When one half of this cycling duo took a bad spill, everything went as well as could be expected, thanks to expert planning. Find out how you can follow their lead.

Walt Disney Elementary’s second annual health fair was a success, providing tons of interactive exhibits and healthy info for attendees.

It’s often said that we are what we eat, but most of us never stop to consider how this truism extends well beyond our waking hours. Does what we eat affect our sleep? Does our sleep affect what we eat? The answer is an emphatic “yes” on both counts, according to registered dietitian Sara McQueen, of Grove City Medical Center.

More manufacturers are embracing plant-based alternatives over synthetic food coloring, but experts question whether synthetic food coloring is harmful.

Shrieks of joy could be heard outside East Pike Elementary School in winter 2014 when Leanne Jack took her K-3 students sledding during their physical education classes.

Losing weight is hard. Keeping it off is even harder. But it helps when you have friends in the battle with you. 

The weather is cold, it gets dark earlier and there are all sorts of holiday snacks around. Who can possibly stay in shape during the winter?

Are you confused about carbohydrates? With so many diet trends in the news today, from low-carb to gluten-free, it can be hard to find clear information about carbohydrates.

Research has found broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, and other cruciferous vegetables, lead to a lower risk of breast cancer.

Salads don’t have to be boring! Check out these salad recipes that will satisfy your cravings and have you looking forward to lunchtime salads.

On this fitness adventure, Danette takes you to a zero-gravity float tank, intended to relax your mind and body.

Revamp your approach to dessert for healthier options that will quench your cravings for sweets without breaking your calorie bank.