Some options: moisture-wicking socks, surgical tape, insoles.

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It’s important to monitor both traditional issues, such as high blood pressure, and non-traditional issues, such as stress.

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Some options: moisture-wicking socks, surgical tape, insoles.

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Usable energy is the key.


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Guidelines find no benefit to sweeteners, say people should get used to unsweetened food.

  • Christy Brissette
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While it’s better to stick to fresh food rather than processed, organic packaged foods are not healthier than conventional.

  • Cara Rosenbloom
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Focusing on your values, rather than your appearance, is more likely to help you stick to your diet and exercise plans.

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“We are moving away from the word ‘exercise,’” says a researcher. The new term: “active living.”

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Artificial sweeteners seem to be falling out of favor.

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Nationwide, CDC confirms that 695 cases of the vaccine-preventable illness had been reported in 22 states this year, as of 3 p.m. Wednesday, the highest number in a single year since measles was eliminated in the U.S.

Not much is known about misophonia, a condition that didn’t even get a name until 2001.

  • Cathy Alter
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Claims that water will interfere with digestion are faulty.

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It offers natural sugars wrapped in a fiber-rich, water-rich, nutrient-rich package.

  • Carrie Dennett
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Classes provide a high-resistance, calorie-torching workout.

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Sure, the movie theater version has a bad rep. But you can make it nutritiously on a stove-top or with an air popper and the right oils and seasonings.

Experiencing “flow” might do more than make you feel good.

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Keep in mind these realities about dietary research.

  • Cara Rosenbloom
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The idea of food as medicine is best seen from a broad perspective.

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Although there’s debate about whether higher dosages prevent diseases, most Americans still aren’t getting enough of this important nutrient.

  • Christy Brissette
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The latest “it” ingredient is known to counteract poisoning, but it’s not clear whether charcoal-infused products will clean your skin or teeth better than conventional options.

Your biological age is a measure of your physiological state compared to other people who have the same number of calendar years.

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