If you think you have to run or exercise vigorously to reap the benefits of fitness, think again. One of the nation’s top health reporters says a growing field of science shows doing small activities can lead to big health rewards. Find out more.
Childhood obesity is reaching epidemic levels. What’s causing our children to be so unhealthy? Is it lifestyle choices or genes? Is there anything that can be done to change these habits? Meet a doctor who is turning these young lives around.
What would possess a two-time cancer survivor to compete in a 50-mile endurance run at the age of 71? Because she can. Find out how running has given Judy Shipman a whole new lease on life.
Shea Vaughn is an author, speaker and fitness expert who is about creating well-being at any age. With her new SheaNetics program, she’s combining Eastern philosophies and practices with the Western lifestyle to create a mind-body workout.
New York Times reporter Charles Duhigg has written a book about the habits that shape our lives and how we can, in turn, shape our habits. Find out how our habits affect everything from our bodies, our businesses and our relationships.
She didn’t even start exercising until she was nearly 65 years old. Now 71, Jean Evansmore had completed more than 100 marathons and holds a record for doing seven in seven days. She explains what motivated her to get active.
Joe Cross had a great family and a successful career. But he was extremely overweight, sick and slowly dying. He explains what motivated him once and for all to change his life. He’s down more than 100 pounds and off his medication. Find out how.
Want to know what everyone in the fashion industry already knows? The clothes you wear can actually make you look an entire size smaller. Find out the tricks of the trade from a nationally known style guru.
Looking for a fun way to get fitter faster? Hop on a bike! Fitness expert Selene Yeager has tips for picking out a bike and helping you get on the road to riding your way lean.
Is mindless eating sabotaging your health? Brian Wansink, Ph.D., offers tips to help you mindlessly eat less rather than mindlessly overeat. These little changes can make a huge difference.