It's practically a Presidential order. Usually, when First Lady Michelle Obama speaks publicly about food, healthy eating comes first and foremost.
Find out what the facts say about this trusty relationship advice. They say the key to relationships is never going to bed angry, but are "they" really right?
We asked about the physical and mental tactics they use when the going gets tough. Here's how you can use those strategies, too.
Nope, it's not being a chef. Back in January, we reported on a study that found the type of job you have may affect your obesity risk: Truck drivers had the highest likelihood of being obese, while health-diagnosing occupations had the lowest likelihood (shocker).
Start penny-pinching now. The bride and groom aren't the only ones shelling out big bucks for their special day: Wedding guests pay an average of almost $600 to attend the celebration, according to a new report by American Express.
Here's why you should be, too. Lupita, Lupita, Lupita. We cannot get enough of Lupita Nyong'o. And neither, apparently, can People.
It's officially OK to laugh. By Emily Abbate for fitbie.com The world of health, sports, and fitness leaves a lot of room for awkwardness—from tight, minimal clothing options, to an excessive amount of sweat that leads to looking wretchedly disheveled in public, to all sorts of room for human error.
Read on to figure out how your "faptitude" (yes, that would be fat aptitude) compares to the average American's.
Put these bad habits to bed to keep your goals on track. By Leha Shy for POPSUGAR Fitness After a jam-packed day of eating right, staying active, and making other healthy choices, it's easy to undo all your hard work just minutes before bedtime.
Do they really kill your libido? Here's what the research says. We've all heard that headaches are the stereotypical excuse to get out of having sex when you're not in the mood, but new research says there might be some truth to it.
Lifestyle blogger Meg Biram designed her dream office. Now she's sharing her tips for revamping your own space After three years of working from home, two things were really bothering me: I had been way too sedentary and I felt the overwhelming urge to be around people every day—have somewhere to be in the mornings, a reason to wash my hair, and an excuse to wear the nice clothes I've invested in over the years.
And the award goes to… Here at Women's Health, we're forever on the hunt for great songs to help get you through your sweat session.
Channel your inner Katy Perry—and keep your day job—with these tips. Sure, colorful hair is nothing new when it comes to celebs like Ke$ha, Kelly Osbourne and Katy Perry, who premiered her "slime" green hair just in time for her recent trip to Coachella.
Plus, how to clock more snooze time ASAP Your favorite guilty pleasure could be costing you some z's: Binge-watching TV leads to less sleep, according to a new survey by SleepRate.
Get ready to rethink your go-to smoothie. If you've only eaten rhubarb in strawberry-rhubarb pie, you're totally missing out.
Should every relationship end in marital bliss? Not everyone likes the tune of wedding bells: Nearly two in five Americans don't believe marriage is necessary, according to a new Harris Interactive Poll. MORE: The Best Ages to Move in Together, Get Married, and Have Babies Harris surveyed 2,266 American adults and found that while most people believe marriage is important, their answers ultimately varied based on their age.
Because who doesn’t want to walk out of the gym feeling pumped-up? Every week, Your New Favorite Playlist introduces you to workout-worthy tunes from a different fitness brand.
And we’d like to be the first ones in line to see it. In completely awesome news, Heather Graham is working on a screenplay that sounds like your new favorite movie.
Boston Strong Yesterday's Boston Marathon was an incredible display of speed, strength, and endurance.
Women's Health Fitness Director Jen Ator shares her latest—and biggest—fitness goal. Sports have played a pivotal role throughout my life.