Focusing on body size isn’t making people healthier. Some clinicians are trying a different approach
I wore a fancy set of headphones during every workout for two weeks to see if it could help me improve my cycling. And it worked (I think) through a concept called neuropriming
Journalist and author Florence Williams talks about her book The Nature Fix: Why Nature Makes Us Happier, Healthier and More Creative.
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) affects as many as 1 in 10 women of child-bearing age, but diet and lifestyle changes can help you overcome your symptoms
It's hard to do much of anything when you're under the weather. Are there benefits to exercising while sick, or will working out just make you feel worse?
Coffee flour is a new ingredient making the rounds. Nutrition Diva has the scoop on what it is, how to use it, and whether the nutrition benefits live up to the hype
We wear sensors that track steps, heart rate, and calories burned. Soon, we may measure our sweat, too! What will those measurements tell us?
Fiber is so much more than “roughage!” From your heart and your bones to your microbiome, the list of health benefits linked to fiber keeps getting longer as nutrition science learns more about what it does for us...
The psychological state of children may need special attention during COVID-19 impacts and isolation.
Whole-body Vibration Training promises some impressive fitness and health benefits. But is shakin' it on a vibrating platform as good for you as regular old exercise?
Analyzing keywords on Twitter can offer a loose measure of the subjective well-being of a community, as long as you don’t count three words: good, love and LOL.
Can fancy-looking air-filled boots play a role in our workout recovery? I asked physiology expert Dr. Jeff Martin to take a deep dive with me to find out
The impressive health benefits of drinking yerba mate include increased energy and enhanced weight loss. Should you trade your coffee or tea for this traditional South American beverage?...
Exercise like walking, swimming, and even dancing have been shown to be good for your memory, but the optimal intensity of that exercise has been unclear... until now
Health journalist Judy Foreman talks about her new book Exercise Is Medicine: How Physical Activity Boosts Health and Slows Aging.
Here are some “highlights” from the past 13.5 years of this podcast.
Forget carbs and calories. Your microbiome may hold the key to better blood sugar control
Well, it’s probably there because the odds on its presence have gone way up in the past 40 years. But such parasites are still much more of a health problem for whales and dolphins than they are for us...
The risky disorder often follows a different pattern in women that may get overlooked
It’s easy to get lost in the hype around new workout devices or protocols that promise maximal results in minimal time