The Oura ring is a lightweight, stylish wearable device that tracks your sleep patterns, heart rate variability, daily activity levels, and much more – even when in airplane mode.
Even though you’ve been eating clean, lean protein at every meal and working out twice a week with that hot new trainer, not getting eight hours of sleep every night increases your obesity risk.
A recent study shows people who drink diet soda actually have a greater chance of becoming overweight than regular soda drinkers!
Here’s how to make a healthy, yummy, raw cacao hemp shake filled with aminos and a dash of spice.
Separating good health apps from bad could take a lifetime. Fortunately, Dr. Joseph Mercola has spent years finding what works.
Those endless varieties of ice cream flavors and gourmet bakery pastries might be making you fat in ways you haven’t imagined.
Just because you’re dining out doesn’t mean you have should have to worry about destroying your diet.
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?
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.
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.