Walking is a great way to burn calories, but there are ways to increase that caloric burn.
As time passes, we learning more about the effects of Long COVID, a syndrome that affects a portion of people who contract COVID-19. Here's what we know so far.
Is the daily recommendation of drinking eight cups of water a day accurate? Here's what to know about hydrating.
Approximately 40% of adults experience vertigo at least once in their life. There are various causes, all of which have varying levels of treatment.
Recovering from a lack of sleep takes longer than you'd expect — it can take more than a week to get back to your normal self. Here's why.
Overweight people who ate fewer carbohydrates and increased their fat intake had significant improvements in their cardiovascular disease risk factors.
The Oura ring's data tracking capabilities are powerful tools, and can even help you detect when an illness is coming on. And those tools helped a trainer realize he should get tested for COVID-19, ultimately preventing him from spreading the virus to others.
When you start to feel your muscles shake, you may feel like you can't finish your workout, but that doesn't mean you should stop. So what exactly happens when you start to shake?
Smoothies are versatile, fill of veggies, fruits, yogurt, milk and more. But are you taking in more calories than you think you are?
When Lauren C. started to suffer from a frozen shoulder, it changed everything. Since the start of the pandemic, Lauren has been working with Jon Mendola in Darien to regain not just mobility in her shoulder, but to regain as much of her previous life and hobbies as she can.