Kinesiology, derived from the Greek words kinesis (movement) and kinein (to move), also known as human kinetics, is the science of human movement. It is a discipline that focuses on Physical Activity.
An interdisciplinary research team at The University of Texas at San Antonio has successfully developed an innovative inhibitor that shows promise in fighting obesity and potentially preventing heart disease.
New technology could help reduce malnutrition and improve overall health in long-term care homes by automatically recording and tracking how much food residents consume.
Seasoning your food generously with herbs and spices isn't just a great way to make your meals tastier -; new research found it may have benefits for your heart's health, as well.
According to new research, an avocado a day can redistribute belly fat in women toward a healthier profile.
In a randomized control study of 10 healthy young men, researchers compared how consuming the single amino acid leucine or its two-molecule equivalent, dileucine, influenced muscle-building and breakdown.
Don't be afraid to toss a handful of raisins or dried apples in your Thanksgiving stuffing this year -- a new Penn State study has found that dried fruit may be connected with better health.
A team of researchers has developed an accurate blood test to track individual fat intake, a tool that could guide public health policy on healthy eating.
McMaster University researchers have developed a precise and reliable blood test to monitor the intake of fats by individuals. This blood test may serve as a tool to guide public health policy related to healthy eating.
Researchers have found that the potato, primarily known as a starchy vegetable, can be a source of high-quality protein that helps to maintain muscle.
In medicine, a treatment for patients whose muscles are damaged from lack of oxygen would be to invigorate them with an injection of their own stem cells.