What is considered a normal resting heart rate?
Your resting heart rate is a big indicator of how healthy you are — learn what normal looks like for you.
Apple Watch will measure how fit you are
WatchOS 7, due to arrive this fall, brings new metrics that can reveal a lot about your overall health and can monitor fitness levels as you age.
The best indoor bike trainers of 2020
I narrowed down the options to help you step up your cycling game without leaving the house.
The Cowboy e-bike has been my lockdown lifeline
It gave me an easier start back to regular exercise and let me safely explore my new home town.
Preorder the Xiaomi Mi Band 5 fitness watch for $42
With improved sensors and 11 sport modes, the new model might be just right for your wrist. It’s definitely right for your wallet.
The best mattress for 2020: 11 top brands compared
Not interested in haggling with a salesperson or lying on a floor model? We’ve rounded up the top online mattress options you can buy from the comfort of your home.
The best pillows in 2020
Whether you sleep on your side or back, or prefer foam or down, there’s a perfect pillow out there for you. Let’s find it.
The best meal kit delivery services
These convenient meal kit services deliver weekly menus and preportioned ingredients to enthusiastic but time-poor home cooks. And with shelter-in-place lockdowns, they’re more useful than ever.
6 reasons why it’s so dang hard to lose weight
If you can’t seem to lose weight and keep it off, you might be falling victim to these six big mistakes.
Men can now breastfeed
The Father’s Nursing Assistant, by Dentsu, is a breastfeeding device to help dads put their little ones to sleep.
This key chain is meant to ensure you don’t forget your kid in the car
The Carseat Copilot Automatic Alert System debuts at CES 2020. If the key chain gets too far from the car seat buckle clip, an alarm goes off.
The best facial sunscreens you can buy for 2020
These lightweight formulas blend into the skin and protect against wrinkles, discoloration and skin cancer.
Does UV light kill coronavirus? Here’s what the science says
UV light sanitizers are popping up as the answer to killing coronavirus on our hands and phones, but consumer devices may have more risks than they’re worth.