • Breathalyzer Device Tells You When Your Workout Is Burning Fat
    (25-Jul-2013)
    Paired with smartphone, prototype device helps gauge weight-loss success, developers say

  • Breathalyzer Device Tells You When Your Workout Is Burning Fat
    (25-Jul-2013)
    Paired with smartphone, prototype device helps gauge weight-loss success, developers say

  • Red Wine Supplement May Block Benefits of Exercise in Older Men
    (25-Jul-2013)
    In small study, resveratrol undermined gains in blood pressure, cholesterol and aerobic fitness

  • Red Wine Supplement May Block Benefits of Exercise in Older Men
    (25-Jul-2013)
    In small study, resveratrol undermined gains in blood pressure, cholesterol and aerobic fitness

  • For Seniors, Unhealthy Living May Lead to Disability
    (24-Jul-2013)
    Study looked at exercise, smoking, nutrition and other habits

  • Weight Loss May Help Thwart Diabetes
    (19-Jul-2013)
    Overweight study patients who shed pounds through lifestyle changes kept full-blown disease at bay

  • Health Tip: Use Resistance Tubing Safely
    (18-Jul-2013)
    Check for any weak spots

  • Your Smartphone May Be Making You Fat
    (18-Jul-2013)
    Heavy use tied to sedentary lifestyle, less fitness in study of college students

  • Regular, Vigorous Exercise May Lower Your Stroke Risk
    (18-Jul-2013)
    Direct effect not shown in study, but experts say physical activity's impact is clear

  • Your Smartphone May Be Making You Fat
    (18-Jul-2013)
    Heavy use tied to sedentary lifestyle, less fitness in study of college students

  • Concussion Prevention: Pass on Pricey Football Helmets, Study Suggests
    (15-Jul-2013)
    Rule changes are what's needed to protect young athletes, expert says

  • Concussion Prevention: Pass on Pricey Football Helmets, Study Suggests
    (15-Jul-2013)
    Rule changes are what's needed to protect young athletes, expert says

  • Sleep Affects Concussion-Testing Results, Study Finds
    (15-Jul-2013)
    Athletes with the least shuteye had lower baseline scores

  • Concussion Prevention: Pass on Pricey Football Helmets, Study Suggests
    (15-Jul-2013)
    Rule changes are what's needed to protect young athletes, expert says

  • With Weekly Exercise, Time Trumps Frequency
    (12-Jul-2013)
    No matter how they spread out 150 minutes of activity, study participants showed similar disease risk

  • With Weekly Exercise, Time Trumps Frequency
    (12-Jul-2013)
    No matter how they spread out 150 minutes of activity, study participants showed similar disease risk

  • After ACL Surgery, Another Knee Injury Likely, Study Suggests
    (11-Jul-2013)
    Athletes who return to sports should take precautions, researcher advises

  • After ACL Surgery, Another Knee Injury Likely, Study Suggests
    (11-Jul-2013)
    Athletes who return to sports should take precautions, researcher advises

  • Exercise Up in U.S., But So Is Obesity: Report
    (10-Jul-2013)
    Food control is the missing link, experts say

  • Singing Together Fosters Harmonious Hearts
    (09-Jul-2013)
    The melody and structure of song synchronized heart rhythms among choir members, small study finds

  • Most Statin Users Won't Have Major Side Effects
    (09-Jul-2013)
    However, large review found 9 percent higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes

  • Struggles With Motor Skills Compound Social Problems in Autism
    (08-Jul-2013)
    Fortunately, help is available for kids to improve abilities like throwing and catching

  • Struggles With Motor Skills Compound Social Problems in Autism
    (08-Jul-2013)
    Fortunately, help is available for kids to improve abilities like throwing and catching

  • Baseballs, Softballs Often to Blame for Kids' Facial Fractures
    (06-Jul-2013)
    Errant catches can lead to serious trauma, study found

  • Baseballs, Softballs Often to Blame for Kids' Facial Fractures
    (06-Jul-2013)
    Errant catches can lead to serious trauma, study found

  • Baseballs, Softballs Often to Blame for Kids' Facial Fractures
    (06-Jul-2013)
    Errant catches can lead to serious trauma, study found

  • Baseballs, Softballs Often to Blame for Kids' Facial Fractures
    (06-Jul-2013)
    Errant catches can lead to serious trauma, study found

  • Baseballs, Softballs Often to Blame for Kids' Facial Fractures
    (06-Jul-2013)
    Errant catches can lead to serious trauma, study found

  • Baseballs, Softballs Often to Blame for Kids' Facial Fractures
    (06-Jul-2013)
    Errant catches can lead to serious trauma, study found

  • Baseballs, Softballs Often to Blame for Kids' Facial Fractures
    (06-Jul-2013)
    Errant catches can lead to serious trauma, study found

  • Baseballs, Softballs Often to Blame for Kids' Facial Fractures
    (06-Jul-2013)
    Errant catches can lead to serious trauma, study found

  • Baseballs, Softballs Often to Blame for Kids' Facial Fractures
    (06-Jul-2013)
    Errant catches can lead to serious trauma, study found

  • Health Tip: If You're Inline Skating
    (04-Jul-2013)
    Here's how to apply the brake

  • Suicide Rate Higher for Adults Who Were Out-of-Shape as Teens: Study
    (02-Jul-2013)
    Fit 18-year-olds less likely to take their own lives as adults

  • New 'Active' Video Games May Give Kids More Exercise
    (02-Jul-2013)
    Youngsters in Australian study were a bit less sedentary

  • Home Treadmills May Help People With Poor Leg Circulation
    (02-Jul-2013)
    Doctors urged to recommend this activity to arterial disease patients who can't get to the gym

  • Suicide Rate Higher for Adults Who Were Out-of-Shape as Teens: Study
    (02-Jul-2013)
    Fit 18-year-olds less likely to take their own lives as adults

  • Home Treadmills May Help People With Poor Leg Circulation
    (02-Jul-2013)
    Doctors urged to recommend this activity to arterial disease patients who can't get to the gym

  • Home Treadmills May Help People With Poor Leg Circulation
    (02-Jul-2013)
    Doctors urged to recommend this activity to arterial disease patients who can't get to the gym

  • Can Hi-Tech Avatars Promote Real-Life Weight Loss?
    (01-Jul-2013)
    Virtual sessions on portion control and exercise helped women in small pilot study

  • Can Hi-Tech Avatars Promote Real-Life Weight Loss?
    (01-Jul-2013)
    Virtual sessions on portion control and exercise helped women in small pilot study

  • Heed the Heat During Summer Workouts
    (29-Jun-2013)
    Expert offers tips on how to exercise smartly, avoid heat stroke

  • South Asian Men May Need More Exercise to Stay Healthy: Study
    (28-Jun-2013)
    Researchers in Scotland compared their risk of diabetes to that of white men

  • As Cheerleading Evolves, Injuries Mount
    (28-Jun-2013)
    Experts say it's a competitive sport whose athletes need better protection

  • South Asian Men May Need More Exercise to Stay Healthy: Study
    (28-Jun-2013)
    Researchers in Scotland compared their risk of diabetes to that of white men

  • As Cheerleading Evolves, Injuries Mount
    (28-Jun-2013)
    Experts say it's a competitive sport whose athletes need better protection

  • As Cheerleading Evolves, Injuries Mount
    (28-Jun-2013)
    Experts say it's a competitive sport whose athletes need better protection

  • Stroke Prevention Tips for Women
    (27-Jun-2013)
    Manage risk factors that lie within your control, advises neurologist

  • Health Tip: Running in Hot Weather
    (27-Jun-2013)
    Drink plenty of fluids

  • Thank Ancient Humans for That Fastball
    (26-Jun-2013)
    Home sapiens' throwing ability excels because ancestors needed it for the hunt, scientists say

  • Thank Ancient Humans for That Fastball
    (26-Jun-2013)
    Home sapiens' throwing ability excels because ancestors needed it for the hunt, scientists say

  • ADHD May Be Tied to Longer-Lasting Head Injury, Study Says
    (25-Jun-2013)
    Author says contact sports should be avoided; another expert disagrees

  • Health Tip: Get Active!
    (25-Jun-2013)
    Log your progress to help stay motivated

  • Exercise Alone May Help Those With Type 2 Diabetes
    (25-Jun-2013)
    Small study found it helped even if no other lifestyle changes were made

  • Diet-Exercise Combo Doesn't Cut Heart Risks in Type 2 Diabetes Patients
    (25-Jun-2013)
    But study of overweight patients found lifestyle changes may prevent complications such as kidney failure, eye damage

  • ADHD May Be Tied to Longer-Lasting Head Injury, Study Says
    (25-Jun-2013)
    Author says contact sports should be avoided; another expert disagrees

  • Teen Drinkers, Pot Smokers at Raised Risk of Concussion, Study Says
    (25-Jun-2013)
    Risk is 3 to 5 times higher for substance users, researchers find

  • Many Kids Missing Out on Healthy Lifestyle
    (25-Jun-2013)
    Report finds only half exercise enough, only a third eat fruits and vegetables every day

  • ADHD May Be Tied to Longer-Lasting Head Injury, Study Says
    (25-Jun-2013)
    Author says contact sports should be avoided; another expert disagrees

  • ADHD May Be Tied to Longer-Lasting Head Injury, Study Says
    (25-Jun-2013)
    Author says contact sports should be avoided; another expert disagrees

  • Teen Drinkers, Pot Smokers at Raised Risk of Concussion, Study Says
    (25-Jun-2013)
    Risk is 3 to 5 times higher for substance users, researchers find

  • Cellphone 'Distracted Walking' Sending Pedestrians to the ER
    (25-Jun-2013)
    Talking, texting users aren't looking out for dangers, study finds

  • Kids' Pitching Injuries Rising; Study Blames Overuse
    (23-Jun-2013)
    Parents, kids not adhering to throwing limits, researchers find

  • Injuries From Ocean Waves More Common Than Thought
    (23-Jun-2013)
    Shallow surf can pose real risks, Delaware study finds

  • Take Safety Measures Before Letting Kids in the Pool
    (22-Jun-2013)
    Supervision, pool maintenance and teaching children to swim all key to enjoying the water

  • Take Safety Measures Before Letting Kids in the Pool
    (22-Jun-2013)
    Supervision, pool maintenance and teaching children to swim all key to enjoying the water

  • Health Tip: Remind Men to Focus on Health
    (21-Jun-2013)
    Help them make it a priority

  • Mind Over Diet?
    (21-Jun-2013)
    Study suggests people's beliefs about causes of obesity influence their eating habits, weight

  • Children's Eye Injuries Peak in Summer, Expert Says
    (21-Jun-2013)
    Swimming pool accidents top the list

  • James Gandolfini's Death From Heart Trouble at 51 a Sign of the Times
    (20-Jun-2013)
    Doctors say more middle-aged Americans suffer cardiac problems, and they're often due to unhealthy lifestyles

  • Grueling X-Country Ski Race May Affect Heart Rhythm
    (12-Jun-2013)
    Arrhythmia more common among frequent racers, study finds

  • Grueling X-Country Ski Race May Affect Heart Rhythm
    (12-Jun-2013)
    Arrhythmia more common among frequent racers, study finds

  • Short Strolls After Meals May Lower Diabetes Risk
    (12-Jun-2013)
    Walking 15 minutes three times a day was better for blood sugar levels than one 45-minute walk, small study found

  • Grueling X-Country Ski Race May Affect Heart Rhythm
    (12-Jun-2013)
    Arrhythmia more common among frequent racers, study finds

  • Heading Soccer Balls Tied to Damaging Brain Changes
    (11-Jun-2013)
    Doing it a lot may increase risk of memory problems in adult soccer players, study says

  • Heading Soccer Balls Tied to Damaging Brain Changes
    (11-Jun-2013)
    Doing it a lot may increase risk of memory problems in adult soccer players, study says

  • Kids With Past Concussions Take Longer to Recover
    (10-Jun-2013)
    Study has implications for how long children should wait to resume activities, experts say

  • Kids With Past Concussions Take Longer to Recover
    (10-Jun-2013)
    Study has implications for how long children should wait to resume activities, experts say

  • Kids With Past Concussions Take Longer to Recover
    (10-Jun-2013)
    Study has implications for how long children should wait to resume activities, experts say

  • Drowning Prevention Measures to Keep Kids Safe in Water
    (08-Jun-2013)
    Tragedy can occur with few warning signs, expert says

  • Summer Camp Health Tips for Parents
    (08-Jun-2013)
    How to keep water sports from causing skin infections and other expert advice

  • Summer Camp Health Tips for Parents
    (08-Jun-2013)
    How to keep water sports from causing skin infections and other expert advice

  • Drowning Prevention Measures to Keep Kids Safe in Water
    (08-Jun-2013)
    Tragedy can occur with few warning signs, expert says

  • Even Mild Weight Loss May Lower Diabetes Risk in Obese Teens
    (07-Jun-2013)
    Study worked with adolescents and their families to boost activity, healthy eating

  • Health Tip: Prepare for a Camping Trip
    (07-Jun-2013)
    Pack a site map, in case you get lost

  • Pedometers Can Keep You Moving
    (06-Jun-2013)
    Research shows they're a low-cost motivator for sitting less, particularly for those with desk jobs

  • Physically Active Jobs Tied to Unusual Amounts of Sleep
    (06-Jun-2013)
    Study found these workers are often long or short sleepers, which may not be healthy

  • Football Concussion Risk Highest During Games, Not Practice: Study
    (06-Jun-2013)
    Young players may not be learning proper tackling techniques, one expert says

  • Your Stroke Risk Can Shrink With 7 Lifestyle Changes
    (06-Jun-2013)
    Controlling blood pressure is most important, large U.S. study found

  • Football Concussion Risk Highest During Games, Not Practice: Study
    (06-Jun-2013)
    Young players may not be learning proper tackling techniques, one expert says

  • Football Concussion Risk Highest During Games, Not Practice: Study
    (06-Jun-2013)
    Young players may not be learning proper tackling techniques, one expert says

  • Pedometers Can Keep You Moving
    (06-Jun-2013)
    Research shows they're a low-cost motivator for sitting less, particularly for those with desk jobs

  • Fatigue Affects Baseball Players' Strike-Zone Judgment: Study
    (04-Jun-2013)
    And sleepier players may have shorter MLB careers, other findings suggest

  • Health Tip: Pack a Bike-Friendly Snack
    (04-Jun-2013)
    Bananas are a good choice

  • Health Tip: Keep Kids Active During Summer Break
    (04-Jun-2013)
    Get them to play a favorite sport

  • Minorities Harmed Most By Fast-Food Outlets Near School: Study
    (04-Jun-2013)
    Effects on weight, exercise seem to be magnified for black, Hispanic teens, research suggests

  • Fatigue Affects Baseball Players' Strike-Zone Judgment: Study
    (04-Jun-2013)
    And sleepier players may have shorter MLB careers, other findings suggest

  • Skipping Meds May Raise Odds of ER Visits for Certain Medicare Patients
    (03-Jun-2013)
    Efforts to reduce drug costs tied to higher risk for disabled recipients

  • More Proof Healthy Living, Not Smoking Pay Off
    (03-Jun-2013)
    Positive lifestyle changes reduced risk of death 80 percent over 8 years, study says

  • Men in Red: Higher Testosterone Levels, Study Finds
    (31-May-2013)
    Athletes choose the color to show dominance and aggression, research suggests

  • Smartphone Apps Can Make Workouts More Fun
    (31-May-2013)
    Latest technology lets you jog along with zombies, bulls and race cars

  • Smartphone Apps Can Make Workouts More Fun
    (31-May-2013)
    Latest technology lets you jog along with zombies, bulls and race cars

  • Smartphone Apps Can Make Workouts More Fun
    (31-May-2013)
    Latest technology lets you jog along with zombies, bulls and race cars

  • Smartphone Apps Can Make Workouts More Fun
    (31-May-2013)
    Latest technology lets you jog along with zombies, bulls and race cars

  • Smartphone Apps Can Make Workouts More Fun
    (31-May-2013)
    Latest technology lets you jog along with zombies, bulls and race cars

  • And America's Fittest City Is...
    (29-May-2013)
    New report highlights healthiest metropolitan areas

  • And America's Fittest City Is...
    (29-May-2013)
    New report highlights healthiest metropolitan areas

  • And America's Fittest City Is...
    (29-May-2013)
    New report highlights healthiest metropolitan areas

  • And America's Fittest City Is...
    (29-May-2013)
    New report highlights healthiest metropolitan areas

  • And America's Fittest City Is...
    (29-May-2013)
    New report highlights healthiest metropolitan areas

  • And America's Fittest City Is...
    (29-May-2013)
    New report highlights healthiest metropolitan areas

  • And America's Fittest City Is...
    (29-May-2013)
    New report highlights healthiest metropolitan areas

  • And America's Fittest City Is...
    (29-May-2013)
    New report highlights healthiest metropolitan areas

  • And America's Fittest City Is...
    (29-May-2013)
    New report highlights healthiest metropolitan areas

  • And America's Fittest City Is...
    (29-May-2013)
    New report highlights healthiest metropolitan areas

  • Top-Ranked Golfer Beats Scoliosis
    (24-May-2013)
    Years of braces and surgery couldn't keep Stacy Lewis from becoming the best in her sport

  • Health Tip: Pack the Right Equipment for Running Trails
    (24-May-2013)
    Wear the correct shoes

  • U.S. School Kids Should Get Hour of Exercise Daily: Report
    (23-May-2013)
    Physical activity helps them do better academically and socially, experts say

  • Statins May Hamper Workout Results
    (23-May-2013)
    Overweight people on cholesterol-lowering drugs saw less fitness improvement than others in small study

  • U.S. School Kids Should Get Hour of Exercise Daily: Report
    (23-May-2013)
    Physical activity helps them do better academically and socially, experts say

  • Statins May Hamper Workout Results
    (23-May-2013)
    Overweight people on cholesterol-lowering drugs saw less fitness improvement than others in small study

  • U.S. School Kids Should Get Hour of Exercise Daily: Report
    (23-May-2013)
    Physical activity helps them do better academically and socially, experts say

  • Americans Still Making Unhealthy Choices: CDC
    (21-May-2013)
    High rates of obesity, heavy drinking, smoking and inactivity reported, but most people getting enough sleep

  • Health Tip: Run Smart, Run Safe
    (21-May-2013)
    Don't use headphones

  • Sports May Be OK With Defibrillator, Study Says
    (20-May-2013)
    But each patient must make decision with doctor's input

  • Fitness in Middle Age May Help Shield Men From Cancer Later
    (16-May-2013)
    Study found even modest improvements seemed to lower disease risk

  • Many Public Pools Contaminated With Human Waste: CDC
    (16-May-2013)
    Agency offers clear advice to help you avoid infections

  • Fitness in Middle Age May Help Shield Men From Cancer Later
    (16-May-2013)
    Study found even modest improvements seemed to lower disease risk

  • Fitness in Middle Age May Help Shield Men From Cancer Later
    (16-May-2013)
    Study found even modest improvements seemed to lower disease risk

  • Fitness in Middle Age May Help Shield Men From Cancer Later
    (16-May-2013)
    Study found even modest improvements seemed to lower disease risk

  • Health Tip: Exercise With Allergies and Asthma
    (15-May-2013)
    Speak with an allergist first

  • Yoga May Help Ease High Blood Pressure, Study Finds
    (15-May-2013)
    Numbers were lowered when people engaged in a few sessions per week

  • Get Fit in Middle Age to Cut Heart Failure Risk, Study Says
    (15-May-2013)
    It's never too late to start, researchers find

  • Get Fit in Middle Age to Cut Heart Failure Risk, Study Says
    (15-May-2013)
    It's never too late to start, researchers find

  • Get Fit in Middle Age to Cut Heart Failure Risk, Study Says
    (15-May-2013)
    It's never too late to start, researchers find

  • Yoga May Help Ease High Blood Pressure, Study Finds
    (15-May-2013)
    Numbers were lowered when people engaged in a few sessions per week

  • More Time in Gym Class Equals Stronger Kids
    (12-May-2013)
    And fracture risk doesn't rise when physical activity clock is extended, study finds

  • More Time in Gym Class Equals Stronger Kids
    (12-May-2013)
    And fracture risk doesn't rise when physical activity clock is extended, study finds

  • More Time in Gym Class Equals Stronger Kids
    (12-May-2013)
    And fracture risk doesn't rise when physical activity clock is extended, study finds

  • Exercise May Ease Pain of Fibromyalgia, Study Suggests
    (10-May-2013)
    Moderate physical activity doesn't exacerbate symptoms, researchers find

  • Exercise May Ease Pain of Fibromyalgia, Study Suggests
    (10-May-2013)
    Moderate physical activity doesn't exacerbate symptoms, researchers find

  • Exercise May Ease Pain of Fibromyalgia, Study Suggests
    (10-May-2013)
    Moderate physical activity doesn't exacerbate symptoms, researchers find

  • Swimming Pools May Pose Hazard for People With Heart Devices
    (09-May-2013)
    Electricity from pools' lighting systems might interfere with implanted defibrillators, case studies show

  • Just How Might Exercise Lower Breast Cancer Risk?
    (08-May-2013)
    Scientists identify changes in estrogen metabolism as key factor

  • Just How Might Exercise Lower Breast Cancer Risk?
    (08-May-2013)
    Scientists identify changes in estrogen metabolism as key factor

  • Scientists Explore Secrets of the Well-Hit Fastball
    (08-May-2013)
    Human brain 'predicts' the path of objects hurtling toward it, researchers report

  • School Sports May Cut Rates of Violence, Bullying Among Teens
    (06-May-2013)
    Study found less fighting among girls who were athletes and less bullying against boys on teams

  • High School Football Players Often Not Deterred by Head Injury
    (06-May-2013)
    Knowing dangers of concussion not enough to keep many teens on sidelines, survey finds

  • School Sports May Cut Rates of Violence, Bullying Among Teens
    (06-May-2013)
    Study found less fighting among girls who were athletes and less bullying against boys on teams

  • High School Football Players Often Not Deterred by Head Injury
    (06-May-2013)
    Knowing dangers of concussion not enough to keep many teens on sidelines, survey finds

  • Health Tip: Help Prevent Exercise-Induced Asthma
    (03-May-2013)
    Breathe through your nose to warm the air

  • Exercise May Lower Older Women's Risk for Kidney Stones
    (03-May-2013)
    Study also found that cutting high-calorie foods can help

  • Only 1 in 5 Americans Gets Enough Exercise: CDC
    (02-May-2013)
    Picture brighter for aerobic exercise than for muscle-strengthening, report finds

  • Heart-Healthy Lifestyle May Also Prevent Lethal Blood Clots
    (02-May-2013)
    Large U.S. study followed people nearly 5 years to gauge their risk

  • Only 1 in 5 Americans Gets Enough Exercise: CDC
    (02-May-2013)
    Picture brighter for aerobic exercise than for muscle-strengthening, report finds

  • Heart-Healthy Lifestyle May Also Prevent Lethal Blood Clots
    (02-May-2013)
    Large U.S. study followed people nearly 5 years to gauge their risk

  • Only 1 in 5 Americans Gets Enough Exercise: CDC
    (02-May-2013)
    Picture brighter for aerobic exercise than for muscle-strengthening, report finds

  • Health Tip: Keep Your Family Fit
    (30-Apr-2013)
    Begin a regular tennis match

  • Health Tip: Keep Your Family Fit
    (30-Apr-2013)
    Begin a regular tennis match

  • Cosmetic Procedures for Arms on the Rise, Plastic Surgeons Say
    (29-Apr-2013)
    Vast majority of patients are women

  • Could Facebook Assist Public Health Efforts to Track Obesity?
    (26-Apr-2013)
    Study tied users' online interests in U.S. regions to obesity rates

  • Kids' Concussion Recovery Varies by Symptom Severity: Study
    (25-Apr-2013)
    Identifying which factors lead to longer recoveries may improve treatment

  • Kids' Concussion Recovery Varies by Symptom Severity: Study
    (25-Apr-2013)
    Identifying which factors lead to longer recoveries may improve treatment

  • Knowing Time Needed to Walk Off Calories May Curb Appetite
    (23-Apr-2013)
    But menus that list calories alone don't change people's ordering or eating habits, study finds

  • Health Tip: Ready to Run?
    (23-Apr-2013)
    Warm up first

  • Knowing Time Needed to Walk Off Calories May Curb Appetite
    (23-Apr-2013)
    But menus that list calories alone don't change people's ordering or eating habits, study finds

  • Exercise, Alternative Therapies May Help Lower Blood Pressure
    (22-Apr-2013)
    Report suggests some approaches might work alongside -- not instead of -- traditional therapy

  • Tackling Diet, Exercise Together Produces Best Results: Study
    (22-Apr-2013)
    If you have to choose one at a time, hit the gym first, researchers add

  • Exercise, Alternative Therapies May Help Lower Blood Pressure
    (22-Apr-2013)
    Report suggests some approaches might work alongside -- not instead of -- traditional therapy

  • Exercise, Alternative Therapies May Help Lower Blood Pressure
    (22-Apr-2013)
    Report suggests some approaches might work alongside -- not instead of -- traditional therapy

  • Exercise, Alternative Therapies May Help Lower Blood Pressure
    (22-Apr-2013)
    Report suggests some approaches might work alongside -- not instead of -- traditional therapy

  • Exercise, Alternative Therapies May Help Lower Blood Pressure
    (22-Apr-2013)
    Report suggests some approaches might work alongside -- not instead of -- traditional therapy

  • Help Young Pitchers Avoid Overuse Injuries
    (21-Apr-2013)
    Expert urges parents and coaches to make kids aware of how overdoing it can harm their health

  • Help Young Pitchers Avoid Overuse Injuries
    (21-Apr-2013)
    Expert urges parents and coaches to make kids aware of how overdoing it can harm their health

  • Help Young Pitchers Avoid Overuse Injuries
    (21-Apr-2013)
    Expert urges parents and coaches to make kids aware of how overdoing it can harm their health

  • Young Athletes Urged to Use Face-Protecting Gear
    (20-Apr-2013)
    Mouth guards, helmets and face shields can save teeth and more, experts say

  • Young Athletes Urged to Use Face-Protecting Gear
    (20-Apr-2013)
    Mouth guards, helmets and face shields can save teeth and more, experts say

  • Young Athletes Urged to Use Face-Protecting Gear
    (20-Apr-2013)
    Mouth guards, helmets and face shields can save teeth and more, experts say

  • Young Athletes Urged to Use Face-Protecting Gear
    (20-Apr-2013)
    Mouth guards, helmets and face shields can save teeth and more, experts say

  • Young Athletes Urged to Use Face-Protecting Gear
    (20-Apr-2013)
    Mouth guards, helmets and face shields can save teeth and more, experts say

  • Young Athletes Urged to Use Face-Protecting Gear
    (20-Apr-2013)
    Mouth guards, helmets and face shields can save teeth and more, experts say

  • Young Athletes Urged to Use Face-Protecting Gear
    (20-Apr-2013)
    Mouth guards, helmets and face shields can save teeth and more, experts say

  • Focus on One Sport Raises Young Athletes' Injury Risk: Study
    (19-Apr-2013)
    Kids should not spend more hours than their age training for a sport each week, researchers say

  • Focus on One Sport Raises Young Athletes' Injury Risk: Study
    (19-Apr-2013)
    Kids should not spend more hours than their age training for a sport each week, researchers say

  • Health Tip: Resolve to Meet Your Exercise Goals
    (19-Apr-2013)
    Make them realistic and attainable

  • Community Gardening May Reap Body Weight Benefit
    (19-Apr-2013)
    Study found less overweight in people who tend a plot

  • Focus on One Sport Raises Young Athletes' Injury Risk: Study
    (19-Apr-2013)
    Kids should not spend more hours than their age training for a sport each week, researchers say

  • Focus on One Sport Raises Young Athletes' Injury Risk: Study
    (19-Apr-2013)
    Kids should not spend more hours than their age training for a sport each week, researchers say

  • Health Tip: Resolve to Meet Your Exercise Goals
    (19-Apr-2013)
    Make them realistic and attainable

  • Community Gardening May Reap Body Weight Benefit
    (19-Apr-2013)
    Study found less overweight in people who tend a plot

  • Focus on One Sport Raises Young Athletes' Injury Risk: Study
    (19-Apr-2013)
    Kids should not spend more hours than their age training for a sport each week, researchers say

  • Focus on One Sport Raises Young Athletes' Injury Risk: Study
    (19-Apr-2013)
    Kids should not spend more hours than their age training for a sport each week, researchers say

  • Hard Physical Labor May Boost Risk of Heart Disease, Stroke: Studies
    (18-Apr-2013)
    Researcher says higher mental stress, lower income could be factors

  • Exercise May Blunt Heavy Drinking's Effect on Brain
    (17-Apr-2013)
    But experts note small study is very preliminary, has major limitations

  • Mental Exercise May Help Keep Seniors Sharp
    (15-Apr-2013)
    Even solving puzzles might stave off decline and memory loss, study hints

  • Exercise May Help People With Alzheimer's Avoid Nursing Homes
    (15-Apr-2013)
    Study finds regular activity delays physical decline, reduces falls

  • Household Chores May Ease Nighttime Menopausal Symptoms
    (13-Apr-2013)
    Fewer awakenings seen among white, non-obese women who kept active with caregiving, chores

  • To Stop Smoking, Teens Should Start Moving
    (12-Apr-2013)
    Exercise can help curb the habit in young daily smokers, study shows

  • Decisions, Decisions: Work Out or Fix a Meal?
    (12-Apr-2013)
    Study finds Americans sacrifice exercise time for food-prep time

  • Breathing Problem Sometimes Misdiagnosed in Athletes
    (12-Apr-2013)
    Study finds vocal cord disorder can be confused with asthma

  • Breathing Problem Sometimes Misdiagnosed in Athletes
    (12-Apr-2013)
    Study finds vocal cord disorder can be confused with asthma

  • Breathing Problem Sometimes Misdiagnosed in Athletes
    (12-Apr-2013)
    Study finds vocal cord disorder can be confused with asthma

  • To Stop Smoking, Teens Should Start Moving
    (12-Apr-2013)
    Exercise can help curb the habit in young daily smokers, study shows

  • 'Mobility Shoes' May Help Those With Arthritic Knees: Study
    (12-Apr-2013)
    The footwear alters gait and reduces load on the joint, researchers say

  • A Survivor's Story From the Job Loss Front
    (11-Apr-2013)
    'Fight hard and fast to get past the anger,' and don't forget to keep healthy habits

  • Strides Made in Preventing Cancer, But Challenges Remain: Report
    (11-Apr-2013)
    American Cancer Society looked at smoking, obesity, disease screening, tanning and more

  • Belly Fat May Be Tied to Kidney Damage
    (11-Apr-2013)
    Study links an apple-shaped figure to early signs of kidney problems

  • New Clues to How Exercise May Reduce Breast Cancer Risk
    (09-Apr-2013)
    Physical activity lowers estrogen levels in older women, study says

  • New Clues to How Exercise May Reduce Breast Cancer Risk
    (09-Apr-2013)
    Physical activity lowers estrogen levels in older women, study says

  • Health Tip: Be Safe at the Beach
    (08-Apr-2013)
    Protect your family from potential dangers

  • Expert Pitches Safety Tips for Young Baseball Players
    (05-Apr-2013)
    It's a great youth sport, but beware the possible injuries, doctor advises

  • Health Tip: Don't Ignore Pain During Exercise
    (05-Apr-2013)
    Listen to your body

  • Want to Lose Weight? Then Run, Don't Walk: Study
    (05-Apr-2013)
    Both helped shed pounds, but vigorous exercise produced better long-term results

  • Expert Pitches Safety Tips for Young Baseball Players
    (05-Apr-2013)
    It's a great youth sport, but beware the possible injuries, doctor advises

  • College Sports Could Raise Players' Risk for Depression, Study Finds
    (05-Apr-2013)
    Compared with former college athletes, those still in school had doubled odds, possibly due to stress, researchers say

  • Obesity Does Slow People Down, Study Confirms
    (05-Apr-2013)
    Women may be caught in cycle of fatigue, lack of self-esteem, expert says

  • Want to Lose Weight? Then Run, Don't Walk: Study
    (05-Apr-2013)
    Both helped shed pounds, but vigorous exercise produced better long-term results

  • Want to Lose Weight? Then Run, Don't Walk: Study
    (05-Apr-2013)
    Both helped shed pounds, but vigorous exercise produced better long-term results

  • Expert Pitches Safety Tips for Young Baseball Players
    (05-Apr-2013)
    It's a great youth sport, but beware the possible injuries, doctor advises

  • College Sports Could Raise Players' Risk for Depression, Study Finds
    (05-Apr-2013)
    Compared with former college athletes, those still in school had doubled odds, possibly due to stress, researchers say

  • Want to Lose Weight? Then Run, Don't Walk: Study
    (05-Apr-2013)
    Both helped shed pounds, but vigorous exercise produced better long-term results

  • Obesity Does Slow People Down, Study Confirms
    (05-Apr-2013)
    Women may be caught in cycle of fatigue, lack of self-esteem, expert says

  • Brisk Walking Equals Running for Heart Health: Study
    (04-Apr-2013)
    Distance rather than speed reaps the benefits, researchers say

  • Brisk Walking Equals Running for Heart Health: Study
    (04-Apr-2013)
    Distance rather than speed reaps the benefits, researchers say

  • Brisk Walking Equals Running for Heart Health: Study
    (04-Apr-2013)
    Distance rather than speed reaps the benefits, researchers say

  • Brisk Walking Equals Running for Heart Health: Study
    (04-Apr-2013)
    Distance rather than speed reaps the benefits, researchers say

  • Lifestyle Might Curb Loss of Height That Comes With Age
    (03-Apr-2013)
    Education, urban living helped keep older adults walking tall, Chinese data shows

  • Cartilage Gives Early Warning of Arthritis, Study Finds
    (02-Apr-2013)
    Damage to the tissue that cushions joints occurs even before people feel pain, research shows

  • Competitive Cash-for-Weight-Loss Plans Work Best: Study
    (02-Apr-2013)
    But individual incentives also do well when companies pay to help employees keep pounds off

  • Health Tip: Take a Hike -- In the Right Shoes
    (02-Apr-2013)
    And make sure they have sufficient traction

  • Mental, Physical Challenges May Help Seniors Stay Sharp, Study Says
    (01-Apr-2013)
    Small steps, including stretching, watching educational DVDs, reaped rewards

  • Many U.S. Teens Have Poor Health Habits
    (01-Apr-2013)
    Bad diet, lack of exercise raise odds for later heart disease, experts warn

  • Another Danger of Depression?
    (29-Mar-2013)
    Benefits of exercise, modest alcohol consumption may be diminished, study says

  • 'Bigorexics' Want to Boost Their Masculinity
    (28-Mar-2013)
    But anorexic guys may identify with more feminine stereotypes, study suggests

  • Health Tip: Alcohol Can Affect Your Athletic Performance
    (26-Mar-2013)
    Your body may suffer

  • Health Tip: Kids Keeping You From Exercising?
    (26-Mar-2013)
    Find time even if family keeps you busy

  • Health Tip: Alcohol Can Affect Your Athletic Performance
    (26-Mar-2013)
    Your body may suffer

  • Health Tip: Stretch Before and After Exercise
    (25-Mar-2013)
    But do it gently

  • Fit Kids May Dodge Fractures in Old Age
    (25-Mar-2013)
    Regular exercise linked to increases in peak bone mass, study says

  • Could Herpes Virus Affect Memory in Older Adults?
    (25-Mar-2013)
    Chronic infection with cold sores may affect thinking, especially in sedentary folks, study suggests

  • Complications More Common Than Thought for Type of Hip Surgery
    (25-Mar-2013)
    Study looked at minimally invasive procedure to repair damage to inside of the joint

  • Fit Kids May Dodge Fractures in Old Age
    (25-Mar-2013)
    Regular exercise linked to increases in peak bone mass, study says

  • Play It Smart When It Comes to Lightning
    (24-Mar-2013)
    Sports trainers offer safety tips on ways to stay safe

  • Sports Gamblers Wrongly Bet on Their Sense of Control: Study
    (22-Mar-2013)
    Experience, knowledge of basketball won't help their 'March Madness' record, researcher says

  • Physically Fit Docs More Likely to Prescribe Exercise, Study Finds
    (22-Mar-2013)
    Boosting physicians' fitness might have trickle-down effect for entire population, experts say

  • Sports Gamblers Wrongly Bet on Their Sense of Control: Study
    (22-Mar-2013)
    Experience, knowledge of basketball won't help their 'March Madness' record, researcher says

  • Mental Illness May Not Impede Healthy Weight Loss, Study Says
    (21-Mar-2013)
    Overweight patients on a 'lifestyle changes' program improved exercise, nutrition, shed more pounds

  • Health Tip: Enjoy Safe Exercise During Pregnancy
    (20-Mar-2013)
    Follow these safety guidelines and talk to your doctor

  • Fewer Kids Getting Hurt in Most Sports, Study Finds
    (19-Mar-2013)
    However, football and soccer injuries have risen over past decade

  • Fewer Kids Getting Hurt in Most Sports, Study Finds
    (19-Mar-2013)
    However, football and soccer injuries have risen over past decade

  • Fewer Kids Getting Hurt in Most Sports, Study Finds
    (19-Mar-2013)
    However, football and soccer injuries have risen over past decade

  • Stroke Before Age 50 Linked to Raised Risk of Early Death
    (19-Mar-2013)
    Study authors stress that improved diet, quitting smoking can minimize the odds

  • Fewer Kids Getting Hurt in Most Sports, Study Finds
    (19-Mar-2013)
    However, football and soccer injuries have risen over past decade

  • Health Tip: Work Your Muscles While Gardening
    (19-Mar-2013)
    But start slowly to avoid injury

  • Fewer Kids Getting Hurt in Most Sports, Study Finds
    (19-Mar-2013)
    However, football and soccer injuries have risen over past decade

  • Fewer Kids Getting Hurt in Most Sports, Study Finds
    (19-Mar-2013)
    However, football and soccer injuries have risen over past decade

  • Fewer Kids Getting Hurt in Most Sports, Study Finds
    (19-Mar-2013)
    However, football and soccer injuries have risen over past decade

  • Fewer Kids Getting Hurt in Most Sports, Study Finds
    (19-Mar-2013)
    However, football and soccer injuries have risen over past decade

  • New Guidelines Raise Safety Bar on Concussions
    (18-Mar-2013)
    If head trauma is suspected, health care professional should determine it is safe to return to play, recommendations say

  • Health Tip: Practice Winter Sports Safety
    (18-Mar-2013)
    Protect kids from injuries

  • Health Tip: Practice Winter Sports Safety
    (18-Mar-2013)
    Protect kids from injuries

  • What's Good for the Heart May Also Prevent Cancer
    (18-Mar-2013)
    Healthy lifestyles do double duty against 2 major disease groups, study finds

  • New Guidelines Raise Safety Bar on Concussions
    (18-Mar-2013)
    If head trauma is suspected, health care professional should determine it is safe to return to play, recommendations say

  • Health Tip: Practice Winter Sports Safety
    (18-Mar-2013)
    Protect kids from injuries

  • New Guidelines Raise Safety Bar on Concussions
    (18-Mar-2013)
    If head trauma is suspected, health care professional should determine it is safe to return to play, recommendations say

  • Health Tip: Practice Winter Sports Safety
    (18-Mar-2013)
    Protect kids from injuries

  • Health Tip: Stay Fit When Traveling
    (14-Mar-2013)
    Find ways to exercise when on the road

  • Health Tip: Stay Fit When Traveling
    (14-Mar-2013)
    Find ways to exercise when on the road

  • Germs Fly in Roller-Derby Games, Study Finds
    (12-Mar-2013)
    Skaters swap skin bacteria during bouts

  • Germs Fly in Roller-Derby Games, Study Finds
    (12-Mar-2013)
    Skaters swap skin bacteria during bouts

  • Germs Fly in Roller-Derby Games, Study Finds
    (12-Mar-2013)
    Skaters swap skin bacteria during bouts

  • Health Tip: Teach Kids to Prevent Overuse Injuries
    (11-Mar-2013)
    Encourage safety during sports

  • Health Tip: Teach Kids to Prevent Overuse Injuries
    (11-Mar-2013)
    Encourage safety during sports

  • Health Tip: Teach Kids to Prevent Overuse Injuries
    (11-Mar-2013)
    Encourage safety during sports

  • Health Tip: Teach Kids to Prevent Overuse Injuries
    (11-Mar-2013)
    Encourage safety during sports

  • Health Tip: Teach Kids to Prevent Overuse Injuries
    (11-Mar-2013)
    Encourage safety during sports

  • Health Tip: Teach Kids to Prevent Overuse Injuries
    (11-Mar-2013)
    Encourage safety during sports

  • Health Tip: Teach Kids to Prevent Overuse Injuries
    (11-Mar-2013)
    Encourage safety during sports

  • Health Tip: Teach Kids to Prevent Overuse Injuries
    (11-Mar-2013)
    Encourage safety during sports

  • Health Tip: Teach Kids to Prevent Overuse Injuries
    (11-Mar-2013)
    Encourage safety during sports

  • Health Tip: Teach Kids to Prevent Overuse Injuries
    (11-Mar-2013)
    Encourage safety during sports

  • You Can Help Reduce Your Colon Cancer Risk: Expert
    (08-Mar-2013)
    Preventive measures include screening, food choices and moderate exercise

  • You Can Help Reduce Your Colon Cancer Risk: Expert
    (08-Mar-2013)
    Preventive measures include screening, food choices and moderate exercise

  • Health Tip: Teach Kids In-Line Skating Safety
    (08-Mar-2013)
    Protect them against injury

  • You Can Help Reduce Your Colon Cancer Risk: Expert
    (08-Mar-2013)
    Preventive measures include screening, food choices and moderate exercise

  • Health Tip: Invest in Protective Eyewear for Sports
    (07-Mar-2013)
    Make sure they fit and work properly

  • Health Tip: Invest in Protective Eyewear for Sports
    (07-Mar-2013)
    Make sure they fit and work properly

  • Short-Term Exercise Might Boost Young People's Self-Control
    (07-Mar-2013)
    Study findings, if confirmed, may have relevance for treating ADHD, autism

  • Walking Program Helps Stroke Survivors Get On With Life
    (07-Mar-2013)
    Jamaican study eased people back into walking alone without fear

  • Short-Term Exercise Might Boost Young People's Self-Control
    (07-Mar-2013)
    Study findings, if confirmed, may have relevance for treating ADHD, autism

  • Health Tip: Invest in Protective Eyewear for Sports
    (07-Mar-2013)
    Make sure they fit and work properly

  • Health Tip: Invest in Protective Eyewear for Sports
    (07-Mar-2013)
    Make sure they fit and work properly

  • Short-Term Exercise Might Boost Young People's Self-Control
    (07-Mar-2013)
    Study findings, if confirmed, may have relevance for treating ADHD, autism

  • Health Tip: Invest in Protective Eyewear for Sports
    (07-Mar-2013)
    Make sure they fit and work properly

  • Health Tip: Invest in Protective Eyewear for Sports
    (07-Mar-2013)
    Make sure they fit and work properly

  • Health Tip: Invest in Protective Eyewear for Sports
    (07-Mar-2013)
    Make sure they fit and work properly

  • Short-Term Exercise Might Boost Young People's Self-Control
    (07-Mar-2013)
    Study findings, if confirmed, may have relevance for treating ADHD, autism

  • Health Tip: Invest in Protective Eyewear for Sports
    (07-Mar-2013)
    Make sure they fit and work properly

  • Walking Program Helps Stroke Survivors Get On With Life
    (07-Mar-2013)
    Jamaican study eased people back into walking alone without fear

  • Football Injuries May Trigger Harmful Immune System Response
    (06-Mar-2013)
    Study finds that even blows that don't cause concussions could lead to later problems

  • Heart-Healthy Habits in Childhood May Prevent Future Disease
    (04-Mar-2013)
    Keys are better food choices, more physical activity and no secondhand smoke, doctor says

  • Exercise Leads to Better Sleep: Poll
    (04-Mar-2013)
    For inactive people, even a short walk can help, says expert

  • Resilient Personality May Bring Better Aerobic Health
    (01-Mar-2013)
    But nicer doesn't necessarily equal healthier, research contends

  • Resilient Personality May Bring Better Aerobic Health
    (01-Mar-2013)
    But nicer doesn't necessarily equal healthier, research contends

  • Resilient Personality May Bring Better Aerobic Health
    (01-Mar-2013)
    But nicer doesn't necessarily equal healthier, research contends

  • Resilient Personality May Bring Better Aerobic Health
    (01-Mar-2013)
    But nicer doesn't necessarily equal healthier, research contends

  • When Kids Exercise More, Their Grades Might Rise Too
    (28-Feb-2013)
    Study of young students questions value of phasing out PE in public schools

  • Too Much Sitting Could Court Diabetes, Study Finds
    (28-Feb-2013)
    There was an effect on blood sugar, other factors even when exercise was factored in

  • Sibling's Death May Boost Your Own Risk of Dying From Heart Attack: Study
    (27-Feb-2013)
    Stress, unhealthy coping methods can follow after losing a brother or sister

  • Health Tip: Work Out at the Right Speed for You
    (26-Feb-2013)
    How to tell if you're overdoing it

  • Health Tip: Work Out at the Right Speed for You
    (26-Feb-2013)
    How to tell if you're overdoing it

  • Obesity, Exercise May Affect Risk for Key Type of Colon Cancer
    (26-Feb-2013)
    Finding could spur doctors to strongly recommend physical activity to vulnerable patients

  • Soccer Kicks Up Activity Level of Overweight Kids: Study
    (26-Feb-2013)
    After-school program got the heaviest children moving more

  • Health Tip: Work Out at the Right Speed for You
    (26-Feb-2013)
    How to tell if you're overdoing it

  • Health Tip: Work Out at the Right Speed for You
    (26-Feb-2013)
    How to tell if you're overdoing it

  • Health Tip: Work Out at the Right Speed for You
    (26-Feb-2013)
    How to tell if you're overdoing it

  • Soccer Kicks Up Activity Level of Overweight Kids: Study
    (26-Feb-2013)
    After-school program got the heaviest children moving more

  • Health Tip: Work Out at the Right Speed for You
    (26-Feb-2013)
    How to tell if you're overdoing it

  • Poll: Many Americans Don't See Their Kids as Overweight
    (25-Feb-2013)
    But national statistics contend that there's an obesity epidemic among children

  • Exercise Safety Tips for People With Heart Disease
    (23-Feb-2013)
    Start by talking to your doctor, experts advise

  • New Soccer Goal: Lowering Blood Pressure
    (22-Feb-2013)
    Adults who play regularly may reduce hypertension, study finds

  • Thigh Fat May Slow Down Seniors
    (22-Feb-2013)
    Decrease in walking speed predicts decline in mobility, researchers say

  • Thigh Fat May Slow Down Seniors
    (22-Feb-2013)
    Decrease in walking speed predicts decline in mobility, researchers say

  • New Soccer Goal: Lowering Blood Pressure
    (22-Feb-2013)
    Adults who play regularly may reduce hypertension, study finds

  • Thigh Fat May Slow Down Seniors
    (22-Feb-2013)
    Decrease in walking speed predicts decline in mobility, researchers say

  • U.S. Kids Consuming Fewer Calories, Report Finds
    (21-Feb-2013)
    Experts credit healthier fare at schools, information campaigns for the turnaround

  • Injuries Rising Among Young Dancers
    (19-Feb-2013)
    Sprains, falls most common, study found

  • Cold and Flu Sufferers Should Ease Back Into Fitness Routine
    (19-Feb-2013)
    Toned-down workout advised; vigorous exercise too soon can have negative impact, expert cautions

  • Cold and Flu Sufferers Should Ease Back Into Fitness Routine
    (19-Feb-2013)
    Toned-down workout advised; vigorous exercise too soon can have negative impact, expert cautions

  • Injuries Rising Among Young Dancers
    (19-Feb-2013)
    Sprains, falls most common, study found

  • North American Shark Attacks Hit Decade High
    (18-Feb-2013)
    Expert says figures in line with human population rise, not cause for alarm

  • Exercise May Stave Off Depression in Severely Obese
    (18-Feb-2013)
    Study found as little as 8 minutes of daily activity helped patients scheduled for weight-loss surgery

  • North American Shark Attacks Hit Decade High
    (18-Feb-2013)
    Expert says figures in line with human population rise, not cause for alarm

  • North American Shark Attacks Hit Decade High
    (18-Feb-2013)
    Expert says figures in line with human population rise, not cause for alarm

  • Exercise May Stave Off Depression in Severely Obese
    (18-Feb-2013)
    Study found as little as 8 minutes of daily activity helped patients scheduled for weight-loss surgery

  • Fitness Experts Dispel Common Exercise Myths
    (17-Feb-2013)
    Sad to say, walking doesn't really burn as many calories as running

  • Fitness Experts Dispel Common Exercise Myths
    (17-Feb-2013)
    Sad to say, walking doesn't really burn as many calories as running

  • Fitness Experts Dispel Common Exercise Myths
    (17-Feb-2013)
    Sad to say, walking doesn't really burn as many calories as running

  • Fitness Experts Dispel Common Exercise Myths
    (17-Feb-2013)
    Sad to say, walking doesn't really burn as many calories as running

  • Fitness Experts Dispel Common Exercise Myths
    (17-Feb-2013)
    Sad to say, walking doesn't really burn as many calories as running

  • Many Skiers Who Tear ACLs Can Avoid Surgery, Expert Says
    (16-Feb-2013)
    Identifying those patients cuts health costs, recovery time

  • Many Skiers Who Tear ACLs Can Avoid Surgery, Expert Says
    (16-Feb-2013)
    Identifying those patients cuts health costs, recovery time

  • Many Skiers Who Tear ACLs Can Avoid Surgery, Expert Says
    (16-Feb-2013)
    Identifying those patients cuts health costs, recovery time

  • Water-Tubing Injuries on the Rise
    (15-Feb-2013)
    Kids more likely to land in ER with head injuries, adults with sprains and strains

  • Water-Tubing Injuries on the Rise
    (15-Feb-2013)
    Kids more likely to land in ER with head injuries, adults with sprains and strains

  • Health Tip: After You Run a Marathon
    (14-Feb-2013)
    Cool down gradually

  • Health Tip: Using a Stability Ball
    (13-Feb-2013)
    It can help improve muscle strength and coordination

  • Kids With Knee ACL Injuries Require Special Care
    (13-Feb-2013)
    Researchers say ligament injury, once rare in youngsters, is rising with sports training intensity

  • Benefits of Exercise on Prostate Cancer Risk May Vary by Race
    (11-Feb-2013)
    Workouts seem to help white men, but not black men, study finds

  • Everyday Activities May Have Same Health Benefits as Going to Gym
    (10-Feb-2013)
    Study finds that more people who did short bouts of exercise met federal activity standards than those who went to gym

  • Everyday Activities May Have Same Health Benefits as Going to Gym
    (10-Feb-2013)
    Study finds that more people who did short bouts of exercise met federal activity standards than those who went to gym

  • Everyday Activities May Have Same Health Benefits as Going to Gym
    (10-Feb-2013)
    Study finds that more people who did short bouts of exercise met federal activity standards than those who went to gym

  • Everyday Activities May Have Same Health Benefits as Going to Gym
    (10-Feb-2013)
    Study finds that more people who did short bouts of exercise met federal activity standards than those who went to gym

  • Stars Strut in Red to Bring Awareness to Women's Heart Health
    (07-Feb-2013)
    Annual celebrity-studded fashion show reminds women heart disease is their No. 1 killer

  • Health Tip: Keep Active by Walking
    (06-Feb-2013)
    Even if you're overweight

  • Too Much TV Tied to Lower Sperm Count in Young Men
    (05-Feb-2013)
    But exercising may boost sperm count, study also suggests

  • Steroid Shots for Tennis Elbow Miss the Mark: Study
    (05-Feb-2013)
    After a year, those who got injections were in worse shape than those who got a placebo

  • Steroid Shots for Tennis Elbow Miss the Mark: Study
    (05-Feb-2013)
    After a year, those who got injections were in worse shape than those who got a placebo

  • Steroid Shots for Tennis Elbow Miss the Mark: Study
    (05-Feb-2013)
    After a year, those who got injections were in worse shape than those who got a placebo

  • Drug May Make Walking Easier for People With Artery Disease
    (05-Feb-2013)
    The improvements were relatively small but significant, researchers say

  • Exercising at Midlife May Stave Off Dementia Down the Road
    (04-Feb-2013)
    Working out in your 40s could pay off in your 70s and beyond, study suggests

  • Boomers' Health Fails to Measure Up to Parents'
    (04-Feb-2013)
    Study finds higher rates of chronic disease, disability and lower self-rated health

  • Exercising at Midlife May Stave Off Dementia Down the Road
    (04-Feb-2013)
    Working out in your 40s could pay off in your 70s and beyond, study suggests

  • Exercising at Midlife May Stave Off Dementia Down the Road
    (04-Feb-2013)
    Working out in your 40s could pay off in your 70s and beyond, study suggests

  • On Game Day, Sometimes Winning Isn't Everything
    (03-Feb-2013)
    Study finds fans love a close contest with clearly defined good guys and bad guys

  • Friday Is 'National Wear Red Day' for Women's Heart Health
    (01-Feb-2013)
    Annual event urges Americans to don red to spread awareness of the No. 1 killer

  • Yoga May Help With Common Heart Rhythm Disorder
    (30-Jan-2013)
    Small study found it reduced episodes of dizziness, shortness of breath for patients with atrial fibrillation

  • Obese Women With Diabetes May Need Different Workouts Than Men
    (28-Jan-2013)
    Small study found specific exercise program did less to improve their health

  • Obese Women With Diabetes May Need Different Workouts Than Men
    (28-Jan-2013)
    Small study found specific exercise program did less to improve their health

  • First-Ever Guidelines Issued for Treating Type 2 Diabetes in Kids
    (28-Jan-2013)
    Experts say rising obesity makes condition much more common in children

  • Obese Women With Diabetes May Need Different Workouts Than Men
    (28-Jan-2013)
    Small study found specific exercise program did less to improve their health

  • Obese Women With Diabetes May Need Different Workouts Than Men
    (28-Jan-2013)
    Small study found specific exercise program did less to improve their health

  • Checklist for Winter Sports Safety
    (27-Jan-2013)
    Conditioning, appropriate gear are two essentials, expert says

  • Checklist for Winter Sports Safety
    (27-Jan-2013)
    Conditioning, appropriate gear are two essentials, expert says

  • Checklist for Winter Sports Safety
    (27-Jan-2013)
    Conditioning, appropriate gear are two essentials, expert says

  • Checklist for Winter Sports Safety
    (27-Jan-2013)
    Conditioning, appropriate gear are two essentials, expert says

  • Health Tip: Care for Your Mouthguard
    (25-Jan-2013)
    Brush it with toothpaste

  • Too Much Sitting May Lower Odds of Surviving Colon Cancer
    (23-Jan-2013)
    Study also found that staying active reduced the risk of dying

  • Health Tip: Get Fit During Your Commute
    (23-Jan-2013)
    Use the time to exercise

  • Too Much Sitting May Lower Odds of Surviving Colon Cancer
    (23-Jan-2013)
    Study also found that staying active reduced the risk of dying

  • Health Tip: Get Fit During Your Commute
    (23-Jan-2013)
    Use the time to exercise

  • Too Much Sitting May Lower Odds of Surviving Colon Cancer
    (23-Jan-2013)
    Study also found that staying active reduced the risk of dying

  • Too Much Sitting May Lower Odds of Surviving Colon Cancer
    (23-Jan-2013)
    Study also found that staying active reduced the risk of dying

  • Playing for Fun May Reduce Young Athletes' Injuries
    (22-Jan-2013)
    Fewer kids hurt who play pick-up games, multiple sports, study says

  • One Path to Fitter Kids: More P.E. at School
    (22-Jan-2013)
    Study finds that reinstating daily classes would fulfill 1/3rd of U.S. goals for kids' exercise

  • Got the Flu? Rest First, Exercise Later, Experts Say
    (22-Jan-2013)
    Sick athletes should put off vigorous workouts

  • One Path to Fitter Kids: More P.E. at School
    (22-Jan-2013)
    Study finds that reinstating daily classes would fulfill 1/3rd of U.S. goals for kids' exercise

  • Playing for Fun May Reduce Young Athletes' Injuries
    (22-Jan-2013)
    Fewer kids hurt who play pick-up games, multiple sports, study says

  • Got the Flu? Rest First, Exercise Later, Experts Say
    (22-Jan-2013)
    Sick athletes should put off vigorous workouts

  • Playing for Fun May Reduce Young Athletes' Injuries
    (22-Jan-2013)
    Fewer kids hurt who play pick-up games, multiple sports, study says

  • Winter Sports Safety: Preparation Is Key
    (20-Jan-2013)
    Orthopedic surgeons offer tips for cold-weather workouts

  • Winter Sports Safety: Preparation Is Key
    (20-Jan-2013)
    Orthopedic surgeons offer tips for cold-weather workouts

  • Hockey Rule Changes Could Cut Player Aggression, Injuries
    (18-Jan-2013)
    Evidence review looked at effects of league safety regulations

  • Hockey Rule Changes Could Cut Player Aggression, Injuries
    (18-Jan-2013)
    Evidence review looked at effects of league safety regulations

  • Hockey Rule Changes Could Cut Player Aggression, Injuries
    (18-Jan-2013)
    Evidence review looked at effects of league safety regulations

  • Childhood Obesity Rates Drop in New York City, Los Angeles: Study
    (17-Jan-2013)
    State programs promoting healthy lifestyles work, but it takes time before results are seen, researchers say

  • Weight Gain a Risk After Knee Replacement, Study Finds
    (17-Jan-2013)
    Many patients continue to avoid activity that caused pain before the surgery, researcher says

  • Multiple Concussions Could Up Depression Risk in Former NFL Players
    (16-Jan-2013)
    Small studies found more psychological symptoms, brain changes in older ex-athletes with head trauma

  • Health Tip: If You're Always Tired
    (15-Jan-2013)
    Try to exercise anyway

  • Texting Could Help Spread the Word on Teen Health
    (15-Jan-2013)
    Study takes advantage of technology to educate kids on nutrition, fitness

  • Texting Could Help Spread the Word on Teen Health
    (15-Jan-2013)
    Study takes advantage of technology to educate kids on nutrition, fitness

  • Health Tip: Exercising After Baby is Born
    (14-Jan-2013)
    Take it slow

  • U.S. Launches Extensive Alzheimer's Studies
    (14-Jan-2013)
    5-year, $55 million effort will look at exercise, drug treatment as therapies for early disease

  • Snowboarding Tops List of Winter-Sports Injuries
    (13-Jan-2013)
    But orthopedic surgeon says deadliest activity is 'skitching'

  • Snowboarding Tops List of Winter-Sports Injuries
    (13-Jan-2013)
    But orthopedic surgeon says deadliest activity is 'skitching'

  • Snowboarding Tops List of Winter-Sports Injuries
    (13-Jan-2013)
    But orthopedic surgeon says deadliest activity is 'skitching'

  • Snowboarding Tops List of Winter-Sports Injuries
    (13-Jan-2013)
    But orthopedic surgeon says deadliest activity is 'skitching'

  • Snowboarding Tops List of Winter-Sports Injuries
    (13-Jan-2013)
    But orthopedic surgeon says deadliest activity is 'skitching'

  • Phys Ed Requirements Disappearing at 4-Year Colleges
    (11-Jan-2013)
    Some students avoid alternatives such as fitness centers, researcher says

  • Phys Ed Requirements Disappearing at 4-Year Colleges
    (11-Jan-2013)
    Some students avoid alternatives such as fitness centers, researcher says

  • Phys Ed Requirements Disappearing at 4-Year Colleges
    (11-Jan-2013)
    Some students avoid alternatives such as fitness centers, researcher says

  • NFL's Seau Had Brain Trauma at Time of Suicide, Report Finds
    (10-Jan-2013)
    Not the first pro football player with chronic traumatic encephalopathy to kill himself, neurologist notes

  • Active Video Games May Boost Fitness in Younger Students
    (09-Jan-2013)
    Study of inner-city school found traditional gym class more effective for older kids

  • Active Video Games May Boost Fitness in Younger Students
    (09-Jan-2013)
    Study of inner-city school found traditional gym class more effective for older kids

  • Active Video Games May Boost Fitness in Younger Students
    (09-Jan-2013)
    Study of inner-city school found traditional gym class more effective for older kids

  • Keeping Cold-Weather Exercise Fresh, Not Frozen
    (08-Jan-2013)
    When the going gets cold, the cold get going, experts say

  • Keeping Cold-Weather Exercise Fresh, Not Frozen
    (08-Jan-2013)
    When the going gets cold, the cold get going, experts say

  • Keeping Fit May Boost Survival With Endometrial Cancer
    (08-Jan-2013)
    Study found higher death risk for those who were overweight, physically inactive

  • Keeping Cold-Weather Exercise Fresh, Not Frozen
    (08-Jan-2013)
    When the going gets cold, the cold get going, experts say

  • Keeping Fit May Boost Survival With Endometrial Cancer
    (08-Jan-2013)
    Study found higher death risk for those who were overweight, physically inactive

  • Keeping Cold-Weather Exercise Fresh, Not Frozen
    (08-Jan-2013)
    When the going gets cold, the cold get going, experts say

  • Brain Changes Found in Small Study of Former NFL Players
    (07-Jan-2013)
    White matter damage could be at the root of mental deficits among retired players, researcher says

  • Better Work Environment May Cut Hospital Readmission Rates
    (03-Jan-2013)
    Cost of hiring more nurses could be offset by improved patient outcomes, researcher says

  • Weight-Lifting May Boost Heart Health in Black Men: Study
    (03-Jan-2013)
    Resistance training linked to positive cardiovascular effects, but same impact not seen in whites

  • Weight-Lifting May Boost Heart Health in Black Men: Study
    (03-Jan-2013)
    Resistance training linked to positive cardiovascular effects, but same impact not seen in whites

  • Weight-Lifting May Boost Heart Health in Black Men: Study
    (03-Jan-2013)
    Resistance training linked to positive cardiovascular effects, but same impact not seen in whites

  • Second Hit Leaves Young Football Player in Wheelchair
    (02-Jan-2013)
    Case study highlights dangers of 'second impact syndrome'

  • Study Sheds Light on Evolution of Tree-Dwelling Humans
    (02-Jan-2013)
    Lucy, a member of a prehistoric primate species, likely lived both in trees and on the ground

  • Don't Cut School Recess, Pediatricians Say
    (31-Dec-2012)
    It helps kids' overall development and gives them a chance to decompress

  • Don't Cut School Recess, Pediatricians Say
    (31-Dec-2012)
    It helps kids' overall development and gives them a chance to decompress

  • Lifestyle Changes Key to Weight Loss in New Year
    (30-Dec-2012)
    Small steps can help people finally achieve that elusive resolution, expert says

  • Debate Heats Up Over Screening Athletes for Sickle Cell Trait
    (28-Dec-2012)
    NCAA mandates such a test, but medical group urges a different option

  • Sickle Cell Disease, Sickle Cell Trait Are Not the Same
    (28-Dec-2012)

  • Tips on Coping With Grief During Holidays
    (27-Dec-2012)
    Some comfort can be found for the recently bereaved, expert says

  • Your New Weight-Loss Resolution: Drive Less
    (27-Dec-2012)
    Study suggests you'll cut pounds while saving gasoline

  • Today's U.S. Soldiers Fitter Than Decades Ago: Report
    (26-Dec-2012)
    However, study found those serving in Afghanistan, Iraq still had beginnings of heart disease

  • Health Tip: Avoid Beginners' Workout Injuries
    (24-Dec-2012)
    Start slow after checking with your doctor

  • Heart Health Worst in the South, Best in Northeast
    (19-Dec-2012)
    In large U.S. survey, Oklahoma ranked lowest while Washington, D.C., ranked highest

  • Heart Health Worst in the South, Best in Northeast
    (19-Dec-2012)
    In large U.S. survey, Oklahoma ranked lowest while Washington, D.C., ranked highest

  • Intensive Lifestyle Changes Keep Type 2 Diabetes at Bay
    (18-Dec-2012)
    Weight loss, exercise brought remission to few and better health to many more

  • Pricier, Intensive Whiplash Treatment May Not Pay Off: Study
    (18-Dec-2012)
    British research found no improvement in recovery when 'active management' was used

  • Aerobic Exercise Seems Best for Weight, Fat Loss
    (17-Dec-2012)
    Researchers compared it to resistance training, found it more effective

  • Hair Concerns May Discourage Exercise for Some Black Women
    (17-Dec-2012)
    Survey found issues ranged from desire to maintain hairdos to scalp and breakage problems

  • Hair Concerns May Discourage Exercise for Some Black Women
    (17-Dec-2012)
    Survey found issues ranged from desire to maintain hairdos to scalp and breakage problems

  • Hair Concerns May Discourage Exercise for Some Black Women
    (17-Dec-2012)
    Survey found issues ranged from desire to maintain hairdos to scalp and breakage problems

  • Aerobic Exercise Seems Best for Weight, Fat Loss
    (17-Dec-2012)
    Researchers compared it to resistance training, found it more effective

  • Hair Concerns May Discourage Exercise for Some Black Women
    (17-Dec-2012)
    Survey found issues ranged from desire to maintain hairdos to scalp and breakage problems

  • Winter Weather, Snow Shoveling Pose Heart Risks
    (16-Dec-2012)
    Expert gives tips for cold-weather heart health

  • Winter Weather, Snow Shoveling Pose Heart Risks
    (16-Dec-2012)
    Expert gives tips for cold-weather heart health

  • Olympic Medalists May Also Claim 'Survival Advantage'
    (14-Dec-2012)
    Both low- and high-impact sports add years to life, studies find

  • Health Tip: Balance Holiday Buffets With More Exercise
    (14-Dec-2012)
    Take the stairs, not the elevator

  • Study Questions Advice Given to Obese Pregnant Women
    (14-Dec-2012)
    Clinicians tell them to put on too many pounds, get too little activity, small study finds

  • Olympic Medalists May Also Claim 'Survival Advantage'
    (14-Dec-2012)
    Both low- and high-impact sports add years to life, studies find

  • Olympic Medalists May Also Claim 'Survival Advantage'
    (14-Dec-2012)
    Both low- and high-impact sports add years to life, studies find

  • Olympic Medalists May Also Claim 'Survival Advantage'
    (14-Dec-2012)
    Both low- and high-impact sports add years to life, studies find

  • Olympic Medalists May Also Claim 'Survival Advantage'
    (14-Dec-2012)
    Both low- and high-impact sports add years to life, studies find

  • Olympic Medalists May Also Claim 'Survival Advantage'
    (14-Dec-2012)
    Both low- and high-impact sports add years to life, studies find

  • How Well Do You Rise From Sitting on the Floor?
    (13-Dec-2012)
    Ability to do this simple task may predict risk of dying, study suggests

  • How Well Do You Rise From Sitting on the Floor?
    (13-Dec-2012)
    Ability to do this simple task may predict risk of dying, study suggests

  • U.S. Lifestyles Thwarting Heart Health Progress: Report
    (12-Dec-2012)
    While there's been improvement, Americans still need to get off the couch and eat right

  • U.S. Lifestyles Thwarting Heart Health Progress: Report
    (12-Dec-2012)
    While there's been improvement, Americans still need to get off the couch and eat right

  • U.S. Lifestyles Thwarting Heart Health Progress: Report
    (12-Dec-2012)
    While there's been improvement, Americans still need to get off the couch and eat right

  • Regular Exercise May Add Years to Life, Study Finds
    (11-Dec-2012)
    Biggest boost was seen in black women; effect didn't hold for Hispanics, for reasons unclear

  • No Proof That 'Doping' With EPO Gives Athletes an Edge: Review
    (07-Dec-2012)
    Using the so-called 'performance-enhancing' hormone can harm health, experts warn

  • Health Tip: Stay Active After a Heart Attack
    (05-Dec-2012)
    But discuss with your doctor first

  • Fractures Take High Toll on High School Athletes
    (04-Dec-2012)
    Study found most of these injuries from boys' contact sports, girls' lacrosse

  • Fractures Take High Toll on High School Athletes
    (04-Dec-2012)
    Study found most of these injuries from boys' contact sports, girls' lacrosse

  • Fractures Take High Toll on High School Athletes
    (04-Dec-2012)
    Study found most of these injuries from boys' contact sports, girls' lacrosse

  • Fractures Take High Toll on High School Athletes
    (04-Dec-2012)
    Study found most of these injuries from boys' contact sports, girls' lacrosse

  • Fractures Take High Toll on High School Athletes
    (04-Dec-2012)
    Study found most of these injuries from boys' contact sports, girls' lacrosse

  • Despite FDA Warning, Sports Supplements Still Available Online: Study
    (03-Dec-2012)
    Safety issues remain for 16 cited products, researcher says

  • Despite FDA Warning, Sports Supplements Still Available Online: Study
    (03-Dec-2012)
    Safety issues remain for 16 cited products, researcher says

  • Helmets Do Save Lives on the Slopes, Research Shows
    (02-Dec-2012)
    Fewer and less severe injuries seen in those wearing head protection, study review finds

  • Helmets Do Save Lives on the Slopes, Research Shows
    (02-Dec-2012)
    Fewer and less severe injuries seen in those wearing head protection, study review finds

  • Helmets Do Save Lives on the Slopes, Research Shows
    (02-Dec-2012)
    Fewer and less severe injuries seen in those wearing head protection, study review finds

  • To Get More Fit, Find a Stronger Workout Partner
    (30-Nov-2012)
    Study shows even a virtual one can spur you to exercise longer

  • Even Women Who Exercise Sit Too Much
    (30-Nov-2012)
    Study finds that people sit more hours a day than they sleep, raising the risk of chronic health conditions

  • Study: Cystic Fibrosis Patients Struggle to Exercise
    (30-Nov-2012)
    But it is poor blood vessel function, not weakened lungs, that causes fatigue, researchers report

  • To Get More Fit, Find a Stronger Workout Partner
    (30-Nov-2012)
    Study shows even a virtual one can spur you to exercise longer

  • Even Women Who Exercise Sit Too Much
    (30-Nov-2012)
    Study finds that people sit more hours a day than they sleep, raising the risk of chronic health conditions

  • To Get More Fit, Find a Stronger Workout Partner
    (30-Nov-2012)
    Study shows even a virtual one can spur you to exercise longer

  • Even Women Who Exercise Sit Too Much
    (30-Nov-2012)
    Study finds that people sit more hours a day than they sleep, raising the risk of chronic health conditions

  • Climbers With Altitude Sickness Show Signs of Brain Bleeds Years Later
    (29-Nov-2012)
    Mountaineers who've had the illness should gradually prepare for rising elevations, researchers say

  • Climbers With Altitude Sickness Show Signs of Brain Bleeds Years Later
    (29-Nov-2012)
    Mountaineers who've had the illness should gradually prepare for rising elevations, researchers say

  • Climbers With Altitude Sickness Show Signs of Brain Bleeds Years Later
    (29-Nov-2012)
    Mountaineers who've had the illness should gradually prepare for rising elevations, researchers say

  • Statins Plus Exercise Best at Lowering Cholesterol, Study Finds
    (28-Nov-2012)
    Moderate exercise reduced death risk even without drugs, but not as much

  • Statins Plus Exercise Best at Lowering Cholesterol, Study Finds
    (28-Nov-2012)
    Moderate exercise reduced death risk even without drugs, but not as much

  • Statins Plus Exercise Best at Lowering Cholesterol, Study Finds
    (28-Nov-2012)
    Moderate exercise reduced death risk even without drugs, but not as much

  • Cardiac Screening for All Young Athletes Carries Big Price Tag: Study
    (26-Nov-2012)
    More than $10 million to save one life in U.S., but critic asks why it needs to cost so much

  • Alzheimer's May Progress Differently in Women, Men
    (26-Nov-2012)
    Study found variations in brain matter loss, early mental decline

  • Alzheimer's May Progress Differently in Women, Men
    (26-Nov-2012)
    Study found variations in brain matter loss, early mental decline

  • Too Much or Too Little Activity Can Spur Knee Problems
    (26-Nov-2012)
    High-impact exercise linked to cartilage deterioration, osteoarthritis, researchers say

  • Injuries Skyrocket From Inflatable Bounce Houses: Study
    (26-Nov-2012)
    Dozens of kids treated daily on average in U.S. emergency rooms

  • Alzheimer's May Progress Differently in Women, Men
    (26-Nov-2012)
    Study found variations in brain matter loss, early mental decline

  • Cardiac Screening for All Young Athletes Carries Big Price Tag: Study
    (26-Nov-2012)
    More than $10 million to save one life in U.S., but critic asks why it needs to cost so much

  • Alzheimer's May Progress Differently in Women, Men
    (26-Nov-2012)
    Study found variations in brain matter loss, early mental decline

  • Cardiac Screening for All Young Athletes Carries Big Price Tag: Study
    (26-Nov-2012)
    More than $10 million to save one life in U.S., but critic asks why it needs to cost so much

  • Cardiac Screening for All Young Athletes Carries Big Price Tag: Study
    (26-Nov-2012)
    More than $10 million to save one life in U.S., but critic asks why it needs to cost so much

  • Cardiac Screening for All Young Athletes Carries Big Price Tag: Study
    (26-Nov-2012)
    More than $10 million to save one life in U.S., but critic asks why it needs to cost so much

  • Cardiac Screening for All Young Athletes Carries Big Price Tag: Study
    (26-Nov-2012)
    More than $10 million to save one life in U.S., but critic asks why it needs to cost so much

  • Cardiac Screening for All Young Athletes Carries Big Price Tag: Study
    (26-Nov-2012)
    More than $10 million to save one life in U.S., but critic asks why it needs to cost so much

  • Weak Muscles in Teen Years Linked to Early Death in Men
    (21-Nov-2012)
    Low strength levels in youth may raise risk as much as high blood pressure or being overweight, study suggests

  • Upbeat View on Old Age May Help Seniors Bounce Back From Disability
    (20-Nov-2012)
    Study found those with more optimistic outlooks had better recoveries

  • Muscle-Building Teens May Go to Extremes, Study Finds
    (19-Nov-2012)
    Desire for toned physique sometimes leads to harmful behaviors, research shows

  • Health Tip: Fuel Your Body for Resistance Training
    (19-Nov-2012)
    Eat enough whole grains, experts advise

  • Kick Off the Holiday Season With a Healthier Thanksgiving
    (17-Nov-2012)
    Staying active, eating breakfast and controlling portions can curb holiday calories

  • Health Tip: Protect Your Feet From Fungus
    (15-Nov-2012)
    Wash and dry your feet frequently

  • Health Tip: Seniors on the Move
    (15-Nov-2012)
    Be sure to warm up before walking

  • Regular Exercise May Help Seniors Stave Off Heart Failure
    (15-Nov-2012)
    Study found reduced levels of certain indicators for heart injury with moderate physical activity

  • Diabetes Prevention: Start Small, Experts Say
    (15-Nov-2012)
    Here are some simple ways to keep type 2 diabetes at bay

  • Health Tip: Seniors on the Move
    (15-Nov-2012)
    Be sure to warm up before walking

  • Regular Exercise May Help Seniors Stave Off Heart Failure
    (15-Nov-2012)
    Study found reduced levels of certain indicators for heart injury with moderate physical activity

  • Health Tip: Is Your Child Ready for a Tricycle?
    (14-Nov-2012)
    Generally not before age 3

  • Health Tip: Help Prevent Trampoline Injuries
    (13-Nov-2012)
    Don't allow rough play

  • Can Playing Soccer Lead to Brain Damage?
    (13-Nov-2012)
    Small study sees changes in white matter; parents shouldn't worry about their kids, experts say

  • Can Playing Soccer Lead to Brain Damage?
    (13-Nov-2012)
    Small study sees changes in white matter; parents shouldn't worry about their kids, experts say

  • Can Playing Soccer Lead to Brain Damage?
    (13-Nov-2012)
    Small study sees changes in white matter; parents shouldn't worry about their kids, experts say

  • Many Smokers Light Up With Kids in Car: Study
    (12-Nov-2012)
    Smoke-free campaigns should target parent drivers, researchers say

  • Genital Injuries Common But Preventable, Researchers Say
    (12-Nov-2012)
    Men more often hurt, with younger males tending to get injured on bikes, older males slipping in the tub

  • Health Tip: Get Fit This Fall
    (09-Nov-2012)
    Don't let that bulky sweater inhibit exercise

  • Exercise a Likely Tool for Parkinson's Patients
    (09-Nov-2012)
    Mobility improved with regular activity, study finds

  • Exercise a Likely Tool for Parkinson's Patients
    (09-Nov-2012)
    Mobility improved with regular activity, study finds

  • Too Much Sitting Linked to Fat Buildup Around the Heart
    (08-Nov-2012)
    And exercise didn't seem to lessen the effect, new study shows

  • Keep Moving to Ease Pain of Knee Arthritis: Review
    (06-Nov-2012)
    Researchers found aerobic, water exercise reduced pain, boosted function in patients

  • Losing Weight May Improve Sleep Quality
    (06-Nov-2012)
    Shedding pounds through diet alone or diet and exercise aided shuteye, researchers say

  • Keep Moving to Ease Pain of Knee Arthritis: Review
    (06-Nov-2012)
    Researchers found aerobic, water exercise reduced pain, boosted function in patients

  • Walk Your Way to a Longer Life, Study Says
    (06-Nov-2012)
    Physical activity after age 40 can increase life expectancy by up to 7 years, researchers find

  • Keep Moving to Ease Pain of Knee Arthritis: Review
    (06-Nov-2012)
    Researchers found aerobic, water exercise reduced pain, boosted function in patients

  • Keep Moving to Ease Pain of Knee Arthritis: Review
    (06-Nov-2012)
    Researchers found aerobic, water exercise reduced pain, boosted function in patients

  • Health Tip: Exercise Isn't Always Expensive
    (05-Nov-2012)
    Here are less costly options

  • Health Tip: Exercising With Diabetes
    (01-Nov-2012)
    First, get a doctor's ok

  • Obese Children Struggle With Joint Pain: Study
    (01-Nov-2012)
    Experts say vicious cycle of inactivity, poor diet set overweight kids up for arthritis as adults

  • With Diabetes, Boosting Exercise Should Be Done Safely
    (01-Nov-2012)
    Certain precautions can help reduce risk of dangerously low blood sugar, experts say

  • Physical Activity in Old Age May Protect Brain
    (01-Nov-2012)
    Dementia risk cut in those who walked, biked or did other exercise regularly, study says

  • Water Workouts a Great Alternative: Study
    (31-Oct-2012)
    Improve your fitness without straining your joints

  • Eating More Meals Linked to Less Student Overweight
    (30-Oct-2012)
    Tri-state study also adds to research on sodas, screen time and school sports

  • 'The Biggest Loser' May Sour Viewers on Exercise, Study Finds
    (30-Oct-2012)
    Expert says popular show is more daunting than motivating

  • Exercise and Weight Loss Give Brain a Boost, Study Finds
    (29-Oct-2012)
    Getting fit helped overweight, inactive adults sharpen their thinking skills, too

  • Exercise and Weight Loss Give Brain a Boost, Study Finds
    (29-Oct-2012)
    Getting fit helped overweight, inactive adults sharpen their thinking skills, too

  • Exercise and Weight Loss Give Brain a Boost, Study Finds
    (29-Oct-2012)
    Getting fit helped overweight, inactive adults sharpen their thinking skills, too

  • Exercise and Weight Loss Give Brain a Boost, Study Finds
    (29-Oct-2012)
    Getting fit helped overweight, inactive adults sharpen their thinking skills, too

  • Short Bursts of Intense Exercise Can Fight Weight Gain: Study
    (26-Oct-2012)
    Sprint-interval training burns up to 200 extra calories daily, researchers say

  • Right Amount of Exercise Can Boost Mental Health: Study
    (26-Oct-2012)
    But too much time spent working out can have psychological downside, experts warn

  • Short Bursts of Intense Exercise Can Fight Weight Gain: Study
    (26-Oct-2012)
    Sprint-interval training burns up to 200 extra calories daily, researchers say

  • Health Tip: Exercise for People Who Have Had Breast Cancer
    (25-Oct-2012)
    It helps them regain strength

  • Study IDs 4 Key Habits of Successful Aging
    (25-Oct-2012)
    Exercising, not smoking, moderate drinking, eating fruits and vegetables may help thwart chronic disease

  • Exercise Boosts School Performance for Kids With ADHD: Study
    (24-Oct-2012)
    20-minute activity sessions helped them focus on classwork

  • Exercise Boosts School Performance for Kids With ADHD: Study
    (24-Oct-2012)
    20-minute activity sessions helped them focus on classwork

  • Frailty Linked to Dementia in Oldest Adults
    (24-Oct-2012)
    Study participants were at least 90 years old

  • Cheerleading Needs Safety Guidelines, Pediatricians Say
    (22-Oct-2012)
    American Academy of Pediatrics says more complex stunting, acrobatics call for greater surveillance

  • Cheerleading Needs Safety Guidelines, Pediatricians Say
    (22-Oct-2012)
    American Academy of Pediatrics says more complex stunting, acrobatics call for greater surveillance

  • Lack of Sleep May Trip Up Student Athletes
    (22-Oct-2012)
    Less shuteye, higher grades linked to increased injuries in study

  • Exercise May Beat Socializing at Staving Off Brain Shrinkage
    (22-Oct-2012)
    Study also found physical activity more protective than mental stimulation

  • Many High School Football Players Ignore Signs of Concussion: Survey
    (22-Oct-2012)
    Although they're aware of the dangers, they say they don't want to be banned from playing

  • Cheerleading Needs Safety Guidelines, Pediatricians Say
    (22-Oct-2012)
    American Academy of Pediatrics says more complex stunting, acrobatics call for greater surveillance

  • Lack of Sleep May Trip Up Student Athletes
    (22-Oct-2012)
    Less shuteye, higher grades linked to increased injuries in study

  • Lance Armstrong Stripped of Tour de France Titles
    (22-Oct-2012)
    Doping scandal has already caused cyclist to step down as head of cancer charity

  • Exercise May Beat Socializing at Staving Off Brain Shrinkage
    (22-Oct-2012)
    Study also found physical activity more protective than mental stimulation

  • Health Tip: Encourage Your Family to Exercise
    (19-Oct-2012)
    They'll have more energy for fun activities

  • Exercise May Delay Early Aging of People With Diabetes
    (19-Oct-2012)
    Fitness training improves their cardiovascular health, preliminary study finds

  • Are Knee Injuries Tied to Menstrual Cycle?
    (19-Oct-2012)
    Researchers say monthly hormonal changes may contribute to ACL tears, chronic pain

  • Diet/Exercise Combo Best, 'Biggest Loser' Study Says
    (19-Oct-2012)
    20 minutes of exercise, 20 percent calorie cut would maintain weight loss, computer model predicts

  • Exercise May Delay Early Aging of People With Diabetes
    (19-Oct-2012)
    Fitness training improves their cardiovascular health, preliminary study finds

  • Healthy Lifestyle Boosts Survival Odds for Older Women With Cancer
    (17-Oct-2012)
    Regular exercise had most significant benefit in study

  • Lance Armstrong Resigns as Chairman of Cancer Foundation
    (17-Oct-2012)
    Move comes after more allegations surfaced in bike-doping scandal

  • Cholesterol Levels Dropping in U.S. Adults, Mostly From Statin Use
    (16-Oct-2012)
    CDC study suggests fewer trans fats in diet may have also played a role

  • Study Shows Bicycle Helmets Save Lives
    (15-Oct-2012)
    For cyclists killed in crashes, head injury much more likely among non-helmet wearers

  • Health Tip: Beat Boredom
    (15-Oct-2012)
    Keep exercise fresh and fun

  • Study Shows Bicycle Helmets Save Lives
    (15-Oct-2012)
    For cyclists killed in crashes, head injury much more likely among non-helmet wearers

  • Sitting Can Harm Health, Even for Those Who Exercise
    (15-Oct-2012)
    Review of data finds too much chair time doubles odds for diabetes, heart disease and death

  • Health Tip: Exercising in Cold Weather
    (12-Oct-2012)
    Prevent loss of too much body heat

  • 'Believing' Propels Cancer Survivors to Exercise, Study Finds
    (12-Oct-2012)
    Experts suggest developing an activity schedule, signing a 'contract' with a supportive friend

  • Consistent Criteria for Sports Concussion Might Aid Diagnosis
    (12-Oct-2012)
    Relying on athletes' reported symptoms could miss serious head injuries, study suggests

  • Consistent Criteria for Sports Concussion Might Aid Diagnosis
    (12-Oct-2012)
    Relying on athletes' reported symptoms could miss serious head injuries, study suggests

  • Consistent Criteria for Sports Concussion Might Aid Diagnosis
    (12-Oct-2012)
    Relying on athletes' reported symptoms could miss serious head injuries, study suggests

  • Health Tip: Choosing the Right Running Shoes
    (12-Oct-2012)
    Consider your arches

  • Parents May Be Taking Concussion Symptoms Too Lightly: Survey
    (12-Oct-2012)
    Many don't seek medical evaluation for children or themselves after head injuries

  • Consistent Criteria for Sports Concussion Might Aid Diagnosis
    (12-Oct-2012)
    Relying on athletes' reported symptoms could miss serious head injuries, study suggests

  • Healthy Lungs May Keep Brain Running Smoothly
    (11-Oct-2012)
    Swedish study found link between problem-solving ability, lung function

  • As Armstrong Case Unfolds, Experts Describe Doping's Harms
    (11-Oct-2012)
    Heart disease, liver disease and behavior problems are among possible health consequences

  • Healthy Lungs May Keep Brain Running Smoothly
    (11-Oct-2012)
    Swedish study found link between problem-solving ability, lung function

  • Diet, Exercise May Boost 'Good' Cholesterol, Study Suggests
    (11-Oct-2012)
    Benefits of lifestyle changes go beyond weight loss for diabetes patients, researcher says

  • As Armstrong Case Unfolds, Experts Describe Doping's Harms
    (11-Oct-2012)
    Heart disease, liver disease and behavior problems are among possible health consequences

  • Diet, Exercise May Boost 'Good' Cholesterol, Study Suggests
    (11-Oct-2012)
    Benefits of lifestyle changes go beyond weight loss for diabetes patients, researcher says

  • As Armstrong Case Unfolds, Experts Describe Doping's Harms
    (11-Oct-2012)
    Heart disease, liver disease and behavior problems are among possible health consequences

  • U.S. Stroke Patients Are Getting Younger
    (10-Oct-2012)
    Study found rise in rates among adults aged 20 to 54

  • Kids With Hemophilia Should Be Active, But Avoid Risky Sports: Study
    (09-Oct-2012)
    Non-contact activities safest, allowing children to enjoy exercise, experts say

  • Kids With Hemophilia Should Be Active, But Avoid Risky Sports: Study
    (09-Oct-2012)
    Non-contact activities safest, allowing children to enjoy exercise, experts say

  • Kids With Hemophilia Should Be Active, But Avoid Risky Sports: Study
    (09-Oct-2012)
    Non-contact activities safest, allowing children to enjoy exercise, experts say

  • Walking for Heart Health? Speed It Up, Study Suggests
    (09-Oct-2012)
    Fast walking, jogging reduced disease warning signs, but daily stroll did not

  • Kids With Hemophilia Should Be Active, But Avoid Risky Sports: Study
    (09-Oct-2012)
    Non-contact activities safest, allowing children to enjoy exercise, experts say

  • Walking for Heart Health? Speed It Up, Study Suggests
    (09-Oct-2012)
    Fast walking, jogging reduced disease warning signs, but daily stroll did not

  • Kids With Hemophilia Should Be Active, But Avoid Risky Sports: Study
    (09-Oct-2012)
    Non-contact activities safest, allowing children to enjoy exercise, experts say

  • Even a Little Exercise Boosts Self-Esteem in Overweight Teens
    (07-Oct-2012)
    Study found mental health benefits from a couple hours of light-to-moderate activity each week

  • Even a Little Exercise Boosts Self-Esteem in Overweight Teens
    (07-Oct-2012)
    Study found mental health benefits from a couple hours of light-to-moderate activity each week

  • Clenched Hand May Prevent 'Choking' Under Pressure
    (05-Oct-2012)
    For right-handed athletes, squeezing left hand might cause automatic motor skills to kick in, study says

  • Health Tip: Reduce Your Risk of Falling
    (05-Oct-2012)
    Seniors should keep at least one hand free

  • Exercise Improves Effects of Stroke: Study
    (03-Oct-2012)
    The most significant gains involved attention, concentration, planning and organizing

  • Sitting for Hours Daily Might Boost Your Kidney Disease Risk: Study
    (03-Oct-2012)
    Exercise reduced effect in men, but not women

  • Exercise Improves Effects of Stroke: Study
    (03-Oct-2012)
    The most significant gains involved attention, concentration, planning and organizing

  • Sitting for Hours Daily Might Boost Your Kidney Disease Risk: Study
    (03-Oct-2012)
    Exercise reduced effect in men, but not women

  • Sitting for Hours Daily Might Boost Your Kidney Disease Risk: Study
    (03-Oct-2012)
    Exercise reduced effect in men, but not women

  • Sitting for Hours Daily Might Boost Your Kidney Disease Risk: Study
    (03-Oct-2012)
    Exercise reduced effect in men, but not women

  • Impact Tests Show Bike Helmets Protect Kids in Crashes
    (02-Oct-2012)
    Acceleration forces, effects of crush accidents were reduced

  • Diabetes Patients Should Have More Voice in Treatment: Experts
    (02-Oct-2012)
    New guidelines say individual, doctor and evidence must all contribute to decisions

  • Health Tip: Warm Up Before You Work Out
    (01-Oct-2012)
    Get your muscles ready for exercise

  • Health Tip: Gear Up for Safe Soccer
    (01-Oct-2012)
    Stay in shape to help prevent injury

  • Exercise Programs for Kids Seem to Have Little Impact: Study
    (28-Sep-2012)
    But other experts disagree and say more activity, not less, is needed

  • Obesity Now Puts Kids' Hearts at Risk Later
    (26-Sep-2012)
    Large review found increased blood pressure, cholesterol levels and other forerunners of disease

  • Health Tip: Exercise to Combat Stress
    (25-Sep-2012)
    It will help you feel better

  • Working Out Cuts Women's Appetite, Study Finds
    (25-Sep-2012)
    Regardless of weight, participants didn't consume more to 'make up' for calories burned

  • Working Out Cuts Women's Appetite, Study Finds
    (25-Sep-2012)
    Regardless of weight, participants didn't consume more to 'make up' for calories burned

  • Working Out Cuts Women's Appetite, Study Finds
    (25-Sep-2012)
    Regardless of weight, participants didn't consume more to 'make up' for calories burned

  • Active Video Games Have Exercise-Like Effects in Kids: Study
    (24-Sep-2012)
    Players' heart rates rose and they used more energy than with sedentary games

  • Doctors to Parents: No Trampolines
    (24-Sep-2012)
    Pediatricians reaffirm warnings, cite severe injuries to kids

  • Doctors to Parents: No Trampolines
    (24-Sep-2012)
    Pediatricians reaffirm warnings, cite severe injuries to kids

  • Health Tip: Kids on the Run
    (24-Sep-2012)
    Precautions before they begin

  • Doctors to Parents: No Trampolines
    (24-Sep-2012)
    Pediatricians reaffirm warnings, cite severe injuries to kids

  • Positive Outlook Boosts Likelihood of Healthier Lifestyle
    (22-Sep-2012)
    Better diet, fitness reported among those who feel in control of their destiny

  • Health Tip: Prevent Athlete's Foot
    (19-Sep-2012)
    Dry your feet carefully after bathing

  • Blacks Less Likely to Stick to High Blood Pressure Diet: Study
    (19-Sep-2012)
    But the good news is that the 'DASH' eating plan does help those who follow it

  • Aerobic Exercise Cuts Kids' Diabetes Risk: Study
    (18-Sep-2012)
    Just 20 minutes a day improved insulin resistance of overweight children

  • Exercise May Prevent Stress and Anxiety, Study Suggests
    (18-Sep-2012)
    Moderate physical activity can help people manage daily stressors, researchers say

  • Exercise May Prevent Stress and Anxiety, Study Suggests
    (18-Sep-2012)
    Moderate physical activity can help people manage daily stressors, researchers say

  • Aerobic Exercise Cuts Kids' Diabetes Risk: Study
    (18-Sep-2012)
    Just 20 minutes a day improved insulin resistance of overweight children

  • Exercise May Prevent Stress and Anxiety, Study Suggests
    (18-Sep-2012)
    Moderate physical activity can help people manage daily stressors, researchers say

  • At-Home Moms Cook, Shop, Play More With Kids: Study
    (16-Sep-2012)
    But working mothers can still take steps to make sure kids eat right, keep active, expert advises

  • Health Tip: Use a Stability Ball
    (13-Sep-2012)
    It can help improve core muscles

  • Knee, Hip Replacements Don't Help People Lose Weight: Study
    (13-Sep-2012)
    Evidence is inconclusive and may even point to weight gain, researchers say

  • Could Facebook Be Making You Fat?
    (13-Sep-2012)
    Time spent on social networking sites was time taken away from physical activity, study found

  • NFL Docs Urge More Caution With Key Pain Med
    (11-Sep-2012)
    Football players' use of ketorolac should be more closely monitored, task force says

  • NFL Docs Urge More Caution With Key Pain Med
    (11-Sep-2012)
    Football players' use of ketorolac should be more closely monitored, task force says

  • Health Tip: Straining a Hamstring
    (10-Sep-2012)
    Here are some risk factors

  • Exercise Does Boost Teens' Health, Study Finds
    (10-Sep-2012)
    Benefits include reductions in waist size, blood pressure, body mass

  • Put Traffic Safety on Back-to-School 'To-Do' List: Experts
    (09-Sep-2012)
    Kids, whether traveling by bus, bike, car or foot, should be taught how to avoid accidents

  • Water or Sports Drink?
    (09-Sep-2012)
    Plain old H2O is usually the better choice, expert says

  • Put Traffic Safety on Back-to-School 'To-Do' List: Experts
    (09-Sep-2012)
    Kids, whether traveling by bus, bike, car or foot, should be taught how to avoid accidents

  • Experts Offer Tips to Help Keep Fall Sports Injury Free
    (08-Sep-2012)
    Football, soccer, volleyball players urged to take proper safety measures

  • Experts Offer Tips to Help Keep Fall Sports Injury Free
    (08-Sep-2012)
    Football, soccer, volleyball players urged to take proper safety measures

  • Experts Offer Tips to Help Keep Fall Sports Injury Free
    (08-Sep-2012)
    Football, soccer, volleyball players urged to take proper safety measures

  • Experts Offer Tips to Help Keep Fall Sports Injury Free
    (08-Sep-2012)
    Football, soccer, volleyball players urged to take proper safety measures

  • Experts Offer Tips to Help Keep Fall Sports Injury Free
    (08-Sep-2012)
    Football, soccer, volleyball players urged to take proper safety measures

  • 'Magic' Carpet Could Help Shield Elderly From Falls
    (06-Sep-2012)
    Optical fibers map walking patterns, warn of potential dangers

  • Ex-NFL Players at Higher Risk for Alzheimer's, ALS: Study
    (05-Sep-2012)
    But study was small, and safety has improved over time, experts note

  • It's Possible to Be Obese and Heart-Healthy: Studies
    (05-Sep-2012)
    However, some experts contend that being 'fit and fat' is the exception, not the rule

  • Few Doctors Discuss Exercise With Cancer Patients: Study
    (02-Sep-2012)
    Daily activities by themselves are not enough, researcher says

  • Marathons Safe for Aging Boomers, Study Finds
    (01-Sep-2012)
    Signs of heart stress in 50-somethings resolved within a week, tests showed

  • Marathons Safe for Aging Boomers, Study Finds
    (01-Sep-2012)
    Signs of heart stress in 50-somethings resolved within a week, tests showed

  • Marathons Safe for Aging Boomers, Study Finds
    (01-Sep-2012)
    Signs of heart stress in 50-somethings resolved within a week, tests showed

  • Turning Off the Tube Linked to Healthier Weight in Teens
    (31-Aug-2012)
    Study that limited TV time for a year found that kids, but not adults, gained fewer pounds

  • Keeping Up a Healthy Lifestyle Pays Off in Added Years: Study
    (31-Aug-2012)
    Seniors who keep active and don't smoke live an average 5 years longer, researchers say

  • Survival More Likely With Exercise-Related Cardiac Arrest: Study
    (30-Aug-2012)
    Many benefitted from bystander CPR

  • Less Is More With Exercise, Study Says
    (29-Aug-2012)
    60-minute workout no better for weight loss than half-hour regimen

  • 4 Eating Habits May Help Older Women Maintain Weight Loss
    (28-Aug-2012)
    In 4-year study, those who kept pounds off decreased 3 food groups and increased fruits, vegetables

  • Health Tip: Help Keep Your Bones Healthy
    (27-Aug-2012)
    Exercise daily

  • Midlife Fitness May Mean Healthier Old Age, Study Finds
    (27-Aug-2012)
    Common conditions such as heart disease, diabetes, Alzheimer's less likely

  • Health Tip: Work Out in Water
    (24-Aug-2012)
    It's low impact, and can help you lose weight

  • Couch-Potato Kids Are Top U.S. Child Health Problem: Poll
    (24-Aug-2012)
    Obesity, tobacco use also ranked high among community concerns

  • Health Tip: Work Out in Water
    (24-Aug-2012)
    It's low impact, and can help you lose weight

  • Health Tip: Wanna Dance?
    (23-Aug-2012)
    It can bolster your heart and lungs

  • Modern Technology Adds to Worldwide Obesity Woes: Report
    (23-Aug-2012)
    As countries gain information and communication advances, populations pack on pounds, research shows

  • 40 Proven Strategies to Improve Public Health
    (21-Aug-2012)
    Affordable healthy foods, public smoking bans among the methods shown to work

  • 40 Proven Strategies to Improve Public Health
    (21-Aug-2012)
    Affordable healthy foods, public smoking bans among the methods shown to work

  • Black Belts' Punching Power Linked to Their Brain Structure
    (20-Aug-2012)
    Brain scans show how coordinated movements can boost strength of martial arts experts

  • Black Belts' Punching Power Linked to Their Brain Structure
    (20-Aug-2012)
    Brain scans show how coordinated movements can boost strength of martial arts experts

  • College Freshmen Urged to Keep Excess Pounds Away
    (19-Aug-2012)
    Dietitian says even small weight gain raises students' risk for chronic disease

  • Health Tip: Protect Kids With a Life Jacket
    (17-Aug-2012)
    Enforce these rules

  • Health Tip: Are You Overtraining?
    (16-Aug-2012)
    Performance decline is a primary symptom

  • Health Tip: Get Baby Moving
    (15-Aug-2012)
    Exercise is healthy, even for infants

  • A Few Hours of Weekly Exercise May Help Women's Bones
    (15-Aug-2012)
    Study found effect on proteins involved with bone growth in pre-menopausal women

  • More Evidence That Exercise in Middle Age Boosts Health
    (13-Aug-2012)
    Brisk walking, biking, even house and yard work can cut harmful inflammation, study finds

  • More Evidence That Exercise in Middle Age Boosts Health
    (13-Aug-2012)
    Brisk walking, biking, even house and yard work can cut harmful inflammation, study finds

  • Could Chocolate's Antioxidants Boost Brain Function?
    (13-Aug-2012)
    In small study, a flavanol-rich cocoa drink seemed to have an effect, but one expert is unconvinced

  • More Evidence That Exercise in Middle Age Boosts Health
    (13-Aug-2012)
    Brisk walking, biking, even house and yard work can cut harmful inflammation, study finds

  • Safety Eyewear Can Prevent Sports Injuries in Kids
    (12-Aug-2012)
    Back-to-school season can mean more eye injuries, expert warns

  • Expert Tips for Summer Sports Safety
    (11-Aug-2012)
    Warmer weather requires a few extra precautions for active adults, young athletes

  • Expert Tips for Summer Sports Safety
    (11-Aug-2012)
    Warmer weather requires a few extra precautions for active adults, young athletes

  • 'Exergames' Can Help Inactive Folks Get Moving: Study
    (10-Aug-2012)
    But active video gamers may not reach recommended levels of physical activity, researchers say

  • Workers Counseled on Back Pain Return to Job Sooner
    (09-Aug-2012)
    Study found reassurance, advice to stay active aided recovery

  • Too Much Travel May Be Tough on Olympians
    (08-Aug-2012)
    Study finds traveling across more than five time zones to compete raises chances of illness

  • Too Much Travel May Be Tough on Olympians
    (08-Aug-2012)
    Study finds traveling across more than five time zones to compete raises chances of illness

  • Health Tip: Diabetes Isn't a Ticket to Inactivity
    (08-Aug-2012)
    But discuss plans with your doctor before you exercise

  • Health Tip: Jumping Rope for Exercise
    (08-Aug-2012)
    Start on the right foot

  • Balance, Strength Training Reduce Falls for Elderly, Study Finds
    (08-Aug-2012)
    Researchers recommend incorporating these exercises into everyday activities

  • Too Much Travel May Be Tough on Olympians
    (08-Aug-2012)
    Study finds traveling across more than five time zones to compete raises chances of illness

  • Too Much Travel May Be Tough on Olympians
    (08-Aug-2012)
    Study finds traveling across more than five time zones to compete raises chances of illness

  • Too Much Travel May Be Tough on Olympians
    (08-Aug-2012)
    Study finds traveling across more than five time zones to compete raises chances of illness

  • Too Much Travel May Be Tough on Olympians
    (08-Aug-2012)
    Study finds traveling across more than five time zones to compete raises chances of illness

  • Too Much Travel May Be Tough on Olympians
    (08-Aug-2012)
    Study finds traveling across more than five time zones to compete raises chances of illness

  • Too Much Travel May Be Tough on Olympians
    (08-Aug-2012)
    Study finds traveling across more than five time zones to compete raises chances of illness

  • Too Much Travel May Be Tough on Olympians
    (08-Aug-2012)
    Study finds traveling across more than five time zones to compete raises chances of illness

  • Too Much Travel May Be Tough on Olympians
    (08-Aug-2012)
    Study finds traveling across more than five time zones to compete raises chances of illness

  • Too Much Travel May Be Tough on Olympians
    (08-Aug-2012)
    Study finds traveling across more than five time zones to compete raises chances of illness

  • More Americans Walking, But Still Not Enough, CDC Says
    (07-Aug-2012)
    Almost half of adults don't get enough exercise to improve their health: report

  • More Americans Walking, But Still Not Enough, CDC Says
    (07-Aug-2012)
    Almost half of adults don't get enough exercise to improve their health: report

  • More Americans Walking, But Still Not Enough, CDC Says
    (07-Aug-2012)
    Almost half of adults don't get enough exercise to improve their health: report

  • More Evidence That Exercise Helps Fight Diabetes
    (06-Aug-2012)
    Studies found staying active cut death risk in type 2 disease, which weight training helped prevent in men

  • More Evidence That Exercise Helps Fight Diabetes
    (06-Aug-2012)
    Studies found staying active cut death risk in type 2 disease, which weight training helped prevent in men

  • More Evidence That Exercise Helps Fight Diabetes
    (06-Aug-2012)
    Studies found staying active cut death risk in type 2 disease, which weight training helped prevent in men

  • More Evidence That Exercise Helps Fight Diabetes
    (06-Aug-2012)
    Studies found staying active cut death risk in type 2 disease, which weight training helped prevent in men

  • Exercise May Ease Depression Tied to Heart Failure
    (03-Aug-2012)
    One year of regular aerobic activity provided modest mental health benefits, study says

  • Race-Day Diet Can Make or Break a Competitive Cyclist
    (03-Aug-2012)
    HealthDay reporter describes nutrition regimen for grueling West Coast bike ride

  • Race-Day Diet Can Make or Break a Competitive Cyclist
    (03-Aug-2012)
    HealthDay reporter describes nutrition regimen for grueling West Coast bike ride

  • Exercise May Ease Depression Tied to Heart Failure
    (03-Aug-2012)
    One year of regular aerobic activity provided modest mental health benefits, study says

  • Race-Day Diet Can Make or Break a Competitive Cyclist
    (03-Aug-2012)
    HealthDay reporter describes nutrition regimen for grueling West Coast bike ride

  • Fitter Kids May Make Better Grades: Study
    (03-Aug-2012)
    Policymakers should realize the importance of phys-ed classes, researcher says

  • Exercise May Ease Depression Tied to Heart Failure
    (03-Aug-2012)
    One year of regular aerobic activity provided modest mental health benefits, study says

  • Race-Day Diet Can Make or Break a Competitive Cyclist
    (03-Aug-2012)
    HealthDay reporter describes nutrition regimen for grueling West Coast bike ride

  • Modest Weight Loss Can Reap Prolonged Health Benefits
    (02-Aug-2012)
    Study found reduced diabetes risk, even if weight returned

  • When Parents Get Active, So Do Kids: Study
    (02-Aug-2012)
    Weekends are ideal time to get moving as a family, researchers say

  • Asthma Common Among Olympic Athletes
    (02-Aug-2012)
    Chronic airway conditions affect 8 percent of the elite competitors, research shows

  • Asthma Common Among Olympic Athletes
    (02-Aug-2012)
    Chronic airway conditions affect 8 percent of the elite competitors, research shows

  • Health Tip: Hiking or Running on a Trail
    (31-Jul-2012)
    Don't go it alone

  • Health Tip: Hiking or Running on a Trail
    (31-Jul-2012)
    Don't go it alone

  • Health Tip: Hiking or Running on a Trail
    (31-Jul-2012)
    Don't go it alone

  • 'Obese' Label May Not Apply to Heavy Ex-NFL Players
    (30-Jul-2012)
    Standard BMI measurement doesn't account for muscle mass, overestimates obesity in athletes, study finds

  • Olympic-Class Athletes Abound in Animal Kingdom
    (28-Jul-2012)
    Cheetahs, antelopes, elephants outperform best human competitors, researcher says

  • Could Gene Doping Be Part of Future Olympics?
    (27-Jul-2012)
    Technology reaching the point where some might try to enhance their performance genetically, experts say

  • Could Gene Doping Be Part of Future Olympics?
    (27-Jul-2012)
    Technology reaching the point where some might try to enhance their performance genetically, experts say

  • Weight Control Can Cut Women's Diabetes Risk, Study Shows
    (27-Jul-2012)
    Exercise and healthy diet paid off regardless of race

  • The Care and Feeding of Olympic Athletes
    (27-Jul-2012)
    Right combination of food and fluid can be critical to success

  • Could Gene Doping Be Part of Future Olympics?
    (27-Jul-2012)
    Technology reaching the point where some might try to enhance their performance genetically, experts say

  • Could Gene Doping Be Part of Future Olympics?
    (27-Jul-2012)
    Technology reaching the point where some might try to enhance their performance genetically, experts say

  • The Care and Feeding of Olympic Athletes
    (27-Jul-2012)
    Right combination of food and fluid can be critical to success

  • Why Johnny Can't Run
    (26-Jul-2012)
    Most states fall short of recommended physical education guidelines, researchers say

  • Body Language of Triumph Will Be on Display at Olympics
    (26-Jul-2012)
    At the moment of victory, athletes raise their arms and grimace or yell, study shows

  • Yoga Might Help With Stroke Rehab
    (26-Jul-2012)
    Small study suggests the practice could enhance balance, activity levels

  • Health Tip: Dive Safely
    (25-Jul-2012)
    Never dive into above-ground pools

  • Health Tip: Work Out at the Right Intensity
    (25-Jul-2012)
    Guidelines for judging your activity

  • London Smog May Be Tough on Olympians
    (25-Jul-2012)
    Pollution can worsen symptoms associated with exercise-induced asthma, experts say

  • Nothing Natural About Dietary Supplement DMAA: Study
    (25-Jul-2012)
    Manufacturers falsely claim compound found in sports supplements is derived from geraniums, researchers say

  • London Smog May Be Tough on Olympians
    (25-Jul-2012)
    Pollution can worsen symptoms associated with exercise-induced asthma, experts say

  • Health Tip: Dive Safely
    (25-Jul-2012)
    Never dive into above-ground pools

  • Need to Get Walking More? Clip on a Pedometer
    (24-Jul-2012)
    Study found use of the device nearly doubled the time seniors spent strolling each week

  • Teaching Young Hockey Players to Body Check Doesn't Cut Injury Risk
    (24-Jul-2012)
    Learning to take a hit doesn't make children less likely to sustain injuries, study says

  • Teaching Young Hockey Players to Body Check Doesn't Cut Injury Risk
    (24-Jul-2012)
    Learning to take a hit doesn't make children less likely to sustain injuries, study says

  • Need to Get Walking More? Clip on a Pedometer
    (24-Jul-2012)
    Study found use of the device nearly doubled the time seniors spent strolling each week

  • Pre-Season Fitness Not a Factor in Collegiate Sports Injury Risk
    (23-Jul-2012)
    But gender, type of sport played are, Canadian researchers report

  • Health Tip: Do You Need a Day Off From Exercise?
    (23-Jul-2012)
    Some reasons why you should take a break

  • Many Teens With High Blood Pressure Don't Get Needed Tests
    (23-Jul-2012)
    Fewer than 1 in 4 receives recommended screening for kidney disease, organ damage, study finds

  • Pre-Season Fitness Not a Factor in Collegiate Sports Injury Risk
    (23-Jul-2012)
    But gender, type of sport played are, Canadian researchers report

  • Pre-Season Fitness Not a Factor in Collegiate Sports Injury Risk
    (23-Jul-2012)
    But gender, type of sport played are, Canadian researchers report

  • Pre-Season Fitness Not a Factor in Collegiate Sports Injury Risk
    (23-Jul-2012)
    But gender, type of sport played are, Canadian researchers report

  • Pre-Season Fitness Not a Factor in Collegiate Sports Injury Risk
    (23-Jul-2012)
    But gender, type of sport played are, Canadian researchers report

  • Pre-Season Fitness Not a Factor in Collegiate Sports Injury Risk
    (23-Jul-2012)
    But gender, type of sport played are, Canadian researchers report

  • Pre-Season Fitness Not a Factor in Collegiate Sports Injury Risk
    (23-Jul-2012)
    But gender, type of sport played are, Canadian researchers report

  • Simple Measures May Curb Excessive Weight Gain in Pregnancy
    (20-Jul-2012)
    A walking program and healthy meal plan kept moms-to-be from gaining extra pounds during study

  • Simple Measures May Curb Excessive Weight Gain in Pregnancy
    (20-Jul-2012)
    A walking program and healthy meal plan kept moms-to-be from gaining extra pounds during study

  • 2 New Weight-Loss Drugs Won't Reverse U.S. Obesity Crisis
    (19-Jul-2012)
    Proper nutrition, exercise are key factors that must be part of any diet plan, health experts say

  • Disabled Americans Battle for Access to Hotel Pools
    (19-Jul-2012)
    Government mandate to retrofit public pools for the disabled has become a hot dispute with the hotel industry

  • Health Tip: Rules for the Pool
    (19-Jul-2012)
    Don't let anyone swim alone.

  • Inactivity May Kill as Many Worldwide as Smoking: Report
    (18-Jul-2012)
    Lack of exercise linked to cancer, diabetes and heart disease, which cause about 10% of deaths worldwide

  • Inactivity May Kill as Many Worldwide as Smoking: Report
    (18-Jul-2012)
    Lack of exercise linked to cancer, diabetes and heart disease, which cause about 10% of deaths worldwide

  • Exercise Can Shield the Aging Brain, Studies Show
    (16-Jul-2012)
    Weight training, walking helped older adults' memory, according to new studies at Alzheimer's meet

  • Playing Several Sports Keeps Kids Slimmer: Study
    (16-Jul-2012)
    Walking or biking to school can help, too

  • Exercise Can Shield the Aging Brain, Studies Show
    (16-Jul-2012)
    Weight training, walking helped older adults' memory, according to new studies at Alzheimer's meet

  • Preschool TV Habits Linked to 4th-Grade Waist Size, Fitness
    (16-Jul-2012)
    Youngsters who watched more TV had bigger bellies, lower muscular fitness levels, study finds

  • Playing Several Sports Keeps Kids Slimmer: Study
    (16-Jul-2012)
    Walking or biking to school can help, too

  • Preschool TV Habits Linked to 4th-Grade Waist Size, Fitness
    (16-Jul-2012)
    Youngsters who watched more TV had bigger bellies, lower muscular fitness levels, study finds

  • Exercise Can Shield the Aging Brain, Studies Show
    (16-Jul-2012)
    Weight training, walking helped older adults' memory, according to new studies at Alzheimer's meet

  • Playing Several Sports Keeps Kids Slimmer: Study
    (16-Jul-2012)
    Walking or biking to school can help, too

  • Exercise Can Shield the Aging Brain, Studies Show
    (16-Jul-2012)
    Weight training, walking helped older adults' memory, according to new studies at Alzheimer's meet

  • Playing Several Sports Keeps Kids Slimmer: Study
    (16-Jul-2012)
    Walking or biking to school can help, too

  • High Blood Pressure May Protect Some Frail Elderly: Study
    (16-Jul-2012)
    Medication needs might vary for patients who can't walk a certain speed or distance, experts say

  • Common Hip Disorder May Raise Risk for Sports Hernia
    (13-Jul-2012)
    Doctors who observe groin pain in athletes should check for the condition, researcher says

  • Exercise, Meditation Can Beat Back Cold, Flu, Study Finds
    (12-Jul-2012)
    Researchers report that both also appear to cut down on sick time and sick days at work

  • Surge Seen in Concussions Among College Football Players
    (12-Jul-2012)
    Changes in NCAA reporting rules may have contributed to rise, researchers say

  • Health Tip: Help Prevent Drowning
    (11-Jul-2012)
    Always swim with a buddy

  • Health Tip: Be a Safe Biker
    (10-Jul-2012)
    Wear sports glasses to protect your eyes

  • Kids' Track Injuries Surge in US
    (10-Jul-2012)
    As participation grows, accident rate poses a hurdle

  • Teens' Lifestyle Choices Affect Their Blood Pressure
    (10-Jul-2012)
    Australian study found more hypertension risk in boys who drink, girls who use birth control pills

  • Kids' Track Injuries Surge in US
    (10-Jul-2012)
    As participation grows, accident rate poses a hurdle

  • Kids' Track Injuries Surge in US
    (10-Jul-2012)
    As participation grows, accident rate poses a hurdle

  • Health Tip: Going Scuba Diving?
    (09-Jul-2012)
    Make sure you're prepared

  • Health Tip: Help Kids Have an Active Summer
    (09-Jul-2012)
    Put away the video games and go outside

  • Parents Key to Whether Kids Get Enough Exercise, Studies Find
    (05-Jul-2012)
    When grownups aren't around, children spend less time being active

  • Flip-Flops: Your Arch Enemy?
    (05-Jul-2012)
    Too little foot support can lead to pain and injury, doctors say

  • Massage Right After Muscle Injury May Boost Healing
    (03-Jul-2012)
    With quick therapy, there is a 20% to 40% chance of recovery, animal study suggests

  • Exercise Might Keep Menopausal Hot Flashes at Bay
    (03-Jul-2012)
    Fewer benefits seen in women who were overweight, less fit or had more intense symptoms

  • Exercise Might Keep Menopausal Hot Flashes at Bay
    (03-Jul-2012)
    Fewer benefits seen in women who were overweight, less fit or had more intense symptoms

  • Maintain Heart Health During Summer
    (01-Jul-2012)
    Hydration, proper clothing important, expert cautions

  • Use Caution When Exercising in Hot Weather
    (01-Jul-2012)
    Stay hydrated and gradually adapt your body to high temperatures, expert says

  • Young Athletes Face Unhealthy Food Choices, Parents Say
    (30-Jun-2012)
    Junk food, fast food are part of youth sports routine, study finds

  • Study of Retired NFL Players Finds Evidence of Brain Damage
    (29-Jun-2012)
    In tests, they had higher rates of depression, memory deficits and 'white matter' damage

  • Exercise Program Boosts Health After Lung Transplant: Study
    (27-Jun-2012)
    Training regimen linked to improved strength, mobility and heart health a year after surgery

  • FDA Approves First New Weight-Loss Drug in More Than a Decade
    (27-Jun-2012)
    Belviq targeted for adults with health problems such as high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes

  • College Athlete Deaths in Workouts Spur New Guidelines
    (27-Jun-2012)
    Many players may need more time to acclimatize, athletic trainer's group says

  • College Athlete Deaths in Workouts Spur New Guidelines
    (27-Jun-2012)
    Many players may need more time to acclimatize, athletic trainer's group says

  • Even Moderate Exercise Might Cut Breast Cancer Risk: Study
    (25-Jun-2012)
    Researchers found up to 30 percent reduction, as long as women didn't gain weight

  • Screen All Adults for Obesity: U.S. Panel
    (25-Jun-2012)
    New guidelines focus on lifestyle counseling, not medication

  • Active, Outdoor Teens Are Happier Teens: Study
    (22-Jun-2012)
    And those who spend more time indoors in front of screens are more likely to feel lonely, shy

  • Exercise Won't Affect Breast Milk, Baby's Growth: Study
    (22-Jun-2012)
    But evidence is sparse and more study is needed, researchers say

  • Young Men Taking HIV Meds May Be at Risk for Bone Loss
    (22-Jun-2012)
    Exercising, quitting smoking and taking vitamin D can help, researchers say

  • Health Tip: Warm Up Before You Exercise
    (21-Jun-2012)
    And burn calories more efficiently

  • Better Health Screening Urged for Female College Athletes
    (21-Jun-2012)
    Young women in competitive sports at risk for problems with diet, menstruation, bone loss

  • Better Health Screening Urged for Female College Athletes
    (21-Jun-2012)
    Young women in competitive sports at risk for problems with diet, menstruation, bone loss

  • Health Tip: Make Exercise a Social Activity
    (20-Jun-2012)
    Take a walk with friends

  • Health of Americans a Mixed Bag: CDC Report
    (19-Jun-2012)
    More are exercising and not smoking, but obesity, diabetes rates still increasing

  • Health of Americans a Mixed Bag: CDC Report
    (19-Jun-2012)
    More are exercising and not smoking, but obesity, diabetes rates still increasing

  • Sleepy Pro Athletes May Have Shorter Careers
    (19-Jun-2012)
    Studies suggest that helping players get better rest could benefit them and their teams

  • Timed Traffic Crosswalks Too Fast for Many Elderly: Study
    (14-Jun-2012)
    Pedestrians' speed slows with age, making it hard to cross roads safely, study says

  • Liposuction Might Have 'Boomerang' Effect
    (14-Jun-2012)
    But exercise kept post-surgical increase in fat around organs at bay, study found

  • Timed Traffic Crosswalks Too Fast for Many Elderly: Study
    (14-Jun-2012)
    Pedestrians' speed slows with age, making it hard to cross roads safely, study says

  • Health Tip: Avoid Overtraining
    (12-Jun-2012)
    Take a day off each week

  • Could Slow Walking Foreshadow Early Dementia?
    (11-Jun-2012)
    Small study suggests an association, but more research needed

  • Treating Prediabetes Might Prevent Full-Blown Disease
    (11-Jun-2012)
    Either by lifestyle changes or meds, returning blood sugar to normal has lasting effects, study found

  • Docs Aren't Coaching Overweight Kids on How to Slim Down: Study
    (08-Jun-2012)
    Obese teens often get the diet-and-exercise speech from physicians, but many overweight children don't

  • Exercise Controls Weight in White Girls Better Than in Black Girls: Study
    (07-Jun-2012)
    Researchers suggest new weight-loss strategies needed for these teens

  • Ex-Players Sue NFL Over Brain Injuries
    (07-Jun-2012)
    They contend the league hid info on links between head trauma and permanent brain damage

  • Exercise Appears to Ease Nerve-Damage Pain in Rat Study
    (06-Jun-2012)
    Reducing inflammation may make a difference, researchers say

  • Health Tip: Work Out in Water
    (05-Jun-2012)
    And help ease pressure on muscles and joints

  • Disney to Curtail Junk Food Ads Aimed at Kids
    (05-Jun-2012)
    Change will affect the media giant's child-focused TV channels, radio stations and websites

  • Health Tip: Exercise Can Help Manage Menopause
    (04-Jun-2012)
    And help prevent heart problems or osteoporosis

  • Runners May Live Longer
    (04-Jun-2012)
    But research also finds that too much high-intensity running may harm heart

  • Competitive Sports May Boost Heart Function After Breast Cancer
    (01-Jun-2012)
    Researchers report that long-term, high-level exercise made a difference

  • Too Much Screen Time May Harm Kids' Fitness
    (01-Jun-2012)
    Children less connected to wired world seem to be in better shape, study finds

  • Competitive Sports May Boost Heart Function After Breast Cancer
    (01-Jun-2012)
    Researchers report that long-term, high-level exercise made a difference

  • Healthy Diet, Exercise Extend Life for Women in Their 70s: Study
    (01-Jun-2012)
    Participants who were tops in both categories had 8 times the odds of survival

  • Too Much Screen Time May Harm Kids' Fitness
    (01-Jun-2012)
    Children less connected to wired world seem to be in better shape, study finds

  • Young Girls, Boys Can Compete on Equal Level
    (01-Jun-2012)
    Analysis of nearly 2 million swim records found little or no difference until age 13

  • Too Much Screen Time May Harm Kids' Fitness
    (01-Jun-2012)
    Children less connected to wired world seem to be in better shape, study finds

  • Young Girls, Boys Can Compete on Equal Level
    (01-Jun-2012)
    Analysis of nearly 2 million swim records found little or no difference until age 13

  • Serious Exercise May Benefit Middle-Aged Arteries
    (31-May-2012)
    Highly active people had less stiffening of their blood vessels, study found

  • Serious Exercise May Benefit Middle-Aged Arteries
    (31-May-2012)
    Highly active people had less stiffening of their blood vessels, study found

  • Serious Exercise May Benefit Middle-Aged Arteries
    (31-May-2012)
    Highly active people had less stiffening of their blood vessels, study found

  • 'Nordic Walking' a Winner for Heart Failure Patients, Study Says
    (29-May-2012)
    This four-limbed form of exercise appears safe for cardiac rehab

  • Cash, Coaching May Boost Healthy Living
    (29-May-2012)
    Study finds that simple changes, reinforced by incentives, can reap rewards

  • Cash, Coaching May Boost Healthy Living
    (29-May-2012)
    Study finds that simple changes, reinforced by incentives, can reap rewards

  • 'Nordic Walking' a Winner for Heart Failure Patients, Study Says
    (29-May-2012)
    This four-limbed form of exercise appears safe for cardiac rehab

  • 'Nordic Walking' a Winner for Heart Failure Patients, Study Says
    (29-May-2012)
    This four-limbed form of exercise appears safe for cardiac rehab

  • Key to More Active, Slimmer Kids: Friends
    (28-May-2012)
    Small study found they adjust physical activity based on their social network

  • Key to More Active, Slimmer Kids: Friends
    (28-May-2012)
    Small study found they adjust physical activity based on their social network

  • Physical Education Is Good for Kids' Grades, Study Finds
    (27-May-2012)
    More intense PE curriculum paid off academically in Swedish trial

  • Exercise Helps Older Adults Stay Fit
    (26-May-2012)
    Expert offers advice on working out in your 50s, 60s, 70s and beyond

  • Exercise Helps Older Adults Stay Fit
    (26-May-2012)
    Expert offers advice on working out in your 50s, 60s, 70s and beyond

  • Exercise Helps Older Adults Stay Fit
    (26-May-2012)
    Expert offers advice on working out in your 50s, 60s, 70s and beyond

  • Exercise Helps Older Adults Stay Fit
    (26-May-2012)
    Expert offers advice on working out in your 50s, 60s, 70s and beyond

  • Exercise Helps Older Adults Stay Fit
    (26-May-2012)
    Expert offers advice on working out in your 50s, 60s, 70s and beyond

  • Exercise Helps Older Adults Stay Fit
    (26-May-2012)
    Expert offers advice on working out in your 50s, 60s, 70s and beyond

  • Health Tip: Walk at Work
    (25-May-2012)
    And ask a colleague to join you

  • Amazon Tribe Gives Clues to Heart-Healthy Lifestyles
    (25-May-2012)
    Research in African Pygmies also shows how traditional ways of life aid cardiovascular health

  • Amazon Tribe Gives Clues to Heart-Healthy Lifestyles
    (25-May-2012)
    Research in African Pygmies also shows how traditional ways of life aid cardiovascular health

  • Fitness May Boost Survival for Women With Breast Cancer
    (25-May-2012)
    Disease, chemotherapy often result in lingering damage to women's heart and lungs

  • Health Tip: Walk at Work
    (25-May-2012)
    And ask a colleague to join you

  • Health Tip: Take a Walk!
    (22-May-2012)
    But make sure you don't overdo it

  • Health Tip: Take a Walk!
    (22-May-2012)
    But make sure you don't overdo it

  • Vigorous Exercise Might Keep Psoriasis at Bay
    (21-May-2012)
    But only intense activities seemed to lower risk in large study of women

  • Vigorous Exercise Might Keep Psoriasis at Bay
    (21-May-2012)
    But only intense activities seemed to lower risk in large study of women

  • Dieting May Lower Hormone Levels Tied to Breast Cancer
    (21-May-2012)
    Study didn't prove that weight loss lowers risk, but it did cut estrogen, which may help older women

  • Vigorous Exercise Might Keep Psoriasis at Bay
    (21-May-2012)
    But only intense activities seemed to lower risk in large study of women

  • Health Tip: Use Proper Form When Running
    (21-May-2012)
    For starters, hit the ground with your heel

  • Vigorous Exercise Might Keep Psoriasis at Bay
    (21-May-2012)
    But only intense activities seemed to lower risk in large study of women

  • Vigorous Exercise Might Keep Psoriasis at Bay
    (21-May-2012)
    But only intense activities seemed to lower risk in large study of women

  • Vigorous Exercise Might Keep Psoriasis at Bay
    (21-May-2012)
    But only intense activities seemed to lower risk in large study of women

  • Vigorous Exercise Might Keep Psoriasis at Bay
    (21-May-2012)
    But only intense activities seemed to lower risk in large study of women

  • Females, Young Athletes Take Longer to Get Over Concussions
    (19-May-2012)
    Study found they scored worse on visual memory tests, with symptoms lingering 2 weeks after injury

  • Fees Lead Some Kids to Skip After-School Sports: Survey
    (18-May-2012)
    Total cost of participating in a sport averages $381, results show

  • Athletes Really Do Play Through the Pain
    (17-May-2012)
    Study finds endurance and 'game athletes' have higher tolerance for pain than the rest of us

  • Head Blows May Hamper Learning in College Athletes
    (16-May-2012)
    Some football, hockey players show postseason decline, study finds

  • Health Tip: When Physical Therapy Ends
    (16-May-2012)
    Don't neglect exercise

  • Education Is Key to Health: Report
    (16-May-2012)
    Along with poverty, less schooling linked to more chronic disease, disability and shorter life

  • Head Blows May Hamper Learning in College Athletes
    (16-May-2012)
    Some football, hockey players show postseason decline, study finds

  • Head Blows May Hamper Learning in College Athletes
    (16-May-2012)
    Some football, hockey players show postseason decline, study finds

  • Head Blows May Hamper Learning in College Athletes
    (16-May-2012)
    Some football, hockey players show postseason decline, study finds

  • Head Blows May Hamper Learning in College Athletes
    (16-May-2012)
    Some football, hockey players show postseason decline, study finds

  • Head Blows May Hamper Learning in College Athletes
    (16-May-2012)
    Some football, hockey players show postseason decline, study finds

  • Health Tip: Exercising in the Heat
    (15-May-2012)
    Drink lots of water

  • Fitness Fights High Blood Pressure, Even With Family History
    (15-May-2012)
    Staying in shape lowered odds of developing hypertension by up to 42 percent in study

  • Fitness Fights High Blood Pressure, Even With Family History
    (15-May-2012)
    Staying in shape lowered odds of developing hypertension by up to 42 percent in study

  • Fitness Fights High Blood Pressure, Even With Family History
    (15-May-2012)
    Staying in shape lowered odds of developing hypertension by up to 42 percent in study

  • Some Sports May Help Protect Men's Bones
    (14-May-2012)
    Basketball, volleyball, soccer helped young men stave off density loss, study suggests

  • Some Sports May Help Protect Men's Bones
    (14-May-2012)
    Basketball, volleyball, soccer helped young men stave off density loss, study suggests

  • Some Sports May Help Protect Men's Bones
    (14-May-2012)
    Basketball, volleyball, soccer helped young men stave off density loss, study suggests

  • Some Sports May Help Protect Men's Bones
    (14-May-2012)
    Basketball, volleyball, soccer helped young men stave off density loss, study suggests

  • With Weights, You Can Lighten Your Load
    (13-May-2012)
    Just do more repetitions, researchers say

  • With Weights, You Can Lighten Your Load
    (13-May-2012)
    Just do more repetitions, researchers say

  • With Weights, You Can Lighten Your Load
    (13-May-2012)
    Just do more repetitions, researchers say

  • Shape Up, Safely, for Summer
    (12-May-2012)
    Be realistic and don't overdo it, experts say

  • Pot Belly Boosts Risk of Sudden Cardiac Death: Study
    (10-May-2012)
    Carrying weight in your midsection adds to obesity's dangers

  • Strides Made in Diagnosing, Treating Lupus
    (10-May-2012)
    New therapies are being developed for people with the autoimmune illness, experts say

  • Fitness in Middle Age Lowers Medical Costs Later: Study
    (10-May-2012)
    Results suggest preventive efforts focusing on lifestyle choices are well aimed

  • Fitness in Middle Age Lowers Medical Costs Later: Study
    (10-May-2012)
    Results suggest preventive efforts focusing on lifestyle choices are well aimed

  • Fitness in Middle Age Lowers Medical Costs Later: Study
    (10-May-2012)
    Results suggest preventive efforts focusing on lifestyle choices are well aimed

  • Fitness in Middle Age Lowers Medical Costs Later: Study
    (10-May-2012)
    Results suggest preventive efforts focusing on lifestyle choices are well aimed

  • Evolution May Explain 'Runner's High,' Study Says
    (09-May-2012)
    Brain reward center boost seems to spur humans, dogs to run long distances

  • Health Tip: Make Sure Your Child's Bike is the Right Size
    (09-May-2012)
    Don't purposely buy one that the child will 'grow into'

  • Evolution May Explain 'Runner's High,' Study Says
    (09-May-2012)
    Brain reward center boost seems to spur humans, dogs to run long distances

  • Rate of Hospitalizations for Stroke Has Declined in U.S.
    (09-May-2012)
    The death rate for these patients also fell from 9% in 1989 to 5% in 2009, study shows

  • Evolution May Explain 'Runner's High,' Study Says
    (09-May-2012)
    Brain reward center boost seems to spur humans, dogs to run long distances

  • That Long Commute May Be Harming Your Health
    (08-May-2012)
    Study found that as drives got longer, waistlines expanded and fitness levels dropped

  • Exercise May Boost Survival in Breast, Colon Cancer Patients
    (08-May-2012)
    Review looked at six decades of studies on cancer, physical activity

  • Health Tip: When Gardening Triggers Back Pain
    (08-May-2012)
    Try warming up first

  • Exercise Can Help Fight Heart Failure
    (07-May-2012)
    Small study found it slowed muscle wasting, boosted fitness

  • Lots of TV May Harm Kids' Diet
    (07-May-2012)
    Children who watch the most television have worst eating habits, study finds

  • Exercise Can Help Fight Heart Failure
    (07-May-2012)
    Small study found it slowed muscle wasting, boosted fitness

  • City Bike-Share Riders Seldom Wear Helmets
    (05-May-2012)
    Experts say public programs are beneficial, but bareheaded biking is dangerous

  • Health Tip: Make TV Time Exercise Time
    (04-May-2012)
    Walk around during commercials

  • Joggers Live Longer, Study Says
    (04-May-2012)
    Slow pace best for longevity, researchers report

  • Joggers Live Longer, Study Says
    (04-May-2012)
    Slow pace best for longevity, researchers report

  • New Guidelines Issued for Severe Lupus
    (03-May-2012)
    More can be done to prevent permanent kidney damage, says American College of Rheumatology

  • Health Tip: Don't Forget Aerobic Exercise
    (01-May-2012)
    Walk instead of driving

  • Many Asthmatic Kids Harmed by Secondhand Smoke: Study
    (01-May-2012)
    Exposure leads to more doctor visits, disturbed sleep, exercise limitations

  • Exercise Plus Computer Time May Boost Seniors' Brains
    (01-May-2012)
    Combination seems to help reduce odds of age-related memory loss, study finds

  • Healthy Weight Loss May Also Cut Your Cancer Risk
    (01-May-2012)
    New study found decrease in inflammation warning signals

  • Exercise Twice a Day Vital for Your Dog's Health, Expert Says
    (30-Apr-2012)
    Owners urged to encourage activity suitable for breed, fitness level of their pet

  • Hot Weather's Return Brings Ozone Warnings
    (30-Apr-2012)
    Kids, seniors most vulnerable to ozone exposure, experts say

  • Upper-Body Strength Key for NASCAR Drivers
    (27-Apr-2012)
    Study found resistance workouts may improve track standings

  • Upper-Body Strength Key for NASCAR Drivers
    (27-Apr-2012)
    Study found resistance workouts may improve track standings

  • Leisurely Strolls More Popular, Yet Walk Times Shorter: CDC
    (27-Apr-2012)
    But walkers more likely to meet other health goals set by U.S. government

  • Upper-Body Strength Key for NASCAR Drivers
    (27-Apr-2012)
    Study found resistance workouts may improve track standings

  • Upper-Body Strength Key for NASCAR Drivers
    (27-Apr-2012)
    Study found resistance workouts may improve track standings

  • Upper-Body Strength Key for NASCAR Drivers
    (27-Apr-2012)
    Study found resistance workouts may improve track standings

  • Heart Test Spots Sudden Death Risk in Young Athletes
    (27-Apr-2012)
    Study found EKGs were highly accurate in identifying those with hidden cardiac disorders

  • Leisurely Strolls More Popular, Yet Walk Times Shorter: CDC
    (27-Apr-2012)
    But walkers more likely to meet other health goals set by U.S. government

  • Healthy Behaviors Extend Life After Cancer, Experts Say
    (26-Apr-2012)
    Eating well, exercising and maintaining normal weight boost survival, American Cancer Society finds

  • Preventable Injuries Sideline One-Third of Young Athletes
    (26-Apr-2012)
    Survey of parents, kids, coaches finds knowledge gaps about sports safety

  • Health Tip: Help Prevent a Pulled Muscle
    (24-Apr-2012)
    Make sure you stretch before exercise

  • Strength Training May Give Boost to Seniors' Brains
    (23-Apr-2012)
    Study found women's mental functioning 'significantly' improved after 6 months of classes

  • Health Tip: Overcoming Obstacles to Exercise
    (23-Apr-2012)
    Make sure your goals are realistic

  • Strength Training May Give Boost to Seniors' Brains
    (23-Apr-2012)
    Study found women's mental functioning 'significantly' improved after 6 months of classes

  • Strength Training May Give Boost to Seniors' Brains
    (23-Apr-2012)
    Study found women's mental functioning 'significantly' improved after 6 months of classes

  • Strength Training May Give Boost to Seniors' Brains
    (23-Apr-2012)
    Study found women's mental functioning 'significantly' improved after 6 months of classes

  • Tick Season Starting Early This Year
    (22-Apr-2012)
    Expert urges hikers, gardeners and others to know the signs of tick-borne disease

  • Tick Season Starting Early This Year
    (22-Apr-2012)
    Expert urges hikers, gardeners and others to know the signs of tick-borne disease

  • Health Tip: Consider Kickboxing
    (20-Apr-2012)
    But take steps to protect your joints

  • 'Catastrophic' Head Injuries to High School Football Players Rising
    (20-Apr-2012)
    Annual report found fewer deaths but more cases of permanent brain damage

  • Exercise May Help Patients With High Blood Pressure Live Longer
    (19-Apr-2012)
    Large study from Taiwan found inactive people fared worse at all blood-pressure levels

  • Diabetes Groups Issue New Guidelines on Blood Sugar
    (19-Apr-2012)
    Type 2 illness can't be treated with one-size-fits-all approach, new recommendations advise

  • Healthy Lifestyle Choices Could Cut Cancer Rates: Report
    (19-Apr-2012)
    But researchers say lawmakers, private industry need to do more to encourage change

  • Study Pinpoints New Abnormality in 'Athlete's Heart'
    (19-Apr-2012)
    Characteristic is found most often in black male athletes

  • Everyday Activities Might Lower Alzheimer's Risk
    (18-Apr-2012)
    Study finds association for more active elderly, even without formal exercise

  • College Athletes in Low-Contact Sports Have More Overuse Injuries
    (18-Apr-2012)
    Study found women who play field hockey, soccer, volleyball, softball at most risk

  • College Athletes in Low-Contact Sports Have More Overuse Injuries
    (18-Apr-2012)
    Study found women who play field hockey, soccer, volleyball, softball at most risk

  • College Athletes in Low-Contact Sports Have More Overuse Injuries
    (18-Apr-2012)
    Study found women who play field hockey, soccer, volleyball, softball at most risk

  • College Athletes in Low-Contact Sports Have More Overuse Injuries
    (18-Apr-2012)
    Study found women who play field hockey, soccer, volleyball, softball at most risk

  • College Athletes in Low-Contact Sports Have More Overuse Injuries
    (18-Apr-2012)
    Study found women who play field hockey, soccer, volleyball, softball at most risk

  • College Athletes in Low-Contact Sports Have More Overuse Injuries
    (18-Apr-2012)
    Study found women who play field hockey, soccer, volleyball, softball at most risk

  • Testosterone Supplements Might Help Patients With Heart Failure
    (17-Apr-2012)
    Small studies found benefits for patients' fitness, ability to exercise

  • Testosterone Supplements Might Help Patients With Heart Failure
    (17-Apr-2012)
    Small studies found benefits for patients' fitness, ability to exercise

  • Testosterone Supplements Might Help Patients With Heart Failure
    (17-Apr-2012)
    Small studies found benefits for patients' fitness, ability to exercise

  • Health Tip: Seniors, Boost Your Balance
    (16-Apr-2012)
    Here are some exercises that can help

  • Troubled Homes May Fuel Obesity in Girls
    (16-Apr-2012)
    Study found nearly doubled risk in families coping with poverty, drug abuse, other stress

  • Troubled Homes May Fuel Obesity in Girls
    (16-Apr-2012)
    Study found nearly doubled risk in families coping with poverty, drug abuse, other stress

  • Exercise May Boost Breast Cancer Patients' Quality of Life
    (14-Apr-2012)
    Study found physically active women were less likely to be depressed, fatigued during treatment

  • Women Less Apt Than Men to Get Recommended Daily Exercise
    (13-Apr-2012)
    They averaged about 18 minutes a day, far short of the recommended 30 minutes, study finds

  • Women Less Apt Than Men to Get Recommended Daily Exercise
    (13-Apr-2012)
    They averaged about 18 minutes a day, far short of the recommended 30 minutes, study finds

  • Dieters Share Success Strategies
    (10-Apr-2012)
    Eating less fat, exercising more, using prescription meds help most, survey finds

  • Short Walks May Ease Fatigue in Pancreatic Cancer Patients
    (10-Apr-2012)
    Patients were told not to push themselves, but to do what they could comfortably

  • Experts Offer Advice After Yankee Pitcher's Trampoline Injury
    (08-Apr-2012)
    Baseball player Joba Chamberlain one of thousands felled by trampoline mishaps annually

  • Experts Offer Advice After Yankee Pitcher's Trampoline Injury
    (08-Apr-2012)
    Baseball player Joba Chamberlain one of thousands felled by trampoline mishaps annually

  • Experts Offer Advice After Yankee Pitcher's Trampoline Injury
    (08-Apr-2012)
    Baseball player Joba Chamberlain one of thousands felled by trampoline mishaps annually

  • Overuse Injuries Common Among Female College Athletes
    (06-Apr-2012)
    Field hockey, soccer, softball and volleyball accounted for the most strains, inflammation

  • Resolutions Revisited
    (06-Apr-2012)
    Experts offer advice on what to do if you're backsliding on those New Year's vows

  • Overuse Injuries Common Among Female College Athletes
    (06-Apr-2012)
    Field hockey, soccer, softball and volleyball accounted for the most strains, inflammation

  • Overuse Injuries Common Among Female College Athletes
    (06-Apr-2012)
    Field hockey, soccer, softball and volleyball accounted for the most strains, inflammation

  • Overuse Injuries Common Among Female College Athletes
    (06-Apr-2012)
    Field hockey, soccer, softball and volleyball accounted for the most strains, inflammation

  • Overuse Injuries Common Among Female College Athletes
    (06-Apr-2012)
    Field hockey, soccer, softball and volleyball accounted for the most strains, inflammation

  • Overuse Injuries Common Among Female College Athletes
    (06-Apr-2012)
    Field hockey, soccer, softball and volleyball accounted for the most strains, inflammation

  • Depression, Anxiety Tied to Physical Disabilities in Seniors
    (05-Apr-2012)
    But exercise may help shield against physical decline, study adds

  • Many Preschoolers Not Getting Enough Outdoor Play
    (02-Apr-2012)
    Look at outdoor activity as a daily necessity, not a weekend luxury, study says

  • Lifestyle Changes Help Type 2 Diabetics Keep Moving
    (28-Mar-2012)
    Weight loss and exercise prevent disability, study finds

  • Lifestyle Changes Help Type 2 Diabetics Keep Moving
    (28-Mar-2012)
    Weight loss and exercise prevent disability, study finds

  • Lifestyle Changes Help Type 2 Diabetics Keep Moving
    (28-Mar-2012)
    Weight loss and exercise prevent disability, study finds

  • Health Tip: Get Ready for Your Marathon
    (27-Mar-2012)
    Suggestions before and during race day

  • Heart Screenings Yield More False-Positives Among Black Athletes
    (27-Mar-2012)
    Race-specific screening criteria needed, researchers say

  • Health Tip: Get Ready for Your Marathon
    (27-Mar-2012)
    Suggestions before and during race day

  • Heart Screenings Yield More False-Positives Among Black Athletes
    (27-Mar-2012)
    Race-specific screening criteria needed, researchers say

  • Health Tip: Why You Need Aerobic Exercise
    (26-Mar-2012)
    Potential benefits include lower blood pressure and cholesterol

  • Too Much Sitting Can Kill You, Study Suggests
    (26-Mar-2012)
    Eight hours or more a day raises risk, even if you exercise, researchers find

  • Obese Women at Higher Risk of Breast Cancer Recurrence: Study
    (23-Mar-2012)
    Researchers took weight-based chemotherapy dosage into account

  • Ibuprofen May Ward Off Altitude Sickness
    (20-Mar-2012)
    Hikers who took the medication were less likely to have symptoms of 'acute mountain sickness'

  • Ibuprofen May Ward Off Altitude Sickness
    (20-Mar-2012)
    Hikers who took the medication were less likely to have symptoms of 'acute mountain sickness'

  • Exercise May Trigger Orgasm in Some Women
    (19-Mar-2012)
    Survey results suggest phenomenon is not rare, but causes remain unclear

  • Exercise May Trigger Orgasm in Some Women
    (19-Mar-2012)
    Survey results suggest phenomenon is not rare, but causes remain unclear

  • Exercise May Trigger Orgasm in Some Women
    (19-Mar-2012)
    Survey results suggest phenomenon is not rare, but causes remain unclear

  • Exercise May Trigger Orgasm in Some Women
    (19-Mar-2012)
    Survey results suggest phenomenon is not rare, but causes remain unclear

  • Exercise May Trigger Orgasm in Some Women
    (19-Mar-2012)
    Survey results suggest phenomenon is not rare, but causes remain unclear

  • Exercise May Trigger Orgasm in Some Women
    (19-Mar-2012)
    Survey results suggest phenomenon is not rare, but causes remain unclear

  • Keep Youth Baseball Players Safe on the Field
    (18-Mar-2012)
    Avoid overuse-related injuries of the elbows and shoulders, expert says

  • Keep Youth Baseball Players Safe on the Field
    (18-Mar-2012)
    Avoid overuse-related injuries of the elbows and shoulders, expert says

  • Keep Youth Baseball Players Safe on the Field
    (18-Mar-2012)
    Avoid overuse-related injuries of the elbows and shoulders, expert says

  • Following Heart-Healthy Behaviors May Lengthen Your Life
    (17-Mar-2012)
    Study found those who stuck by all seven guidelines lived longer than those who didn't

  • Researcher Uses Genomics to Predict His Odds for Disease
    (16-Mar-2012)
    It's another example of the future of 'personalized medicine,' scientists say

  • Bike Trail in Poorer Neighborhood Boosts Exercise
    (15-Mar-2012)
    Extra-wide, two-mile trail in Tennessee draws joggers, bike riders

  • Electronic Diary Helped Obese Adults Stick to Weight-Loss Plan
    (15-Mar-2012)
    But the results didn't last after 2 years, study finds

  • Bike Trail in Poorer Neighborhood Boosts Exercise
    (15-Mar-2012)
    Extra-wide, two-mile trail in Tennessee draws joggers, bike riders

  • Too Much Exercise Delays Pregnancy in Normal-Weight Women: Study
    (15-Mar-2012)
    But vigorous workouts don't seem to affect fertility in heavy women, researchers say

  • Bike Trail in Poorer Neighborhood Boosts Exercise
    (15-Mar-2012)
    Extra-wide, two-mile trail in Tennessee draws joggers, bike riders

  • Bike Trail in Poorer Neighborhood Boosts Exercise
    (15-Mar-2012)
    Extra-wide, two-mile trail in Tennessee draws joggers, bike riders

  • Doctors Likely to Preach What They Practice
    (14-Mar-2012)
    Those with healthy behaviors more inclined to recommend patients make lifestyle changes: study

  • Your Neighborhood Can Affect Your Heart Health
    (14-Mar-2012)
    People living near parks and trails, with access to fresh food, had healthier hearts

  • Brisk Daily Walk Could Counter 'Obesity Genes'
    (14-Mar-2012)
    But finding doesn't prove exercise is the only factor, researchers stress

  • Cooler Hands Might Boost Your Workout, Study Suggests
    (13-Mar-2012)
    Chilling device held in the palms helped obese women last longer, stick with exercise

  • Heat-Related Deaths on Rise for High School Football Players
    (13-Mar-2012)
    In second half of 30-year study, rates rose from one to three such deaths per year

  • Cooler Hands Might Boost Your Workout, Study Suggests
    (13-Mar-2012)
    Chilling device held in the palms helped obese women last longer, stick with exercise

  • Cooler Hands Might Boost Your Workout, Study Suggests
    (13-Mar-2012)
    Chilling device held in the palms helped obese women last longer, stick with exercise

  • Exercise Might Boost Kids' Academic Ability
    (12-Mar-2012)
    Pretest 'warm-ups' boosted test scores in study of Italian schoolchildren

  • Health Tip: The Right Diet Can Boost Athletic Performance
    (12-Mar-2012)
    Here's why you should eat well

  • Spring Ahead Without Losing Too Much Sleep
    (11-Mar-2012)
    Advice from an expert on making the switch to daylight saving time

  • Spring Break Safety Tips to Keep Vacation Fun
    (11-Mar-2012)
    Smart choices can prevent serious injuries, ER docs say

  • Survey Shows People Have Little Time for Healthy Habits
    (09-Mar-2012)
    Heart association finds Americans struggle to eat right, exercise and brush their teeth regularly

  • Health Tip: Skip TV and Get Active
    (07-Mar-2012)
    Here are healthier suggestions

  • Vitamin D May Cut Stress Fracture Risk in Girls
    (05-Mar-2012)
    Yet consuming lots of dairy or calcium wasn't associated with risk reduction, study says

  • Kids' Concussion Symptoms Can Last a Year, Study Says
    (05-Mar-2012)
    Symptoms may affect school and quality of life

  • Kids' Concussion Symptoms Can Last a Year, Study Says
    (05-Mar-2012)
    Symptoms may affect school and quality of life

  • Kids' Concussion Symptoms Can Last a Year, Study Says
    (05-Mar-2012)
    Symptoms may affect school and quality of life

  • Cold Air May Raise Heart-Attack Risk During Exercise
    (02-Mar-2012)
    Low temperatures, physical exertion increase the body's need for oxygen, study shows

  • Wanted: Female Nurses for Large, Ongoing Study
    (01-Mar-2012)
    Nurses' Health Study has provided decades of data on women's health

  • Sports Concussion: Myths and Facts
    (29-Feb-2012)
    Expert describes recognition, symptoms and proper treatment of common injury

  • Teens May Fare Worse After Concussion Than Children or Adults
    (28-Feb-2012)
    Injury can cause long-term problems with short-term memory in teens, researchers say

  • 'Active' Video Games May Not Boost Kids' Fitness: Study
    (27-Feb-2012)
    Wii games were no better than 'inactive' selections, researchers found

  • 'Active' Video Games May Not Boost Kids' Fitness: Study
    (27-Feb-2012)
    Wii games were no better than 'inactive' selections, researchers found

  • 'Active' Video Games May Not Boost Kids' Fitness: Study
    (27-Feb-2012)
    Wii games were no better than 'inactive' selections, researchers found

  • As Youth Baseball Season Nears, Experts Urge Injury Prevention
    (27-Feb-2012)
    Seek help when kids show signs of overuse-linked problems, pediatricians say

  • 'Active' Video Games May Not Boost Kids' Fitness: Study
    (27-Feb-2012)
    Wii games were no better than 'inactive' selections, researchers found

  • Size, Experience Matter on Rugby Field, Study Finds
    (25-Feb-2012)
    Players' height, weight and playing time in finals add up to World Cup victories, researchers say

  • Size, Experience Matter on Rugby Field, Study Finds
    (25-Feb-2012)
    Players' height, weight and playing time in finals add up to World Cup victories, researchers say

  • Health Tip: Seniors Need Exercise, Too
    (24-Feb-2012)
    Strength training could offer many benefits

  • Desk Jockeys Urged to Take Small Steps to Get Exercise
    (24-Feb-2012)
    Expert offers tips for those whose jobs require sitting all day

  • Desk Jockeys Urged to Take Small Steps to Get Exercise
    (24-Feb-2012)
    Expert offers tips for those whose jobs require sitting all day

  • Desk Jockeys Urged to Take Small Steps to Get Exercise
    (24-Feb-2012)
    Expert offers tips for those whose jobs require sitting all day

  • Health Tip: Exercising During Pregnancy
    (23-Feb-2012)
    A look at potential benefits

  • New Guidelines Seek to Prevent Sudden Death in Young Athletes
    (22-Feb-2012)
    They recommend all teams have emergency action plans, quick access to defibrillators

  • Exercise in Pregnancy Safe for Baby, Study Finds
    (22-Feb-2012)
    Moderate to vigorous activity is recommended, but check with your doctor first

  • Exercise in Pregnancy Safe for Baby, Study Finds
    (22-Feb-2012)
    Moderate to vigorous activity is recommended, but check with your doctor first

  • New Guidelines Seek to Prevent Sudden Death in Young Athletes
    (22-Feb-2012)
    They recommend all teams have emergency action plans, quick access to defibrillators

  • Exercise in Pregnancy Safe for Baby, Study Finds
    (22-Feb-2012)
    Moderate to vigorous activity is recommended, but check with your doctor first

  • Health Tip: Set Exercise Goals
    (21-Feb-2012)
    Here are suggestions for what to do

  • Health Tip: How to Lower Your Risk of Stroke
    (20-Feb-2012)
    A healthy lifestyle -- including diet and exercise -- is key

  • Female Cancer Survivors Report Worse Health Habits: Survey
    (20-Feb-2012)
    They were more likely to smoke, less likely to exercise vigorously than other women

  • Exercise Can Build Young Adults' Bones, Study Finds
    (17-Feb-2012)
    Physical activity in your 20s can help prevent osteoporosis later on, researchers say

  • Good Football Helmet Fit Key to Preventing Brain Injuries
    (17-Feb-2012)
    But there's no such thing as a concussion-proof helmet, studies show

  • Good Football Helmet Fit Key to Preventing Brain Injuries
    (17-Feb-2012)
    But there's no such thing as a concussion-proof helmet, studies show

  • Good Football Helmet Fit Key to Preventing Brain Injuries
    (17-Feb-2012)
    But there's no such thing as a concussion-proof helmet, studies show

  • Weight Training May Help Parkinson's Patients Retain Function
    (16-Feb-2012)
    The regimen seemed to help more than workouts focused on balance, stretching, study found

  • Cold Baths May Help Ease Muscle Soreness After Workouts
    (15-Feb-2012)
    But researchers caution that little is known about the safety of cold baths

  • Cold Baths May Help Ease Muscle Soreness After Workouts
    (15-Feb-2012)
    But researchers caution that little is known about the safety of cold baths

  • Any Exercise Benefits Kids' Heart Health: Study
    (14-Feb-2012)
    Better blood pressure, cholesterol, weight accompanies activity, regardless of sedentary time

  • Any Exercise Benefits Kids' Heart Health: Study
    (14-Feb-2012)
    Better blood pressure, cholesterol, weight accompanies activity, regardless of sedentary time

  • Exercise a Defense Against Dementia: Study
    (13-Feb-2012)
    Odds of dying from brain deterioration were less for physically fit individuals

  • Gloves, Padded Headgear Helps Protect Boxers
    (10-Feb-2012)
    It's especially important that young boxers wear protective gear, researchers say

  • More Than 4 Million Americans Have New Knee
    (10-Feb-2012)
    And repeat surgery is likely for many younger recipients, researchers predict

  • More U.S. Doctors Are Urging Patients to Exercise: CDC
    (09-Feb-2012)
    But majority of adults still not told to get active during office visit, report finds

  • Health Tip: Before You Start an Exercise Program
    (08-Feb-2012)
    Review with a doctor your medical history

  • Playing Sports May Help Keep Kids From Smoking
    (08-Feb-2012)
    But the risk of taking up the habit rises if teammates smoke, study finds

  • Short Breaks During Exercise OK for Diabetes Control: Study
    (08-Feb-2012)
    But with or without pauses, more benefit achieved in low-oxygen setting, study finds

  • Female Soccer Players May Face Health Problems: Study
    (08-Feb-2012)
    Intense training, poor nutrition might lead to menstrual abnormalities, stress fractures in young players

  • Female Soccer Players May Face Health Problems: Study
    (08-Feb-2012)
    Intense training, poor nutrition might lead to menstrual abnormalities, stress fractures in young players

  • Tai Chi May Help Parkinson's Patients
    (08-Feb-2012)
    Study found twice-weekly training boosted balance, reduced falls

  • Even for the Overweight, Exercise Helps the Heart
    (07-Feb-2012)
    Study finds changes in physical fitness affect disease risk at any weight

  • Health Tip: Help Prevent Ice Skating Accidents
    (07-Feb-2012)
    Follow these safety guidelines

  • Metformin Preferred Drug for Type 2 Diabetes, Experts Say
    (06-Feb-2012)
    But, American College of Physicians states diet and exercise changes should start before medication

  • Don't Fumble Your Diet on Super Bowl Sunday
    (04-Feb-2012)
    Expert offers game-day defense for food-filled parties

  • Don't Fumble Your Diet on Super Bowl Sunday
    (04-Feb-2012)
    Expert offers game-day defense for food-filled parties

  • Health Tip: Help Prevent a Stress Fracture
    (02-Feb-2012)
    Take it slow when starting an exercise program

  • Being Fit Before Stroke May Aid Recovery
    (02-Feb-2012)
    Patients with higher physical activity levels have better treatment response, study finds

  • Science Shows How Massage Eases Sore Muscles
    (01-Feb-2012)
    Getting one post-workout can spur cellular processes that cut inflammation and pain

  • Science Shows How Exercise Might Help in Prostate Cancer
    (01-Feb-2012)
    Activity-induced genetic changes could slow or prevent disease progression, researchers say

  • Science Shows How Exercise Might Help in Prostate Cancer
    (01-Feb-2012)
    Activity-induced genetic changes could slow or prevent disease progression, researchers say

  • Science Shows How Exercise Might Help in Prostate Cancer
    (01-Feb-2012)
    Activity-induced genetic changes could slow or prevent disease progression, researchers say

  • Science Shows How Exercise Might Help in Prostate Cancer
    (01-Feb-2012)
    Activity-induced genetic changes could slow or prevent disease progression, researchers say

  • Mathematical Model Suggests When to Shoot in Basketball
    (28-Jan-2012)
    Players should take their time, but not too long, study contends

  • Winter Doldrums Got You Down? Here's How to Bounce Back
    (28-Jan-2012)
    Adding lights, exercise can help people battling seasonal affective disorder, doctor says

  • Too Many Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients Inactive, Study Finds
    (26-Jan-2012)
    Experts say exercise helps keep joints flexible, maintains function

  • Health Tip: Exercise for Healthier Bones
    (24-Jan-2012)
    Activities that can help maintain bone health

  • Avoid Getting Scorched by 'Hot Yoga'
    (22-Jan-2012)
    High temperature could be dangerous for people with certain medical conditions, expert cautions

  • Protect Yourself From Ski-Fatigue Injuries
    (21-Jan-2012)
    Expert recommends conditioning exercises to keep skiers, snowboarders healthy

  • Protect Yourself From Ski-Fatigue Injuries
    (21-Jan-2012)
    Expert recommends conditioning exercises to keep skiers, snowboarders healthy

  • Texting, Talking on Cellphone Slows Walking Pace: Study
    (21-Jan-2012)
    Findings may shed light on ways to improve functional walking in physical therapy patients

  • Health Tip: Strengthen Your Muscles
    (20-Jan-2012)
    And help avoid muscle loss as you age

  • Health Tip: Set an Exercise Schedule
    (19-Jan-2012)
    To help adhere to your fitness routine

  • Heavier Ex-NFL Players May Be Prone to Brain Decline
    (17-Jan-2012)
    But experts say the new study findings may not include all contributing factors

  • Heading Soccer Balls Could Injure Brain
    (15-Jan-2012)
    Players of all skill levels must use proper techniques, study says

  • Heading Soccer Balls Could Injure Brain
    (15-Jan-2012)
    Players of all skill levels must use proper techniques, study says

  • Heading Soccer Balls Could Injure Brain
    (15-Jan-2012)
    Players of all skill levels must use proper techniques, study says

  • Need to Exercise More? Think How It Will Help You Now
    (13-Jan-2012)
    Shifting from long-term to short-term gains will resonate better, experts say

  • Surgeons Offer Advice on Avoiding Varicose Veins
    (13-Jan-2012)
    Tips include maintaining a healthy weight, exercising regularly, elevating legs when resting

  • Experts Urge Public Action to Aid Cancer Prevention
    (13-Jan-2012)
    Cancer society's new guidelines for diet and exercise stress community support

  • Need to Exercise More? Think How It Will Help You Now
    (13-Jan-2012)
    Shifting from long-term to short-term gains will resonate better, experts say

  • Experts Urge Public Action to Aid Cancer Prevention
    (13-Jan-2012)
    Cancer society's new guidelines for diet and exercise stress community support

  • U.S. Diabetes Prevention Program Might Avert 885,000 Cases
    (12-Jan-2012)
    Study also projects $30 billion in savings over 25 years from such outreach

  • Car, TV Ownership Tied to Higher Risk for Heart Attack
    (11-Jan-2012)
    But getting active during work and leisure hours can lower the odds, study finds

  • Mouse Study Give Clues to Why Exercise Is Healthy
    (11-Jan-2012)
    Naturally occurring muscle protein has 'clear therapeutic potential,' researcher says

  • Marathoners at Slim Risk of Cardiac Arrest
    (11-Jan-2012)
    10-year study found distance running safe for most participants

  • Covering Gym Fees Might Be Money Saver for Medicare
    (11-Jan-2012)
    Medicare Advantage plans that do so lure healthier members, study suggests

  • Covering Gym Fees Might Be Money Saver for Medicare
    (11-Jan-2012)
    Medicare Advantage plans that do so lure healthier members, study suggests

  • Covering Gym Fees Might Be Money Saver for Medicare
    (11-Jan-2012)
    Medicare Advantage plans that do so lure healthier members, study suggests

  • Marathoners at Slim Risk of Cardiac Arrest
    (11-Jan-2012)
    10-year study found distance running safe for most participants

  • Exercise May Help Those at Higher Risk for Alzheimer's: Study
    (09-Jan-2012)
    Sedentary people with gene variation had more brain changes

  • Safety Tips for Cold-Weather Exercise
    (07-Jan-2012)
    Expert describes how to protect yourself, even in subzero temperatures

  • 'Safety-First' Playgrounds Linked to Bored, Inactive Kids: Study
    (04-Jan-2012)
    Review of daycares suggests many preschoolers play less now, but safety experts support newer equipment

  • Family Tips for Getting Fit
    (04-Jan-2012)
    Look for ways to stay active together, experts say

  • 'Safety-First' Playgrounds Linked to Bored, Inactive Kids: Study
    (04-Jan-2012)
    Review of daycares suggests many preschoolers play less now, but safety experts support newer equipment

  • Family Tips for Getting Fit
    (04-Jan-2012)
    Look for ways to stay active together, experts say

  • Fun Ways to Include Kids in Fitness Resolutions
    (03-Jan-2012)
    Expert tips for making fitness a family matter in 2012

  • Lots of Exercise May Boost Kids' Grades
    (03-Jan-2012)
    Research review found that the most physically active students did the best in the classroom

  • Spinal Manipulation, Home Exercise May Ease Neck Pain
    (03-Jan-2012)
    Medication appeared least effective treatment in small study

  • Fun Ways to Include Kids in Fitness Resolutions
    (03-Jan-2012)
    Expert tips for making fitness a family matter in 2012

  • Persistence Is Key to Losing Weight and Keeping It Off
    (01-Jan-2012)
    Mastering any new skill, including eating right and exercising, takes practice, expert says

  • Tips to Keep Winter Sports Injury-Free
    (30-Dec-2011)
    Slipping and sliding on skis and skates is fun, but can be hazardous, experts say

  • Tips to Start Running and Stay Motivated in 2012
    (30-Dec-2011)
    Realistic goals, focus and reaching out to fellow runners all help

  • Tips to Start Running and Stay Motivated in 2012
    (30-Dec-2011)
    Realistic goals, focus and reaching out to fellow runners all help

  • Tips to Keep Winter Sports Injury-Free
    (30-Dec-2011)
    Slipping and sliding on skis and skates is fun, but can be hazardous, experts say

  • Tips to Keep Winter Sports Injury-Free
    (30-Dec-2011)
    Slipping and sliding on skis and skates is fun, but can be hazardous, experts say

  • Tips to Keep Winter Sports Injury-Free
    (30-Dec-2011)
    Slipping and sliding on skis and skates is fun, but can be hazardous, experts say

  • Tips to Start Running and Stay Motivated in 2012
    (30-Dec-2011)
    Realistic goals, focus and reaching out to fellow runners all help

  • Health Tip: Exercising With Arthritis
    (29-Dec-2011)
    What experts recommend

  • Parents Speak Out on Catastrophic Youth Sports Injuries
    (29-Dec-2011)
    Certified athletic trainers should be present on sidelines, they say

  • Get a Head Start on 2012 Fitness Resolutions
    (27-Dec-2011)
    Tips for staying healthy through holiday travel, temptations

  • Get a Head Start on 2012 Fitness Resolutions
    (27-Dec-2011)
    Tips for staying healthy through holiday travel, temptations

  • Get a Head Start on 2012 Fitness Resolutions
    (27-Dec-2011)
    Tips for staying healthy through holiday travel, temptations

  • Study Shows How Busy Reindeer Keep Their Cool
    (24-Dec-2011)
    Research involved monitoring the animals' brains while they trotted on treadmills

  • Cancer Survivors Should Take Steps to Keep Healthy During Holidays
    (23-Dec-2011)
    Avoid stress and try to relax, expert urges

  • Overweight 7-Year-Olds Face Higher Risk of Asthma
    (23-Dec-2011)
    Slimming down before that age can help prevent onset of the disease, study suggests

  • Teens Become Less Active as They Enter Adulthood
    (22-Dec-2011)
    Young men starting college have the most significant drop in physical activity, study shows

  • Timing of Aquatic Therapy After Joint Replacement Matters
    (21-Dec-2011)
    Starting within days of the operation seems beneficial for those with new knees, but not hips

  • Screening Alone Not Enough to Prevent Sudden Death in College Athletes
    (20-Dec-2011)
    Testing of all athletes, not just Division I players, and safe training methods required, researchers say

  • Health Tip: Help Prevent Exercise Injury
    (20-Dec-2011)
    Don't forget to warm up and cool down

  • Screening Alone Not Enough to Prevent Sudden Death in College Athletes
    (20-Dec-2011)
    Testing of all athletes, not just Division I players, and safe training methods required, researchers say

  • Screening Alone Not Enough to Prevent Sudden Death in College Athletes
    (20-Dec-2011)
    Testing of all athletes, not just Division I players, and safe training methods required, researchers say

  • Jump in Resting Heart Rate Might Signal Higher Death Risk
    (20-Dec-2011)
    Mortality went up for people with increases in heart rate over 10 years, study finds

  • Discerning Gift-Givers Look for Toys That Offer More Than Fun
    (19-Dec-2011)
    Some of the best choices spur imagination and exercise, experts say

  • Choosing a Toy? Think 'Kid-Powered'
    (19-Dec-2011)
    These are gifts that offer open-ended chances for children to explore, imagine and play

  • Study Looks at Stroke Risks in Teen Football Players
    (16-Dec-2011)
    Possible factors include obesity and anabolic-steroid use, researchers say

  • Study Looks at Stroke Risks in Teen Football Players
    (16-Dec-2011)
    Possible factors include obesity and anabolic-steroid use, researchers say

  • Snow Shoveling Really Does Raise Heart Attack Risk: Study
    (15-Dec-2011)
    Seven percent of heart patients at Canadian hospital said symptoms started while clearing snow

  • Brief, Intense Exercise Lowers Blood Sugar, Small Study Finds
    (15-Dec-2011)
    May help type 2 diabetics use glucose more efficiently many hours after activity, researchers say

  • Poor Lifestyles Harming U.S. Heart Health: Report
    (15-Dec-2011)
    Comprehensive update shows Americans gaining weight, eating more junk food, exercising less

  • NYC Sees Drop in Child Obesity; Can Other Cities Do Same?
    (15-Dec-2011)
    Still, 1 in 5 children is obese, researchers say

  • Brief, Intense Exercise Lowers Blood Sugar, Small Study Finds
    (15-Dec-2011)
    May help type 2 diabetics use glucose more efficiently many hours after activity, researchers say

  • Robotic Therapy May Help Some Stroke Survivors Walk
    (15-Dec-2011)
    Certain patients' gait improved when the devices were used along with conventional rehab in study

  • Walking While Drunk Can Lead to Deadly Accidents: Expert
    (14-Dec-2011)
    Many pedestrians struck and killed by cars have been drinking

  • 'Body Clock' Might Affect Women's Dementia Risk
    (13-Dec-2011)
    Timing of daily physical activity was also linked to odds for mental decline, study found

  • Want to Cut Chocolate Cravings? Take a Walk
    (13-Dec-2011)
    Workplace snackers who took treadmill breaks ate less than those who rested, study found

  • Want to Cut Chocolate Cravings? Take a Walk
    (13-Dec-2011)
    Workplace snackers who took treadmill breaks ate less than those who rested, study found

  • Want to Cut Chocolate Cravings? Take a Walk
    (13-Dec-2011)
    Workplace snackers who took treadmill breaks ate less than those who rested, study found

  • Health Tip: Keep the Sport in Kids' Sports
    (12-Dec-2011)
    Make sure focus isn't only on winning

  • Can Chewing Gum Boost Exam Scores?
    (09-Dec-2011)
    Study also finds that chewing throughout exam could backfire

  • For Older Runners, the Message Is: Keep Those Legs Pumping
    (09-Dec-2011)
    After 60, you still use oxygen efficiently, study finds, but strength declines

  • For Older Runners, the Message Is: Keep Those Legs Pumping
    (09-Dec-2011)
    After 60, you still use oxygen efficiently, study finds, but strength declines

  • For Older Runners, the Message Is: Keep Those Legs Pumping
    (09-Dec-2011)
    After 60, you still use oxygen efficiently, study finds, but strength declines

  • More Americans Exercise, but Arthritis Can Get in the Way
    (08-Dec-2011)
    Significant numbers with the joint disease shy away from physical activity, CDC finds

  • Marathons May Damage Part of Heart: Study
    (07-Dec-2011)
    But this doesn't mean endurance sports are bad for you, researcher says

  • Marathons May Damage Part of Heart: Study
    (07-Dec-2011)
    But this doesn't mean endurance sports are bad for you, researcher says

  • Marathons May Damage Part of Heart: Study
    (07-Dec-2011)
    But this doesn't mean endurance sports are bad for you, researcher says

  • Marathons May Damage Part of Heart: Study
    (07-Dec-2011)
    But this doesn't mean endurance sports are bad for you, researcher says

  • Marathons May Damage Part of Heart: Study
    (07-Dec-2011)
    But this doesn't mean endurance sports are bad for you, researcher says

  • U.S. School Kids Often Miss Out on Recess, Study Finds
    (05-Dec-2011)
    Researchers urge mandated physical education, recess to give kids time for physical activity

  • U.S. School Kids Often Miss Out on Recess, Study Finds
    (05-Dec-2011)
    Researchers urge mandated physical education, recess to give kids time for physical activity

  • Fitness May Lower Death Risk Even Without Weight Loss
    (05-Dec-2011)
    Exercise benefit found in large study of white, middle-class men

  • Fitness May Lower Death Risk Even Without Weight Loss
    (05-Dec-2011)
    Exercise benefit found in large study of white, middle-class men

  • Girls More Prone Than Boys to Headaches After Head Injury
    (05-Dec-2011)
    They can last for months but in most cases will disappear, study finds

  • More Exercise Could Make For Better Sleep: Study
    (01-Dec-2011)
    Those getting 150 minutes' activity a week were less likely to report daytime fatigue

  • Circle of Friends Key to Adopting Healthy Habits: Study
    (01-Dec-2011)
    When people of similar age, sex, size buddied up online, they made gains, researchers say

  • Recovery From Concussions in Young Athletes May Take Longer Than Thought
    (30-Nov-2011)
    But most in small study returned to normal within a month

  • Could Soccer 'Headers' Cause Brain Injury?
    (29-Nov-2011)
    MRI study suggests repetitive hits might be harmful, but more research needed

  • One-Third of Firefighter Injuries Are Exercise-Induced: Study
    (26-Nov-2011)
    Sprains and strains most common injuries on the job

  • Meditation Can 'Turn Off' Regions of the Brain
    (22-Nov-2011)
    Brain imaging shows experienced meditators can prevent their minds from wandering

  • Physically Demanding Work Raises Heart Risk in Unfit Men: Study
    (21-Nov-2011)
    Being out of shape might boost workers' odds for heart attack, researchers say

  • Routine Head Hits in Sports May Injure Brain, Experts Warn
    (17-Nov-2011)
    Scans of young athletes reveal concussion-like damage from repeated mild blows

  • Healthy Heart Habits May Also Guard Against Cancer
    (16-Nov-2011)
    Good cholesterol, blood pressure levels and more appear to reduce tumor risk, study finds

  • Health Tip: Using a Pedometer
    (16-Nov-2011)
    Some handy suggestions

  • Women Marathon Runners Have Less Artery Plaque: Study
    (15-Nov-2011)
    Prior research had found male marathoners have more plaque than other men

  • Study Suggests Exercise May Help Memory of Fibromyalgia Patients
    (14-Nov-2011)
    The trial was small, however, and the researchers were hoping for better results

  • Too Few Doctors Screen Young Athletes for Hidden Heart Trouble
    (14-Nov-2011)
    Study of Washington state physicians, high school officials shows not enough are asking the right questions

  • Too Few Doctors Screen Young Athletes for Hidden Heart Trouble
    (14-Nov-2011)
    Study of Washington state physicians, high school officials shows not enough are asking the right questions

  • Former Football Players' Brains May Benefit From Healthy Lifestyle
    (11-Nov-2011)
    Better diet, more exercise might delay cognitive decline linked to head trauma, study says

  • Former Football Players' Brains May Benefit From Healthy Lifestyle
    (11-Nov-2011)
    Better diet, more exercise might delay cognitive decline linked to head trauma, study says

  • Former Football Players' Brains May Benefit From Healthy Lifestyle
    (11-Nov-2011)
    Better diet, more exercise might delay cognitive decline linked to head trauma, study says

  • New Guidelines Issued for Genetic Heart Disease
    (08-Nov-2011)
    Experts outline recommendations for treating hypertrophic cardiomyopathy

  • New Guidelines Issued for Genetic Heart Disease
    (08-Nov-2011)
    Experts outline recommendations for treating hypertrophic cardiomyopathy

  • Specialized Warm-Up May Reduce Girls' Knee Injuries
    (07-Nov-2011)
    Teams that practiced 'neuromuscular' training had lower injury rate, study finds

  • Runners Can Relax About Holiday Feasting: Study
    (07-Nov-2011)
    Choosing meat over fruit tends to boost waist size, but risk may be lower for high-mileage runners

  • Specialized Warm-Up May Reduce Girls' Knee Injuries
    (07-Nov-2011)
    Teams that practiced 'neuromuscular' training had lower injury rate, study finds

  • Runners Can Relax About Holiday Feasting: Study
    (07-Nov-2011)
    Choosing meat over fruit tends to boost waist size, but risk may be lower for high-mileage runners

  • Specialized Warm-Up May Reduce Girls' Knee Injuries
    (07-Nov-2011)
    Teams that practiced 'neuromuscular' training had lower injury rate, study finds

  • Specialized Warm-Up May Reduce Girls' Knee Injuries
    (07-Nov-2011)
    Teams that practiced 'neuromuscular' training had lower injury rate, study finds

  • Newer Not Necessarily Better for Football Helmet Design
    (04-Nov-2011)
    Comparison of old 'leatherhead' and modern polycarbonate helmets shows updates still needed

  • Newer Not Necessarily Better for Football Helmet Design
    (04-Nov-2011)
    Comparison of old 'leatherhead' and modern polycarbonate helmets shows updates still needed

  • Newer Not Necessarily Better for Football Helmet Design
    (04-Nov-2011)
    Comparison of old 'leatherhead' and modern polycarbonate helmets shows updates still needed

  • Too Much Sitting Raises Odds for Cancer: Study
    (03-Nov-2011)
    Sedentary hours at workplace as bad as couch-potato lifestyle at home

  • Older Americans Encouraged to Get Fit
    (02-Nov-2011)
    New 'Go4Life' program targets folks 50 and over

  • Overweight Teens Don't Seem to Grasp Weight Loss Rules
    (02-Nov-2011)
    Researchers find girls still drink sodas while exercising, and boys don't exercise at all

  • Exercise Might Help Thwart 'Obesity Gene'
    (01-Nov-2011)
    Researchers find genetic risk lower in those who stay physically active

  • Stomach Bug Easily Passed Among Pro Sports Teams: Report
    (31-Oct-2011)
    CDC researchers urge athletes, staff to take steps to prevent spread of norovirus

  • Health Tip: Get Into the Habit of Exercising
    (31-Oct-2011)
    Suggestions to make it part of your day

  • Yoga Gets Women With Back Pain Moving: Study
    (31-Oct-2011)
    But the British research did not show any more easing of discomfort with the technique

  • Stomach Bug Easily Passed Among Pro Sports Teams: Report
    (31-Oct-2011)
    CDC researchers urge athletes, staff to take steps to prevent spread of norovirus

  • Yoga Gets Women With Back Pain Moving: Study
    (31-Oct-2011)
    But the British research did not show any more easing of discomfort with the technique

  • Glaucoma Experts Eye Benefits of Exercise
    (30-Oct-2011)
    Moderate activity may reduce an important risk factor, study finds

  • Slower Walking Speed Linked to Surgical Risk in Elderly
    (27-Oct-2011)
    Before surgery, older patients should be assessed differently than younger patients, researchers say

  • Slower Walking Speed Linked to Surgical Risk in Elderly
    (27-Oct-2011)
    Before surgery, older patients should be assessed differently than younger patients, researchers say

  • Health Tip: Exercise for Stronger Knees
    (26-Oct-2011)
    Here are potential benefits

  • Yoga, Stretching Classes Outdo Self-Care for Back Pain: Study
    (24-Oct-2011)
    Weekly sessions led to less discomfort, medication

  • Yoga, Stretching Classes Outdo Self-Care for Back Pain: Study
    (24-Oct-2011)
    Weekly sessions led to less discomfort, medication

  • Nutrition, Hydration Tips Can Give Marathon Runners a Leg Up
    (22-Oct-2011)
    Expert offers guidelines on what to eat and drink while preparing and competing

  • Nutrition, Hydration Tips Can Give Marathon Runners a Leg Up
    (22-Oct-2011)
    Expert offers guidelines on what to eat and drink while preparing and competing

  • Nutrition, Hydration Tips Can Give Marathon Runners a Leg Up
    (22-Oct-2011)
    Expert offers guidelines on what to eat and drink while preparing and competing

  • Health Tip: Take Care to Prevent Stress Fractures
    (21-Oct-2011)
    Exercise carefully and don't ignore an injury

  • Hockey Fistfights Rarely Cause Injuries, Study Claims
    (21-Oct-2011)
    Punches thrown on solid ground pack more power, researchers say

  • Hockey Fistfights Rarely Cause Injuries, Study Claims
    (21-Oct-2011)
    Punches thrown on solid ground pack more power, researchers say

  • Hockey Fistfights Rarely Cause Injuries, Study Claims
    (21-Oct-2011)
    Punches thrown on solid ground pack more power, researchers say

  • Sperm Moves Best for Moderate Exercisers: Study
    (19-Oct-2011)
    Lighter or strenuous physical activity associated with less sperm motility

  • Overzealous Parents, Coaches Take the Fun From Kids' Sports
    (13-Oct-2011)
    The result: It might push children away from physical activity

  • Overzealous Parents, Coaches Take the Fun From Kids' Sports
    (13-Oct-2011)
    The result: It might push children away from physical activity

  • Neighborhoods With Busy Intersections Discourage Children's Play
    (13-Oct-2011)
    Study shows that kids who live in high traffic areas less active than those who live on quiet streets

  • Overzealous Parents, Coaches Take the Fun From Kids' Sports
    (13-Oct-2011)
    The result: It might push children away from physical activity

  • Overzealous Parents, Coaches Take the Fun From Kids' Sports
    (13-Oct-2011)
    The result: It might push children away from physical activity

  • Overzealous Parents, Coaches Take the Fun From Kids' Sports
    (13-Oct-2011)
    The result: It might push children away from physical activity

  • Regular Exercise Seems to Guard Against Migraine
    (12-Oct-2011)
    Study showed it worked as well as medication in preventing attacks

  • Health Tip: When Exercise Causes Hives
    (11-Oct-2011)
    Here are possible symptoms

  • Exercise Linked to Reduced Worker Productivity
    (10-Oct-2011)
    Highly stressed workers tend to exercise more, work less, study shows

  • Even Football Players Say It's OK to Cry, Sometimes
    (08-Oct-2011)
    But study finds they draw the line at sobbing

  • Bicycle May Speed Up Parkinson's Diagnosis
    (07-Oct-2011)
    Ability to ride a bike may help doctors distinguish between motor disorders, study says

  • Bicycle May Speed Up Parkinson's Diagnosis
    (07-Oct-2011)
    Ability to ride a bike may help doctors distinguish between motor disorders, study says

  • Health Tip: Taking Exercise to the Extreme
    (06-Oct-2011)
    Signs that you may be a compulsive exerciser

  • More Kids Treated for Concussions in ERs: CDC
    (06-Oct-2011)
    Increased awareness of traumatic brain injury may be driving this trend, researchers say

  • 3 Hours of Exercise Weekly Can Cut Men's Heart Risks
    (05-Oct-2011)
    Study found lowered risk related to higher levels of 'good' cholesterol

  • Exercise Tips for Breast Cancer Survivors
    (04-Oct-2011)
    Regular physical activity offers survivors a slew of physiological and psychological benefits, experts say

  • Health Tip: Getting a Sports Physical
    (04-Oct-2011)
    Why your child may need one

  • Obesity More Likely in 'Night-Owl' Kids
    (30-Sep-2011)
    Study shows youngsters who stay up late are more sedentary than early-to-bed types

  • Obesity More Likely in 'Night-Owl' Kids
    (30-Sep-2011)
    Study shows youngsters who stay up late are more sedentary than early-to-bed types

  • Cardiac Rehab May Help Heart Patients Live Longer
    (26-Sep-2011)
    Program that trains heart to return to normal beat rate after exercise is underutilized, experts say

  • Less Play Time = More Troubled Kids, Experts Say
    (22-Sep-2011)
    Adult interference may deprive children of needed challenges, not to mention fun

  • Scuba Diving May Help Paralyzed Vets
    (19-Sep-2011)
    Small study finds those who learned to dive experienced physical, mental improvements

  • Are Sports Obsessions Damaging Your Relationships?
    (18-Sep-2011)
    Fans' fixation is a problem when it interferes with real-world obligations, expert explains

  • Fall-Prone Seniors May Have Trouble Adjusting to Poorer Vision
    (16-Sep-2011)
    Some elderly may not alter their walking speed when their sight is impaired, study finds

  • Fall-Prone Seniors May Have Trouble Adjusting to Poorer Vision
    (16-Sep-2011)
    Some elderly may not alter their walking speed when their sight is impaired, study finds

  • Health Tip: Is Your Child Ready for a Tricycle?
    (15-Sep-2011)
    Heed these safety suggestions

  • Muscle Training May Benefit Chronic Heart Failure Patients
    (13-Sep-2011)
    Working out the small muscles helps boost oxygen flow, exercise capacity, study shows

  • Lifestyle Changes May Prevent Heart Failure
    (13-Sep-2011)
    Watching your weight, not smoking, exercising and eating your veggies top the list

  • Health Tip: Protect Against Sports Injuries
    (12-Sep-2011)
    Prepare yourself to play

  • Health Tip: Protect Against Sports Injuries
    (12-Sep-2011)
    Prepare yourself to play

  • College Football Players Get Bigger, Stronger With Age
    (09-Sep-2011)
    But they don't necessarily get faster

  • College Football Players Get Bigger, Stronger With Age
    (09-Sep-2011)
    But they don't necessarily get faster

  • Routine Chores Might Help Keep Dementia at Bay
    (06-Sep-2011)
    Study found seniors who expended most energy on daily duties less likely to have mental declines

  • Healthy Living Can Cut Chances of Developing Diabetes
    (06-Sep-2011)
    Study finds risk can be reduced up to 80 percent, researchers say

  • Routine Chores Might Help Keep Dementia at Bay
    (06-Sep-2011)
    Study found seniors who expended most energy on daily duties less likely to have mental declines

  • Health Tip: Use Your Home Gym Safely
    (05-Sep-2011)
    Suggestions to help avoid injury

  • Can't Find Time to Exercise? Schedule It, Experts Say
    (02-Sep-2011)
    Fitness goals, and health benefits they bring, seem to remain elusive for many Americans

  • To Get Up and Get Moving, Joining a Gym Might Help
    (02-Sep-2011)
    Classes, coaches, tracking and more can keep people on track, fitness expert says

  • Can't Find Time to Exercise? Schedule It, Experts Say
    (02-Sep-2011)
    Fitness goals, and health benefits they bring, seem to remain elusive for many Americans

  • To Get Up and Get Moving, Joining a Gym Might Help
    (02-Sep-2011)
    Classes, coaches, tracking and more can keep people on track, fitness expert says

  • To Get Up and Get Moving, Joining a Gym Might Help
    (02-Sep-2011)
    Classes, coaches, tracking and more can keep people on track, fitness expert says

  • Greater Exercise Intensity May Add Years to Life
    (01-Sep-2011)
    How hard you work out seems to trump how long you work out for boosting longevity, study says

  • Greater Exercise Intensity May Add Years to Life
    (01-Sep-2011)
    How hard you work out seems to trump how long you work out for boosting longevity, study says

  • Health Tip: Seniors, Prepare for Exercise
    (31-Aug-2011)
    Suggestions for getting started

  • Billie Jean King Says Exercise Your Best Shot Against Arthritis
    (31-Aug-2011)
    Try tennis or any activity you love to keep joints moving, she urges in new campaign

  • Billie Jean King Says Exercise Your Best Shot Against Arthritis
    (31-Aug-2011)
    Try tennis or any activity you love to keep joints moving, she urges in new campaign

  • Health Tip: Reduce Your Risk of Overuse Injury
    (30-Aug-2011)
    Take it easy while running

  • Jogging Beats Weight Lifting for Losing Belly Fat: Study
    (26-Aug-2011)
    Compared with resistance training, aerobic exercise burns 67% more calories, research shows

  • Walk-to-School Programs Put Kids' Fitness First
    (26-Aug-2011)
    In study, Texas communities involved parent volunteers to get youngsters more active

  • Jogging Beats Weight Lifting for Losing Belly Fat: Study
    (26-Aug-2011)
    Compared with resistance training, aerobic exercise burns 67% more calories, research shows

  • Realistic Activity Goals Seem to Ease Arthritis Pain, Study Finds
    (25-Aug-2011)
    Belief in ability to do exercise, and following through, can improve life for rheumatoid arthritis patients

  • Health Tip: Exercise to Help Your Heart and Lungs
    (23-Aug-2011)
    Aerobic exercises include walking, swimming, running, biking and hiking

  • Health Tip: Create a Well-Rounded Exercise Regimen
    (22-Aug-2011)
    Here's what it should include

  • Marriage May Do a Heart Good for Bypass Surgery
    (22-Aug-2011)
    Study finds post-op survival rises for those in committed relationships

  • Healthy Behaviors Will Help You Live Longer: CDC
    (18-Aug-2011)
    Don't smoke, eat healthy meals, exercise regularly and limit alcohol, researchers say

  • Health Tip: Get the Right Fit for Athletic Shoes
    (17-Aug-2011)
    Suggestions for choosing the right pair

  • Sprained Ankles Straining ER Resources, Study Finds
    (17-Aug-2011)
    Researchers argue for other approaches to treatment, such as emergency doctor visits

  • A Little Exercise Goes a Long Way to Cut Disease, Death Risk
    (16-Aug-2011)
    Even 15 minutes a day seems to increase life expectancy, researchers say

  • Too Much TV May Take Years Off Your Life
    (16-Aug-2011)
    The reason, experts say, might be that people eat more, move less when in front of the tube

  • Too Much TV May Take Years Off Your Life
    (16-Aug-2011)
    The reason, experts say, might be that people eat more, move less when in front of the tube

  • Heat Safety Precautions May Save Student Athletes
    (13-Aug-2011)
    As practice resumes, players need to defend themselves from the elements

  • Heat Safety Precautions May Save Student Athletes
    (13-Aug-2011)
    As practice resumes, players need to defend themselves from the elements

  • Heat Safety Precautions May Save Student Athletes
    (13-Aug-2011)
    As practice resumes, players need to defend themselves from the elements

  • Cardiologists Often Miss Heart Defects in Young Athletes: Study
    (12-Aug-2011)
    Screening to prevent sudden cardiac death is difficult and may lead to bad calls, researchers say

  • Many Arthritis Patients May Not Be Exercising Enough
    (12-Aug-2011)
    More than half of women, 40% of men were deemed 'couch potatoes' by researchers

  • Personal Feedback May Aid Fitness Progress
    (10-Aug-2011)
    Researchers show that daily reinforcement helps adults stick to their exercise goals

  • Pumping Iron Helps Smokers Quit Without Weight Gain: Study
    (10-Aug-2011)
    Those who lifted weights regularly were twice as likely to kick the habit, researchers found

  • Personal Feedback May Aid Fitness Progress
    (10-Aug-2011)
    Researchers show that daily reinforcement helps adults stick to their exercise goals

  • Pumping Iron Helps Smokers Quit Without Weight Gain: Study
    (10-Aug-2011)
    Those who lifted weights regularly were twice as likely to kick the habit, researchers found

  • Regular Exercise Helps Keep Leg Arteries Clear
    (09-Aug-2011)
    Those who are active throughout their life at lower risk for peripheral arterial disease: study

  • Regular Exercise Helps Keep Leg Arteries Clear
    (09-Aug-2011)
    Those who are active throughout their life at lower risk for peripheral arterial disease: study

  • Kids Can Safely Play Sports in Hot Weather: Experts
    (08-Aug-2011)
    Updated American Academy of Pediatrics policy statement stresses risk reduction

  • NASCAR Pit Crews Need Strength, Stamina, Too
    (05-Aug-2011)
    It's not just the drivers who need athletic ability to be good at what they do, study finds

  • With Age, Focus on Body Shifts From Appearance to Function
    (05-Aug-2011)
    In study, exercise's biggest psychological boost came from improved health and ability, not attractiveness

  • NASCAR Pit Crews Need Strength, Stamina, Too
    (05-Aug-2011)
    It's not just the drivers who need athletic ability to be good at what they do, study finds

  • With Age, Focus on Body Shifts From Appearance to Function
    (05-Aug-2011)
    In study, exercise's biggest psychological boost came from improved health and ability, not attractiveness

  • Health Tip: Skate Safely
    (03-Aug-2011)
    In-line skating suggestions

  • Many Kids Now Engage in Media 'Multi-Tasking'
    (03-Aug-2011)
    Filling every empty moment, they switch between phones, TV, computers, UK study finds

  • Health Tip: Skate Safely
    (03-Aug-2011)
    In-line skating suggestions

  • Regular Exercise Boosts the Brain, Too
    (02-Aug-2011)
    Physical activity helps the brain develop and stay sharp, research shows

  • Post-Heart Attack Exercise May Depend on Where You Live
    (02-Aug-2011)
    Poor areas often lack places for survivors to be active, study finds

  • Regular Exercise Boosts the Brain, Too
    (02-Aug-2011)
    Physical activity helps the brain develop and stay sharp, research shows

  • Even a Little Exercise Helps the Heart, Study Finds
    (01-Aug-2011)
    And the benefits are greater for women than for men, researchers say

  • Pro Golfers Reveal 'Biomechanical Differences' in Swing
    (31-Jul-2011)
    Findings may help thwart injuries, enable amateurs to improve, researchers say

  • Pro Golfers Reveal 'Biomechanical Differences' in Swing
    (31-Jul-2011)
    Findings may help thwart injuries, enable amateurs to improve, researchers say

  • Pro Golfers Reveal 'Biomechanical Differences' in Swing
    (31-Jul-2011)
    Findings may help thwart injuries, enable amateurs to improve, researchers say

  • Concussion Project Finds Disease in Two Autopsied Brains
    (29-Jul-2011)
    Canadian researchers aim to boost understanding of how repeated head injuries change brain

  • Coaches Can Play Big Role in How Kids Feel About Sports
    (28-Jul-2011)
    Best ones foster team spirit, encourage kids to strive for personal best, study finds

  • Coaches Can Play Big Role in How Kids Feel About Sports
    (28-Jul-2011)
    Best ones foster team spirit, encourage kids to strive for personal best, study finds

  • Building Muscle May Reduce Diabetes Risk, Study Says
    (28-Jul-2011)
    Any effort to get fit is laudable, expert notes

  • Coaches Can Play Big Role in How Kids Feel About Sports
    (28-Jul-2011)
    Best ones foster team spirit, encourage kids to strive for personal best, study finds

  • Coaches Can Play Big Role in How Kids Feel About Sports
    (28-Jul-2011)
    Best ones foster team spirit, encourage kids to strive for personal best, study finds

  • Building Muscle May Reduce Diabetes Risk, Study Says
    (28-Jul-2011)
    Any effort to get fit is laudable, expert notes

  • Coaches Can Play Big Role in How Kids Feel About Sports
    (28-Jul-2011)
    Best ones foster team spirit, encourage kids to strive for personal best, study finds

  • Menopause Does Not Boost Diabetes Risk, Study Finds
    (27-Jul-2011)
    Exercise and weight control can cut the odds for older women even further, researchers say

  • Teen Athletes at Greater Risk for Osteoarthritis: Study
    (25-Jul-2011)
    Those playing high-intensity sports more than 10 times as likely to have impaired hip function

  • Teen Athletes at Greater Risk for Osteoarthritis: Study
    (25-Jul-2011)
    Those playing high-intensity sports more than 10 times as likely to have impaired hip function

  • Teen Athletes at Greater Risk for Osteoarthritis: Study
    (25-Jul-2011)
    Those playing high-intensity sports more than 10 times as likely to have impaired hip function

  • Summer Heat Holds Potential Danger for Young Athletes
    (23-Jul-2011)
    Keeping kids hydrated is most important safety measure, doctor advises

  • Common Swimming Injuries Often Avoidable
    (23-Jul-2011)
    Overuse a frequent cause of shoulder pain in competitive swimmers, expert says

  • Summer Heat Holds Potential Danger for Young Athletes
    (23-Jul-2011)
    Keeping kids hydrated is most important safety measure, doctor advises

  • Common Swimming Injuries Often Avoidable
    (23-Jul-2011)
    Overuse a frequent cause of shoulder pain in competitive swimmers, expert says

  • Common Swimming Injuries Often Avoidable
    (23-Jul-2011)
    Overuse a frequent cause of shoulder pain in competitive swimmers, expert says

  • Extreme Heat Calls for Smarter Workouts
    (22-Jul-2011)
    Expert shares tips for exercising safely during heat wave

  • Medieval Armor Drained Soldier's Energy, Study Finds
    (22-Jul-2011)
    Heavy steel body armor interfered with soldiers' ability to breathe during battle, researchers say

  • Extreme Heat Calls for Smarter Workouts
    (22-Jul-2011)
    Expert shares tips for exercising safely during heat wave

  • Extreme Heat Calls for Smarter Workouts
    (22-Jul-2011)
    Expert shares tips for exercising safely during heat wave

  • High-Tech Football Helmets Gauge Force of Collision
    (20-Jul-2011)
    Researchers use data to better understand impact injuries

  • High-Tech Football Helmets Gauge Force of Collision
    (20-Jul-2011)
    Researchers use data to better understand impact injuries

  • High-Tech Football Helmets Gauge Force of Collision
    (20-Jul-2011)
    Researchers use data to better understand impact injuries

  • Health Tip: Swim to Get Fit
    (20-Jul-2011)
    But take precautions to prevent injury

  • Health Tip: Get Kids Moving
    (19-Jul-2011)
    Ways to encourage physical activity

  • More Evidence That Exercise May Keep The Brain Sharp
    (19-Jul-2011)
    Even if you start late in life, physical activity can help preserve mental ability, study finds

  • Lifestyle Changes Might Prevent Millions of Cases of Alzheimer's
    (19-Jul-2011)
    Study says that even a 25% drop in factors like obesity, smoking could cut 500,000 U.S. cases

  • Ex-NFL Players May Face Higher Brain Damage Risk, Study Says
    (18-Jul-2011)
    But there's no proof of cause-and-effect, experts say, calling for more research

  • The Cycling Stud Who Shed His Couch Potato Skin
    (15-Jul-2011)
    Writer, who once flirted with type 2 diabetes, completes grueling two-day, 200-mile marathon

  • Rigorous Exercise May Boost Benefits of Weight-Loss Surgery
    (15-Jul-2011)
    Bariatric patients can improve physical fitness with regular workouts, study finds

  • The Cycling Stud Who Shed His Couch Potato Skin
    (15-Jul-2011)
    Writer, who once flirted with type 2 diabetes, completes grueling two-day, 200-mile marathon

  • Rigorous Exercise May Boost Benefits of Weight-Loss Surgery
    (15-Jul-2011)
    Bariatric patients can improve physical fitness with regular workouts, study finds

  • Health Tip: Benefitting From Cross-Training
    (14-Jul-2011)
    Here's why it may be good for you

  • Mobile Sensors Track Health of Elderly in Pilot Test
    (13-Jul-2011)
    Small study found the technology useful for monitoring behavior, physical health

  • Mobile Sensors Track Health of Elderly in Pilot Test
    (13-Jul-2011)
    Small study found the technology useful for monitoring behavior, physical health

  • Physical Activity Levels Linked to Employment Status
    (12-Jul-2011)
    Men's and women's exercise levels affected differently by being unemployed, study finds

  • Older Adults Have to Exercise More to Maintain Muscle Size, Study Finds
    (11-Jul-2011)
    But resistance training once a week kept up strength, researchers found

  • Older Adults Have to Exercise More to Maintain Muscle Size, Study Finds
    (11-Jul-2011)
    But resistance training once a week kept up strength, researchers found

  • Alcohol, Water Sports Can Be Deadly Mix
    (10-Jul-2011)
    Experts urge swimmers, boaters, surfers not to drink during water activities

  • Alcohol, Water Sports Can Be Deadly Mix
    (10-Jul-2011)
    Experts urge swimmers, boaters, surfers not to drink during water activities

  • Alcohol, Water Sports Can Be Deadly Mix
    (10-Jul-2011)
    Experts urge swimmers, boaters, surfers not to drink during water activities

  • Alcohol, Water Sports Can Be Deadly Mix
    (10-Jul-2011)
    Experts urge swimmers, boaters, surfers not to drink during water activities

  • Alcohol, Water Sports Can Be Deadly Mix
    (10-Jul-2011)
    Experts urge swimmers, boaters, surfers not to drink during water activities

  • Parents Can Help Stop Spread of Water Park Illnesses
    (09-Jul-2011)
    Having your child shower before entering pool is first big step, experts say

  • Ankle Braces May Protect Young Basketball Players
    (08-Jul-2011)
    Study found they reduced the number of sprains and fractures high school athletes suffer

  • California's Rural Elderly Have High Rates of Chronic Illness
    (08-Jul-2011)
    Their urban, suburban counterparts enjoy better health, researchers find

  • Losing Weight, Keeping It Off Can Be Two Different Worlds
    (08-Jul-2011)
    Researchers find distinct strategies work for each but not both

  • Men Who Smoke at Lower Risk of Joint Replacement: Study
    (08-Jul-2011)
    Extra pounds, vigorous exercise linked to severe knee, hip problems, research also indicates

  • Golf-Cart Head Injuries on the Upswing, Study Finds
    (08-Jul-2011)
    Researchers surprised to find alcohol involved in many cases

  • Men Seem More Likely Than Women to Develop Hole in Knee Cartilage
    (07-Jul-2011)
    Damage, which tends to occur after ACL injury, raises risk for osteoarthritis, researchers say

  • Teen Athletes Should Get Concussion Test Score Before Play
    (07-Jul-2011)
    Results from assessment tool, head injury history helpful to have on record, research suggests

  • U.S. Obesity Epidemic Continues to Spread
    (07-Jul-2011)
    Report finds South with highest rates, but no state showed a decline over the last year

  • Teen Athletes Should Get Concussion Test Score Before Play
    (07-Jul-2011)
    Results from assessment tool, head injury history helpful to have on record, research suggests

  • Men Seem More Likely Than Women to Develop Hole in Knee Cartilage
    (07-Jul-2011)
    Damage, which tends to occur after ACL injury, raises risk for osteoarthritis, researchers say

  • Teen Athletes Should Get Concussion Test Score Before Play
    (07-Jul-2011)
    Results from assessment tool, head injury history helpful to have on record, research suggests

  • Men Seem More Likely Than Women to Develop Hole in Knee Cartilage
    (07-Jul-2011)
    Damage, which tends to occur after ACL injury, raises risk for osteoarthritis, researchers say

  • Teen Athletes Should Get Concussion Test Score Before Play
    (07-Jul-2011)
    Results from assessment tool, head injury history helpful to have on record, research suggests

  • Urban, Low-Income Kids More Likely to Walk or Bike to School
    (06-Jul-2011)
    It's an easy, affordable way to get more physical activity into the day, researchers say

  • Urban, Low-Income Kids More Likely to Walk or Bike to School
    (06-Jul-2011)
    It's an easy, affordable way to get more physical activity into the day, researchers say

  • Healthy Lifestyle May Ward Off Sudden Cardiac Death in Women
    (05-Jul-2011)
    Exercise, staying slim and eating right were associated with a 92 percent decrease in risk

  • Massage Beats Meds for Lower Back Pain, Study Says
    (05-Jul-2011)
    Both relaxation and structural massage worked in the short term, researchers report

  • Too Much Sitting May Double Women's Risk of Blood Clots
    (05-Jul-2011)
    Researchers report link between life-threatening pulmonary embolism and inactive lifestyle

  • How to Stay Hydrated in Hot Weather
    (02-Jul-2011)
    Figuring out your personal 'sweat rate' is the secret to avoiding dehydration, expert says

  • College Players' Hoop Dreams May Get Boost From Extra Zzz's
    (01-Jul-2011)
    Catching 10 hours of sleep each night had on-court advantages, study finds

  • College Players' Hoop Dreams May Get Boost From Extra Zzz's
    (01-Jul-2011)
    Catching 10 hours of sleep each night had on-court advantages, study finds

  • Health Tip: Warm Up Before Exercise
    (30-Jun-2011)
    Stretching key to avoiding injury

  • Preventing Type 2 Diabetes Saves Money: Study
    (28-Jun-2011)
    Preventive drug therapy saved money too, but wasn't as effective as lifestyle changes

  • Lifestyle Changes Might Alter Breast Cancer Rates
    (27-Jun-2011)
    Study authors recommend drinking less, exercising more and losing weight

  • After Diabetes Diagnosis, Concentrate on Dietary Changes, Study Says
    (27-Jun-2011)
    Exercise made little difference in first year of treatment, researchers found

  • Athletes May Benefit From Shorter, Less Intense Warm-Ups
    (24-Jun-2011)
    Strenuous exercise before race may diminish performance, researchers say

  • Athletes May Benefit From Shorter, Less Intense Warm-Ups
    (24-Jun-2011)
    Strenuous exercise before race may diminish performance, researchers say

  • Athletes May Benefit From Shorter, Less Intense Warm-Ups
    (24-Jun-2011)
    Strenuous exercise before race may diminish performance, researchers say

  • Exhausting Surf Rescues Don't Affect Lifeguards' CPR Skills
    (24-Jun-2011)
    Small Swedish study found that extreme exertion had no impact on lifesaving capability

  • Exhausting Surf Rescues Don't Affect Lifeguards' CPR Skills
    (24-Jun-2011)
    Small Swedish study found that extreme exertion had no impact on lifesaving capability

  • Ways to Curb Childhood Obesity Outlined in U.S. Report
    (23-Jun-2011)
    Identify overweight kids, encourage more activity, promote good sleep habits, experts say

  • Ways to Curb Childhood Obesity Outlined in U.S. Report
    (23-Jun-2011)
    Identify overweight kids, encourage more activity, promote good sleep habits, experts say

  • Chips, Fries, Soda Most to Blame for Long-Term Weight Gain
    (22-Jun-2011)
    Study finds more exercise, less fast food could help curb obesity epidemic

  • Experts Issue Guidelines on Safe Weight Loss for Athletes
    (21-Jun-2011)
    Taking drastic measures to shed pounds to perform better harms health, they add

  • Experts Issue Guidelines on Safe Weight Loss for Athletes
    (21-Jun-2011)
    Taking drastic measures to shed pounds to perform better harms health, they add

  • Experts Issue Guidelines on Safe Weight Loss for Athletes
    (21-Jun-2011)
    Taking drastic measures to shed pounds to perform better harms health, they add

  • Experts Issue Guidelines on Safe Weight Loss for Athletes
    (21-Jun-2011)
    Taking drastic measures to shed pounds to perform better harms health, they add

  • Results of Bodychecking in Youth Hockey Examined
    (20-Jun-2011)
    Canadian study finds injury rates at age 13-14 don't depend on age when kids began bodychecking

  • Portable Pools Pose Drowning Risk for Young Kids
    (20-Jun-2011)
    Not even shallow wading pools are safe, experts say

  • High School Kids Get Too Many Sugary Drinks, Too Little Exercise: CDC
    (16-Jun-2011)
    Only one in 10 kids meets federal goals for fitness, study reveals

  • New U.S. Health Initiative Highlights Disease Prevention
    (16-Jun-2011)
    Multi-agency effort will focus on encouraging exercise, healthy eating

  • Hey, Batter: Your Sleep Habit May Affect Your Swing
    (13-Jun-2011)
    Study finds night owls hit better than morning larks in night games

  • Hey, Batter: Your Sleep Habit May Affect Your Swing
    (13-Jun-2011)
    Study finds night owls hit better than morning larks in night games

  • Hey, Batter: Your Sleep Habit May Affect Your Swing
    (13-Jun-2011)
    Study finds night owls hit better than morning larks in night games

  • Validity of Baseline Concussion Tests Questioned
    (12-Jun-2011)
    'False-negative' results could endanger injured players, researcher says

  • Validity of Baseline Concussion Tests Questioned
    (12-Jun-2011)
    'False-negative' results could endanger injured players, researcher says

  • Validity of Baseline Concussion Tests Questioned
    (12-Jun-2011)
    'False-negative' results could endanger injured players, researcher says

  • Health Tip: Prevent Runner's Knee
    (09-Jun-2011)
    Help protect this sensitive joint

  • Walking the Dog Benefits You, Too
    (09-Jun-2011)
    Daily outings help control your blood pressure and weight, experts say

  • Health Tip: Prevent Runner's Knee
    (09-Jun-2011)
    Help protect this sensitive joint

  • Walking the Dog Benefits You, Too
    (09-Jun-2011)
    Daily outings help control your blood pressure and weight, experts say

  • Regular Exercise May Benefit the Brain as Well as the Body
    (08-Jun-2011)
    Long-term aerobic activity helps preserve white matter needed for key brain functions, study finds

  • Exercise May Protect the Brain From 'Silent Strokes'
    (08-Jun-2011)
    Moderate to intense physical activity cuts seniors' risk by 40 percent, study finds

  • Exercise May Protect the Brain From 'Silent Strokes'
    (08-Jun-2011)
    Moderate to intense physical activity cuts seniors' risk by 40 percent, study finds

  • Regular Exercise May Benefit the Brain as Well as the Body
    (08-Jun-2011)
    Long-term aerobic activity helps preserve white matter needed for key brain functions, study finds

  • Exercise May Protect the Brain From 'Silent Strokes'
    (08-Jun-2011)
    Moderate to intense physical activity cuts seniors' risk by 40 percent, study finds

  • Impaired Heart Function Seen in Teens With Type 2 Diabetes
    (08-Jun-2011)
    Scans showed poor blood flow during exercise compared with other study participants

  • Exercise May Protect the Brain From 'Silent Strokes'
    (08-Jun-2011)
    Moderate to intense physical activity cuts seniors' risk by 40 percent, study finds

  • Exercise May Protect the Brain From 'Silent Strokes'
    (08-Jun-2011)
    Moderate to intense physical activity cuts seniors' risk by 40 percent, study finds

  • Exercise May Protect the Brain From 'Silent Strokes'
    (08-Jun-2011)
    Moderate to intense physical activity cuts seniors' risk by 40 percent, study finds

  • Exercise May Protect the Brain From 'Silent Strokes'
    (08-Jun-2011)
    Moderate to intense physical activity cuts seniors' risk by 40 percent, study finds

  • Exercise May Protect the Brain From 'Silent Strokes'
    (08-Jun-2011)
    Moderate to intense physical activity cuts seniors' risk by 40 percent, study finds

  • Exercise May Protect the Brain From 'Silent Strokes'
    (08-Jun-2011)
    Moderate to intense physical activity cuts seniors' risk by 40 percent, study finds

  • Exercise May Protect the Brain From 'Silent Strokes'
    (08-Jun-2011)
    Moderate to intense physical activity cuts seniors' risk by 40 percent, study finds

  • Exercise Helps Men Battling Diabetes and Sleep Apnea
    (06-Jun-2011)
    Low fitness level linked to higher risk of death among males with both conditions, study finds

  • Exercise Helps Men Battling Diabetes and Sleep Apnea
    (06-Jun-2011)
    Low fitness level linked to higher risk of death among males with both conditions, study finds

  • Used Football Faceshields May Break on Impact
    (03-Jun-2011)
    College football programs have no universal policy for routine replacement, research shows

  • Having More Toys May Boost Exercise Levels in Kids
    (03-Jun-2011)
    Playtime physical activity rises along with number of playthings to choose from, study finds

  • Concussions Tied to Verbal Memory Loss in Young Athletes
    (03-Jun-2011)
    College football, soccer players show signs of decreased brain function after head injury: study

  • Fit Doctors More Likely to Prescribe Exercise: Study
    (03-Jun-2011)
    Healthy med students tend to say exercise counseling will play role in their future practice

  • Hula-Hoop Might Help Shed Unwanted Pounds
    (03-Jun-2011)
    'Hooping' is the equivalent of walking about 4 miles per hour, researchers report

  • Used Football Faceshields May Break on Impact
    (03-Jun-2011)
    College football programs have no universal policy for routine replacement, research shows

  • Fit Doctors More Likely to Prescribe Exercise: Study
    (03-Jun-2011)
    Healthy med students tend to say exercise counseling will play role in their future practice

  • Used Football Faceshields May Break on Impact
    (03-Jun-2011)
    College football programs have no universal policy for routine replacement, research shows

  • Concussions Tied to Verbal Memory Loss in Young Athletes
    (03-Jun-2011)
    College football, soccer players show signs of decreased brain function after head injury: study

  • Experts Recommend Cardiac Screening for College Athletes
    (01-Jun-2011)
    1 in 4 tested had heart abnormality or symptoms that required further screening, study finds

  • Experts Recommend Cardiac Screening for College Athletes
    (01-Jun-2011)
    1 in 4 tested had heart abnormality or symptoms that required further screening, study finds

  • Experts Recommend Cardiac Screening for College Athletes
    (01-Jun-2011)
    1 in 4 tested had heart abnormality or symptoms that required further screening, study finds

  • Health Tip: Overdoing Dieting or Exercise
    (31-May-2011)
    Too much of good thing

  • Fatal Black Bear Attacks Rare But Rising
    (29-May-2011)
    Data reveals human population growth is accompanied by an increase in deadly bear attacks

  • What I Did On My Summer Vacation
    (28-May-2011)
    Make sure 'Watching TV' isn't their most memorable activity

  • On-the-Job Activity Boosts Americans' Exercise Levels
    (27-May-2011)
    Certain groups more likely to meet fitness guidelines when work-related exercise is considered

  • On-the-Job Activity Boosts Americans' Exercise Levels
    (27-May-2011)
    Certain groups more likely to meet fitness guidelines when work-related exercise is considered

  • Speed, Size Predict Teen Football Players' Rankings
    (26-May-2011)
    On average, highly recruited high schoolers' 40-yard sprint time was 0.08 seconds faster

  • Sedentary Jobs Helping to Drive Obesity Epidemic
    (26-May-2011)
    Study found increase in desk jobs means Americans burning almost 150 calories less a day

  • Speed, Size Predict Teen Football Players' Rankings
    (26-May-2011)
    On average, highly recruited high schoolers' 40-yard sprint time was 0.08 seconds faster

  • Speed, Size Predict Teen Football Players' Rankings
    (26-May-2011)
    On average, highly recruited high schoolers' 40-yard sprint time was 0.08 seconds faster

  • Stroke Patients May Regain Function Just as Easily at Home
    (25-May-2011)
    High-tech 'locomotor' training no better for walking improvement, study finds

  • Stroke Patients May Regain Function Just as Easily at Home
    (25-May-2011)
    High-tech 'locomotor' training no better for walking improvement, study finds

  • Stroke Patients May Regain Function Just as Easily at Home
    (25-May-2011)
    High-tech 'locomotor' training no better for walking improvement, study finds

  • A Cultured Man Is a Healthier, Happier Man: Study
    (24-May-2011)
    Museums, art galleries, ballet may enhance men's well-being even more than women's

  • Twin Cities Take Top Ranking for Healthy Living
    (24-May-2011)
    Fitness index finds residents are exercising more, smoking less than those in other U.S. cities

  • Twin Cities Take Top Ranking for Healthy Living
    (24-May-2011)
    Fitness index finds residents are exercising more, smoking less than those in other U.S. cities

  • Regular Brisk Walks May Protect Prostate Cancer Patients
    (24-May-2011)
    Study found those who took them lowered chances of disease progression, death

  • Beware of 'Second-Impact Syndrome' After Concussions
    (22-May-2011)
    It can occur when athletes return to play too quickly after head injury

  • Football Players Urged to Beat the Heat
    (21-May-2011)
    Get acclimated, avoid heat illness by training outdoors over summer, expert says

  • Keeping Cool in the Heat
    (21-May-2011)
    Experts caution that everyone should take steps to prevent heat-related problems

  • Football Players Urged to Beat the Heat
    (21-May-2011)
    Get acclimated, avoid heat illness by training outdoors over summer, expert says

  • Keeping Cool in the Heat
    (21-May-2011)
    Experts caution that everyone should take steps to prevent heat-related problems

  • Swimmer's Ear Costs Up to $500 Million a Year in U.S.
    (19-May-2011)
    Take steps to prevent this common water-related infection, CDC advises

  • Health Tip: Remind Children and Teens of Pedestrian Safety
    (19-May-2011)
    Suggestions to help prevent an accident

  • Swimmer's Ear Costs Up to $500 Million a Year in U.S.
    (19-May-2011)
    Take steps to prevent this common water-related infection, CDC advises

  • Health Tip: Protect Feet From Fungus
    (18-May-2011)
    Careful care can prevent infection

  • Tai Chi Prevents Falls, Boosts Mental Health in Seniors: Study
    (17-May-2011)
    But the gentle form of exercise doesn't relieve symptoms of cancer, arthritis, researchers find

  • Tai Chi Prevents Falls, Boosts Mental Health in Seniors: Study
    (17-May-2011)
    But the gentle form of exercise doesn't relieve symptoms of cancer, arthritis, researchers find

  • Tai Chi Prevents Falls, Boosts Mental Health in Seniors: Study
    (17-May-2011)
    But the gentle form of exercise doesn't relieve symptoms of cancer, arthritis, researchers find

  • Cardiac Rehab Can Boost Survival After Angioplasty, Study Finds
    (16-May-2011)
    But not enough patients take advantage of these programs, experts say

  • Teaching Kids to Make Healthier Choices May Pay Off
    (13-May-2011)
    After 4-year program in Michigan middle school, health measures improved, study reports

  • Health Tip: Avoid Overtraining
    (12-May-2011)
    Signs that you may have overdone it

  • Health Tip: Avoid Overtraining
    (12-May-2011)
    Signs that you may have overdone it

  • Doctors Prescribing Meditation, Yoga More Often
    (12-May-2011)
    Study authors say earlier use of such treatments might benefit health-care system

  • Even a Little Exercise May Protect Against Colon Polyps
    (09-May-2011)
    Study found just one hour a week made a difference in risk

  • Even a Little Exercise May Protect Against Colon Polyps
    (09-May-2011)
    Study found just one hour a week made a difference in risk

  • Some College Athletes More Prone to GI Disorders
    (09-May-2011)
    High-intensity sports such as lacrosse or rowing seem to boost risk, study finds

  • Even a Little Exercise May Protect Against Colon Polyps
    (09-May-2011)
    Study found just one hour a week made a difference in risk

  • Americans Walking, Biking a Bit More, Research Shows
    (06-May-2011)
    Yet participation in both healthy activities is still too low, experts say

  • Everyday Exercise Can Help Kids With Cystic Fibrosis: Study
    (06-May-2011)
    Taking walks, dancing, shooting hoops improved fitness, lung function in patients

  • Americans Walking, Biking a Bit More, Research Shows
    (06-May-2011)
    Yet participation in both healthy activities is still too low, experts say

  • Everyday Exercise Can Help Kids With Cystic Fibrosis: Study
    (06-May-2011)
    Taking walks, dancing, shooting hoops improved fitness, lung function in patients

  • Health Tip: After You Run a Marathon
    (06-May-2011)
    Easy does it

  • Everyday Exercise Can Help Kids With Cystic Fibrosis: Study
    (06-May-2011)
    Taking walks, dancing, shooting hoops improved fitness, lung function in patients

  • Americans Walking, Biking a Bit More, Research Shows
    (06-May-2011)
    Yet participation in both healthy activities is still too low, experts say

  • Cardiac Arrest Less Deadly in Exercise Facilities, Study Finds
    (05-May-2011)
    50% of victims survived, compared with 36% in other indoor public places

  • Cardiac Arrest Less Deadly in Exercise Facilities, Study Finds
    (05-May-2011)
    50% of victims survived, compared with 36% in other indoor public places

  • Cardiac Arrest Less Deadly in Exercise Facilities, Study Finds
    (05-May-2011)
    50% of victims survived, compared with 36% in other indoor public places

  • Cardiac Arrest Less Deadly in Exercise Facilities, Study Finds
    (05-May-2011)
    50% of victims survived, compared with 36% in other indoor public places

  • Sex, Coffee May Boost Risk of Brain Aneurysm Rupture: Study
    (05-May-2011)
    Activities that raise blood pressure appear to be the cause, researcher suggests

  • Screening Teens' Hearts Could Be Lifesaving
    (05-May-2011)
    Researcher calls ECG test a 'no-brainer' for athletes but sees benefits for all

  • Cardiac Arrest Less Deadly in Exercise Facilities, Study Finds
    (05-May-2011)
    50% of victims survived, compared with 36% in other indoor public places

  • Cardiac Arrest Less Deadly in Exercise Facilities, Study Finds
    (05-May-2011)
    50% of victims survived, compared with 36% in other indoor public places

  • Football Legend Steve Young Urges Kids, Parents to Play It Safe
    (04-May-2011)
    Experts offer tips on how to help prevent youth sports injuries

  • Football Legend Steve Young Urges Kids, Parents to Play It Safe
    (04-May-2011)
    Experts offer tips on how to help prevent youth sports injuries

  • To Feel Better, Exercise Harder: Study
    (04-May-2011)
    Mood improves more after vigorous exercise, researchers find

  • Football Legend Steve Young Urges Kids, Parents to Play It Safe
    (04-May-2011)
    Experts offer tips on how to help prevent youth sports injuries

  • Football Legend Steve Young Urges Kids, Parents to Play It Safe
    (04-May-2011)
    Experts offer tips on how to help prevent youth sports injuries

  • Structured Exercise Programs Help Lower Blood Sugar, Study Finds
    (03-May-2011)
    People with type 2 diabetes benefited most from supervised activity, analysis finds

  • Structured Exercise Programs Help Lower Blood Sugar, Study Finds
    (03-May-2011)
    People with type 2 diabetes benefited most from supervised activity, analysis finds

  • Structured Exercise Programs Help Lower Blood Sugar, Study Finds
    (03-May-2011)
    People with type 2 diabetes benefited most from supervised activity, analysis finds

  • Kids Specializing in One Sport More Likely to Get Hurt: Study
    (02-May-2011)
    Growing bodies more vulnerable to repetitive injuries, intense play, researchers say

  • Exercising While Learning Boosts Test Scores, Study Finds
    (02-May-2011)
    When physical activity was combined with academic skills, elementary students retained more

  • Survey Finds Many Young Adults Oblivious to Heart Health
    (02-May-2011)
    As obesity and other risk factors rise, many believe stroke and heart disease won't affect them

  • Survey Finds Many Young Adults Oblivious to Heart Health
    (02-May-2011)
    As obesity and other risk factors rise, many believe stroke and heart disease won't affect them

  • Kids Specializing in One Sport More Likely to Get Hurt: Study
    (02-May-2011)
    Growing bodies more vulnerable to repetitive injuries, intense play, researchers say

  • Kids Specializing in One Sport More Likely to Get Hurt: Study
    (02-May-2011)
    Growing bodies more vulnerable to repetitive injuries, intense play, researchers say

  • Kids Specializing in One Sport More Likely to Get Hurt: Study
    (02-May-2011)
    Growing bodies more vulnerable to repetitive injuries, intense play, researchers say

  • Frailty Prevalence May Rise Throughout Adulthood
    (26-Apr-2011)
    It's not limited to those older than 65, study finds

  • Vitamin E, Diabetes Drug May Not Ease Obesity-Linked Liver Trouble in Kids
    (26-Apr-2011)
    Fatty liver disease affects 1 in 20 U.S. children, and can have serious consequences, study authors say

  • Pushing Healthy Lifestyle Cuts Risk of Chronic Disease for Blacks: Study
    (25-Apr-2011)
    Healthy behaviors reduced diabetes, heart disease in couples with one HIV-infected partner

  • Tai Chi May Help Heart Failure Patients
    (25-Apr-2011)
    Ancient Chinese exercise seems to improve quality of life, researchers report

  • Tai Chi May Help Heart Failure Patients
    (25-Apr-2011)
    Ancient Chinese exercise seems to improve quality of life, researchers report

  • Treat Depression to Boost Diabetes Self-Care: Study
    (24-Apr-2011)
    Telephone counseling led to lower blood pressure, more exercise, researchers say

  • Nurse Practitioner Counsels Lifestyle Changes as Key to Heart Health
    (22-Apr-2011)
    It's all about diet and exercise, not medications, she advises

  • Health Tip: Exercise Can Ease Rheumatoid Arthritis Pain
    (22-Apr-2011)
    And keep your joints flexible

  • U.S. Parents Want Kids More Active During School Day: Poll
    (21-Apr-2011)
    A third think elementary schools should devote more time to PE, survey finds

  • U.S. Parents Want Kids More Active During School Day: Poll
    (21-Apr-2011)
    A third think elementary schools should devote more time to PE, survey finds

  • Couch-Potato Kids: It Shows in Their Eyes, Researchers Say
    (20-Apr-2011)
    Excess screen time, low physical activity linked to narrow retinal vessels, predicting poor heart health

  • For Nonsmokers, Healthy Living Cuts Death Rate in Half: Study
    (19-Apr-2011)
    Better diet, exercise and keeping slim fend off heart disease, cancer, research shows

  • Too Many Parents Think Injuries Are 'Part of the Game'
    (19-Apr-2011)
    But half of team-sports injuries are preventable, survey says

  • Depression Common After Brain Injury
    (19-Apr-2011)
    About 30 percent of brain-injured people suffer depression, study finds

  • Too Many Parents Think Injuries Are 'Part of the Game'
    (19-Apr-2011)
    But half of team-sports injuries are preventable, survey says

  • Lifestyle Changes Can Slash Blood Fat Levels, Experts Say
    (18-Apr-2011)
    Improving exercise, eating habits reduces triglycerides, heart association notes

  • Wrestlers' Quick Weight Loss May Cause Mental Confusion
    (18-Apr-2011)
    Loss of 4% or more of body mass could affect decision-making, researchers say

  • Wrestlers' Quick Weight Loss May Cause Mental Confusion
    (18-Apr-2011)
    Loss of 4% or more of body mass could affect decision-making, researchers say

  • Nervous System Imbalance May Cause Fatigue in Breast Cancer Survivors
    (14-Apr-2011)
    Researchers find high levels of stress hormones, systemic inflammation

  • Aerobic Exercise May Curb Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease: Report
    (13-Apr-2011)
    Daily one-hour walks also improved insulin sensitivity in people who are obese, researchers found

  • Experts Call for Twist on Football Helmet Design
    (13-Apr-2011)
    Aim would be for a redesign to better prevent brain bleeding

  • Youth Football Injuries on the Rise, Study Finds
    (13-Apr-2011)
    Researchers say more efforts must be made to protect young athletes

  • Experts Call for Twist on Football Helmet Design
    (13-Apr-2011)
    Aim would be for a redesign to better prevent brain bleeding

  • Aerobic Exercise May Curb Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease: Report
    (13-Apr-2011)
    Daily one-hour walks also improved insulin sensitivity in people who are obese, researchers found

  • Brisk Walk Can Boost Blood Flow to the Brain: Report
    (12-Apr-2011)
    Older women benefited from aerobic activity, 30-50 minutes, 3-4 times per week, small study found

  • Brisk Walk Can Boost Blood Flow to the Brain: Report
    (12-Apr-2011)
    Older women benefited from aerobic activity, 30-50 minutes, 3-4 times per week, small study found

  • Progressive Weight Training Can Boost Seniors' Strength
    (11-Apr-2011)
    Rising levels of exercise help preserve, improve lean muscle, research shows

  • Having Kids Might Make Young Women Heavier, Less Fit
    (11-Apr-2011)
    Study found they consumed more calories, exercised less

  • Having Kids Might Make Young Women Heavier, Less Fit
    (11-Apr-2011)
    Study found they consumed more calories, exercised less

  • Hormone Linked to Absence of Periods in Women With Low Body Fat
    (08-Apr-2011)
    Lack of leptin contributes to condition, but a synthetic hormone may help, study suggests

  • Short Bursts of Exercise Good for the Heart: Study
    (08-Apr-2011)
    And it's not as time-consuming as less strenuous workouts, researchers say

  • Hormone Linked to Absence of Periods in Women With Low Body Fat
    (08-Apr-2011)
    Lack of leptin contributes to condition, but a synthetic hormone may help, study suggests

  • 'Retail Therapy' Might Really Work
    (07-Apr-2011)
    Daily shopping prolonged survival among elders by 27%, say Taiwanese researchers

  • 'Retail Therapy' Might Really Work
    (07-Apr-2011)
    Daily shopping prolonged survival among elders by 27%, say Taiwanese researchers

  • Sudden Cardiac Death More Common in Young Athletes Than Thought
    (05-Apr-2011)
    Findings highlight need for screening those participating in school sports, experts say

  • Girls in Some Sports Face Raised Risk of Stress Fractures: Study
    (05-Apr-2011)
    More than 8 hours a week of basketball, gymnastics or cheerleading doubled chances

  • Sudden Cardiac Death More Common in Young Athletes Than Thought
    (05-Apr-2011)
    Findings highlight need for screening those participating in school sports, experts say

  • Yoga May Also Calm a Dangerous Irregular Heartbeat
    (04-Apr-2011)
    Small study found reduction in episodes of atrial fibrillation, which can raise stroke risk

  • Yoga May Also Calm a Dangerous Irregular Heartbeat
    (04-Apr-2011)
    Small study found reduction in episodes of atrial fibrillation, which can raise stroke risk

  • Rigors of Ballet Require Careful Training
    (01-Apr-2011)
    Expert offers dancers tips on injury prevention

  • Tips for Keeping Young Athletes Safe
    (01-Apr-2011)
    Doctor's OK recommended before kids start playing sports, expert says

  • Exercise Is Key for People With Arthritis: Expert
    (01-Apr-2011)
    Too much sitting around can worsen the condition

  • Exercise Is Key for People With Arthritis: Expert
    (01-Apr-2011)
    Too much sitting around can worsen the condition

  • Tips for Keeping Young Athletes Safe
    (01-Apr-2011)
    Doctor's OK recommended before kids start playing sports, expert says

  • Sports Gear Should Also Protect Eyes, Experts Say
    (01-Apr-2011)
    Athletes can avoid devastating injuries by wearing activity-specific protective eyewear

  • Exercise Is Key for People With Arthritis: Expert
    (01-Apr-2011)
    Too much sitting around can worsen the condition

  • Health Tip: Can't Catch Your Breath During a Workout?
    (30-Mar-2011)
    Here's what might be going on

  • Diet-Exercise Combo Seems to Work Best for Obese Seniors
    (30-Mar-2011)
    Doing both helps shed pounds, boosts stamina, but workout alone not enough to lose weight: study

  • Health Tip: Help Strengthen Your Bones
    (28-Mar-2011)
    With weight-bearing exercises

  • Healthy Lifestyles Could Halve Cases of Dangerous Irregular Heartbeat
    (28-Mar-2011)
    Atrial fibrillation raises stroke risk, but it doesn't have to happen, study shows

  • Hot Days Turn Pitchers Into Hot Heads
    (27-Mar-2011)
    Major league pitchers more likely to 'bean' batters in retaliation during sweltering weather, study finds

  • Hot Days Turn Pitchers Into Hot Heads
    (27-Mar-2011)
    Major league pitchers more likely to 'bean' batters in retaliation during sweltering weather, study finds

  • Cyclists Urged to Prep Their Bodies for the Long Haul
    (25-Mar-2011)
    Mainly carbs and liquids needed for the mind and muscles alike, experts say

  • Cyclists Urged to Prep Their Bodies for the Long Haul
    (25-Mar-2011)
    Mainly carbs and liquids needed for the mind and muscles alike, experts say

  • Taking Responsibility for Own Health Often Not Enough
    (25-Mar-2011)
    Pennsylvania survey found 93% hold themselves accountable but 33% don't exercise

  • Health Tip: Walking Helps You Stay Healthier
    (25-Mar-2011)
    Here's how you may benefit

  • Laughter, Music May Lower Blood Pressure, Study Says
    (25-Mar-2011)
    But experts disagree on whether the findings are meaningful

  • Exercise May Blunt Salt's Effect on Hypertension
    (23-Mar-2011)
    The more active you are, the less a high-sodium diet will raise your blood pressure, study suggests

  • Health Tip: Everyone Should Wear a Bike Helmet
    (22-Mar-2011)
    Explain why to your child

  • Study: Infrequent Sex Can Raise Risk of Heart Attack, Death
    (22-Mar-2011)
    Danger greatest shortly after physical activity, but absolute risk small, research finds

  • Study: Infrequent Sex Can Raise Risk of Heart Attack, Death
    (22-Mar-2011)
    Danger greatest shortly after physical activity, but absolute risk small, research finds

  • Health Tip: Keep Toes Cool, Clean and Dry
    (21-Mar-2011)
    To help prevent athlete's foot

  • Women Should See Ob-Gyn Annually, Experts Say
    (21-Mar-2011)
    Obstetrician/gynecologist group urges women to follow its updated recommendations

  • High Blood Pressure Linked to Drop in Walking Speed, Study Finds
    (16-Mar-2011)
    Major declines affect seniors' ability to remain independent, researchers say

  • High Blood Pressure Linked to Drop in Walking Speed, Study Finds
    (16-Mar-2011)
    Major declines affect seniors' ability to remain independent, researchers say

  • Fido May Help Keep You Fit
    (15-Mar-2011)
    Dog owners more likely to meet exercise guidelines, study finds

  • Fido May Help Keep You Fit
    (15-Mar-2011)
    Dog owners more likely to meet exercise guidelines, study finds

  • Betting During March Madness May Make the Games Less Fun
    (14-Mar-2011)
    Enjoyment gets lost in the wagering, even for those who pick a winner, researcher says

  • Health Tip: Get Some Exercise
    (14-Mar-2011)
    And fresh air at the same time

  • Betting During March Madness May Make the Games Less Fun
    (14-Mar-2011)
    Enjoyment gets lost in the wagering, even for those who pick a winner, researcher says

  • Southeastern States Mired in the 'Diabetes Belt': CDC Report
    (08-Mar-2011)
    Wide swath cutting across U.S. needs better prevention and treatment efforts, study suggests

  • Video Games That Make Kids Move Burn Calories
    (07-Mar-2011)
    Study found energy expenditure equaled that of moderate to vigorous exercise

  • Sledding Source of Most Winter Sports Injuries: Report
    (06-Mar-2011)
    More than 700,000 injuries linked to the activity in U.S. each year, surgeon says

  • Exercise Common Sense During Warm Weather Activities
    (05-Mar-2011)
    With summer coming, brush up on safety precautions to prevent heat illness

  • Parks Add Options for Kids' Exercise, Study Finds
    (04-Mar-2011)
    Certain features of outdoor spaces help cut sedentary indoor time, Australian researchers say

  • Risk of Drug-Resistant Staph Infection in Gym Low: Study
    (04-Mar-2011)
    No MRSA found on equipment tested, so extensive cleaning not always necessary

  • Risk of Drug-Resistant Staph Infection in Gym Low: Study
    (04-Mar-2011)
    No MRSA found on equipment tested, so extensive cleaning not always necessary

  • Risk of Drug-Resistant Staph Infection in Gym Low: Study
    (04-Mar-2011)
    No MRSA found on equipment tested, so extensive cleaning not always necessary

  • Kidney Transplant Patients Urged to Keep Fit to Survive
    (03-Mar-2011)
    Low levels of physical activity linked to raised risk of early death, researchers warn

  • Family Dog Might Make Teens More Active
    (25-Feb-2011)
    Study finds slight rise in daily exercise, although exact reasons aren't clear

  • Endurance Exercise Thwarts Premature Aging in Mice
    (25-Feb-2011)
    Researchers liken aggressive workouts to 'fountain of youth'

  • Spinal Fusion Surgery May Leave Some Back Pain Patients Worse Off: Study
    (23-Feb-2011)
    Those who got operation were less likely to return to work than those treated in other ways

  • Health Tip: Unwind With Yoga
    (23-Feb-2011)
    But practice it correctly

  • Busy Social Life May Stave Off Disability in Elderly
    (21-Feb-2011)
    Seniors who participate in activities are better able to continue self-care, study finds

  • Views on Pitchers' Elbow Surgery Called 'Disturbing'
    (19-Feb-2011)
    Survey finds effect of pitch counts underestimated, benefits overestimated

  • Views on Pitchers' Elbow Surgery Called 'Disturbing'
    (19-Feb-2011)
    Survey finds effect of pitch counts underestimated, benefits overestimated

  • Views on Pitchers' Elbow Surgery Called 'Disturbing'
    (19-Feb-2011)
    Survey finds effect of pitch counts underestimated, benefits overestimated

  • Separate Bikes-Only Lanes in Cities Cut Injury Rate: Study
    (18-Feb-2011)
    Cycle tracks separated from traffic would also encourage more biking, experts say

  • Study Says 2 Therapies Help Fight Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
    (18-Feb-2011)
    Cognitive behavior counseling and exercise program enhanced standard treatment, according to British researchers

  • Study Says 2 Therapies Help Fight Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
    (18-Feb-2011)
    Cognitive behavior counseling and exercise program enhanced standard treatment, according to British researchers

  • Knee Replacements Still Work 20 Years Later
    (17-Feb-2011)
    Study showed most recipients remained active and pain-free

  • Pre-Run Stretching Doesn't Prevent Injuries, Study Finds
    (17-Feb-2011)
    But switching your routine could get you hurt, expert says

  • Knee Replacements Still Work 20 Years Later
    (17-Feb-2011)
    Study showed most recipients remained active and pain-free

  • Pre-Run Stretching Doesn't Prevent Injuries, Study Finds
    (17-Feb-2011)
    But switching your routine could get you hurt, expert says

  • Pre-Run Stretching Doesn't Prevent Injuries, Study Finds
    (17-Feb-2011)
    But switching your routine could get you hurt, expert says

  • Appalachia, the South Home to Least-Active Americans: CDC
    (16-Feb-2011)
    Exercise can help ward off heart disease, cancer, diabetes, agency notes

  • Pedal Your Way to Better Health, at Work
    (15-Feb-2011)
    Study tests portable device that desk-bound workers could use

  • Stress Fractures Hitting High School Athletes
    (15-Feb-2011)
    Study finds overuse injuries are common in running-related sports

  • Pedal Your Way to Better Health, at Work
    (15-Feb-2011)
    Study tests portable device that desk-bound workers could use

  • Pedal Your Way to Better Health, at Work
    (15-Feb-2011)
    Study tests portable device that desk-bound workers could use

  • Stress Fractures Hitting High School Athletes
    (15-Feb-2011)
    Study finds overuse injuries are common in running-related sports

  • Health Tip: Stay Safe Biking With Baby
    (14-Feb-2011)
    Suggestions to help avoid injury

  • Number of Mountain Bike Injuries Dropping
    (14-Feb-2011)
    Researchers credit better bike design for downward trend

  • Quick, Simple Test Can Detect Concussion in Athletes
    (13-Feb-2011)
    Screening superior to other sideline tests in spotting early signs of brain trauma, researchers say

  • Quick, Simple Test Can Detect Concussion in Athletes
    (13-Feb-2011)
    Screening superior to other sideline tests in spotting early signs of brain trauma, researchers say

  • Quick, Simple Test Can Detect Concussion in Athletes
    (13-Feb-2011)
    Screening superior to other sideline tests in spotting early signs of brain trauma, researchers say

  • Get Into Shape Before Spring Activities, Doctor Advises
    (12-Feb-2011)
    A checkup, improved strength, flexibility can help prevent injuries when starting a new sport

  • Get Into Shape Before Spring Activities, Doctor Advises
    (12-Feb-2011)
    A checkup, improved strength, flexibility can help prevent injuries when starting a new sport

  • Helmet Use Encouraged for Downhill Skiers, Snowboarders
    (11-Feb-2011)
    Head protection gains attention following high-profile deaths on the slopes

  • Skin Infections Can Spread Easily Among Athletes
    (11-Feb-2011)
    But outbreaks of herpes, ringworm and MRSA are preventable, dermatologist says

  • Helmet Use Encouraged for Downhill Skiers, Snowboarders
    (11-Feb-2011)
    Head protection gains attention following high-profile deaths on the slopes

  • Overweight Kids Who Exercise Improve Thinking, Math Skills: Study
    (11-Feb-2011)
    Chronic sedentary behavior 'is compromising children's ability and achievement,' research suggests

  • Therapy Can Help Stroke Patients Walk, Even After 6 Months
    (11-Feb-2011)
    Comparison study found intense training at home as good as high-tech treadmill device

  • Skin Infections Can Spread Easily Among Athletes
    (11-Feb-2011)
    But outbreaks of herpes, ringworm and MRSA are preventable, dermatologist says

  • Skin Infections Can Spread Easily Among Athletes
    (11-Feb-2011)
    But outbreaks of herpes, ringworm and MRSA are preventable, dermatologist says

  • Skin Infections Can Spread Easily Among Athletes
    (11-Feb-2011)
    But outbreaks of herpes, ringworm and MRSA are preventable, dermatologist says

  • Therapy Can Help Stroke Patients Walk, Even After 6 Months
    (11-Feb-2011)
    Comparison study found intense training at home as good as high-tech treadmill device

  • Skin Infections Can Spread Easily Among Athletes
    (11-Feb-2011)
    But outbreaks of herpes, ringworm and MRSA are preventable, dermatologist says

  • Obesity Tied to Education, Income, but Not Suburbia: Study
    (10-Feb-2011)
    Findings dispute belief that city living is advantageous weight-wise

  • Obesity Tied to Education, Income, but Not Suburbia: Study
    (10-Feb-2011)
    Findings dispute belief that city living is advantageous weight-wise

  • Frequent Pitching Could Harm Kids' Shoulders, Elbows
    (06-Feb-2011)
    They should pitch no more than 100 innings per calendar year, and some less, experts say

  • Frequent Pitching Could Harm Kids' Shoulders, Elbows
    (06-Feb-2011)
    They should pitch no more than 100 innings per calendar year, and some less, experts say

  • Frequent Pitching Could Harm Kids' Shoulders, Elbows
    (06-Feb-2011)
    They should pitch no more than 100 innings per calendar year, and some less, experts say

  • Some Tips for Avoiding Injury on Super Bowl Sunday
    (05-Feb-2011)
    Drinking, driving -- and what can happen if you forget to go when nature calls

  • Healthier Lifestyles May Prevent 340,000 U.S. Cancers a Year: Study
    (04-Feb-2011)
    Regular exercise, balanced diet, limited alcohol help ward off disease, researchers find

  • Cancer on the Rise in Developing Countries: Report
    (04-Feb-2011)
    As economies grow, nations see increasing rates of lifestyle-related diseases, experts say

  • Health Tip: Make Sure Your Helmet Fits
    (03-Feb-2011)
    Here are some suggestions

  • Narrowed Leg Arteries Disable Women Faster Than Men: Study
    (03-Feb-2011)
    Women were 2.3 times less likely to be able to walk a continuous quarter mile after 4 years

  • How to Survive Super Bowl Excesses
    (03-Feb-2011)
    For those who tend to overindulge in food and alcohol, a doctor has a few simple tips

  • Health Tip: Make Sure Your Helmet Fits
    (03-Feb-2011)
    Here are some suggestions

  • Narrowed Leg Arteries Disable Women Faster Than Men: Study
    (03-Feb-2011)
    Women were 2.3 times less likely to be able to walk a continuous quarter mile after 4 years

  • Winning Wrestlers Get Bigger Testosterone Boost After Match
    (02-Feb-2011)
    Hormone also rose in those who lost, but not nearly as much, researchers find

  • Winning Wrestlers Get Bigger Testosterone Boost After Match
    (02-Feb-2011)
    Hormone also rose in those who lost, but not nearly as much, researchers find

  • Brisk Walks May Boost Memory in Older Adults
    (31-Jan-2011)
    After one year of exercise, hippocampus region was bigger, study finds

  • Brisk Walks May Boost Memory in Older Adults
    (31-Jan-2011)
    After one year of exercise, hippocampus region was bigger, study finds

  • Running-Related Injuries on the Rise in U.S. Kids: Study
    (30-Jan-2011)
    Formal guidelines needed to help adults teach children the proper way to run, expert suggests

  • Multiple Concussions Raise Teen Athletes' Health Risks
    (29-Jan-2011)
    Two or more head injuries can lead to problems with memory, sleep and headaches, study finds

  • Exercise Helps Ease Irritable Bowel Symptoms
    (28-Jan-2011)
    Swedish study finds active group had much less pain and discomfort, compared to control group

  • Retired NFL Players More Likely to Take Painkillers
    (28-Jan-2011)
    Study