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Health, Science & Environment
Amy Ellis Nutt
Scientists have long been interested in the link between creativity and madness; now they are trying to prove it.
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Dietitians offer their advice, plus nine ways to stay hydrated without resorting to sugary beverages.
Mac and cheese may be vegetarian, but it’s not the healthiest way to go.
So you overdid it and your muscles are barking at you? Try a little hair of the dog, i.e., more exercise.
If you want the message to sink in, you might have to go beyond “it’s bad for you.”
These can actually do harm to your health and self-image.
Ellie Krieger weighs in on the accuracy of the calorie counts on food labels.
Healthful swaps will spice things up.
In a diet rut? Try some alternatives to baby carrots, onions and salmon.
After cuts in senior-friendly classes, gym starts getting complaints of age discrimination.
Des Bieler and Mike Plunkett
MisFits novices decide to man up, unroll some mats and see what the fuss is about.
From May 3 to May 9, more than 40 studios will offer free and discounted classes.
Here’s why our bodies need plain, been-around-for-billions-of-years, unsweetened, unflavored water.
Minimal-equipment exercises start simple but can get tough. And you can do them anywhere.
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