Want to avoid starting your day with a mega-dose of processed sugar? Create your own crunchy, chocolatey homemade granola with the help of this naturally sweetened recipe.
If you’re tossing and turning, unable to sleep, you’re not alone. Ten percent of Americans suffer from insomnia. Find out the causes, symptoms and treatments that can help you get past it.
Keep your mind sharp now that the school year’s begun! Here are the best apps that can help promote better mental health — from boosting memory and brainpower to soothing frayed nerves.
You may not need a license to ride a bicycle, but it can still be dangerous. Here’s how to prevent three common catastrophes and keep riding.
It’s not summer without zucchini, and this healthier zucchini bread recipe even packs some chocolate chips! Bonus: swapping in applesauce gets this dessert down to 130 calories per slice.
No clue what to look for when choosing a pre or post workout supplement? We break down the active ingredients that could help take your fitness to the next level.
Not making any running progress, despite all the leg work? Your training may be to blame. Learn how to pick up the speed (interval workouts included!).
These healthy lunch ideas are easy to prepare — and so delicious — you may never make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich again.
The perfect cocktail for the final weeks of summer, this healthier dark and stormy recipe has less than 200 calories but still tastes delectable.
Are simple, everyday situations causing you more stress than they should? Learn some expert-approved strategies for eliminating stress and anxiety.
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Skip the overpriced store-bought versions and whip up one of these easy fruit salad recipes while the season’s just right.
Applesauce cuts the fat in this vegan carrot cake cupcake recipe. At less than 150 calories per treat, it’s OK to indulge your sweet tooth!
We know it’s not wise to exercise under the influence. But could a few alcoholic beverages each week negatively affect your workout? No cheers to that.