Health & Wellness

A 50,000-man study has discovered an astonishingly simple and delectable approach to improve your erections.

As we prepare for the coming of summer and its warmer weather...

The early bird gym larks versus the weights room night owls has been a score that hasn't been settled in years. Who has the upper hand? Who's doing it correctly?
On a global basis, men's testosterone levels are declining. While lifestyle variables can have an impact on both testosterone levels and sperm health, research suggests that there is something considerably more significant at work.
Stress isn't always recognized as a bad thing. Learn how to use positive stress to propel your training to the next level.
We all experience varied amounts of stress at some point in our life, whether it's a minor "speed bump" or ongoing, chronic stress.
If you've ever been to a group exercise class where everyone's heart rates and projected calorie burning are displayed on a screen, you know how different these numbers can be. You've probably also observed that guys burn more calories than women on average. Have you ever wondered why, even during the same workout, different people burn calories at such varied rates?
The 10,000-step-per-day goal has sparked a slew of exercise challenges and is still the default setting on many fitness monitors. Perhaps meeting your step goal, which is around 5 miles, is part of your own wellness routine.
Is getting 10,000 steps every day, however, actually beneficial to our overall health? Is it just another exercise fad?

It is common knowledge that a nutritious diet combined with regular exercise is a tried-and-true approach to lose weight. Unfortunately, not everyone understands the importance of both the food they eat and the liquids they consume. The liquids you consume on a daily basis have an impact on your weight loss goals. We'll look at the link between alcohol and weight loss in this post. What are your thoughts on whether or not alcohol slows your metabolism? Let's get this figured out!

In the United States, recreational marijuana, sometimes known as cannabis, is legal in 18 states as of January 2022. A total of 28 states have legalized medical marijuana or CBD oil. According to the US Department of Health and Human Services' 2019 National Survey on Drug Use, 46 percent of adults in the United States have tried marijuana.
It’s happened to all of us. Whether its because you stayed up late or your body just needed the extra rest, you’ve hit the forbidden “snooze” button. But what if it’s still possible to “own” your morning, even with a late start?