Sometimes all-natural is the way to go (sorry, laxative-laced teatoxes). These seven teas top our list as the best sips for your health.
We’ve been taught that skim milk reigns supreme. But are there benefits to welcoming whole milk back into our stomachs? The research might surprise you.
Scroll, scroll, sip? A recent study finds that your Facebook feed may influence your drinking habits more than you’d think.
If you’re caught asking, “Why am I so hungry?” at all hours of the day, consult this checklist to determine whether your hunger is real — or something else.
Should you shun scotch or go off gin? We asked experts to weigh in on how different spirits affect your health — and whether beer before liquor really makes you sicker.
Intermittent fasting plans can require dieters to forego food for 14 hours or more. Here’s how to structure your workouts so you don’t exercise without adequate fuel.
These brand new cookbooks show you how to prepare quick, easy and delicious dishes, using the summer’s freshest and most colorful produce.
Whether you’re the bride or a guest, having a jam-packed social schedule of friends’ weddings can put a toll on your mental health and weight-loss goals.
Quick — is your metabolism slowing down? Here’s what’s really happening in your 20s, 30s and 40s, plus quick tips on how to increase metabolism at every decade.
If your last juice cleanse left you seriously hangry, souping might be a more manageable way to detox. But is all soup all the time healthier?
Don’t be fooled — all coffee drinks are not created equal! Here’s what you need to know the next time you’re tempted to order a Frappuccino or a Coolatta.
Adaptogens, like maca and reishi, claim to help fight off stress and fatigue — but do they deliver? Here’s the scoop on these new powders.
Science or myth: Will a glass of wine before bed derail your diet or help you lose weight? Here’s the skinny on whether your cabernet is killing your weight loss goals.
Real talk: Organic is expensive. But eating organic could be worth the splurge, according to new research on meat and produce.