Is your coffee habit healthy or harmful? Get expert advice from registered dietitian Christy Brissette on whether you need to amp it up or cut down on caffeine.
Studies show that taking a power nap can help reduce anxiety and boost energy. But settling down for a midday nap is easier said than done.
You've probably seen, heard, or even tried them before: tips about what do first thing in the morning to feel better and be better all day.
Considering going booze-free for a month? Here's what you need to know, including some unexpected benefits!
The holidays are prime time for indulging in anything and everything—ugly sweaters, sweet treats, sparkly dresses, and too many peppermint martinis.
If it feels like your workweek just keeps getting longer, you're right. Americans are clocking the most hours in more than two decades, according to a recent Gallup poll.
Hey, you—sitting at your computer reading this story—listen up! One study found that every two hours of sitting while watching TV increases your risk for early death by 13 percent.
A sedentary lifestyle makes you a sitting duck for heart disease, diabetes and obesity–even if you work out regularly.
The FDA recommends consuming an ounce and a half of nuts (about a handful, or 240 calories) per day, but only four out of 10 Americans eat nuts on a daily basis, according to a recent CDC study.
Could your daily cup of coffee double as a health drink? A percolation of recent research reveals that the health benefits of coffee are double-espresso-style strong.
Want to get your mojo rising? You're not alone.
Score anti-aging secrets from one of the healthiest women in America, 92-year-old Deborah Szekely, the founder of the modern spa movement.
You're overbooked and overworked. Between your job, your family, your fitness routine and all the to-dos on your list, it's no wonder you're tired sometimes (or, um, all the time).
Experts reveal 14 surprising culprits -- and the easy fixes that'll help you feel rested at last.
We know you're dragging. And you're not the only one: Researchers have found that nearly 38 percent of working adults experience bouts of fatigue.
Vitamin D keeps your bones strong, boosts your mood, and may even prevent cancer. So why aren't you getting enough? (Trust us, you're not)
Your afternoon pick-me-up doesn't come just from the corner coffee shop anymore. The latest energy boosters are concocted in high-tech labs and promise to give you a whole new kind of lift.
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