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February is Heart Health Month. In celebration, take up these three new research-based habits.
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There is no surefire way to prevent breast cancer but you can possibly reduce your risk through diet and healthy living. Here are five things you can do now.
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The power of exercise is more than helping your rock that itty-bitty bikini. It can dramatically improve your health. Here's how.
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Trade cranky days for fit ones with these five mood-boosting techniques.
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Women are concussing at higher rates than men, but these female athletes receive almost no attention compared to their male peers. What’s going on, and what should you know about concussions as an active woman?
Bring your health and fitness to a whole new level by taking care of what's inside as well as what's outside.
The wrong pillow can be a real pain in the neck (and back). Here’s how to choose one for a good night’s sleep.
Keep your heart fit, your body strong and your health at its best by taking control of your life and managing your cholesterol numbers.
Be health wise and cardio smart and learn how to correctly take your pulse.
Hit the gym instead of the snooze button to recharge your health.
Think you’re too fit or healthy to get diabetes? Truth is, you may actually be at risk for pre-diabetes and not even know it. Here’s how to gauge and lower your risk.
February is American Heart Month, and in honor of our most vital of organs, here are some fun facts.
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