The world of exercise options is almost limitless. This could be the very problem you’re having now that you’ve committed to exercising regularly - where do you start and what should you try?
Sitting or remaining sedentary for long stretches of time has been linked to markedly increased risks for obesity, diabetes and heart disease. Learn how you can get started toward a less sedentary work day.
Apps promise to help you lose weight, quit smoking and more. But do they all work? Care New England experts weigh in on ways to stay healthy with your mobile device. #Healthy365
Due to scoliosis, Thailand resident Eden had difficulty sleeping most of his life. It wasn't until he traveled across the North Atlantic to Pawtucket Memorial Hospital's Sleep Lab, that he finally got the help.
Olympic swimmer, Kathleen Baker, recently shared with the world her battle with Crohn’s disease, a disease that plagues nearly 700,000 Americans. Learn more about the warning signs, and the risks associated with this disease.
Heartburn is very common, can strike people of all ages and any kind of medical history and should be taken seriously.
Pokémon GO has become a popular game among young people. Learn about some of the mental health benefits as well as possible drawbacks of playing the reality game.
Having youngsters around is a great motivational factor to get moving. However, allowing adequate time to warm-up can help prevent an injury for those who are just starting up or are out of shape.
How dense breast tissue can make it difficult to read a mammogram and has been associated with a modest increase in one's risk for breast cancer.
As Tammy and her husband Jason prepared for the birth of their new baby, they knew a low intervention, natural birthing experience is what they wanted.