A growing body of research suggests there may be a powerful connection between the foods you eat and your risk of Alzheimer's disease and dementia.
Separating good health apps from bad could take a lifetime. Fortunately, Dr. Joseph Mercola has spent years finding what works.
These days, we are great at ignoring our body’s signals. Much of our lives is training our minds to pretend our bodies aren’t tired, so we can be more productive. Here's a look at why this is wrong.
If we’re addicted to food, the addiction often begins in childhood. Here's a look at some simple ways to help your kids build healthy habits.
More and more, I see these seductive headlines about how housework is awesome exercise. But does all this mean that housework itself can become your built-in fitness program?
Only 3.5 percent of Americans get at least 21 minutes of moderate exercise a day (which includes walking briskly). So if we know exercise makes us feel good inside and out, why don’t we just do it?
The profound benefits of meditation are being used to tackle some of the most stressful situations known to man, including the traumatizing emotional consequences of battle.
We all know getting your kids to run around the playground and join a sports team is great for their physical health. But now, there's plenty of evidence showing exercise can give your kids a serious mental boost as well.
It turns out, feeding your body the right nutrients rather than stuffing it with "empty" calories will not only help you lose unwanted pounds, it's a key ingredient for living a long and healthy life.
Depression is becoming increasingly common, but often goes away with natural therapies. Although how we feel has a lot to do with psychological issues, it can also be dramatically affected by our biochemistry.
A simple test that looks at how easy—or difficult—it is for you to sit down on the floor and then get back up may help predict how long you’re going to live.