Ah, the open road...filled with pretty sights, perfect playlists, and lots and lots of snacks. Says Rania Batayneh, MPH, author of The One One One Diet, while stopping for fast food—multiple times!—along
It may sound obvious, but it bears repeating: What we put into our bodies has a lot to do with what we put in our kitchens. In other words, if we pack our freezers full of ice cream cartons, we will most
Time to kick your boring healthy breakfast routine to the curb—with these breakfast ideas, you'll be set for the whole month. By now, you probably have that one healthy breakfast staple that gets you the
A razor is the quickest, cheapest way to remove unwanted hair, but the aftermath can be gnarly. Here's how to deal RAZOR BURNDull or bacteria-ridden blades can lead to patches of tiny, flat red spots.
By Headspace Mindfulness will undoubtedly help you get some headspace and make a difference in your life. But there’s another good reason for training the mind. Whether we like it or not, we share the
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If you’re trying to eat a clean and healthy diet, muffins may be on your off-limits list. The packaged varieties at the grocery store are often made with white flour and contain boatloads of sugar. Plus,
A creative new use of DNA testing The state of Mississippi plans to collect umbilical cord blood from the babies of certain mothers age 16 or younger. The blood will go into storage, should it ever be