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17 Foods That Can Help You Live Longer

The world's oldest person, 116-year old Susannah Mushatt Jones, enjoys a hearty meal of bacon, eggs and grits most mornings. The breakfast sounds delicious, but unless Jones has upended decades of nutritional science, it is unlikely the secret to her long and healthy life.<p>Eggs and grits aside, …

Holistic Medicine

How to Grow Hair: Viviscal Review, Hair Nails Vitamins, Hair Growth Cocktail

Growing out your hair in the lead-up to your wedding is something that many (even most, we might guess) brides do. Makes sense: The more hair you have, the more ways you can wear it.<p>Obviously there's a zero-effort way to get longer hair: Don't cut it. Of course, if your wedding isn't until 2016, …

Hair Care

Breakfast Brain Foods: How to Set Your Children Up for Success at School

Is your child struggling in math? Breakfast may be to blame. A small study by the U.S. Department of Agriculture […]

Nutrition

Men's Fashion, Style, Grooming, Fitness, Lifestyle, News & Politics

Style<p>When you've conquered floral prints and wild patterns like Styles, a tailoring move this NSFW makes a lot of sense.<p>By Megan Gustashaw24 hours …

19 Awesome Resources to Help You Eat Better

You deserve the best. And that includes fueling your body with foods that give you energy, protect you from disease, and make you feel like a rock …

10 Foods That May Trigger a Migraine

As if migraines weren’t awful enough, it can be downright overwhelming to sidestep all the things that could set off an attack. Problem is, food …

Johns Hopkins University

Not all processed foods are unhealthy

Nutrition gurus often urge us to spurn processed foods in favor of whole ones. But not all processed foods are necessarily bad.<p>"Most food needs to go through some sort of processing for it to even be edible and digestible," says Stacey Nelson, a registered dietitian and manager of clinical …

3 common myths about soda— debunked

Soda has been a big part of American pop culture since the 1800s, when it was first marketed as a brain tonic to “invigorate the system” and cure headaches.<p>It tasted good, too, and the popularity of soft drinks grew, until the late 1990s, when studies revealed that a third of Americans were obese …

7 Mental Illness Myths People Still Believe

Mental illness stigma can lead to a multitude of false beliefs -- and it's about time to set the record straight. Negative stereotypes create a lot of misconceptions, which further alienate people in a community that already feels isolated.<p>The many fallacies that surround mental health disorders …

Mental Health

Here's What Happens When You Don't Eat Enough Food to Fuel Your Workout

Get out those waffle fries, ladies. (Or like a protein shake. Whatevs.)<p>Women are getting fitter. Since 1972, participation in sports by girls and young women has grown 560 percent among high school students, according to the Women's Sports Foundation. That's awesome. We're all so active and I think …

Shake Shack

Meet the inspiring student with Down syndrome who's changing sorority life

Like many women who attend college, Alexis Cain dreamed of joining a sorority. After discussing it with her parents throughout her freshman year at Murray State University in Kentucky, Alexis, now a sophomore, decided this semester it was time to rush.<p>At first, Alexis’s mother, Camme Cain, was …

Disability

The model who's bringing a rare skin condition into the open

BBC Trending reports on Winnie Harlow, the 'America's Next Top Model' contestant who is open about the skin condition vitiligo.<p>The condition became widely known after Michael Jackson was diagnosed with it.<p>But some made accusations of racism when Harlow's white fans started painting their skin to …

Michael Jackson

Does Taking Time Off from Wearing Makeup Improve Your Skin?

However, Hammerman explains that you don’t need to take a two-day break for your skin to recover. "Properly cleansing the skin before bedtime allows a full night of makeup-free skin, which is a good break," she says, recommending that you cleanse twice—first to remove makeup, and then again for a …