Exercise is proven to have both physical and mental health benefits. Sian Beilock, author of “How The Body Knows Its Mind” from sister company Simon And Schuster shares five surprising mental benefits of exercise.
Winter is all fun and games…until after New Years’ Eve.
All that exercise will pay off, and could even add years to your life. Canadian researchers recently found young adults who did 150 minutes of moderate exercise a week added up to five years to their lives.
This pineapple smoothie recipe from JJ Smith will give your body a total cleanse, making a happier and healthier you.
There’s a new way of exercising that is backed by Harvard doctors to improve your sex life.
Even if you’re huffing and puffing through your morning run, you might not be working out as hard as you think.
Many people these days are participating in ‘tough mudders’ to stay fit in a fun way. But they may want to practice keeping their mouths shut.
Love your pet, but don’t always have the time to get him outside for exercise? Here are some of our favorite dog walking services in Puget Sound that will keep your dog happy and fit, and give you peace of mind.
With New Year’s just around the corner, you’re ready to be fitter, trimmer, and healthier. These great books from Simon & Schuster will help you kick off 2014 the right way—and stick to your health resolutions this year.
Women have another reason to exercise: It may help prevent kidney stones. You don’t have to break a sweat or be a super athlete, either. Even walking for a couple hours a week can cut the risk of developing this painful and common problem by about one-third, a large study found.