Researchers at Brigham and Women's Hospital analyzed data from more than 650,000 people to find out if an active life translates to a longer life. What they found is pretty convincing: People who walk 75 minutes a week live, on average, 1.8 years longer than their sedentary contemporaries. It only gets better from there. Walking briskly for at least 150 minutes a week is associated with a 3.4-year gain in life expectancy, and 450 minutes a week tacks on 4.5 years. Hoofing it an hour a day to live four years longer? That’s our kind of math.
Highlight your eye color. Flaunt your body shape. Harness your confidence. Take our quizzes to better know yourself and get science-based, individualized advice to embrace your true beauty.
If shopping for eye makeup is one big guessing game, find your best colors here.Take Quiz
Define your curves and discover the best ways to eat, exercise and dress for your figure.Take Quiz
Find out how your relationship personality is affecting you and the people you love.Take Quiz
Find out for sure to best interact and deal with others.Take Quiz