These common myths and facts about egg yolks might surprise you.
Posts Tagged American Heart Association
There are plenty of good reasons to work out, but it turns out that extra gym sessions might not prevent the dreaded holiday weight gain.
When it comes to food and nutrition, misunderstandings and misinformation abound.
But it’s too early to conclude that physical activity has nothing to do with weight management. Here’s why the link between exercise and weight loss is more complicated than we might want to believe.
Can exercise literally be a prescription for lifting your mood?
Okay, this is a weird one: Four highly specific physical characteristics of aging appear to predict heart disease. So says research presented yesterday at the Scientific Sessions of the American Heart Association in Los Angeles.
You’ve read about foods that burn fat, and foods to help you sleep. But when it comes to heart health, all we seem to hear about is what not to eat. (With red meat always topping the list.) There are some foods, however, that scientists say contribute to low blood pressure