Why Older Adults Should Eat More Protein
Aging bodies process protein less efficiently and need more to maintain muscle mass and strength, bone health and other physiological functions.
‘Strong is the new skinny’ isn’t as empowering as it sounds
In recent years an “athletic ideal” – characterized by muscle tone and power – has emerged as an alternative conception of beauty.
Got surgery coming up? Get out and walk.
Eating well and exercising before surgery can improve surgical outcomes even among patients who have extremely serious procedures.
Why life insurance companies want your Fitbit data
Insurers could use these apps to track all the activities you do while wearing the smartwatch, including steps walked, heart rate, even when you’re having sex.
Where to draw the line on workplace wellness incentives
In some cases, the dollar amount is so high that employees feel they have little choice but to participate.
Cycle, walk, drive or train? Weighing up the healthiest (and safest) ways to get around the city
If you want to make your daily commute a health promoting activity, cycling is the best way to go. Walking (assuming it’s a reasonable distance) is good too.