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Simple tips to trick your body into feeling cozy on a chilly day.
Up your breakfast game with these energizing, healthy breakfast bowls.
Add just a few of these simple healthy habits to your daily routine, and see how much better you’ll feel about your energy, weight, mood, and more.
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Depression, especially milder cases, doesn’t always involve crying or feeling obviously unhappy. These subtler mental clues could also indicate you have this mood disorder.
The physicians of the TV show The Doctors explain the best (and worst) ways to fight your cold naturally.
The Zika virus has been detected in blood, semen, saliva, and urine. Here’s what you need to know about Zika and your sex life and Zika and being pregnant.
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Recognize these common heart attack signs and symptoms so you know what to expect before a heart attack strikes.
Love yoga, or exercising first thing in the morning? Here’s what your workout routine says about your well-being.
Your vagina has a few things to say about your health, aging, periods, and other ‘taboo’ topics.
Are you are an HCP (Highly Creative Person)? All of us are born creative, Scott Barry Kaufman and Carolyn Gregoire say in their new book, ‘Wired to Create,’ but only some of us access our creativity. Here, Kaufman and Gregoire reveal 10 key ways that HCPs are able to tap that spark. How do you match up?
Dermatologists reveal minor tweaks to your daily beauty habits that can save you money and time and result in smoother, younger-looking skin.
The secret behind “phantom” phone vibrations, why scratching could save your life, and more.
The most effective way to protect yourself from the Zika virus is to prevent mosquito bites.
What you do today can affect your health for decades. Here, how to feel and look your best in ripe old age.
According to science, friends can make us happier, healthier, and yes, even more beautiful.
The right (and wrong) things to say to somebody living with diabetes.
The mosquito-borne infection is spreading quickly and possibly causing irreversible birth defects.