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Polluted Areas Can Increase Blood Pressure, But Doing This May Help

Air pollution has long been associated with poor heart health, but this may help.

Abby Moore
July 21

The Psychology Of "Turbo Relationships" & Will They Last After COVID?

These fast-tracked few months have led to what are now being called "turbo relationships."

Sarah Regan
July 20

Researchers Discover This Spice May Have Antiviral Properties

Curcumin may help combat some viruses, new research has found.

Eliza Sullivan
July 17

One Thing That Can Make Yoga More Effective For Easing Lower Back Pain

The best thing you can do when using yoga to improve lower back pain.

Eliza Sullivan
July 16

Think You Know What You Want In A Partner? Research Says You Might Not

If you were asked what you're looking for in a partner, what would you say?

Sarah Regan
July 16

Target's New Online Feature Makes It So Easy For You To Shop Black-Owned Brands

Right alongside "clean" and "vegan" seals, you'll now find "Black-owned."

Jamie Schneider
July 15

Lower-Methane Burgers Could Be Good News For Eco-Conscious Meat Eaters

Would you like a side of fries with that reduced methane emissions beef?

Emma Loewe
July 15

Researchers Find A Better Risk Indicator For Early Forms Of Dementia

Dementia, in its various forms, affects an estimated 5 million (and growing) people over 65 in the United States.

Eliza Sullivan
July 14

New Study Finds This Is Essential For Managing Blood Sugar Levels

This knowledge is setting the stage for research into using mindfulness to manage type 2 diabetes.

Eliza Sullivan
July 14