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The Biggest Alzheimer’s Breakthroughs

New scientific research suggests key lifestyle choices may play a major role in preventing dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.

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Judge Hatchett’s Heartbreaking Family Tragedy

Judge Glenda Hatchett opens up about her daughter-in-law Kyira’s sudden and unexpected death after childbirth.

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Mental Health

The SHIELD Plan to Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease

Protect your brain from dementia and Alzheimer’s disease today.

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Dr. Oz Explains Genetically Modified Apples

Dr. Oz shares the facts behind the genetically modified apples that won’t turn brown.

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6 Surprising Ways to Use Apples This Fall

Use this fall fruit in brand new and inventive ways.

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Your Potato 101 Guide

Julia Collin Davison of America’s Test Kitchen reveals the best types of potatoes for different recipes. Plus, meet three.

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5 Surprising Uses for Sweet Potatoes

Five beneficial and creative ways to get the most out of sweet potatoes.

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How to Make Tasty and Nutritionist-Approved Meals

Registered dietitian Ellie Krieger reveals the secret to crafting perfectly balanced meals. Find out which surprising grain makes.

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5 Health Benefits of Nutritional Yeast

Find out why nutritional yeast is your new best friend.

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In the News: November 20, 2017

Spit test may detect concussions, PTSD often follows a cancer diagnosis, and proteins in breast milk may prevent food allergies.

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In the News: November 17, 2017

New pill sends data to your phone, too much TV can cause blood clots, and women are less likely to receive CPR from strangers.

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In the News: November 13, 2017

Non-physical harassment can also cause harm, mushrooms have anti-aging powers, and low-calorie diet may reverse type 2 diabetes.

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In the News: November 10, 2017

Night-time eating may harm health, brisk walking might help longevity, and effectiveness of basic painkillers over opioids.

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In the News: November 6, 2017

Teen moms are at risk of heart disease, a thought-blocking mechanism has been found, and climate change may cause health issues.

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In the News: October 30, 2017

Exercise may improve brain efficiency, junk food may increase distraction, and pesticides may lower IVF success rates.

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Thanksgiving Classics, Made Lighter

Delicious versions of your holiday favorites, minus the calories.

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5 Ways to Beat Period Bloat

Try these effortless ways to de-bloat during that uncomfortable time of the month.

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Tips to Avoid Holiday Weight Gain

Learn ways to navigate holiday parties and family dinners with ease.

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Easy Ways to Build Self-Confidence

Shut down negativity and get what you want out of life.

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Travel Through the Human Colon

Explore the inner workings of the large intestine in this virtual reality video.

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11 Ways to Spend Less, Save More

Get tips from the savviest savers to buy the things you want — and still build your nest egg.

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Top 6 Psoriasis Questions

A psoriasis diagnosis can be confusing. Here’s what to ask at your next appointment.

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Living Well With Diabetes

Find easier ways to face the daily challenges that come with diabetes.


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