The biggest challenge consumers face with regard to multivitamins is deciding which one to take.
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When it comes to displaying signs of sickness, cats are masters of obfuscation and disguise.
Over the years, though, I’ve picked up a few fur-busting tips that will help you out if you live with a Fur-rench Bulldog or other hairy housemate.
By Tamara Duker Freuman, U.S. News & World Report Since before the times of Aristotle, humans have been making errors in reasoning when arguing issues from religion and politics to science… More
The Washington, D.C., area was witnessing record rainfall … and my wife, Jamie, and I were out for a walk. Not just any walk. A walk of 21-miles. A walk with about 1,000 others. A walk aided by a support staff of 300. It was Day 1 of the Susan G. Komen Washington, D.C, 3-Day for the Cure, and we were walking around the nation’s capital in a deluge as part of an effort to fund the fight against breast cancer.
Studies link a shortage of shut-eye with obesity and diabetes.
By Yuri Elkaim, USNews.com I’m often asked, “Yuri, don’t smoothies have a ton of carbs and sugar in them? Thus, don’t they make you fat?” To tell you the truth, I… More
Known as the slimmest state since 2010, gorgeous Colorado boasts the lowest rate of obesity in all of America.
For thousands of years, superstitions regarding cats and dogs have guided people’s behavior — or just made for good fireside stories.
Consumers are hungry for miracle cures and easy ways to get healthy and slim without making much of an effort to get there. But buyer beware: Not all of the so-called “facts” you read about are true and, in fact, some food myths harm more than help.