New Jersey should use its budget surplus to help rebuild a health care system that saw its flaws exposed during the pandemic, a report by an advocacy group and trade organization says.
Those who keep active and work a basic amount of exercise into their daily routine face fewer COVID-19 risks and symptoms than those who are generally more sedentary, according to a new study examining coronavirus hospitalizations and patients’ activity levels.
Tokyo marked 100 days to go until the postponed Olympics on Wednesday amid lingering uncertainty over whether the Games can be staged safely amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Inside Anytime Fitness in the Country Club Shopping Center, Humford Equities president and owner Rob Finlay and R.N. Fitch and Sons owner Sean McGrath showed steps they're taking to help combat COVID-19 and enhance air quality.
Have you ever wanted to smash an alarm clock? You know how this goes. Last night, you got into bed at midnight. Before you knew it, your clock buzzed this morning at 5 a.m.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, having a health insurance policy is a must. These policies protect your savings from any unexpected expense arising from medical treatments.
Last spring, when fitness clubs were ordered to close because of the pandemic, they started offering online classes as an option to their exercise-deprived clients. It was supposed to be a temporary fix, but it has become a long-term change in the way — and the places — that people work out.
She has gone through periods of such severe anxiety and depression that all she could manage to do was spend the day curled up in bed.
As the statewide COVID-19 vaccination rollout continues, with seniors prioritized first, gyms are starting to see a rebound in memberships.
OTTAWA, Ontario — Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is in self-isolation and working from home while his wife awaits the results of a COVID-19 test.
Going to the gym is supposed to be one of the healthiest things we can do for ourselves. But is that still the case during a viral pandemic?
In the late 1960s and early 1970s, young Danes took to the streets like their counterparts across the globe — protesting a political and societal system they believed was unjust, discriminatory and out of step with the times.
“For me, but not for thee,” appears to be the mantra in San Francisco, as gyms within government buildings have remained open while privately-owned establishments were forced to shutter over coronavirus concerns.