New season, new start on your nutrition plan! Learn how to stock up on healthy foods with these easy “spring cleaning” for your kitchen tips.
Do you know what vaccines you should be getting as a grown-up? Here’s what you need to know about immunizations for measles, Tdap, HPV and more.
Why buy new kitchen gadgets when you can do more with what you have? From blender tricks to waffle iron techniques, these kitchen hacks will step up your healthy cooking game.
Gluten-free may be all the rage, but new research shows that another molecule could be wreaking havoc on your digestion. Is the low-FODMAP diet is right for you?
Don’t be yellow about eating egg yolks; science shows there’s nothing to fear. Read on for the skinny on which are healthier, egg whites versus whole eggs.
In honor of American Heart Month, get the scoop on four causes of chest pain you’ve never heard of before — and learn why you should get them checked out.
Spirulina has been called one of the most potent superfoods. Before adding it to your diet, check out these spirulina benefits (and drawbacks).
Being sick is normal in winter, but are you coughing year round? Clearing your throat constantly? Trouble breathing? There may be a bigger issue — acid reflux.
It’s hard not to love a good massage. But athletes and active individuals need to be aware if their sports massage could be doing more harm than good.
A little planning ahead will ensure you’re making healthy choices all week long. Steal these brilliant meal prep ideas for portion control and cooking in bulk.
2015 is well on its way and you may already find your resolutions falling by the wayside. Use our get-healthy game plan to hit reset and get back on track.
Would you pay up to $20,000 a year to have 24/7 access to a doctor on demand? The future of healthcare might lie in concierge medicine. Find out if it’s right for you.
The latest must-have drink comes from an age-old recipe that even your Grandmother makes. But are the nutritional and healing benefits of bone broth legit or full of steam?
The IIFYM diet brings healthy eating back to basics: carbs, protein and fat. Learn how to calculate your daily macro intake and find out “if it fits your macros.”