Your motivation for wanting to be fit may change with age, but one thing is constant: Exercise can benefit everyone, and it’s never too late to start.
From vaccinations to standard screenings, there are measures every adult should take to stay on top of their health.
Rhode Island spends more than half a billion dollars annually on obesity-related health costs, and the state government picks up 64 percent of that tab. There are action plans in place to curb the obesity epidemic in Rhode Island, but are these initiatives enough to tip the scales?
It's not how you look, it's how you think you look. These days more and more women, from grade-schoolers to those facing middle-age, see themselves as needing improvement and it has less to do with actual appearance than it does with self-esteem.
Slogging to the gym day after day can be rough, but what else is a girl to do if she wants to stay in shape?
Skin care, the HVP vaccine, breast health, migrain pain and sexual health.
Healthy smoothies, GMO information, and sugar substitutes.
In the late summer sizzle, passionate players in a game of wits and skill more than meet their match.
152 dentists who will make you smile.
The state’s top dermatologist, Lynn Iler, shares some misconceptions about the most common cancer in the United States.