Studies show the popular practice of slowing down and tuning in offers a number of positive health benefits. And you can do it at your desk!
Need another reason to hit your daily step goal? A new study shows walking can increase blood flow to your brain and improve cognitive function.
Want to be a star at the office? Focussing on your health and fitness goals can also benefit your performance at work. Here’s how.
Keep your finger on the pulse of your health—literally. Your resting heart rate may reveal way more than just how fit you are.
Social support can help you reach almost any goal. And a new study finds connecting with a virtual community might also have a positive impact on your health.
There are lots of numbers that can tell you a something about your health, but two of the most common are resting heart rate and blood pressure.
Another birthday could be a signal for you to cut back on coffee, tea, and more.
There are lots of different POVs in the workplace, and you all need to get along. But how can you get someone to change their mind?
A new study shows stepping outside the thermal comfort zone could boost your metabolism and improve your health.
Even if you can’t stand up and walk around the conference room, there are things you can do during meetings to stay active.