Physical sun blockers like zinc and titanium oxide can get the job done without harming the environment.

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No food, beverage or supplement can magically shrink away your fat cells or boost your immune system.

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Physical sun blockers like zinc and titanium oxide can get the job done without harming the environment.

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Look for products made with organic olive or avocado oil. Or, grab some eggs and just get cracking.

A traumatic brain injury may increase the risk of suicide, study says

"People should not be sent out of ER without a follow-up.”

Tdap vaccine given to pregnant women did not increase risk of autism in children, study says

Researchers studied more than 80,000 children and determined that there was no link between the prenatal Tdap vaccine and autism.

Most people who think they have a penicillin allergy are wrong. That’s dangerous.

If it's been more than a decade since you were diagnosed with a penicillin allergy, you might want to get retested.

A former baseball player himself, he sees problems with the pressure youth sports put on children’s bodies and spirits.

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They reward the already healthy. Employers will probably keep them anyway.

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Developing your aerobic system can pay off in the long run.

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A recent study shows that a Mediterranean diet with some red meat can be healthful.

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Consider taking a running tour, doing a body-weight routine or joining a gym as a guest.

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Try bean salad in a Mason jar. Or miso soup packets. Or mash up a protein and veggie mix in a plastic bag.

Whether you’re still in the sleepless-nights phase or the shuttling-between-activities phase, exercise can seem impossible. Here are some tried and true ideas.

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The goal is to raise children who trust their own instincts when it comes to food.

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Here’s what to look for if your child is taking a studio fitness class.

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A new study suggests diet could delay the onset of menopause.

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Keep your family and guests healthy with these best practices for grilling and serving.

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These five recipes provide hydration, electrolytes, antioxidants and natural sugars.

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We know being outdoors is good for us. “Grounding” advocates say contact with the Earth’s surface provides specific benefits.

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Pay attention to your blood pressure, fiber intake and hours of sleep and exercise.

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Your digestive tract, your teeth and even your face can be adversely affected by this common utensil.

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I tested half a dozen apps to fight digital addiction. These helped me kick my Youtube habit (for now).

Aerobic activity takes more effort than swallowing a pill but offers positive side effects.

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