Inspiring stories centered about the biology of walking. Discover the importance of walking when recovering from a stroke, how walking can be a great anti-depressant, and reduce the likelihood of diabetes.
Keeping your heart healthy can be as simple as adding some movement into your daily routine.
Study finds that women who sat for 10 or more hours a day were 18% more likely to have had a heart attack.
A new study shows that walking briskly has the same health benefits as running in regards to heart health.
Experts explore the idea of simply getting up and moving to improve our health and adding more physical activity in our daily lives to help in the long run.
Taking a short stroll after a meal may help seniors regulate blood sugar levels and could be beneficial in preventing type 2 diabetes.
New evidence shows that people with type 2 diabetes can benefit significantly from a decrease of fat in the abdomen, liver and heart.
We might be sitting ourselves to death, according to a blog by the Harvard Business Review.
When it comes to lowering your overall mortality risk, fitness might be more important than weight.
Former Mayor Sam Adams stars in this clip from the hit IFC show "Portlandia".
"Walk and Talk Therapy" founder Clay Cockrell uses New York's Central Park as his office and holds patient sessions outdoors in the park all year round.
While walking boasts a number of physical benefits, it also can give the brain mental boosts as well.
An estimated 1 out of 10 US adults suffer from depression and depression rates have roughly tripled over two decades.
26 bones, 33 joints and 100 muscles: The human foot is a remarkable instrument specifically designed for walking.
The foot is a complex instrument composed of many inter-related parts, and ill-fitting shoes are the source of many problems. So how do you pick the right shoe?
For those who have suffered from a stroke, seemingly effortless movements can become daunting tasks. But a 2011 study suggests walking may be the key to recovery.
Have you been diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes? The best first step may be a literal one: walking.
When college student Daniela had a stroke at the age of 18, walking became a major step in her rehabilitation. See her heartwarming recovery in this City Walk special.