Mom who weight lifted during pregnancy shows off her baby's 'muscle'
A video showing a woman's pregnancy workout routine has sparked debate online after showing her newborn baby.
Seaweed could be key to more successful heart surgeries, study suggests
A team of researchers is using a natural material derived from seaweed known as fucoidan to modify synthetic blood vessels.
Poor Women Have Heart Attacks Earlier Than Wealthy Women: Study
Scientists behind the research say women on low incomes lack the health choices and lifestyle care available to their richer neighbors.
How Much Cardio to Do Per Week to Keep Your Heart Healthy
Physical activity, including aerobic exercise, is vital for heart health. So, how much should you be doing every week?
Dad Shares Baby's 'Bulk Update' Gym Routine in Hilarious Viral Video
Footage of an eight-month-old's rigorous workout regime has been making people laugh online, and it "might be time to send him to a full-time training camp."
Cardio or Weight Training—Which Should Be Done First to Build Muscle
Should you do cardio before or after weights if you're looking to build muscle? Newsweek asked the experts their thoughts on the age old fitness dilemma.
'In Sickness and Health': Couple Exchanges Vows in Houston Emergency Room
Hours before the ceremony, the groom was rushed to the emergency room by ambulance but remained determined to exchange vows.
Most Recovered COVID-19 Patients Left With Heart Damage, Study Shows
Almost 80 percent of recovered COVID-19 patients suffered damage to their heart.
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Why Boxing Is the Perfect At-Home Workout for You
Want to lose weight? Bulk or tone up? Boxing is a full-body workout that's ideal for almost all fitness enthusiasts, even the ones who don't want to leave the house.
Vaping Could Be 'Potentially Even More' Harmful to Hearts Than Smoking
The warning comes amid a U.S.-wide outbreak of vaping-related lung injuries.
Optimists Live Longer and Are Less Likely to Have Heart Problems
A co-author of the study told Newsweek it is possible to boost our optimism.
Vegetarian Diets Linked to Lower Heart Disease Risk, Higher Stroke Risk
Diets rich in vegetables and fruits are still thought to be the healthiest.
Take a Hike: 8 Great Walking Tours of the World
There's no better way to truly experience a country than a walking tour. Here are eight great hikes - guided and not - that will help you unplug and allow you to really delve into a destination.
Eating This Much Chocolate May Cut Heart Disease Risk
But eating too much chocolate appeared to raise the risk of heart disease.
Too Much Good Cholesterol Could Raise Risk of Death
"Good" cholesterol helps to prevent arteries from blocking, but too much could also be bad for our health.
Exercising This Much As a Teen Lowers Blood Pressure
Evidence suggests the signs of cardiovascular disease appear in our teen years.
Multivitamins Don't Improve Heart Health: Study
A growing body of research is questioning the benefits of multivitamins.
Study: Most U.S. Toddlers Eat Too Much Sugar
The amount of sugar children eat rises as they age, the study shows.
Study: Older Mothers Linked to Heart Problems in Kids
Being born to an older mother may carry life-long implications for heart health, the study's lead author told Newsweek.
Study: Having More Kids Linked to Heart Disease
Researchers hope their work will encourage people with big families to look after their heart health.
Study: Simply Walking Faster Could Help You Live Longer
The research was important to those who felt they didn't have enough time to exercise.
That Extra Glass of Wine Might Shorten Your Life
Drinking too much might take 30 minutes off your life.
Not All Proteins Are Good for Your Heart, Study Finds
New research suggests that heart health is more complex than monitoring plant and animal proteins.
Smoking Just One Cigarette a Day Is Still Bad For You
The new study included data from millions of men and women—and the results are striking.
Trump Reveals Surprising Exercise Regime
The president has explained that he amazed medical staff last week by walking on a treadmill.
How Did George Michael Die? A Look Back
The coroner's report was released months after the singer's death.
All Adults Benefit From High Blood Pressure Screening
Every American should be screened regularly for hypertension, says a panel of experts.