21.8.2019 11:38 am
Using your phone during a break from a mentally challenging task may prevent your brain from recharging.
If you want to take a break and recharge from mentally challenging work, then it's best not to look at your phone, according to a new study.
Bodyweight exercises can help with better balance, range of movement, and getting that well-rounded look.
New research suggests that teens who start puberty later could have an increased risk of bone fractures when they are older.
Indoor beach sports are a perfect way of getting fit while having fun and socialising with friends.
You’re more likely to develop the condition if you’re significantly overweight, with a BMI of 30 or higher.
Hiking is a good way to tone your whole body – it helps strengthen your quadriceps, glutes, hips, lower legs and hamstrings.
New research has revealed how habits such as drinking and smoking in the evening could affect our sleep that night.
The findings showed that patients who received the treatment lost on average 4.4 kg and experienced no side effects.
Researchers suggest not texting while intoxicated or delaying posting on social media to minimise social harm.
Go shopping for your shoes in the afternoon when your feet are slightly enlarged so you get the right fit for your exercise routine.
In addition to tracking user exercise and helping them reach fitness goals, Google Fit now also tracks your sleep patterns.
Through VR, seniors can go places they’ve never been and check destinations off their bucket lists.
Schedule your exercise sessions the same way you schedule work meetings – look at it as you essentially setting a meeting with your health.