Looking to break away from your normal salad? Try this simple yet satisfying one instead.
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Find the answers to questions that pique your curiosity in our series “The Short Answer.” Dietitian Kate Patton, RD, fields this one about having a beer after a race.
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Relationship troubles: Whether you’re having screaming matches or a cold war, you may be considering marriage counseling. Learn five signs that you may benefit from couples therapy and how to find the right counselor for you.
A recent study reveals some chemicals found in sunscreen can be absorbed into the bloodstream. But before you ban all sunscreen use (which is dangerous), follow the advice of this dermatologist.
Show your heart some of the love it deserves. Work these 12 heart-healthy foods into your diet on a regular basis.