Whether it's the beginning of a new year or anytime in between, finding ways to life a healthier life pain off in spades and result in maintaining sharpness, fitness and more.
To find success in your New Year's resolutions, ask yourself these questions: Do they align with my values; are my eggs in different baskets; and are there too many?
In a few weeks, people will begin making their resolutions for 2016. A year ends, a year begins and we examine our lives and we ask ourselves what we can do better.
If 2015 hasn't quite been your year, don't despair. These top health and fitness stories will help inspire you to start 2016 off right, for a fit and fabulous, beautiful you!
Gone are the Bojangles fried chicken and biscuits. When supporters offer Tex-Mex, she takes a salad. And forget about cake (most of the time).
Fitness guru Jorge Cruise has been in the business of healthy living for a long time at this point. Here are some of his pointers of healthy living.
It's been nearly two years since Richard Simmons vanished from the public eye, but a representative for the fitness guru spoke with TMZ this week to explain why he's been M.I.A.
Outlining his professional regimen for jumpstarting a slow metabolism, "Dr. T's Drop the Fat Diet; 12 Steps to a Leaner You Forever" explains how to flush away body toxins with nutritional medicine and which foods you should avoid at all costs.
A new survey by Merck shows that of 66 percent of people living with HIV are more concerned with their other chronic health conditions than their HIV.
For most people, the holidays are a little bit stressful. And for those who are already struggling day-to-day with chronic pain or fibromyalgia, the added holiday stresses can actually trigger a flare of pain symptoms.