Dial in your mountain biking with specialized training for the ups and downs of the trail.
Direct-to-consumer pharmaceutical advertising — legal only in the U.S. and New Zealand — is biased, deceptive, and drives up the cost of drugs, says the American Medical Association.
One runner takes on the world’s wackiest races — and lives to write about it.
Endurance training may alter our microbiome for good, according to a recent study.
The stress gap between men and women may be growing, according to recent research. Here are three ways to manage stress — for everyone.
What is a ‘normal’ body temperature? Many recent studies say 98.6 degrees F may be too high.
The host of Wait Wait. . .Don’t Tell Me! talks about his new book and how running 14 marathons changed his life.
Here’s a handy glossary of food-labeling terms and what they mean — and don’t mean.
There are numerous benefits to eating together as a family. Here are some tips to make it happen.
Why Silicon Valley tech execs limit their own children’s screen time.
Three-time cycling world champion Peter Sagan on racing, sprinting — and wheelies.
The appendix plays a key role in storing good bacteria and keeping our microbiome healthy.
Flexible schedules and coworking spaces are just two ways to create a healthy workspace.
Doctors continue to prescribe antibiotics for colds and flu even though they can’t cure them.
Here are tips to avoid being sucked into digital life — and to embrace real life.
Consider these strategies for producing less carbon in your own daily life.
Legendary waterman Gerry Lopez explores the deep connections between surfing, yoga, and living.
If you’re eating healthy and still suffering from health issues, salicylic acid may be to blame.
Norwegian cross-country skier Marit Bjørgen has won eight Olympic gold medals. Here’s how she trains.
The interstitium might be the reason some complementary-medicine techniques, such as acupuncture and myofascial-release therapy, work, says one researcher.
People spend millions of dollars on the popular fermented tea, but several recent lawsuits question whether the commercial brews are actually good for you.