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
In the Las Vegas shooting on Sunday night, at least 58 people were killed, and more than 400 others were transported to hospitals. Continue reading What to Know Before You Donate Blood
Whether you’re just starting out on an adventure or returning from a dream trip, nothing puts a damper on your pre- and post-vacation glow quite like jet lag. Continue reading How To Cure A Jet Lag?
A staple in many American homes, the simple French fry is a tasty side dish that can help you to feel full. Continue reading French Fries Calories: 9 Reasons to Avoid French Fries
You might not mind cold weather, but your skin freaking hates it. The colder the air, the drier it is, the faster it will evaporate your body’s natural moisture. Continue reading The Best Grooming Products for Dry Skin
Having obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) isn’t easy. The condition, marked by uncontrollable thoughts and behaviors, strikes about 2% of the general population—a figure that in the U.S. alone means nearly 6.5 million people. If you’ve made it past young adulthood … Continue reading What Does It Mean to Have OCD? These Are 5 Common Symptoms
In the pursuit of clear, smooth skin, sometimes what you don’t put on your face is just as crucial as what you do. Continue reading 5 Things Dermatologists Will Never Put on Their Faces
People are confused about fats, and it’s pretty understandable on some level. Continue reading The 5 Biggest Misconceptions About Eating Fat
People woke up Monday morning to the shocking news that people attending a concert in Las Vegas were gunned down by sniper on Sunday night. Continue reading How To Handle Your Anxiety Over Being In Crowds Right Now
Sam Standerwick, 25, was a fit guy who exercised almost every day and followed an extremely healthy diet. Continue reading 25-Year-Old Bodybuilder Sam Standerwick Was Totally Healthy—Then He Died of a Heart Attack
If you’re eating a mix of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and lean proteins, then you’re probably pretty far ahead of the nutrition curve. Continue reading 12 Foods You Need to Stop Buying—and 17 You Should Eat More
In life, there are a couple universal truths that stand the test of time. Continue reading Does Your Vagina Become Tighter If You Have Less Sex?
You may have seen pics of high-protein bread (or bagels, waffles, or tortillas) popping up on Instagram lately. Continue reading What Is High Protein Bread—and Should You Try It?
Essential oils have been used for thousands of years in various cultures for medicinal and health purposes. Continue reading 101 Essential Oil Uses and Benefits
Waking up with puffy, swollen eyes is a major bummer—especially if you need to arrive at work looking bright and alert, or you’re tired of masking the puffiness with makeup. Continue reading How to Get Rid of Puffy Eyes in different Ways
Cancer is among the leading causes of death worldwide. And while there have been lots of medical advancements towards treating some kinds and boosting survival, there is still lots of work to be done. Continue reading 10 Top Cancer Experts Reveal What They Do To Avoid The Deadly Disease
Maybe you’ve overheard people at the gym buzzing about how the IIFYM diet helped them slim down. Continue reading Counting Macros: How to Calculate IIFYM Diet for Weight Loss
Dry eye is a condition in which inadequate tear production leads to eyes that burn, sting, or feel gritty, among other symptoms. Continue reading 7 Medications That Dry Out Your Eyes
Most men who are in their 50s and older will develop Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), also known as an enlarged prostate. Continue reading Best Prostate Supplements of 2017 Reviewed
After all that time you spend making sure your vag-scape is silky smooth, it can be pretty unnerving to find some ugly bumps cropping up like weeds in your lady garden. Continue reading 5 Reasons You Have Bumps Down There Besides Herpes
Coughing is one of the most recognizable symptoms of illness. It can also be one of the most annoying. Continue reading Most Effective Cough Medicines
Just half an hour with a pooch can trigger your noggin to release brain chemicals linked to happiness. Continue reading Pet Therapy: 5 Healthy Reasons to Have a Pet
Dogs and cats love to nap. So did Da Vinci, who reportedly got 20 minutes of shut-eye every four hours. Continue reading Is Napping Good Or Bad For You?
Not exactly happy with the whole package once your boxers come off? Continue reading Satisfaction with Penis Size and Appearance Can Mean More Sex
The Tesla jam out front, the bike commuters riding one-handed while clutching MacBooks, the Apple Watches on everyone’s wrists capturing biometric data—all hint at the kind of skunkworks activity that sends geeks a-Twitter. Located on a side street in Cupertino—a … Continue reading How Apple Engineered Its Watch to Push You to Perform at Your Peak
To help you hone in on this secret relationship tactic, we asked real women about the evening habits that help keep their relationships going strong. Continue reading 9 Things Happy Couples Always Do Before Bed
The next time you go to turn off the ventilation above your seat on an airplane — whether because you’re afraid of getting sick or you’re downright chilly — you might want to reconsider. Continue reading Why You Should Always Turn on the Air Vent Above You During a Flight
Whether you’re jetting from coast to coast or around the world, jet lag is a downright drag. Continue reading 8 Things That Will Help You Sleep on an Airplane, According to a Sleep Specialist
ray hairs aren’t super-common for men in their twenties and thirties, so it’s natural that you might start to freak out a little if you spot some. Continue reading These 3 Reasons Might Explain Why Your Hair Is Turning Gray
The next, it’s camel milk. Whatever the “superfood,” there’s always a new snack or beverage that claims to protect you from disease or give you another health boost, like healthier skin or stronger bones. Continue reading 7 Everyday Foods That Are Better For You Than Trendy Superfoods
Since the early 2000s, the United States Army has been devising a new series of fitness tests to better prepare their soldiers for the battlefield. For … Continue reading These Are the 6 Exercises You Can Do to Become as Fit as a U.S. Soldier
Nearly 25 years after her death, Audrey Hepburn is still celebrated for her classic movies, her philanthropy and her delicate, gamine glamour. Continue reading The Truth about Audrey Hepburn’s Slim Figure — and How She Nearly Starved to Death During WWII
Along with cooler temps, fall also brings a bounty of fresh veggies that we can’t wait to sink our teeth into. Continue reading 14 Healthy Roasted Vegetable Recipes for Fall
Chai or chai tea is a popular drink in India where this delicious hot beverage is often made by boiling tea leaves with milk and adding sugar and spices. Continue reading Chai Tea Recipe (Without the Caffeinated Tea!)