A USC study identifies the strongest environmental predictor of childhood and adolescent obesity.
USC researchers are studying the function of a mitochondrial hormone in the brain, and their findings could lead to drugs that provide the health benefits of exercise to disabled individuals.
Data from hormone research reveal new target for reversing age-related decline, according to USC study.
USC research indicates a widening of the exercise gap between younger schoolchildren and adolescents.
A new USC study of human evolution finds that spending more time in a position where your muscles are somewhat active could reduce the health risks of sedentary behavior.
Whether you’re trying to quit smoking or lose weight, USC experts want to help you think positively, set realistic goals and follow through on your resolutions for 2020.
Greg Harlan is a USC physician who regularly goes for walks with residents of nearby neighborhoods. Listen in as he explains what makes this program so valuable.
“No time” is no excuse to skip a workout. According to USC researchers, even a brief walk or a few squats during your workday can make a difference.
Study finds that patients who participated in a 16-week exercise program had a significantly reduced risk of developing cardiovascular disease over their sedentary counterparts.
We all don’t react the same way to exercise. USC experts are looking at the reasons for the differences.