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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 2019

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 2019

Get More Benefits From Your Cup Of Tea By Using This, Study Finds

Yes, The Type Of Water You Use To Brew Your Tea Matters, Study Says

Elizabeth Gerson
January 19 2019

Want To Kick Those Cravings? Follow This Two-Minute Trick

Researchers have found a simple solution to curb those cravings for good

Elizabeth Gerson
January 17 2019

Good News: You Can Cut The Health Risks Of Sitting By Doing This One Simple Swap

Any physical activity lowers health risk of sitting all day, new study finds.

Elizabeth Gerson
January 14 2019

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

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

What Your F-Bomb Habit Says About Your Intelligence

Remember when your mom used to tell you that you sounded less intelligent than you were when you cursed?

Emi Boscamp
December 15 2015

What Science REALLY Says About Chocolate, Coffee, Avocados & More

We all know that it’s important to be active and eat right. But what does it mean exactly to “eat right”? It’s tempting to turn to science for the...

Emi Boscamp
July 8 2015

5 Myths About Paleo

I may be a staunch vegan, but when I say some of my best friends are Paleo, I'm not kidding. Dave Asprey of the Bulletproof Diet (admittedly not...

Joel Kahn, M.D.
May 26 2015

The 10 Fittest (And Least Fit) Cities In The U.S.

According to this year's American Fitness Index, Washington, D.C. is the fittest city in the country, holding onto its title for a second year in a...

Emi Boscamp
May 19 2015

How To Rescue Yourself From Obsessive Worrying

Worrying has become a national pastime. Whether you're worrying about repaying your college loan, having job stability in an unstable economy or...

Debbie Hampton
April 29 2015

The Scientific Reason Affirmations Work So Well

Even if you're on the lowest rung of the corporate ladder, intimidated by those peering down at you from above, there's a way to boost your confidence...

Emi Boscamp
April 20 2015

Why Men Prefer Certain Body Types

Women are bombarded on a daily basis by mixed messages on how we're supposed to look, particularly from the media. One day, we're supposed to be...

Emi Boscamp
March 20 2015

9 Tips To Increase Your Emotional Intelligence For Stronger Relationships

Have you ever felt so overwhelmed by your emotions that you said or did something you quickly came to regret? (Can anyone honestly deny this...

Patricia Thompson, Ph.D.
February 23 2015

The Scientifically Proven Mental Shift That Makes You Physically Healthier

In this day and age, you would have to be living under a rock not to have heard about the powerful mind-body connection. For example, we know that...

Patricia Thompson, Ph.D.
February 4 2015