An intriguing new study suggests that what really draws people to rich desserts and prompts them to eat much more than perhaps they know they should is not the fat that they contain, but primarily the sugar.
Jim Freeman, the founder of Conviction Yoga, now leads yoga classes at four rural prisons in Texas and hopes to expand the program to all 109 prison units in the state.
The company, which announced a management shake-up this week, said it expected flat sales in the fourth quarter, sending its shares plunging.
A new study suggests that since limits on training hours went into effect, fewer than half of new young surgeons can operate on their own, and nearly a third of them are incapable of performing even the most basic operations.
Few athletes face the physical demands of a professional ballet dancer. We spoke to Robert Fairchild, a principal dancer with the New York City Ballet, about his exercise routine.
The Asian imports that gave us Red Bull, Monster and Rockstar.
Exercise can be as effective as many frequently prescribed drugs in treating some of the leading killers, including heart disease and diabetes, a new study suggests.
A large review of studies has found that vitamin D supplements have little or no benefit beyond the low levels required for bone health.
Some obese people have normal cholesterol, glucose levels and blood pressure, but a new study suggests obesity by itself increases the risk for heart disease, stroke, diabetes and death.
Moderation is advised while exercising for health and improved life expectancy.