Celebrities like Shailene Woodley have been eating clay for its alleged health benefits. But you may want to think twice before gobbling it up.
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.
Feeling weak or fatigued? Having trouble completing a workout? You may have an iron deficiency. Find out the best practices to pump up your iron.
Working out and taking protein powder go hand in hand these days. But what type should you buy? And can you reap huge benefits by shaking it up post-workout?
While those tall glasses of water are key for hydration, these refreshing food and drink alternatives to H2O can also keep you hydrated all day long.
When you stop seeing the pounds come off, try these seven expert-backed tips to bust through any weight loss plateau.
It’s a vitamin you can get by simply walking outside. So why do many Americans have vitamin D deficiency? And is it all that bad? Read on to learn more.
Grilling is a summer must for most, but are you exposing yourself and guests to dangerous bacteria and chemicals? Read on for tips to cook safe all BBQ season long.
Just like fresh produce, seafood should be consumed seasonally, too. Use our guide to net your favorite fish when it’s at peak freshness and at its nutritional best.
Summer’s here and we all want to get outside. But for those with an allergy, it could mean misery. Read on for tips to keep allergies from ruining your workout.
Traveling, especially when changing time zones, can really take a toll on your body and mental state. But does it affect your overall health as well? Read on to find out.
Our favorite health and fitness articles from the week, including a study on making fitness fun and younger women affected by heart attacks.
It’s proven that some foods act together to provide more nutritional benefits than on their own. But which food pairings top the charts? Try these combinations to get the most bang for each bite.
Sunglasses are more than just a fashion statement. The right pair can protect your eyes from sun damage and the not-so-awesome consequences of UV rays.