Yet 80 percent of respondents want to reduce their risk of dementia.
According to researchers at Washington State University, the answer is yes.
Thankfully, there are ways to combat mental and physical fatigue, even in isolation.
Gyms and fitness centers are closed, but your living room is always open.
Playing and being creative shouldn't stop when you grow up.
Increasing numbers of seniors need help with basic tasks. It doesn't have to be that way.
Need to kick-start your creativity? This technique can really help.
A little goes a long way.
A new study shows choosing to be active is a lot of work for our brains. Here are some ways to make it easier.
Think walking is void of philosophy? Nietzsche and Gros are here to say you're wrong.
An American research team wanted to know which combination of diet and exercise has the most beneficial results on metabolic syndrome in 10 weeks.
One type of dog in particular is linked with the lowest rates of cardiovascular disease in their human pals.
Lazy but want to stay in shape? You may soon be able to have it both ways, thanks to a new pill in testing from GlaxoSmithKline.
Does a shot of espresso before walking into an exam make a difference?
Your willpower is a muscle that can be trained. Here is a wealth of scientific information to help you understand your behavior and engineer a successful health and weight-loss plan.
"Lifelong learning is extremely important," says Nobel laureate Dr. Eric Kandel, "and the more we learn about life span the more important we realize it is."
Fitness experts are praising the benefits of crawling.
New research by Australian scientists shows what exercise can make some people more intelligent and prevent dementia.
Want to improve your mood? This study recommends you get walking, even for a short time, and even if your surroundings aren't picturesque.
A new study shows that cerebral blood flow within the left and right hippocampus significantly decreases after just 10 days of without exercise.
A new study shows that addressing the ADHD epidemic may require a dose of physical activity, so kids can refocus and learn effectively in a classroom.
The famous inventor Nikola Tesla shared his views on dieting and exercising that helped him think better and live longer.
Brief bursts of intense exercise give the same health benefits as a long moderate workout.