Tired of not knowing what to nibble on when your need for a healthy snack strikes? Whip up a batch of our dietitian’s Peanut Butter Balls. They’re a little sweet, a lot nutty — and definitely delicious.
Do you ever notice yourself feeling a little out of sorts the day after you drink? Not a hangover, necessarily, but a general jittery malaise? Anxiety seems to be a bedfellow of alcohol — and for many reasons.
Your weight loss has stalled. And, even worse, you’ve gained a few pounds. No worries! Our dietitians explain three things you can do to start losing weight again — and three useless strategies to avoid.
What’s the best diet when you have breast cancer? Can you ever skip chemo? How can you support a friend with breast cancer? Discover tips, mythbusters and more (and remember to get your mammogram, too.)
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Mushroom poisoning is real – and it can cause liver failure. Beware of certain types of wild mushrooms that could be dangerous, including the most common, “death cap” mushrooms.
This fish entrée is poached in a simple base of wine, olive oil and cherry tomatoes. The fresh tarragon and chives add flavor and fragrance. (Feel free to substitute cod or flounder.)
Medication can ease the frightening symptoms of ongoing atrial fibrillation. But researchers are finding that early use of a more invasive treatment — ablation — may offer better outcomes.
Intimacy is a two-way street — but you could argue that in the early days of caring for a newborn, it goes three ways: you, partner and baby. Here are some tips for setting aside special time with your partner.
Cancer is a life-changing illness, and not just for the patient. Everyone who loves the patient feels its ripple effects. Discover what to expect and how to support someone on their unpredictable journey.
When you hear the term, “morning gel,” what comes to mind? Hair styling aids? Eye cream? Actually, medical experts use this term to describe joint stiffness from lack of movement, whether after a night’s sleep or binge-watching your favorite show. Find out what can cause stiffness and how to find relief.