Jeremy Ryland: We've said a lot about diet pills and weight loss medications in the past, but today we're going to take a closer look at the various medications and pills out there, and give you an honest-to-goodness summary on what works, what doesn't, and why.
Patricia Lindhart: It's gained a lot of publicity - and even sparked a population-level activity spike... But will catching tiny monsters help our health in the long run?
Patricia Lindhart: According to a new study, eating a healthy diet when you're younger can have significant benefits helping you stay mobile as you grow older.
Jeremy Ryland: New study shows that regular exercise lowers your risks of developing 13 different types of cancer - far more than previously identified.
Kendra Silverson: Fast food is rarely good for you - but a new study now shows that it could also be increasing your exposure to hormone-disrupting chemicals called phthalates.
Jeremy Ryland: Physical exercise has always been good for your brain - and now we understand more about why.
Patricia Lindhart: You can't change growing older - but you can manage the aging process. With the right adjustments to your daily lifestyle, you can take the bite out of turning 50. Or 60. Or even 70 and 80...
Jeremy Ryland: Would you exercise more for $1,500? One health insurance company hopes so - and you need to take note of their motivations.
Jeremy Ryland: Some of them are blatant, intentional deceptions, while others may appear to be harmless and even seem like common sense. Either way, falling for these myths can hurt your progress and make losing weight a lot harder than it needs to be.
Patricia Lindhart: That 15lbs you put on over the holidays might not worry you now - but if you don't deal with it you'll simply add more next fall, and so on. There's never been a better time to change the tide and get proactive about your health!
Kendra Silverson: Sleep deprivation isn't just a convenient excuse when you get a case of the yawns. It's a genuine health condition that affects your body and your mind in significant ways. So before you set an extra alarm on your phone and stay up that extra hour playing video games or out with friends, take a minute and read on.
Alex Roberts: Your intake of pollutants from the air increases dramatically during exercise because you breathe faster and deeper. Learm more about whether outdoor exercise could actually harm your health.