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Even if you’re an oral hygiene all-star, you might be leaving bad bacteria behind if you aren’t tongue brushing or tongue scraping. Here’s why and how to add it to your routine.
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All nuts offer some health benefits, but when it comes to nutrition, they are not created equal. Are you a vegetarian looking to add protein or omega-3s to your diet? Are you avoiding dairy? You can pick specific nuts that help fill unique nutrient gaps. Take our quiz to test your nut knowledge.
Whether your divorce is amicable or difficult, you may need help to regain control and move on with your life. Get tips for starting over after a divorce.
Some endurance athletes eat few carbohydrates on some days and follow up with high-carb days. Is carb cycling a good way to optimize energy and control weight?