Some foods are high in cholesterol but nutritious. Others, not so much. Know which high-cholesterol foods are healthy and which ones you should pass on.
Compression socks help prevent leg swelling in people with vein problems, athletes and those who sit or stand for long periods. But should you sleep in them?
They’re sugary, sweet, and taste like a treat, but are gummy vitamins actually healthy? And do they offer your body the same benefits as traditional vitamins. A primary care specialist weighs in on whether you should replace your pill-form vitamins with the gummy variety.
Crave something sweet, but watching your weight? Replace store-bought sweets with these homemade treats. You’ll boost your fiber while slashing calories and fat.
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Kids ages 12 and over are now eligible for the Pfizer vaccine following approval from the Food and Drug Administration.
Do you shy away from serving regular artichoke dip because it’s too high in unhealthy fats? Try our version which uses olive oil and plenty of Italian herbs. Plus, it’s ready in nearly no time!
More women in their 40s are choosing breast implants. But are there special considerations to be aware of? Find out, from how mammograms work to accompanying breast lifts.