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New research is spurring exciting developments in the microbiome, the trillions of bacteria that make up communities living in our bodies. Scientists are exploring how being aware of imbalances in these bacteria could lead to new diagnoses and treatments. All this could have a positive impact on people’s health.
The exotic spice cumin comes as a seed or ground to add flavor. To add a healthy dose of antioxidants and vitamins to your dishes, be sure to keep some cumin on your spice rack.
Is the U.S. presidential election stressing you out? You’re not alone. More than half of Americans in a recent survey by the American Psychological Association report that the 2016 election is a very or somewhat significant source of stress.
Each of these fruits is packed with nutrients and fiber. And while they’re sweet enough to taste like a treat, they won’t trigger sugar cravings. Is your favorite on our list?
Ever wonder why you crave snacks, sugar and junk food, even after a big dinner? It’s not a character flaw. It’s simple biology. Learn how four powerful appetite hormones can wreak havoc with your weight.
Because Zika can be sexually transmitted, men need to minimize their risks of getting the virus or spreading it to their partner. Here’s what you and your partner need to know.
Just a little cayenne pepper goes a long way to add some heat to any dish. This bright and nutritious spice dilates the blood vessels and speeds the metabolism.
It’s important for those of us in office jobs to be mindful of our body and to give it a good stretch every few hours. Our bodies were meant for movement.
Fruit is good for you, right? But some fruits are a little too high in sugar and a little too low in fiber. Find out which ones our dietitians recommend cutting back on.
Repetition and stress from working in front of a computer can exact a toll on our hands, wrists and shoulders. These areas often bear the brunt of overuse and lack of variation in movement and, as a result, we feel discomfort or pain.