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A new documentary suggests that adding a green smoothie to your diet is enough to transform your body. Do the claims stand up?...
Kiss cravings goodbye with a sweat session. Your workout may make it easier to say “no” to bad-for-you foods, according to new research.
Is boozing a few nights a week just part of our culture, or a sign of a bigger problem?
Even if you opt for whole foods packed with vitamins and minerals, simple mistakes in the kitchen could be sapping them of their health benefits.
Hands-down best news of the week: Light to moderate drinking can actually help people over 60 improve their memory, according to a new study.
How much, what kind, and when? Time to question (only some of) what you know about fueling up.
People with high levels of cynical distrust may be more likely to develop dementia, according to a new study in Neurology.
The age of gathering ‘round the dinner table may be officially over. Are we better off eating unaccompanied?
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Gyms and fitness studios may help trim your body fat, but they’ll probably take a chunk of your bank account along with it. So put your wallet away and lace up your shoes: We’ve rounded up 21 of our favorite classes and community-organized sweat sessions from around the country—all offered to you at no cost at all.
When you’re meat-free and a gym rat, you’re used to a barrage of people trying to convince you you’re not getting enough protein. Truth is, you probably have your daily count under control (soy milk!...
At what point do your kinky cravings become problematic? Researchers suggest the tipping point