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Stress is usually categorized under mental health, but it can manifest in physical ways as well — and the long-term effects can be serious.
Anyone who has traveled outside their own state knows that America is a land of differences. Different accents, different geographic features, different attitudes toward life. Health and weight...
Put down the pills and head to the supermarket. Mushrooms and supplements had the same effect on participants’ vitamin D levels in a new study presented at the American Society for Biochemistry...
HellaWella’s media mash is a weekly feature listing the latest and most interesting health-and-wellness stories we’ve read in the past week, pulled from the Web and linked for your convenience. If...
Being No. 1 isn’t always a good thing. According to new data released today by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Mississippi leads the country in terms of obesity with 34.9% of...
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The lesson we learned this week: The sodium in frozen meals is nothing compared with the outrageous amount in soup. While some of these brands may be low in calories and fat, it’s more than...
It’s not news that Americans’ colossal portion sizes have played a major role in our obesity epidemic, but this infographic from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention really depicts how...
Back in June, a study was generating headlines like “Feeling fat? Blame all those potatoes.” And then last week potatoes sprouted into the spotlight again with a new study claiming that the...