Condition Center: Exercise
It's important to get a move on.
Could being rewarded by an employer for healthy behavior actually lead to failure?
Coffee-loving athletes, rejoice! You may be able to ditch the energy drinks and caffeine pills for good.
Is it possible to "train" your brain? By training your body, perhaps.
Mom was right. It turns out watching too much TV really might hurt your brain.
There's a lot going on inside long-distance runners' bodies.
If you're restless at your desk and feel the need to fidget, don't fight it — it could help save your life.
What if science could make staying physically fit as easy as taking a pill?
Pelvic pain during pregnancy is one of those uncomfortable byproducts of motherhood. But staying active in the months prior may help.
Infertility can be a big concern for some women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). But exercise and weight loss may be here to help.
If you have arthritis, chronic pain can make avoiding exercise altogether sound like a good idea. But you may want to give yoga a second look.
If you’re too heavy and know you need to work out but just can’t make it happen, a boost of vitamin C may help you out.
Exercise may be at the heart of good diabetes control. Literally.
The hormone that helps you feel full may also help you enjoy your morning run a little more.
Cycling is a popular form of recreation among people of all ages, but it's not without its risks.
What if your company offered you the option to buy a fitness tracker at a deeply reduced price? And if you got one, would it make you healthier?
Getting kids to focus on anything for extended periods of time can be difficult. But when it comes to exercise, they may not have to focus on it for ...
If your child is complaining about a headache, he or she may be trying to get out of school. On the other hand, there might be something else going o...