Hot tubs can provide a ton of relief, as well as other benefits that could improve heart health and sleep. An integrative medicine physician explains.
An LGBTQIA+ health specialist explains some of the ways the sex you were assigned at birth can have an impact on your health, so you can make the best and most informed decisions for yourself and your body.
Our bodies produce a lot of substances in a rainbow of colors. But which of those colors are A-OK and which should be cause for concern? We’ve compiled a series of colorful articles to help you figure out what your goo’s telling you.
Winter can be tough on your body. Learn how to get through the cold-weather months healthy and happy.
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Nonthreatening scary situations — like visiting a haunted house or watching horror movies or true crime — can trigger an adrenaline rush, releasing endorphins and dopamine in your brain. But it’s important not to overdo it with the spooky stuff.
About half of adults in the U.S. are living with a magnesium deficiency and don’t even know it. Spot the warning signs, and learn how to increase your magnesium with food and supplements.
Sore or tight muscles in your neck or shoulders? Myofascial release can help with pain by applying pressure to sore or tight muscles to get them to relax.
It’s fall, y’all! Colder temps can bring flu fears, seasonal allergies, dry skin and other autumn woes. Here’s what you need to know in order to keep your whole family healthy and happy.
Rather than manipulating your muscles like a massage therapist, Rolfers target fascia, the connective tissue that holds our body parts together. But is that safe? A licensed massage therapist breaks it down.
From sushi to ceviche to crudo, raw fish can be a beautiful and delicious treat. Here’s how to make sure your sushi is safe to eat.