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How to Keep Your Heart Healthy

How to Keep Your Heart Healthy

Heart health is as important as ever. Over the past few decades, we’ve sifted through the top medical research to determine the most important steps you can take to keep your heart in tiptop shape. We suggest adopting one of the following tips every two weeks so you can slowly build healthier habits. The good […]

The Sustainable Health Diet

The Sustainable Health Diet

When it comes to health, one of the biggest, yet most common mistakes people make is only focusing on weight loss. That’s why diet pills exist, why liposuction is even a thing, and why fads like the Atkins Diet skyrocketed in popularity (who cares if you’re putting endless amounts of cholesterol and saturated fats into […]

How To Deal With The Sharp Side Pains

How To Deal With The Sharp Side Pains

Mittelschmerz is a weird word for a not-so-weird phenomenon. In fact, it’s so common that about one in five women experience it on a monthly basis, says Nicole Scott, M.D., an ob-gyn at IU Health. So what is it? Technically the word is German for “middle pain,” and it describes a sharp ovulation pain on one side of […]

Thoughts Every Woman Has While Starting A New Diet

Thoughts Every Woman Has While Starting A New Diet

After all of the eggnog lattes and cookie exchanges that dominated your December, it’s natural to want a fresh start. You want a new diet to take you out of bloat city, make you feel invincible, and help you lose weight. This will be the year you stick with your resolutions and make them a […]

Be Careful What You Give Your Baby

Be Careful What You Give Your Baby

What medicines are OK to give your baby, and which ones are dangerous? It’s a critical question every parent faces. Trying to figure out what options are safe among the plethora of pharmaceutical choices can be scary, to say the least. Whatever you do, never give a baby these seven medicines: 1. Aspirin Links have […]

The Tiny Details About Alcohol

The Tiny Details About Alcohol

The latest New Year’s trend has nothing to do with alcohol—literally. For millions of people, January 1 marks the first day of not just a new year, but a “dry” January, or month-long break with booze. Started by the UK’s Alcohol Concern organization in 2013, the movement’s main goal is to help people “reset their relationship with alcohol.” But […]

You Need A Healthier Kitchen In 2018

You Need A Healthier Kitchen In 2018

New year, New Kitchen The New Year is a great time to de-clutter, toss the junk (looking at you, half-eaten bag of kettle chips!), and organize your pantry and kitchen to set you up for clean-eating success. An organized kitchen filled with healthy foods can help you reset your diet and stick with it. Here […]

Losing Sleep? These Tips Will Help You Out

Losing Sleep? These Tips Will Help You Out

You probably know most of the classic advice for getting a better night’s sleep: Keep your bedroom cool, avoid electronic screens before bed, and limit your caffeine intake in the second half of the day, for starters. But when even those tried-and-true tips simply don’t cut it, what else can you do to catch more Zzs? From simple […]

Things You Never Knew About Nosebleeds

Things You Never Knew About Nosebleeds

What is a nosebleed? Nosebleeds can occur without warning. One minute you’re fine, the next you’re grabbing tissues to stop a bloody nose. Everyone’s nose is full of blood vessels that can easily break and bleed. Nasal bleeding is a common problem, particularly during the winter months when dry, indoor air causes the mucous membranes of the […]

What Are Trans Fat?

What Are Trans Fat?

We’ve all heard the term “trans fat,” but what does it really mean? Chances are, if you’ve ever eaten a packaged food, you’ve consumed trans fat. That’s because trans fats are an inexpensive and easy way for manufacturers to make their foods last longer on store shelves and in your kitchen pantry. In this video, […]