Back to school means back to packing lunches and if the go to PB&J is becoming boring, there are other delicious options available.
Protein is an important part of a balanced diet and can help build strength, muscle and can aid with weight loss.
People typically think of the gym as a "kid free" zone, but YMCA is unique in the sense that when your child is 7 years old, they can actually work out with you.
Surfers are inspiring athletes to adopt their workouts. It turns out the types of drills and exercises surfers do can improve your skills in any competition.
Sometimes picking the best foods for a healthy lifestyle is as simple as buying what's in season at the time. But navigating farmers markets and then finding a way to work those fresh items into meals can be intimidating.
The most popular New Year resolution for Americans is to lose weight, followed by save money and get organized.
Instead of lacing up your shoes for your next workout, consider putting on a tail. Yes, that's right… a tail!
There is a 60-minute workout designed to make sure you get the most out of each second. It's called the Orange Theory.
Weekend Warriors are a growing group of people who only workout once or twice a week. They get moving with low-volume, high-intensity interval training.
Have you heard of the Canyoneers? They're naturalists trained by the San Diego Natural History Museum.
Want to build confidence and muscle at the same time? You may want to visit Pure Barre Carlsbad and experience a workout that is like no other. Barre is a combination of pilates and dance, yet classes are for all ages and no experience needed. Classes are small and intimate which allow instructors to work with individuals, making the experience one to remember.
The arrival of warm weather is a perfect time to make family lifestyle changes that can help children achieve and maintain a healthy weight, a doctor says.
March is considered 'Nutrition Month' and the perfect time to raise awareness between health and hunger in San Diego.
Meditation may work better than painkillers when it comes to soothing chronic low back pain, a new clinical trial suggests.
Have you ever had someone tell you to “just breathe” when you were stressed out or upset? That advice may sound a bit flippant, but breathing can actually help you manage your feelings of stress.
Walking, cycling or taking public transit to work helps middle-aged adults lose body fat and weight, new research suggests.
Whether you're hiking a mountain or walking the beach, the California terrain is good for your health.
Fitness Friday was all about water sports Friday morning, so we explored affordable ways to get to the water. You don't have to own a boat or even have a friend with a boat!
If you had chicken box as a child, you are at risk of getting shingles. But did you know that it can also work the other way around?
Celebrating its fourteenth year, the St. Jude Thanks and Giving campaign has transformed the holiday season into a time of giving thanks by raising awareness and funds for the ongoing battle to end childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases.
A shift on the San Diego health front this week as the focus moves from flu and cold season to infections targeting young patients.
It is proving to be a bad flu season in San Diego County with an elevated number of cases and three deaths already reported. The Nurse Practitioner at CVS Minute Clinic said it's not too late to get a flu shot and if you do come down with symptoms, getting treatment immediately is vital.
Just because we are getting closer to winter, doesn't mean we should be out and about without sunscreen.
The Board of Supervisors on Monday extended a state of emergency stemming from the year-old hepatitis A outbreak in San Diego County amid signs that the rate of new infections is slowing.
From breathing issues to skin problem, a variety of things are making a mark on the San Diego health front right now. And the nurse practitioners at CVS Minute Clinic have some good advice for dealing with them.
A weekly update on an outbreak of hepatitis A in the San Diego region included seven new cases, as the rate of infections continued to slow.
A sea of pink will travel through San Diego starting Friday for the Susan G. Komen San Diego 3-Day. The 60 mile journey kicks off early Friday morning and ends Sunday evening at the final destination – the celebratory Closing Ceremony.
According to new blood pressure guidelines released on Monday, nearly 50 percent of American citizens are considered to have high blood pressure.