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Scientists debate the effects of natural sugars vs. the artificial versions.
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Healthful eating tips from Ellie Krieger.
It’s become a bad word in our country, but we need to teach our girls that there are good kinds, too.
You can help boost your mood with omega-3 fats and vitamin D, found both in fish and sunshine.
Booming bass may be bad for your ears, but it’s good for business.
You might be thriving after a Twinkie-fueled childhood, but the U.S. is falling behind healthier peers.
Working out, of course. Gyms are embracing children as part of the fitness program.
Probiotics are like helpful houseguests. You have to feed them to keep them around.
It doesn’t just taste good. Flavored milk has a better ratio of carbohydrates to protein for muscle recovery.
You don’t need to cut out dessert, especially if you avoid pre-sweetened yogurts and cans of soda.
We’re not about to say goodbye to CrossFit (sorry) but these may play a bigger role in your fitness routine.
Don’t fear brown, black, red and wild rice. These varieties are versatile, nutritious and filling.
A reader wants to know whether the pills live up to their promise of preventing heart disease.
If your diet and exercise resolutions are a failure, a philosopher suggests changing your mind-set.
Juices and smoothies are tasty and convenient, but chewing your food has some important benefits.
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