If you match your effort level and heart rate, you’ll be working at the right intensity to make gains.

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If you match your effort level and heart rate, you’ll be working at the right intensity to make gains.

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Household income remains the top indicator of whether a child will be physically active.

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Sleep issues, anxiety and dehydration are among the hazards caffeine creates for adolescents.

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The Trump administration has proposed regulations that would require list prices of prescription drugs to be included in television advertisements, as part of its attempt to bring down drug prices. The proposal, announced by Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar, states that drugs that cost more than $35 per month would have to have […]

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In addition to physical gains, group fitness approach provides social support.

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These experts are moving away from a focus on weight loss to an emphasis on improving health.

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Growth seen in market for recumbent trikes for both recreational and serious cyclists.

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To avoid mindless munching, put together whole-food snacks ahead of time, in the right portions.

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Meet the new wave of urban shamans and the well-heeled seekers they’re connecting with the universe.

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Backward Day — serving hearty fare in the morning and breakfast at dinner — adds some fun to this family’s mealtimes.

The ‘wet test’ for looking at arches also is not a reliable way to pick shoes.

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There are important factors besides weight loss to consider.

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While the snack has risen in popularity, there are some health concerns to be aware of.

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Rebranding will not address the real issues of stigma.

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Now called WW, the company also sports a new tagline: “Wellness that Works.”

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More middle-of-the-road approach alternates low-carb and high-carb consumption days.

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Weight Watchers announced a rebranding to “WW” Sept. 24 as it shifts its focus away from dieting and more toward wellness.

Watching television or listening to music while exercising didn’t encourage study subjects to eat more or move less the rest of the day.

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  • Sep 24
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A study suggests that using plant-based protein and fat as substitutes for carbs is safer.

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  • Sep 19
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A nutritionist shares what to look for, mistakes to avoid and a list of providers.

Researchers found you can make improvements in less than an hour a week.

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