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Williams: Mike Tyson is going to “seriously hurt” Roy Jones Jr...

A man who defeated Mike Tyson over a decade ago stated that the champion boxer is going to "seriously hurt" Roy Jones Jr in their comeback match.

San Francisco gym owners furious after finding out government buildings have...

“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.

Bicycles enjoyed a boom during the pandemic causing a shortage in...

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.

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Is it safe to go to the gym amid Coronavirus outbreak?

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?

Canada’s Prime Minister Trudeau goes into self-isolation while awaiting results of...

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.

Healthy Men: The benefits of weightlifting

Sure-fire, get-in-the-best-shape-of-your-life-or-your-money-back fitness fads have been around for thousands of years. Just in my lifetime, I’ve seen boot camps, Bowflex, CrossFit, hula hooping, Insanity, Jazzercise, kettle bells, P90X, Pilates, pole dancing, spinning, Tabata — and that’s by no means a complete list. Over the years — centuries really — one method won’t ever show up on a list of fads, but, despite the lack of hype, it may very well be the most beneficial of the bunch: good, old-fashioned weightlifting. Let’s take a look at some of the proven benefits of weight training.

Mayo Clinic Minute: When spine surgery is the answer

Having a back injury can put a person's life on hold. While most people can find relief through nonsurgical methods like physical therapy, steroid injections and medication management, some patients, including those with spine disorders, may need surgical intervention.

Chicago author’s ‘(Mis)diagnosed’ makes the case that care for your mental...

Jonathan Foiles, inelegant as it sounds, is an activist therapist. That’s not an official title — he’s a Hyde Park psychotherapist and lecturer at University of Chicago School of Social Administration. But activist therapist works, too. For several years, across a pair of books and several articles for Slate and Psychology Today, he’s been advocating for a seemingly obvious practice — therapists need to more intimately consider a person’s neighborhood, history and the systemic forces at play before settling into a mental-health diagnosis.

Ask KHN-PolitiFact: Is my cloth mask good enough to face the...

In recent months, some European airlines have banned the use of cloth face coverings to control the spread of the coronavirus during air travel, instead favoring surgical masks — sometimes referred to as medical or disposable — and N95 respirators.