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The 10 Most Livable Cities In The World

Pack your bags, sell your home and move to Melbourne, Australia, because that's the world's most livable city, according to a report by the Economist...

mindbodygreen
August 21 2014

Walking 30 Minutes A Day Can Reduce The Risk Of Breast Cancer

While we've known for a while that exercise and other healthy lifestyle choices can reduce the risk of cancer, this study of nearly 60,000 women...

mindbodygreen
August 11 2014

This Behavior Ends More Relationships Than Any Other

New research says that this is an impulse we're going to need to curb if we want to have a healthy and successful romantic relationship.

mindbodygreen
August 5 2014

Actually, You DO Need To Worry About Cholesterol: A Cardiologist Explains

It's really easy to be confused these days about whether abundant cholesterol is a good thing, or a bad thing in your body. For over 30 years heart...

Joel Kahn, M.D.
August 1 2014

Running Just 5 Minutes A Day Adds Years To Your Life

Do you love to run? Even just for 10 minutes at a time? Well keep it up, because for any type of runner (from the most recreational jogger to the...

mindbodygreen
July 29 2014

Small Talk With Strangers Could Make You Happier, Study Finds

Feeling lonely is almost a universal experience but often, when we’re surrounded by hundreds or thousands of strangers, the impulse is to withdraw —...

mindbodygreen
July 28 2014

New Study Shows That Stress Slows Down Your Metabolism

New research disputes popular belief that stress speeds up the metabolism, suggesting that bumps in the road are when it's most important to stick to...

AFP
July 15 2014

New Study Proves That Organic Produce Is Actually Better For You

You're shelling out tons of extra cash to buy organic, but is it really worth it? Is the produce really that much better for you?

mindbodygreen
July 15 2014

Does The Full Moon Make You Restless? Science Says You're Not Alone

With the next full moon approaching on Saturday, July 12, a team of international researchers based in Gothenburg, Sweden, have concluded that people...

AFP
July 10 2014

Why You Win When You Do What You Love

How you motivate yourself may determine how successful you are at a given task, according to a fascinating new study that suggests people who...

mindbodygreen
July 8 2014

Not Sleeping Enough Makes You Age Faster

We already know that getting enough sleep plays a huge role in health, from maintaining a healthy weight and staving off the common cold, to just...

mindbodygreen
July 3 2014

Why Heavy Metal Detox Therapy Could Help Prevent Heart Disease

Maybe you know someone who has suffered a heart attack. You're concerned about their well-being, particularly if they're diabetic or suffered a large...

Joel Kahn, M.D.
July 2 2014

Study Says That If You Want To Help The Environment, Eat Less Meat

It turns out that being a vegan might mean you're also helping to save the environment ... or, at least harm it a lot less than your meat-eating...

mindbodygreen
July 2 2014

Why Wellness Warriors Should Care About Football

As America’s most popular sport, football is a big part of life for many of us. Boys in the United States start playing pee wee football around age 6,...

Why Walking Is Great For Your Creativity

Let’s face it, sometimes those brilliant ideas just don’t come easily. Whether we’re writing a paper, a book, or just trying to come up with an...

Is Antiseptic Mouthwash Hurting Your Heart?

Many people use antiseptic mouthwash nightly, but it may be more harmful than helpful.

Reid Winick, DDS
April 30 2014

Why Chocolate Is Great For Gut Health

For years, researchers have struggled to pinpoint the health benefits of chocolate. Turns out, the answer may have been to go with your gut.

mindbodygreen
April 30 2014