Of the folks who do it, 39 percent are older than 50, AARP The Magazine reports.
Some foods and drinks do have solid science behind them as likely metabolism boosters in humans.
Try this quick, fat-blasting routine that will take the work out of your workout. No equipment required.
“Eat more vegetables!”
It’s the most common phrase we dietitians use when clients ask us how to eat healthier. But it’s true!...
Americans are getting a failing grade in nutrition literacy, according to findings from the International Food Information Council Foundation's 12th annual Food and Health Survey.
Stress changes hormones so we store more fat. Be aware that shifts in mood – including increased irritability -- can accompany menopause.
The idea of making your own salad dressing may feel intimidating, but after a little practice, it becomes second nature. To make it extra simple, here’s a step-by-step guide.
Baby Boomers, you’ll live longer if you lift weights, according to a new study from Penn State. Men and women over 50 can stop bone density loss and reverse aging, say experts.
Limiting a patient’s diet to foods with low FODMAP levels can reduce IBS symptoms up to 80 percent.
Kevin Krieder, 33 years old, Philly home boy, model and fitness trainer is the first to admit he was not as comfortable in his own skin as he is today...
Give your body first class treatment with the following fitness routine.
Musculoskeletal disorders are caused when the body is exposed to repetitive tasks and awkward positions.
If you’re wondering how you can keep the ball rolling, here are my top three tips for maintaining momentum after the big race.
Up to 10 percent of the population in the United States is likely to seek treatment for heel pain over the course of their lives, and plantar fasciitis is the most common cause of heel pain at the outpatient clinic.
When she weighed nearly 500 pounds, Linda Oakley could barely walk, much less run. On Sunday, there may be few runners who feel prouder than the 29-year-old Lawncrest native.