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It's Alive: This "Living Concrete" May Be The Future Of Green Buildings

Researchers in Colorado produced a concrete-like material from bacteria, sand, and a hydrogel.

Eliza Sullivan
18 hours ago

This May Be The Secret To Resisting Temptation

A group of researchers revisited the classic marshmallow test, with a new twist.

Eliza Sullivan
20 hours ago

Vitamin B Deficient? Starbucks Coffee Is Here To Help With A Healthy Add-In

The brand is launching two new coffees boosted with B vitamins and turmeric.

Eliza Sullivan
a day ago

Fish Oil Supplements Linked To Better Reproductive Health In Young Men

Researchers in Denmark studied 1,700 young men over a period of five years to see how fish oil supplements affected both sperm count and quality.

Christina Coughlin
a day ago

It's Betty White's 98th Birthday: Here Are 3 Secrets To Her Longevity

She's an incredible example of the value of passion and purpose for a healthy life.

Eliza Sullivan
2 days ago

The Most Consumed Oil In The US Can Change The Brain (For The Worse)

Soybean oil is considered the most widely produced and consumed oil in America.

Sarah Regan
2 days ago

Making Marathons & Races More Green With Sustainable Hydration

Oakland is trialing a new way to make races free of plastic cups.

Eliza Sullivan
2 days ago

The Science Of Why You Are (Or Aren't) Attracted To Men With Beards

The study found that, overall, the female participants found men with beards more attractive.

Eliza Sullivan
4 days ago

How Oprah Feels About Getting Older: "Life Only Gets Better"

Her new tour plans to focus on health and wellness with the goal of making 2020 "the year of transformation and triumph."

Christina Coughlin
4 days ago

New Study Identifies Link Between Gut Health & Parkinson's Disease

Did you know that Parkinson's disease is currently the fastest growing neurological condition in the world?

Christina Coughlin
4 days ago

Last Year Was The Second Warmest Since 1880, According To NASA & NOAA

The National Center For Environmental Information released their Global Climate Report for 2019, and things seem to be heating up—literally.

Christina Coughlin
4 days ago