For years, scientists researching pain, movement, and recovery had no interest in the weblike tissue known as fascia, which coats your muscles, nerves, and organs. But things have changed. Researchers—and savvy trainers—now view something called fascia as your secret weapon … Continue reading What Is Fascia — And How Treating It Can Make You Pain-Free
Milk, broccoli, and wait, is that your brother texting back? When you’re at the supermarket, having a whole text volley with him could make you fill … Continue reading How Texting in the Supermarket Can Make You Fat
Why are Cells Important? There are over 37 trillion cells in your body that work hard for you every single day. On average, your body loses 19 million cells each minute, and makes an equal amount to replace them. As … Continue reading Why Are Micronutrients Important?
Genetic discoveries are being made at a tremendous pace, and I’m excited that genes related to many sleep disorders are among those finds. All this new genetic research may one day play a role in helping doctors understand who is … Continue reading Can Your DNA Tell You How to Sleep Better?
Julianne Hough is sitting barefoot and cross-legged on a twin bed in a SoHo, New York City, apartment, gushing about married life. Continue reading Julianne Hough Talks Married Life, the Morning Routine That Gives Her Energy, and Her Struggle With Endometriosis
In addition, women with symptoms of depression were three times more likely to meet the criteria for having a tanning dependence. Continue reading Indoor Tanning Addiction and the Depression Connection
Guys with erectile dysfunction have a 70 percent increased risk for premature death, a new study from The University of Mississippi finds. Continue reading How Cardiovascular Disease Causes Erectile Dysfunction
Whether your dog is cuddly and cute or tough, steadfast and stoic, most American canines have one thing in common. Continue reading Chemicals in Dogs: 5 Red-Flag Warning Signs We Can’t Ignore
In every relationship, there comes a point where things start to feel less fiery and more friendly. Continue reading 7 Ways To Fall Back In Love With Your Partner
Proton-pump inhibitors, or PPIs, are some of the most commonly prescribed medications in the world. In fact, one study estimates Americans spend $11 billion on PPIs each year. Continue reading Acid Reflux Medication and Liver Disease: What You Need to Know
On December 31, 2014, Susan Heard was sitting on her sofa with her husband and 12-year-old daughter, watching TV and waiting for the ball to drop in Times Square. “While everyone in the world was celebrating New Year’s Eve and … Continue reading Pushing Myself Physically Helped Me Heal After My Son’s Death
TV these days gets lots of things right. But even the best comedies and dramas don’t always do an accurate job tackling mental health issues. One … Continue reading 7 Popular TV Shows That Get Mental Health Right
When you hear the word “herpes,” there are likely two phrases that immediately come to mind: “cold sores” and “genitals.” Continue reading 7 Facts You Never Knew About Herpes
Governments in both Turkey and the United States abruptly suspended visitor visas between the two countries on Sunday. Continue reading What You Need to Know About Travel to Turkey
Some days you get into the gym and feel completely overwhelmed. Continue reading 8 Moves You Should Be Doing On A Bench