“With 2014 mere days away and the holidays receding into life’s rear-view mirror, cleanse season is about to be in full effect. Yes, it’s time: time to treat your body less like a pleasuredome and more like, you know, a body. There’s no need for concern, because—and this is something of a mantra around these parts—”healthy” and “tasty” are far more synonymous than you may have been led to believe. On your journey back to the land of the healthy, lentils will be among your strongest allies…” read more
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Patients suffering from high blood pressure may have a new tool that does not rely on pharmaceuticals.
A federal health survey touted as the gold standard for evidence on weight showed a sharp decline for kids aged 2-5, auguring a welcome change in the wider obesity epidemic.
Vigorous exercise accounted for only 1 hour among women and 3.6 hours among men per year, a new study found.