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It’s easy to let holiday stress get the best of you. But, it doesn’t have to (and shouldn’t) be that way. Follow these expert tips for keeping the good tidings in your season.
If the cold days and dark nights of winter make you want to hibernate, consider this: Being inactive can take a toll on your fitness, your weight and your mood. Get tips for all fitness levels.
Black licorice lovers take note: The FDA warns that in rare occurrences, one of your faves may cause your heart to skip a beat, and not in the good way.
Many women find their beauty rest interrupted by a need to urinate at night. Learn what causes nocturia, or nighttime urination, and when you need to see a doctor.
New drugs for advanced melanoma are offering hope to patients whose options were once very limited. As more young women are diagnosed with melanoma, these treatments offer them hope.
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