Staying physically active not only improves your immune system, but may also affect how your body responds to vaccination, including the COVID-19 vaccines.
The combo of red peppers and tomatoes makes for a vitamin C payload.
Researchers from Sao Paulo found that marathoners taking a probiotic supplement were less likely to get sick after their race.
A new study out of Kaiser Permanente Southern California looks at the correlation between activity level and COVID hospitalizations and mortality.
In a recent GU Energy Lab nutrition happy hour, we learned how runners can stay healthy this fall and winter.
It can give you a longer life, better sleep, improved immunity, mood, and more—and yes, it's even good for your knees and lower back.
Running is a safe form of exercise to do during the pandemic, but how is it different from running on any other day?