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Looking For Healthier Mexican-American Food? Siete (Once Again) Has Your Back

If dietary restrictions have ever gotten in the way of Taco Tuesday, you're in luck.

Sarah Regan
8 hours ago

FDA Investigates Chemical Absorption Of Sunscreen (It's About Time)

While the Environmental Working Group has been warning us for years about the dangers of some chemical sunscreens, we're happy to see that the FDA is...

Christina Coughlin
11 hours ago

So, Stress Really Can Turn Your Hair Gray & Scientists Now Understand Why

Harvard scientists set out to confirm whether stress can really wipe the color from your hair and found that it can—here's how.

Eliza Sullivan
14 hours ago

Bananas May Help Us Fight The Flu, But It's Not How You Think

Before you get too excited, it's not as simple as eating a banana a day.

Eliza Sullivan
19 hours ago

Researchers Find This Weekend Habit Could Put You At Risk For Obesity

While we know that overindulging on the weekend isn't the best way to maintain good health, the timing of your eating may also have greater...

Christina Coughlin
a day ago

Can Your Fitness Tracker Predict A Flu Outbreak? This Study Says Yes

Fitness trackers do a lot: boost a workout, monitor progress, and promote healthy behaviors. But can they predict flu outbreaks too?

Christina Coughlin
a day ago

The Low-Carb Cake That Kept Tim Tebow In Ketosis On His Wedding Day

The former NFL athlete and current professional baseball player married Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters—and stayed in ketosis.

Eliza Sullivan
a day ago

Emotionally Exhausted From Work? You Should Stop Doing This, Study Says

Manipulating your emotions is about more than just faking it.

Eliza Sullivan
2 days ago

20 Minutes Of Exercise Boosts Memory & Fights Caffeine Withdrawal

The study found that both methods enhanced working memory, which helps us with recall for every day activities.

Eliza Sullivan
2 days ago

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
4 days ago

This May Be The Secret To Resisting Temptation

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

Eliza Sullivan
4 days 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
4 days 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
5 days ago