Health Advantages To Taking Public TransitDo you take public transportation every day or use it quite often? You may be better off than your fellow commuters who drive.
Police Issue Warning For Women Jogging And Walking AlonePolice are advising women to stay alert and keep "situational awareness" following four crimes victimizing women outdoors across two states in just over a week.
Every Body Walk AppIf you're looking for a simple, visually appealing way to keep track of your journeys, Every Body Walk does the trick.
New Year's Day The Most Deadly For PedestriansWe are coming up on the most dangerous day for pedestrians…New Year's Day. The numbers are dramatic.
The Best Pace For A Healthy WalkPeople should be walking 3,000 steps in 30 minutes to get meaningful exercise from walking.
Taking 5-Minute Walks Every Hour Could Counteract Damage Done By SittingLet’s face it: Sitting all day is terrible for you.
Study: Is Owning A Dog The Secret To Feeling Younger?According to new research out of Scotland, dog owners over 65 acted 10 years younger than their peers without pups.
Public Transit Users More Physically Active Than CommutersA study of physical activity and transit use, determined that walking prior to and immediately after transit trips is actually quite good for you - and an unexpected form of exercise.
How To Stay Healthy While TravelingWhether it’s a business trip, vacation with family or a solo venture, there’s nothing much worse than feeling under the weather or having an upset stomach from unhealthy foods. Here are 10 tips to stay healthy while traveling.
6 Abandoned Olympic Venues You Can Still VisitIf you're tuning into the Sochi Winter Olympics this year, it's hard not to wonder what these Olympic venues will look like in ten years. While we wait for the answer, check out these abandoned Olympic venues you can still travel to.
Study: More Philadelphians Ditching CarsPhiladelphia ranks fourth in the country as cities where people do not own cars.
Taking Steps Towards Better HealthA new report finds that adding an extra 2,000 steps to your day may lower your risk for heart attack and stroke by 8%.