Dr. Doris Calloway was a pioneer in food science, producing key research on reproductive nutrition, food preservation, malnutrition and dietary standards. She was a researcher, educator and mentor, and left a lasting legacy on the world of nutrition and public health.
Trish Kirsch discusses how Performance helped her daughter, Saylor, recover after an injury; Though doctors were unable to help at first, they were finally able to discover the source of her Saylor's injuries and put her on the path to recovery. It was not an easy path, but Saylor defied odds and returned stronger than ever to the sport of diving.
As a young athlete, Megan Kudrick sustained many injuries. But instead of slowing her down, they helped her find her passion: athletic training.
Good Morning America host Lara Spencer discusses her Optimal Health journey, her recovery after hip surgery, and how she copes with stress.
In the first part of our three-part introductory series on nutrition, we examine the relationship between stress and food.
To celebrate the beginning of Black History Month, Lead Trainer Jordan James writes about his experience taking control of his health in the world of fitness.
Here’s a guide to our pantry staples that will give you the tools you need to eat healthy and make delicious meals this year.
If you need some help making positive changes in your life, a friend by your side or an app that sends you reminders is a good way to stay accountable.
Even though races are still canceled, three-time Boston Marathon winner Heather Pech is not letting the pandemic stop her from performing better than ever.