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It’s possible posting photos of your kids and what you ate for dinner online isn’t a waste of time after all... more

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Actively aging adults are looking for more functionality in their foods. According to a trends report by Packaged Facts, active agers are searching for convenient products that... more

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It’s the busiest travel time of the year—and the most calorie-laden and stressful season too. If you want to offset the effects of holiday “hangovers,” catch a workout while... more

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Zumba took the world by storm, but that’s so yesterday. Fitness crazes come and go, and the latest trend sweeping the nation is Piloxing, which combines... more

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Makers of a new broad spectrum sunscreen called Solar D claim it will help consumers produce vitamin D, essential for bone growth and strength, while still guarding them against... more

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It’s impossible to visit a supermarket or health food store without seeing some display or specialty section devoted to coconut oil. Consumers are crazy for... more

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Remove the fat, sugar and salt from food and you instantly make it healthy. It also instantly makes it a flavorless meal no one wants to eat. Luckily, scientists have found a way to trick... more

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Did you know it took a ruling by the Supreme Court in 1983 to make the tomato, which is actually a fruit, a vegetable? Tomato or tomatoe, what’s important is to get your fill of... more

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For those who would rather do anything else than exercise, the VirZOOM stationary bike could be the fitness ticket. It takes exercise to another dimension with... more

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The health benefits of coffee have been percolating for years—among them a decrease in risk for stroke and Type 2 diabetes. Now habitual java drinkers can add... more

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Kale lovers might find themselves tangled up in a new superfood romance as health-conscious consumers are turning over a new leaf in favor of... more

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Instead of grabbing an energy drink after breaking a sweat at the gym or around the house folks are reaching for something from the refreshing past—a switchel. Dating back to 17th century colonial times... more

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If you want a healthy heart go back to bed—for eight hours. While most heart research is directed at the negative outcomes associated with a lack of sleep, a new study focuses on... more

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In an annual checkup of American’s health status, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) reports... more

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While heart disease affects everyone, 8 million women in the United States live with heart disease, and 34 million women are at risk for developing the disease. The American Heart Association’s Go Red program helps... more

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Many wear emotions on their sleeve but it looks like fitness is reserved just for the wrist. As of 2015, the most successful wearables on the market are... more

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Boomers are active travelers and take an average of four to five trips per year, according to the AARP. The top reasons for hitting the road... more

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From helping digestion to lowering cholesterol, whole grains are packed with numerous health benefits. The Whole Grains Council offers these simple tips to... more

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The Federal Drug Administration advisory committee approved two new experimental drugs believed to be more potent and have fewer side effects than... more

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