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Fri, Apr 17, 2015 11:26 AM
These instructors are inspirational, and they've changed the world in their own particular ways.
When a body's internal clock is out of sync with a person's social and work clocks, the risk increases for ailments like diabetes and chronic inflammation.
There are several easy ways to find out how much of the rainbow you can actually see.
New research links physical fitness in your 40s with reduced brain shrinkage later in life.
Even when states get chilly, walking activity often only dips by about 1,000 steps.
Just because you feel like dirt doesn't mean you have the flu. The influenza virus is much less common than we think it is, a new study finds.
Ingredients found in ice cream, margarine, bread and other packaged foods may be linked to stomach distress.
The greatest protective effect was seen in participants who drank 3 to 5 cups a day.
Despite what stacks of self-help books say, breaking habits in 21 days just isn't possible for most of us.
Oleocanthal compound has been shown to kill harmful cancer cells in less than one hour.
A supplement derived from a tropical fern can offer extra defense against UV damage to the skin.
Springing forward can do a lot more damage than just making you sleepy.
Soon you may be able to ditch your body for a new one, if an Italian doctor can perfect a controversial body-transplant procedure.
Bar Method and Barre3 workouts have changed my body in amazing ways.
Cameron family's private nonprofit MUSE School in California will serve a daily plant-based lunch and snack.
The eating began over the holidays — and it never really stopped. But don't freak out; you can stem the tide.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.