Nordic walking - walking with poles - burns more calories than ordinary walking of the same intensity.
Though exercise is one of our most basic needs, too often, we move the least amount possible. To help, here are a few ways you can get a workout at work!
Women who lift weights twice a week can prevent --or at least slow down - middle-age spread and weight gain, a study suggests.
Adhesive capsulitis, sometimes described as frozen shoulder, causes restricted movement and considerable pain, and can be hard to diagnose.
In any three-month period, about 1 in 4 adults in the US has at least one day of back pain, mostly in the lower back.
When it comes to life-threatening conditions, every minute counts. Do you know how to recognize a heart attack or stroke?
Heavy backpacks can do damage to kids' backs and bodies. From medical professionals, here's how to to choose and use a backpack safely!
What's the best way to tone your arms, especially the hard-to-target triceps? Here are recommendations for the most effective triceps workout.
If you're going to put a lot of effort into your workouts, you might as well do it right, right? Here are some common exercise mistakes, and some fixes.
Could your teeth cause migraines? There could actually be a link between headaches and your dental health. Here are some symptoms to look out for.
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.
They may look gorgeous, but your shoe and purse choices may be placing unnecessary stress on your body - and, over time, could cause you serious pain.
One of the best protective measures you can take is buckling children in car seats, booster seats, and seat belts that are appropriate for their age, height, and weight.
How do bones break? Once in a while, a bone is put under more stress than it can handle - and when that happens, it breaks, or fractures.
Tennis elbow and jumper's knee are just two examples of tendinitis, a painful condition caused by overusing and straining the joints in your body.
Have an athlete in your family? Find out about preventing sports injuries here
When reading medical reports or talking to doctors, it's helpful to know some useful terms for describing body structure. Here's a guide!