Life during the pandemic has thrown a wrench in diets and exercise regimens. Here's how to get things back on track.
You can eat without the anxiety and stress. Here's how.
Low-intensity activities like gardening and dancing could help retain brain volume, ultimately slowing the effects of age.
As you spring clean, reach back into the far recesses of your refrigerator—it may surprise you what ancient purchases lurk within.
Sugary sodas will raise your cholesterol and triglyceride levels, upping the odds of heart disease and stroke.
It prevents ovulation and may slow the natural depletion of ovarian follicles, lowering the risk of early menopause.
Changes in the gut microbiome might alter the way a developing body stores and burns calories, leading to long-term weight problems.
Handlebars, stationary bikes and other high-contact surfaces offer ample ground for the growth of germs, viruses and fungus.
A pediatrician shares when and how to get your little ones started on solid foods.
Adults ages 35 to 44 aren't consuming alcohol quite so often—but when they do, they're overdoing it.
For the past 200 years, men and women's body temps have been slowly declining.
A computer algorithm finds you'll save thousands of dollars over your lifetime by reaching a healthy weight.
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