Felines and fidos are getting fit with these nine health trends typically reserved for humans.
By Leah Samuel, STAT
I went to a dance party at 7 a.m. Why go to a dance party at 7 a.m.? Because it's fun and energizing and you don't feel hungover at work.
By Colleen Shalby
What songs get you moving? For cognitive scientists, researchers and now music streaming apps, the answer is in your brain.
By Corinne Segal
Physical education is required in most American high schools, but for teenagers with physical and developmental disabilities, there can be greater restrictions on how they can get active. The NewsHour’s April Brown reports on how schools in Florida’s Miami-Dade County…
By PBS NewsHour
By PBS NewsHour
With obesity levels rivaling those seen in the United States, Mexico has launched a rigorous campaign to combat the epidemic, including taxes on sugary drinks and other high-calorie snack foods. How well is that strategy is working -- and what…
Spelman College charts a new path by encouraging women in STEM studies…
The Tatum brothers have long dominated their peers at the annual National Senior Games.
Army Program Designed to Alleviate PTSD for Troops Returning From Combat…
Scientists announced this week that they've found a chemical compound that allows mice to run 44 percent longer on a treadmill -- without doing any exercise. Lead researcher Ronald Evans discusses the results and what they could mean for humans.
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