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Whether you’re meeting your snuggle buddy for a romantic dinner, gearing up for a besties’ night out or hanging with the DVR until this holiday blows...
Stress is usually categorized under mental health, but it can manifest in physical ways as well — and the long-term effects can be serious.
drinking coffee like a boss
Good news for coffee-drinkers! It looks like regular caffeine consumption may not lead to extra heartbeats, according to UC San Francisco researchers.
Kale, chard and spinach have had plenty of time in the limelight. It’s time for something new. Pack your plate with nutrients with this surprisingly...
While a cardiovascular workout is an excellent way to strengthen your heart, yoga offers a less-intense supplement to your fitness plan.
February is American Heart Month, which means it’s a good opportunity for you to focus on your ticker and take a few extra steps to prevent heart...
9 surprising ways your love life affects your health
Did you know that being in a positive and committed relationship is actually good for you? Among other things, love helps you live longer, improves...
Statistics suggest you're more likely to suffer a heart attack on certain days of the year.
The Mediterranean diet had us at “olive oil” and “wine,” but in case you needed more reasons to love it, it also comes with a plethora of health...
When it comes to your health goals, you don’t have to throw in the towel on Valentine’s Day all for the sake of romance, especially with Heart...

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