Maggie Fazeli Fard (@maggiefazeli)

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Study Finds Exercise May Boost Gut Health

A new study shows that exercise, along with a diverse diet that includes protein, can help…continued

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The Forever Athlete

What 95-year-old track star Olga Kotelko can teach us about living and aging well. …continued

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9 Benefits of Eating Fermented Foods

Fermented foods boost the good bacteria in our guts, which makes us healthier, happier,…continued

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Lyme Disease: How to Protect Yourself This Summer

The tick-borne illness, one of the fastest growing diseases in the United States, can be…continued

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Triclosan, an antibacterial agent and suspected toxin, banned in Minnesota

Although the Minnesota ban won’t go into effect until 2017, it’s possible that…continued

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10 Things You Need to Know About Food Dyes

At best, the dyes are aesthetic enhancers. At worst — and as many "real food" advocates…continued

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Who’s the Fittest of Them All?

The American College of Sports Medicine released its annual list of fittest U.S. cities…continued

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Beyond Weight Loss: 4 Ways Vegetables Improve Your Health

Doctors across the country are prescribing fruits and vegetables to their overweight and…continued

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Angela Sun: Explorer

The journalist, documentary filmmaker, and surfer talks about her passions for…continued

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The psychological downside of labeling obesity a “disease”

The American Medical Association's "disease" label appears to boost feelings of…continued

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Jumping Rope May Suppress Appetite

Researchers suspect vertical motion may disrupt the gut in ways that reduce the urge to…continued

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Coca-Cola to drop controversial chemical from all drinks

Brominated vegetable oil, commonly used in sports drinks and sodas, has been banned in…continued

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Salt: Dietary friend or foe?

British research reignites the debate over the link between dietary sodium and disease. …continued

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TwoGrand: Reimagining the food journal, one photo at a time

Pictures trump calorie-counting on TwoGrand, a recent addition to the bastion of food and…continued

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How Exercise Keeps the Skin Young

New research shows that exercise cannot only prevent, but also reverse, signs of aging in…continued

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Pilar Gerasimo: Revolutionary

Experience Life’s visionary founding editor talks about the art of healthy…continued

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Pepsi to introduce sodas “made with real sugar”

The new line of sodas, expected in Regular, Vanilla and Wild Cherry flavors, will be…continued

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Low vitamin D levels linked to cancer and heart disease, studies show

The studies, which looked at data on more than one million people, confirmed previously…continued

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Report: FDA loophole allows companies to determine safety of new chemicals in foods

The Natural Resources Defense Council says a loophole in a 1958 law allows food…continued

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How to protect yourself from harmful air pollutants

Air pollution is now considered the world’s largest environmental health risk, taking…continued

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