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Not All Who Wear Fitness Trackers Are Lost

But there is one key psychological fallacy to avoid.<p>New results published this week in the <i>Journal of the American Medical Association</i> say that wearable monitor devices do not help people lose weight. Rather the opposite: People who wore trackers for 18 months of attempted weight loss actually lost</i> …

Weight Loss

Swim Your Way to a 6-Pack

"It's that simple."<p>Phelps and swimming guru Terry Laughlin, president of the New York-based swimming think tank Total Immersion (totalimmersion.net), helped us put together a step-by-step swimming workout guide to leaving your lanemates behind. If you're a beginner, our plan will keep you from …

5 Running Tips to Maximize Your Weight Loss

What’s your favorite physical activity? For many people, running is an activity that is good for both the body and soul. Running can help you …

Are your eating habits making your skin age faster than it should?

It’s not just about what you put on your face that keeps you looking young, it’s about what you put in your body. The most multi-tasking, …

Nutrition

What’s Actually in Your Fast Food?

Fast food is not necessarily bad, however, in many cases, it is highly processed and has great amount of added <b>sugar, sodium (salt), unhealthy fats, and carbohydrates</b>.<p>These foods are usually high in calories yet offer some or no any nutritional values. When fast food recurrently replaces healthy …

Nutrition

Kids who play more outdoors may be less likely to have problems with peers

Kids who spend more time outdoors seem to gain a boost in their peer relations, according to a new report from Statistics Canada.<p>On Wednesday, the …

Sitting for long periods of time is the cause of 4% of deaths worldwide

The next time you wrap up your work day and realize you've been sitting in front of the computer for almost eight straight hours, maybe you won't …