Summer is so close, you can almost smell it — along with hamburgers, chicken, and other backyard barbecue classics. A growing body of research, however, finds that grilling season can be hard on your health if you eat charred meat or inhale too much smoke.
How one couple overcame a legacy of obesity — and built a stronger life together along the way.
Fire up your salads and other dishes with the peppery flavors of watercress, dandelion greens, mustard greens, and arugula.
Garden produce provides nutritional benefits, but the very act of digging in the dirt nurtures mind, body, and soul.
Our fitness experts tackle your questions on mixing cardio and weights, using physio tape, and more.
Listen in as author Michele Simon, president of Eat Drink Politics, shares tips about how to be a discerning reader of health media.
Celebrating Mexico’s unlikely victory in the 1862 Battle of Puebla has become an excuse to party north of the border. Planning a Cinco de Mayo get-together of your own? Don’t miss our roundup of healthy Latin-inspired recipes.
Learn about the distinction between “as many ROUNDS as possible” and “as many REPS as possible” workouts.