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Kale Is Out — THIS Superfood Is Now No. 1 In America

A recent survey of dietitians across the nation found that this superfood reigns supreme.

Elizabeth Gerson
January 22

Where Will You Store Your Fat? Researchers May Have Found A Clue

Researchers have found one of the most important factors in determining where we'll put on pounds.

Elizabeth Gerson
January 21

People Who Favor This Kind Of Beer Are Healthier

They prefer to savor their beer rather than chug it.

Emi Boscamp
June 20 2016

Does A 1-Minute Workout Really Work?

Focusing too much on fitness shortcuts may mean we're missing out on some of the most precious payoffs of exercise.

Leah Pellegrini
May 17 2016

Science Says It's Actually OK To Be A Hopeless Romantic

Some people might tell you that you're getting your hopes up too high and setting yourself up for failure—but those people are probably wrong.

Emi Boscamp
February 29 2016

Science Says Eating Chocolate Could Improve Your Brain Function

Every time we bite off a hunk of our favorite chocolate bar, could we be getting smarter?

Emi Boscamp
February 23 2016

Researchers Just Answered An Important Question About Alzheimer's

Alzheimer’s is a debilitating disease that affects an estimated 5.3 million Americans. But beyond its widespread reach, there's not much we know for...

Emma Loewe
February 17 2016

What Your Favorite Social Media Platform Says About Your Health

You know that how much you use your phone can be an indicator of how present you're being, but what about the way you use it?

Emi Boscamp
January 14 2016

How Being A Workaholic Affects Your Love Life

No one wants to be working long hours all the time, so when you have to, you might feel a little guilty — for sitting too long, not getting...

Emi Boscamp
January 8 2016

Your Friends Are Just As Important To Your Health As Diet & Exercise

When it comes to staying healthy, eating right and working out are no-brainers. But there is something equally — but not as obviously —...

Emi Boscamp
January 6 2016