We all find it difficult to meet our weight loss resolutions, and now a new study has made it official that it is indeed tough to shed those extra kilos.
A study has revealed that heat strokes are ten times more life-threatening than cardiac events for runners in races over 10 km.
A new US study has suggested that running everyday, even for a few minutes, can significantly reduce a person`s risk of dying from cardiovascular diseases.
Experts have revealed that intense workout regime for only 2 minutes twice a week over a month and a half would help people aged over 60 stay fit and lowered their chance of suffering a heart attack or stroke.
Ever tried running without swinging your arms? New research has shown that the swing in your arms counter balances the movement of your legs and saves energy at the same time.
A new study has revealed that physical fitness may buffer some of the adverse health effects of too much sitting.
Older age women should be prescribed more moderate to high intensity activity rather than medicine as a treatment which would eventually reduce the risk of death in them says QUT study.
An individual who smokes, drinks a lot, is physically inactive and has an unhealthy diet has 2.5 fold higher mortality risk than someone who leads a healthy lifestyle, new research says.
Counting calories before every meal to keep your weight in check? You may chill out a bit now as researchers have found that instead of counting calories for weight loss, you would do better to boost the protein content of your diet.
Walking regularly improves the mood, fitness and ability to think in people suffering from Parkinson`s disease.
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