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Here’s Why Obesity Raises Breast Cancer Risk, According to Science
Could keeping an eye on the scale help lessen your chances of breast cancer?
Should You Take Zinc for a Cold?
Should You Visit Your Gynecologist During Your Period?
This Vitamin Supplement Can Help Prevent Rheumatoid Arthritis
The Doctor-Approved Way to Get Rid of Bruises ASAP
This Pill Can Help You Remember Your Dreams
At Last! A Vitamin That Can Make Your Blood Vessels Younger
Could an aid in fighting heart disease be waiting on the shelves on your local grocery store?
Childhood Cancer Survivors Are Twice as Likely to Have This Health Condition
Adults who survived childhood cancer want to keep a close eye on this important number.
7 Surprising Uses for Molasses You Didn’t Know About
Molasses is a sweet substitute for sugar, adding a lovely depth of flavor to baked...
If You’re a Vegetarian, You Could Be at Risk for These Mental Health Conditions
Cutting out meat to save animals and spare the environment is a noble cause—until...
The Super-Simple Way to Prevent Recurring UTIs (It’s Not Cranberry Juice)
If you have more that two to three infections a year, take heart: The solution...
This Popular Sugar Substitute Can Actually Help Prevent Metabolic Syndrome
If you're sweet on sugar, you aren't doing your heart or belly any favors. So...
This Vitamin Could Cut Your Risk of Dangerous Asthma Attacks in Half
If you get asthma attacks, you'll want to read about the simple supplement solution that...
Science Just Found a Way to Get a Cardio Workout While Sitting Down
The best part? It involves watching your favorite shows.
If You Have Osteoporosis, Science May Have Found a New Winning Treatment
For those with severe osteoporosis, a new treatment could provide much-needed protection for their bones.
You Can Potentially Reverse Type 2 Diabetes—If You Lose This Many Pounds
With some investment and effort—and by keeping a close eye on the scale—people...
The Exercise High Is for Real—but There’s Only One Way to Get It
Are you incorporating this feel-good fitness approach into your exercise routine?
If You Don’t Do This While Driving, Your Commute Could Be Toxic
Air pollution isn't just smelly—it can be deadly, and scientists have found a way...
If You Want to Learn a New Language, Do THIS During Your Lesson
Turns out breaking a sweat might help you learn a little faster.
Here’s Why You’re More Tired Than Ever, According to a New Study
Three words: Game Of Thrones. This is the downside to your Netflix addiction.
Your Body Has a “Brain Switch” to Burn Fat after Eating—Here’s How It Works
There's a fat-controlling switch in your brain, and it could be responsible for catastrophic weight...
Why a Day in the Sun Makes You So Tired, According to Science
There's nothing wrong with a little fun in the sun, but if you're wiped out...
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Not to Gross You Out, But You’re Sharing WAY More Than Just Meals with Your Live-In Partner
Is living with your significant other causing them to get under your skin?
This Simple Eye Test Could Be the Key to Catching Autism Early—Here’s How
Our eye movements provide a peek into what's happening in our brains.
Yes, Sugary Drinks Actually Prime the Body to Store More Fat—Here’s Why
You may want to think twice before popping the top on that can of soda or heading to Happy Hour.
Science Has Found a Depression Gene—Here’s What You Need to Know
Some 25 percent of the population carries this risk for depression in their genetic blueprint.