From honey face masks to essential oil massage blends, facial steams and compresses – here are some of our favorite alternatives ot help keep your skin clear.
If your kids are not eating all the vegetables they should be, here are some tips to get your picky eaters into lifelong healthy eating habits.
Decades of research show that lutein can delay or prevent age related macular degeneration – but new evidence shows the brain needs it to stay young as well.
If your renewed fitness regime has left you with an injury, you may need more, and more nutrition-packed, calories to help you heal.
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Fat-loving microbes in the gut could be at the heart of the frustrating yo-yo effect of weight loss and weight gain. The solution? Take care of your gut to take care of your waistline!
There’s little evidence that sports drinks hydrate you better than water – and they could do more harm than good.
This form of repetitive strain injury is now being seen in older and younger people as we all spend our days hunched over our phones and other handheld devices.
Science proves the folk wisdom was right – if you want to combat garlic breath naturally keep some mint on hand.
Mangoes are rich in carotenoids and other vital nutrients, so they don’t just taste good, they are good for you as well.
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