Whether your coworkers are your besties or you hardly know them at all, forming stronger bonds at work could be good for your health—and theirs.
Go ahead, get your dad another cheesy card this Father’s Day. And then show him how much you really care with a heart-to-heart about his health.
Dude, those completely preventable chronic diseases you’re more likely to develop? There are simple tests and screenings that can catch them early.
As your hormones shift throughout the month, you might notice changes in everything from your energy levels to your sleep. Here’s how to stay ahead of the changes with Fitbit.
Researchers tested eight upper back exercises. These two came out on top.
A bad night’s sleep doesn’t just make you tired, it can significantly affect your mood and brainpower, too.
Celebrate your birthday without abandoning your health and fitness goals by swapping dinner and drinks for one of these eight activities.
Don’t just go with the flow—take control of it with Fitbit’s new female health tracking tool.
If you think sacrificing time off is a surefire way to get ahead at work, think again. Research shows that taking advantage of your vacation days may actually improve your chances at happiness and success.
Healthy sleep patterns have been associated with everything from boosted productivity to increased weight loss, but some research indicates too much sleep could hurt your health.