TODAY nutritionist Joy Bauer shares some surprisingly healthy treats, including a chocolate yogurt pretzel pop, and grilled pineapple sorbet.
Daily doses of aspirin could help reduce the risk of recurring blood clots, researchers say. Also, a study from Stanford University found that about one in seven people hace what it calls "sleep drunkenness." Brian Webb reports on the day's top health stories.
Trying to eat healthy but confused about what to avoid? Nutrition labels can help you make smart food choices.
In the unlikely event you're ever in a plane crash, these tips will dramatically improve your odds of walking away from it alive.
Work your traps to develop a broad back or at least strengthen the muscles that maintain good posture to help you fake one.
Mostly associated with dance-centric movies of the 1980s, leg lifts are also a shortcut to killer abs.
If your personal food pyramid replaces Grains with Pizza and Fruits and Vegetables with Taco Sauce, it s time to make some changes.
People choose to stop drinking coffee for many reasons. Follow these steps to help kick your coffee habit.
Many experts believe a balanced pH diet supports proper metabolism and help the body resist disease.
Raise little brainiacs by working these foods into their diet.
Selenium is an essential trace mineral and antioxidant that protects your cells, boosts the immune system, and helps fight infection.
Train your brain to retain information with these tips, and fight the fear that you re losing your faculties.
Making exercising enjoyable and fun will keep you motivated to get moving.
Meetings take up time you'd otherwise spend working out? Try having a walk-and-talk to add some extra calorie-burning steps. Easy!
The ketogenic diet is for people with epilepsy who do not respond to treatments, including anti-seizure medicine.
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