November 14, 2018

Don't think that it is inevitable to gain weight during the holidays.  And don't think that you have to miss out on everything to keep from doing so either.  Just make some smart, preventative decisions, and you'll be on your way of escaping the holidays without one po...

In any major city worldwide, you can't take two steps without passing several coffee shops. But health-conscious java lovers want to know: Is a regular caffeine habit good for your health, or should you cut back?

Overall, the morning beverage gets superfood status in mo...

With training at an all-time high for athletes, and even those just trying to get in shape, recovery needs to be put as a high interest too.  Houston's KHOU's Matt Musil has heard about the new revolutionary recovery method for athletes and execs alike, cryotherapy, an...

July 2, 2018

We see it every day, adults, and kids alike, drinking those delicious-looking frozen drinks from Starbucks with a name to the drink that requires a million words, like the Double Ristretto Venti Half-Soy Nonfat Decaf Organic Chocolate Brownie Iced Vanilla Double-Shot G...

June 26, 2018

You lifts big weights, you gain big muscles, but is that actually beneficial for your sport, hobby or your even your lifestyle?

ABC's Channel 13 TV Anchor Erik Barajas investigates on what top athletes like LaBron James, Jose Altuve, and many other are doing to get in g...

June 19, 2018

We've heard so much of the benefits of foam rolling but carrying a 3 foot foam roll, laying on a dirty ground, and rolling over and over, isn't so much fun.   Not to mention that people look at you funny whenever you do it.

Recently ou...

Do you think low-fat pudding and sugary cereals are healthy? The FDA's regulations say they are. But they're finally taking another look at the guidelines for "healthy" food designations on packaging.

The FDA's definition of what makes a food healthy is based on factors...

May 27, 2018

“I have seen so many kids get burned out because they have given up their other sports for one, and by the time college comes around they don’t even want to play anymore.”

Single-sport specialization among young kids is on the rise.

According to a March 2017 study by the...

April 23, 2018

On average, the rate of non-contact ACL injuries in females is between 70 to 80 percent and is 2 to 9 times more likely to happen than in males, with an average increased incidence of 3.5–4. Part of the reason is female physiology; women’s wider hips increase the angle...

November 29, 2017

This past Thursday officially marked the start of holiday eating, the season of excuses to indulge, be merry and forget about diet and exercise. But please don't! Today we're got some great advice from beauty and lifestyle bloggers to help you stay on track and or jump...

November 16, 2017

As someone who pushes herself hard at the gym, you know how important it is to help your muscles recover afterwards. But you might not know that the best way to do that is to get a great night of sleep. That’s because while you’re dreaming away, your body is cranking o...

September 12, 2017

Many young athletes are gearing up for fall sports and activities. This means less rest, long hours of training, extra sun exposure and added layers of equipment that together increase the risk of heat illness. Heat illness includes several conditions ranging from mild...

August 22, 2017

Every football season, more and more injuries are occurring; at every level.  It’s happening so much that hearing about a season ending injury is now a daily norm. Is it that the game is getting so much rougher, hard-hitting? Maybe so, but there has also been numerous...