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And the number may not be what you think.
Depression is a complex, common illness that stems from social, psychological, and biological factors. New research aims to unlock the interplay between physical activity and depression.
A new study shows most sport supplement research is done on men, not women—and blanket recommendations for both groups may be holding women back.
Instead of lying awake for hours, this TikTok trend allowed me to drift off within minutes (really).
Need to get your energy levels up ASAP? Try these science-backed tips that’ll have you feeling awake and reenergized in mere minutes.
You’re completely wiped out after that long run—so why can’t you fall sleep?
Yes, training can be a stress-buster—or it can cause even more stress. Learn how to find the line between the two and get smart about stress.
Despite victories on big stages, Equal Pay Day amplifies how far we still lag behind—and why it matters for our well-being.
Go ahead, let your mind wander. It can be highly beneficial for your overall health and wellness.
Think taking that wet sponge you’ve had sitting in your sink all week to wipe down your fridge is all you need to get it nice and tidy? Think again!
"I sometimes look back on my younger self and wish I could give her a hug."
Real stories about how running and motherhood change each other.
Dimity McDowell had built her life around running. But to stay pain-free, she had to accept that it was time to put the running shoes away—for good.
Staying physically active not only improves your immune system, but may also affect how your body responds to vaccination, including the COVID-19 vaccines.