Suffering from back pain? Try these five yoga poses!

Suffering from back pain? Try these five yoga poses!

When it comes to workouts, more is better for your heart

Heart failure occurs when the heart is not able to supply adequate amounts of blood to the rest of the body.

At genetic risk for diabetes? You need to exercise more

While exercise is good for everyone, those with an immediate relative - mother, father or sibling - with Type-2 diabetes need to exercise more than others to derive the same preventive benefit, says a study.

Despite exercise benefits, some people continue to strive more than others

While a recent study has said that exercise is good for everyone, it is also a well known fact that some struggle more than others.

'Exercise' pills to keep you fit a reality soon

What if you can pop an "exercise" pill daily which mimics the health benefits of running, weight training or endurance exercise to keep you fit and disease-free?

Ten minutes of high intensity exercise can improve heart health in teens

A new study has revealed that short and high intensity exercise can reduce an adolescent's risk of developing a heart condition.

Five best exercises for heart health!

Exercises and physical activity are the words that take centre stage when it comes to healthy living, lifestyle, weight management, etc.

Exercise improves fertility in women

 Exercise and weight loss improves ovulation in women who have polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), a common hormone disorder that often causes infertility, a new study says.

Exergames can improve fitness in autistic kids

 Active-play video games used for exercising can improve physical and mental fitness in children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD).

Exercise curbs suicide attempts by bullied teens

Regular exercise results in as much as 23 percent reduction in suicidal thoughts and attempts in bullied students, new research has found.

Why you need to exercise more than your parents did

If you are around 25 years of age and struggling with weight gain, you would have to eat even less and exercise more than your parents did, suggests new research.

Targeting exercise doesn't reduce effects of prolonged sitting

A new study has found that targeting physical activity and increasing the level of exercise doesn't make any great difference to reduce prolonged sitting, rather one should concentrate on decreasing the sitting time.

Want to exercise harder? Try necking beet juice

 If you want to exercise harder, you may want to try drinking beet juice, which as per a new study, improves sprinting and decision-making during workouts.

Love to workout? Don't overdo it!

Many people exercise to remain fit, others do it to achieve a particular weight goal, some even suffer from lack of it. But there are also those, who soon become addicted to their workout and intentionally or unintentionally overdo it.

Lack of exercise can increase eye disorder risk

 Heavy smoking, poor diet and lack of exercise can put you at increased risk of age-related macular degeneration (AMD), especially if you have a family history of the blinding eye disorder, says a new study.

Top five exercises for healthy ageing!

Yes, exercise is the key to staying young and fit. 

Decoded: How muscles build bones during exercise 

Although exercise is a well-known stimulus for new bone formation, it has remained unclear how muscle “talks” to bone despite their close proximity. An Indian-origin scientist and his team have now figured out how this process takes shape.

Breast cancer: Top five ways to reduce your risk!

While researchers and health experts are still not certain how to prevent breast cancer, maintaining healthy habits can help reduce your risk.

Exercise may help preserve mental sharpness in oldies

 A new study has revealed about the connection between fitness level, brain activity and executive function in older adults.

Thinking you are born fat or thin is bad for health

A new study has revealed that those who think that weight is not in their control have less healthy BMIs, make poorer food choices and report lower levels of personal wellbeing than those who don't.