It’s heart-health month: Do you know how your heart’s doing? Get an idea using Fitbit’s version of an expert-recommended cardiorespiratory fitness test.
If you’re feeling the love this week with lots and lots of chocolate, here’s what you need to know before breaking into that heart-shaped box.
Before you raise a glass with your sweetheart, find out how much red wine really does for your health. Here’s what an expert has to say about the grape debate.
The daily recommendation for sodium is surprisingly puny. But small changes to your diet can make a big difference when it comes to supporting a healthy heart.
New gym bag, new membership, new sneakers—getting fit can make your wallet slim! But research shows shelling out a little cash on your fitness routine up front could save you bundle later.
Discover why it’s a good idea to keep track of your resting heart rate and what you can do to improve it over time.
Learn how too much stress can overwork your heart, and discover tips to counter the negative impact on your health.
Cardio doesn’t only have to happen at the gym. Watch these short videos to learn four fun moves you can use to tear up the dance floor and torch calories!
Headlines touting the health benefits of gratitude are abundant these days—and for good reason! Research shows a daily gratitude practice can reduce heart attack risk, strengthen the immune system, improve sleep quality, and boost productivity at work.
Great news: According to a study from Stanford University you’ve been helping Dad stay heart-healthy since the day you were born! Researchers tracked 135,000 men over a ten year period and found fathers are less likely to suffer from cardiovascular disease than childless men. Want to make sure dear old Dad’s heart continues to stay in tip-top...