It only takes two minutes and a chair to do something positive for your health. Experts say two minutes of chair yoga -- including stretching and breathing several times a day -- can increase your fitness and focus.
With some planning, effort and focus, we can change our habits. It’s worth it with all the potential benefits, including longevity and enhanced self-esteem. Find seven tips to changing your bad habits into good ones.
Are chubby children the “new normal”? If so, it’s a trend doctors hope to reverse. It has little to do with appearance and everything to do with health.
Whether you're trying to lose weight or maintain a healthy weight and tip-top fitness, little lifestyle changes can make a big difference. Try these five tweaks as a part of your plan.
At age 30, you start losing muscle mass at a rate of 1 percent per year. Learn how to shift your food and fitness habits to compensate.
Improving your core strength and flexibility is important in golf, as it can help prevent or minimize trauma to the low back, as well as improve your performance.
If you're going to spend eight hours a day — and probably more — at the office, make them count. Healthy habits may start at home, but you can take them to work with you.
The percentage of Americans with osteoporosis who are women is a whopping 80 percent -- totaling more than 35 million people. What's the message for women? Mind your bones!
As we get older, exercising can be even more important for good health. Whether you’re already active or just trying to pry yourself from the couch, our expert offers do’s and don’ts to help you get the most out of your exercise routine.
What is the walk-run method of getting off the couch? How does watermelon boost your looks? When should you always recirculate air conditioning in your car? Health Hub Tips has the surprising answers to these questions and more.