TV star Khloe Kardashian has revealed that she wants to look "muscular".
MONDAY, Oct. 3, 2022 (American Heart Association News) -- Marissa Fattore's graduation from Kutztown University of Pennsylvania took place on a warm spring day. For the occasion, Marissa had her nails done and wore a new dress and high heels.
Going for a walk after a meal can help reduce blood sugar levels, even if it's just for a few short minutes, a new study shows. Researchers an…
TUESDAY, Sept. 6, 2022 (American Heart Association News) -- At 47, Mark Allen was in the best shape of his life. He was well on his way to his goal of competing in 50 events before his 50th birthday.
TUESDAY, July 26, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- Your fitness tracker, pedometer or smartwatch may motivate you to exercise more and lose weight, Australian researchers say.
Pickleball, a sport billed as a combination of tennis, ping pong and badminton, has been quickly gaining traction around the country, and Waco…
Vaccination against the virus that causes most cervical cancers has spurred a widespread reduction of infections among young Americans — including those who are unvaccinated, a new government study finds.
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Where you live can determine your health. A new study finds your zip code correlates with health care and eating habits.
Researchers found that in just the past decade, there has been a shift in the most important modifiable risk factors for dementia in the United States. Found out what they are — and more health news — here.
Participants who got too little or too much sleep did worse on tests that measure processing speed, visual attention, memory and problem-solving skills, according to one study.
Occupational therapy or low-impact exercise might be the key to relieving long-haul COVID symptoms like extreme fatigue, breathlessness and brain fog, a pair of new studies from Ireland suggest.
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Health news from the last week: The World Health Organization says at least one death has been reported in connection with a mysterious liver disease outbreak affecting children in Europe and the United States; and more news.
More than 200 Texas state troopers will need to slim down by year's end or face discipline under a controversial policy limiting officers' waist size.
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A week after streaming director Richard Linklater’s the nostalgia-fest “Apollo 10 1/2,” Netflix debuts another coming-of-age musical.
Despite the drink's popularity, there isn't as much research on why coffee sends many people running to the bathroom as you might think. Experts weigh in on this, as well as other topics:
Covid-19 cases are continuing to spread as the United States moves into the time of year where allergies are on the rise. Here's how to tell the difference.