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Track Your Way to Wellness

You're more likely to participate in physical activity if you're able to monitor it with an activity tracking device

Weekend Warrior? That's OK

It doesn't matter if you exercise throughout the week or only on the weekends. The important thing is that you do something.

Walking for Knee Pain

Research suggests knee arthritis sufferers who walk regularly are 40 percent less likely to experience frequent new knee pain.

Belly Fat: Bad for the Spine

Researchers have found that the larger the waist circumference, the greater the forces exerted on the spine.

The Best Time for Protein

Research shows high-protein consumption between 5 a.m. and 10 a.m. increases muscle size and improves muscle function.

Antioxidants for the Brain

When it comes to protecting the brain from dementia, higher antioxidant levels are associated with greater protection.

50 Minutes to a Healthier You

Reducing sedentary time by 50 minutes on a daily basis reduces the risk factors that lead to type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease.

#1 for Bone Health?

Yogurt not only contains calcium but also potassium, protein and other compounds known to promote bone health.

Walk Faster, Age Slower

Walking is good for you, pure and simple. It can help you live longer via multiple mechanisms.

Water: Good for the Heart

Do you know H2O is heart healthy? It definitely is, which is one of the many reasons why you should drink adequate amounts of water.

4 Ways to Feel Young

Youth is a state of mind, reinforced by daily choices that help you look younger, feel younger and avoid age-related health issues.

Chronic Pain Damages Your Brain

Research suggests chronic pain may be so damaging as to cause brain changes that lead to cognitive decline and dementia.

Exercise for Depression

Physical activity can reduce depression symptoms during and immediately after.

Don't Wait to Lose It

Losing weight will reduce your risk of health issues and early death as you get older.

Teach Them Early

A recent review study suggests excess screen time among younger children is a global problem.

Back Pain: Bad for Your Mental Health

A study has revealed that those with pain were more than twice as likely to suffer from one of five mental health conditions.

Never Stop Exercising

Researchers have found that aerobic exercise helps episodic memory (your ability to remember past events).

Why Niacin Matters

Niacin (vitamin B3) helps protect your heart by keeping your blood pressure in check.

Only as Old as You Feel

Your attitude toward the aging process is a key determinant of your health and well-being as you age.