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The Cravings Whisperer: Alexandra Jamieson
Author Alexandra Jamieson is on a mission to help women learn to listen to their desires — and to understand the deeper meaning behind their cravings.
Connecting Acid Blockers & Adult Food Allergies
Emerging research has linked acid blocking drugs with adult-onset food allergies.
How to Make Your Own Nut Milk
Whip up a dairy-free alternative with this simple whole-foods recipe.
Antibiotic Use May Predispose Kids to Obesity and Asthma
Mar 29, 2016
Finnish study finds antibiotic use in young children may alter gut microbiome and lead to weight gain and asthma later in childhood.
Do’s and Don’ts for Planning a Staycation
Staycations combine the healthy benefits of vacations — reconnection, relaxation, and exploration — with all the comforts of home.
DIY Wizard: Brian Brushwood
Comedian and magician Brian Brushwood shares his thoughts on how using scientific hacks can improve your health and fitness.
A Path to Wholeness: Rich Roll
Rich Roll’s success may seem like it came easily, but it took tough, sometimes-humbling work. His message is all about doing the same to change your life — for real.
Heartburn Medications Linked to Elevated Risk of Kidney Disease
Mar 22, 2016
New Johns Hopkins University study finds connection between kidney disease and the use of common heartburn medications.
Shoes and Toxins
Recent studies offer a few health-related reasons to leave your shoes at the door.
Heart-Disease Risks Can Begin in Childhood
Ongoing research suggests that a sedentary lifestyle can impair arterial health in young children.
Fiber: An Important Breast-Cancer Fighter
Mar 3, 2016
New study finds that high intake of fiber-rich foods during adolescence may reduce breast-cancer risk.
March 2016 Expert Answers
Our experts answer your fitness questions.
Making Friends With Stress: Kelly McGonigal
Stanford researcher Kelly McGonigal has made it her mission to show people how to embrace stressful situations as opportunities for growth.
The Limits of Friendship
Feb 3, 2016
A new study suggests Facebook users rely on few friends during a real-life crisis.
New Research Casts Doubt on Seasonal Affective Disorder
Feb 2, 2016
An Auburn University study leaves the idea of SAD out in the cold.
How to Keep a Gratitude Journal (Infographic)
Simple tips for recording the joys — and challenges — that enhance your life.
Revised USDA Food Guidelines Aim to Cut Down on Sugar Consumption
Jan 13, 2016
The latest update of official government food advice offers new direction on sugar and cholesterol intake.
7 Ways to Eat More Mindfully
Strategies for learning how to eat with awareness.
Best Articles of 2015: Staff Picks
Dec 21, 2015
Some standout articles of 2015 as chosen by our team.
Most-Read Articles of 2015
Dec 16, 2015
Five articles that interested our readers most this year.
Small Beads, Big Trouble
How you can steer clear of cosmetic microbeads to safeguard our environment — and your own well-being.
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