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Gunnar Peterson brings new programme to Chris Hemsworth’s Centr

The programme is suitable for all workout levels, and it's especially well suited to those who haven't exercised before.

My secret to a long and happy life

A healthy diet, keeping physically and mentally fit, and having the right attitude can do wonders.

Study: A weekly hour of exercise can stave off disability in...

To stay in shape, the World Health Organisation recommends at least two-and-a-half hours of moderate physical activity per week for adults.

Having a moderate muscle strength level may lower type 2 diabetes...

American researchers find that moderate muscle mass appears to reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes by 32%.

International Women’s Day: 4 ways women can look after their health

Women are often so busy taking care of the needs of others, that they usually forget to prioritise themselves.

Mobile tech is going to the dogs … literally

The push into wireless gadgets for pets comes amid slumping sales for smartphones.

Study: Spending time with people is linked to higher activity levels

If you want to give your health a boost, interacting with a diverse group of people might help, linking it to increased physical activity and feelings of well-being.

Study: Exercise more, live longer

Research finds that physiological age may predict life expectancy better than actual age.

Time-saving interval training may be better for weight loss

New research has found that when it comes to losing weight, interval training may be a more effective form of exercise than doing a continuous moderate intensity workout.

Keep fit to cut your risk of heart attack, says study

The risk of experiencing a heart attack declined steadily as the participant's fitness increased.

Trucks used to test UK’s no-deal Brexit preparedness

A transport ministry spokeswoman said 89 trucks were taking part in the exercise.

Fitness trends 2019: how your workout will change next year

Next year is an opportunity to get better workout results than ever before.

Exercise may be as effective as medication for lowering high blood...

Boosting activity levels in addition to drug treatment could be a good idea.

Working out in the evening doesn’t disrupt sleep, says new study

The findings showed that moderate exercise in the evening did not cause sleep problems in any of the studies examined.

Incontinence: How Kegel exercises can reverse it

By practicing Kegel exercises regularly, you will be able to regain bladder control as the muscles involved will be continuously strengthened.

Eat, pray, exercise: Thailand’s monks battle weight problems

Every morning Buddhist monk Pipit Sarakitwinon takes walks around his temple and does hundreds of arm exercises, part of a new regimen aimed at shedding pounds.

Coping with the aftermath of cardiac arrest

Besides making lifestyle changes in diet, nutrition and exercise, it is also beneficial to explore your emotions and learn ways to relax.

How data science contributes to better health care

Data science can monitor and prevent health problems, improve accuracy of diagnosis, improve personalised treatment, and much more.

Russia turns up uninvited to major Nato wargames

Russia has already made clear its displeasure at Nato's Trident Juncture exercises.

Stop work at 11am and exercise for 15 minutes daily, Dr...

The prime minister says the sedentary lifestyle is taking a toll on the health of Malaysians, especially office workers, and that they must walk or move their bodies to stay healthy and live longer.

Commuting to work through nature could boost your mental health

The positive association with mental health was even stronger among those who reported active commuting through natural environments.

Diabetes: Are you ready to change your habits?

Having diabetes may seem like a world of never-ending restrictions but the good news is that even a tiny change can make a huge impact on your health.

Creating the perfect balance between health and wealth

As in many things in life, it comes down to balance because too much or too little of anything can be detrimental to your financial and physical health.

Physical activity can boost smokers’ lung function even in areas with...

The findings showed that regular physical activity was associated with higher levels of lung function among smokers. regardless of air pollution levels.