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6 Reasons the FDA’s New Nutrition Labels Will Make it Easier to Eat Healthy

6 Reasons the FDA’s New Nutrition Labels Will Make it Easier to Eat Healthy

The nutrition facts on the back of packaged foods have been the butt of jokes for years. You practically need a calculator to figure out how much sugar you’re eating, let alone figure out who what ...

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This "Second Skin" Makes Wrinkles and Eye Bags Disappear Instantly

Every Monday, we're rounding up the biggest news bites in health and wellness. In this week's episode: Scientists have finally come up with a way to smooth out wrinkles, and it actually works—in ju...

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Why Nutrition Experts Hate the New Childhood Nutrition Bill

Why Nutrition Experts Hate the New Childhood Nutrition Bill

There’s a food fight shaping up on Capitol Hill, and some of America’s most economically and nutritionally vulnerable kids are caught in the crosshairs.

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5 Reasons Diet Soda Is Even Worse Than You Thought

5 Reasons Diet Soda Is Even Worse Than You Thought

After years of damning evidence about the damage sugar-sweetened sodas do to our bodies, more Americans than ever are finally giving it up. In fact, in the last Gallup “Consumption Habits” poll, 61...

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Here's What Red Meat Might Be Doing to Your Body

Here's What Red Meat Might Be Doing to Your Body

Every Monday, we're rounding up the biggest news bites in health and wellness. In this week's episode: how a hamburger habit could be adding extra years to your body.

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Why Arianna Huffington Naps Every Day—and Why She Thinks You Should Too

Why Arianna Huffington Naps Every Day—and Why She Thinks You Should Too

On the morning of April 6, 2007, Arianna Huffington woke up on the floor, bleeding from her head.

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It Looks Like Candy, But It's Poisonous—Do You Have This Item at Home?

It Looks Like Candy, But It's Poisonous—Do You Have This Item at Home?

Every Monday, we're rounding up the biggest news bites in health and wellness. In this week's episode: kids are mistaking this poisonous household item for candy.

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One Minute of Exercise Might Be All You Need to Get in Shape, Study Says

One Minute of Exercise Might Be All You Need to Get in Shape, Study Says

Attention SoulCycle groupies—you’re about to save a lot of money.

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Want to Fight Global Hunger and Save the Environment? Cut Back on Meat

Want to Fight Global Hunger and Save the Environment? Cut Back on Meat

Earlier this week, researchers revealed some devastating news about food insecurity in the United States: it isn't going away. In fact, one in five children live in food insecure households.

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This 25-Year-Old Congressional Candidate Wants to Help You Change the World

This 25-Year-Old Congressional Candidate Wants to Help You Change the World

The 2016 election cycle is bananas, and pretty much everyone can agree on that—regardless of their party affiliation. Between nasty Twitter fights, debates overshadowed by petty name-calling, and a...

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One in Five Children in the U.S. Is Food Insecure, Study Shows

One in Five Children in the U.S. Is Food Insecure, Study Shows

When you think about hunger, what comes to mind? Is it the East African child with flies buzzing around her head? The rural Indian family living on a few dollars a day?

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How Benadryl Might Be Killing Your Brain Cells, and More in our Weekly Feed!

How Benadryl Might Be Killing Your Brain Cells, and More in our Weekly Feed!

Every Monday, we're rounding up the biggest news bites in health and wellness. In this week's episode: over-the-counter medicines like Benadryl, Dimetapp, and Dramamine could lead to dementia.

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