Older adults and those who work outside may be particularly vulnerable to the cognitive effects of polluted air.
During the "fourth trimester," it's important to respect your body's recovery time and ease back into a fitness routine.
Our fitness editor picks up a kayak paddle to explore one of her favorite vacation areas in a new way.
Sometimes, self-help books can overwhelm and set you up for unhappiness. Here's why.
If you stay active and support your body's needs, you'll improve your mindset prior to labor and boost your chances of a smoother postpartum recovery.
Prospective dads who work out may have healthier sperm, according to a recent study.
You can easily have your meatless meal and protein too.
Break every objective into its smallest pieces and take action with just one of them, even if it is the smallest one and seems insignificant.
Global warming is reducing nutrients in wheat, rice, beans, and more.
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The transitions from swimming to biking to running represent triathlon’s fourth discipline, and they require their own kind of training.
Just because you can doesn't mean you should. Continue to strengthen areas of your body that will support you during and after pregnancy — but beware of pushing too hard.
Your first waking moments can have an all-day impact on your energy and outlook. These a.m. tweaks are worth trying.
The appendix plays a key role in storing good bacteria and keeping our microbiome healthy.
A home project offers a reminder that small changes, even seemingly insignificant ones, have big potential.
"Invasivores" — people who eat invasive species — aim to protect delicate ecosystems while expanding their culinary horizons. On the menu: lionfish.
Yes, says our expert, but here's what you can do to protect your sperm health.
Our fitness editor weighs in on the benefits of friendly fitness competitions.
The key? Respecting early symptoms of pregnancy and being willing to adapt.
Intestinal organisms can be a trigger for troubling health issues. But new research finds they can also help the body heal, especially from autoimmune diseases.
Don't rely on toxic herbicides to get the job done. Try one of these eco-friendly methods to manage your lawn and garden.