Wellness company Rae’s product is effectively marketed—even if it might not actually be effective.
We set out to debunk and/or extol the virtues of drinking lemon water. The news is mostly sour.
Researchers take a close and dispassionate look at what happens when we consume food late at night.
Most people return to reality after five or six hours, while my brain gets flooded with epiphanies all night. I asked an expert why.
Your metabolism slows as you age, which makes it harder to lose weight. Here's how to fight those effects.
Even seasoned marathoners can still have the dreaded runner's paunch.
Why have I felt far hungrier on days in which I’ve eaten twice the amount of calories and performed very little exercise?
In the largest citizen science experiment to date, more than 11,000 people sent poop samples to a San Diego lab.
Could working out in cold weather actually be good for you?
This test says that I—and maybe you—have been doing cardio wrong since forever.
"Diets do not work."
Is my elliptical a liar?