Here, a doctor she shares her personal reflections of the journey up Mount Kilimanjaro, the tallest mountain in Africa, and what helped her achieve success.
Ever wish you could find buried treasure? Enjoy a nice walk on a beautiful day? Tech geek? Welcome to the world of geocaching.
What's in a name? In the case of the usernames of video gamers, a lot!
The perks that come with spending days without gravity are out of this world! Here are a few things astronauts enjoy about living in space.
Looking for a simple way to burn more calories while walking? It could be as easy as changing up your pace.
Bugs do more than just bug people - insect stings cause as many as 100 deaths each year. Here's how to avoid and treat insect bites & stings.
It can be nearly impossible to get into the exercise habit. But if you turn workouts into play, it's a whole lot easier to fit in fitness!
If you are planning a beach vacation, you've probably wondered: Should you be worried about sharks? How common are shark attacks?
San Francisco 49ers fans may want to make a batch of these San Francisco gold rush cupcakes for their football parties!
Baltimore Ravens fans may want to make a batch of these Baltimore purple twist cupcakes for their football parties!
Cheer your team on by decorating sugar cookies - football game cookies - in your favorite team's colors.
People have long thought that the rough skin of sharks may give them a swimming boost, and now scientists have made the first realistic faux shark skin.
As summer lures millions of people back to the water to beat the heat, make sure you're aware of the most common swimming injuries - and how to avoid them.
Since orthopaedic surgeons treat so many broken arms, wrist sprains, strains and other bicycle-related injuries , the AAOS offers these bike safety tips.
Have an athlete in your family? Find out about preventing sports injuries here
A concussion is a type of brain injury that changes the way the brain normally works. Even what seems to be a mild bump to the head can be serious.
Even a ding, getting your bell rung, or what seems to be a mild bump or blow to the head can be serious.