Research is revealing that fitness trackers alone can be helpful facilitators toward changing a sedentary lifestyle but don’t motivate people to increase their physical activity.
What may look like a glow in a picture, is actually an animal’s natural hunting trait.
Matthew Cook explains how math and nutrition can help runners maximize their energy output for The Conversation.
UT has entered into a new partnership with Cherokee Health Systems to address relevant health issues and advance the development of health education and research.
UT is among the SEC member universities forming a new consortium believed to be the first athletics conference collaboration to focus on AI for workforce development.
A statewide team of RNs will work to improve vaccination rates and enhance vaccine education and outreach.
A PhD student’s passion for marathon running inspired a model that accurately accounts for in-race nutrition when developing a runner’s optimal finishing time.
The Vine School Health Center has been providing care for its patients and making an impact on the community for over 25 years
Humans are tracking their fitness more than ever, but a 25-year study finds that activity levels have been declining.
Julie Sheldon explains penguin’s bone structures and how they have evolved.
Seven faculty members at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, are included on the 2021 list of highly cited researchers from Clarivate.
Affordability continues to be the top reason for failing to obtain health insurance in 2021, but the percentage of uninsured children decreases.