The science behind why nature makes you happier and healthier
Forest bathing and being green spaces is good for the mind, body and spirit.
Is wine healthy?
Wine can be good for our health, for most people, and only in moderation.
Diet sodas may be tied to stroke, dementia risk
Artificially sweetened drinks, such as diet sodas, were associated with a higher risk of stroke and dementia in a study; the findings do not show a causal link.
Two officers killed in Paris shooting: police
A gunman has shot two police officers dead before being killed himself in an attack in the Champs-Elysees shopping district, Paris police say.
What elite athletes can teach us about pregnancy
The benefits of exercise during pregnancy include a lower likelihood of too much weight gain, gestational diabetes and hypertensive disorders, preterm birth, cesarean delivery and
Coconut oil: health hero or dietary disaster?
Trendy foods come and go, but coconut oil, well, it's stuck around. We have to ask: does it really live up to all the hype?
Why this man is running 2,451 miles across America
Darren Kavinoky, the host of Investigation Discovery's "Deadly Sins," is running across America to raise awareness about health-related causes -- and represent the "New Face of
Runners who share on social media influence their friends
Got an exercise app on your smart phone? Your posts might be convincing your friends to get fit, too.
5 no-excuses workouts you can do for free using Amazon Prime
Forget expensive workouts at the gym. All you need is your TV or phone to get your fitness on.
Trump, GOP cutting holes in family health safety nets
Fixed funding could leave millions without coverage, longer waitlists.
Should you take statins? Guidelines differ
When it comes to using statins to prevent a first heart attack or stroke, one leading guideline recommends the drugs to 9 million people more than the other.
Apple cider vinegar: What the experts say
What does science have to say about apple cider vinegar's most popular uses, such as treatments for diabetes, weight loss, infections and more? Find out.
WA university helps teens with movement disorder get up and about
Sophie Kotkis went from using a walker to finishing the Perth City to Surf within a year — all thanks to a program helping teenagers with developmental coordination disorder.
Recipe video to share dietary tips for chemotherapy patients
Chef Lilly Trewartha is in cancer remission and plans to share her insights into the special challenges of cooking for those undergoing chemotherapy.
Paddleboard yoga on Canberra's Lake Burley Griffin is now a thing
Canberra's first stand-up paddleboard yoga classes on Lake Burley Griffin wrap up after the first season.
Are eggs healthy?
Eggs are very good for you unless you combine them with other foods that aren't.
7th grader is fighting cancer with green tea
At 12 years old, Steven Litt has discovered cancer-fighting chemicals in green tea.
What's the healthiest Easter candy? The one you really want to eat
Craving a Cadbury Egg? Enjoy it, be done with it and get back on track.
How she fights being 'deeply afraid of' her body
Jessamyn Stanley has thousands of followers on Instagram and a new book, "Every Body Yoga," that celebrates yoga for all people of all body types.
People had fewer heart attacks, strokes, after NY's trans-fat ban
Heart attacks and strokes fell by more than 6 percent in New York counties that banned trans fats, researchers reported Wednesday.
Artist's sketches convey struggles of eating disorder
When a feeling that her life was out of control developed into a severe eating disorder, Jenna Simon found solace in art.
5 ways to make getting up easier tomorrow morning
Don't hit snooze! These 5 simple changes can make your mornings better.
Fitness trackers' heart rate monitoring accurate enough for most, study says
The heart rate monitor inside your fitness tracker may not be as precise as the equipment used in doctors offices and hospitals, but researchers say the smart watches and
Why are fewer Americans trying to lose weight?
Obesity rates are rising across the United States, but fewer Americans are trying to lose weight, a study suggests. "I can't sit in judgment," says one woman.
Minecraft morphs into game to help kids deal with diabetes
After Prahlad Wulf was diagnosed with diabetes, his dad Josh developed a modified version of the popular computer game Minecraft to make life a bit easier.
Bushfire emergency in Pink Lake, near Esperance in WA
A bushfire emergency warning is issued for Pink Lake, just outside the Western Australia town of Esperance.
It's spring! Take a walk with your therapist
Spring has sprung, so it's time to get outdoors and take a walk. We've all heard the studies: being in nature and moving your body is good for your health.
A mountain climber gets to the top and wonders "Where are all the women?"
Sunny Stroeer thinks getting more women involved in outdoor sports can help boost self-confidence and close society's gender gap.
'Biggest Loser' host Bob Harper: 'I was dead'
"I was dead, on that ground dead," fitness guru and "Biggest Loser" star Bob Harper said on the Today Show about his recent heart attack.
Instagram star Jessamyn Stanley's favorite spots in Durham, NC
Whenever Instagram star and internationally recognized yoga teacher Jessamyn Stanley comes home to North Carolina, she loves to visit her favorite local restaurants, makers and
Three bodies pulled from car in Tweed River at Tumbulgum
Police retrieve the bodies of a woman and two children after their car plunged into the Tweed River at Tumbulgum in northern NSW yesterday.
How to train yourself to become a morning exerciser
We picked the brains of trainers and nutritionists for lifestyle changes you can make to help you become the person who wants to #riseandgrind.
Fitness tracker clues woman in to life-threatening condition
Quick feedback from a Connecticut woman's Fitbit confirmed her suspicions that her shortness of breath and rapid heartbeat were cause for alarm.
5 delicious ways to eat more veggies at breakfast
Ditch the donuts and bagels. Curb morning carb cravings with these veggie-based breakfasts that are packed with fiber, protein and produce.
At least 10 dead in St Petersburg metro explosion: authorities
At least 10 people are killed in an explosion in St Petersburg's underground metro, Russian authorities say.
How 'coffee naps' can help you power through the day
Combining coffee with a nap will help power you for a couple of hours, but it's not the best way to pay back your sleep debt.
Yes, scrolling through Instagram can actually make you healthier
Don't just double-tap on your favorite food and fitness pics -- use them as fuel to get fit.
One dead, 20,000 evacuated in flood emergency in northern NSW
A body is found on a property in northern NSW, where a flood emergency has seen 20,000 people evacuated.
The cup of coffee that could cause heart palpitations
The "world's strongest coffee" is now available in the US, but just one cup could spill you over the daily caffeine limit.
Thousands evacuate amid Gold Coast, Logan, Beaudesert floods
Thousands of residents in low-lying areas of the northern Gold Coast, Logan, and Beaudesert are asked to evacuate.
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