Nobody wants food poisoning. Here’s how to avoid it next time you cook, plus other headlines that caught our eye this week.
Since the release of the book Wild, more women are spending time in the great outdoors. Here’s why it’s time for everyone to invest in some hiking boots.
It takes more than standing to undo the effects of sitting all day. Here’s how swapping out seated time for walking might help.
There’s nothing worse than traveling while sleep deprived. These expert tips from seasoned jetsetters will help you sleep better and avoid jet lag next time you’re on the road.
Not all protein bars are created equal. Learn how to separate the best from the rest with these expert health tips.
You always thought stress was your enemy, but what if it’s not? A new book argues that if you can embrace stress, you can make it work in your favor.
Instead of buying artificially flavored mixes, try these homemade margarita recipes that cut down on sugar but still taste great!
We’re not saying don’t do them, but even physical therapists warn these exercises could mean trouble if performed incorrectly. Read on to learn which moves to do with extra care.
Is a running injury threatening to sideline you after weeks of race training? Here’s how to deal with pains or strains and come back stronger than ever.
Medicinal mushrooms are gaining buzz as the hottest new way to supplement your diet. Find out if ‘shroom smoothies or tea will help you reap the health benefits.
These seven free cooking lessons will finally teach you how to cook — from mastering knife skills to perfecting that chicken dish.
The official drink of the Kentucky Derby isn’t always a winner in the nutrition category. Get our healthier mint julep recipe, just in time for spring.
Our favorite health and fitness reads from this week, including a new genetically modified organisms (GMO) labeling law and coloring books as therapy.
No clue where to start when it comes to strength training? Here’s everything you need to know about structuring your workouts, for your first six months and beyond.