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Controlling your food environment will likely have a greater impact on your weight than genetic variables.
Red and blue light can alter our skin for the better — and new home devices are making the lights easier to use.
CBD is the fastest growing wellness product on the market. But what does the science say about its effectiveness?
A California clothing company wants women to try out the alternative to tampons and pads.
It's not about "hair loss" anymore, it's about "hair wellness."
Instead of a hard stop at 11 p.m., take a cue from babies and indulge in a long decompression period before bed.
“Booch” flows freely — at megastores, coffeehouses and workplaces — but is it really good for you?
The psychedelic brew is gaining popularity among older people for its purported ability to change ingrained ways of thinking.
You don't need any fancy gimmicks to ward off germs — just these tips (and maybe some Purell).
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