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That works out to just 10 minutes a day of exercise.
A tooth infection may seem like little more than an inconvenience, but it could actually be doing some serious damage.
Did you really want that protein bar or do you just think it's better for you than a cookie? Maybe it is, maybe it isn't. Here are five products that people think must be good for you but may not be.
Toothpaste in tablet form could be an effective way to benefit both the health of the environment and our teeth.
Confused about whether to embrace or avoid eating eggs if you're watching your cholesterol? A new, large study suggests you should avoid eggs, but nutritionists aren't all convinced.
Pushups are a great upper-body exercise that people often do wrong. So what's the right way to perform a pushup and what are some variations?
After a night of heavy drinking, it sure would be nice not to wake up with a hangover. Some patches promise to take care of the problem can they really?
How much toothpaste is too much? Turns out, kids just need a little smear.
Microgreens are all the rage now and many people swear that they're tastier and healthier than the bigger vegetables. But what does the science say?
Squatting has a ton of benefits and can actually strengthen a lot of your inactive muscle groups.
A lot of people swear by its health benefits. But what do the experts say?
Put down the donuts! Free food on the job can be hazardous to your health.
The keto diet is high in fat and low in carbs — ideal for quick weight loss, but not necessarily for keeping it off.
With roots in ancient Indian Ayurvedic tradition, saline irrigation can clear up clogged nasal passageways and alleviate some allergy symptoms when done correctly.
It's probably dirtier than you think.
Kombucha is having a moment as a probiotic that can help with all kinds of diseases. But what does the science say?
Hummus is a chickpea dip that has surged in popularity in the U.S. over the past decade. It sure seems healthy but is it really?
Probiotics have been having a moment — but are they really beneficial to our health?
They're probably the bane of your middle school memories. So why do we still subject kids to these humiliating physical fitness tests?
Are you really sure you want to know?
A new survey found that today's teens and college students are far more stressed out than older Americans are. Why do they feel this way?
The FDA is considering whether to enforce a rule that restricts usage of the term 'milk' to dairy products. But makers of plant-based milks like soy milk and almond milk are fighting back.
A slew of new research suggests eating more nuts is not just good for your heart, but it's also good for your waistline.
Microplastics in our poop indicate that even our food supply isn't safe from our plastic problem.
Lots of people believe that a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar a day helps to speed weight loss. But what does science say?