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Study: Skipping Breakfast is Bad for Your Heart

A Harvard University study found that men who skip breakfast may be doing major damage to their heart.


The Benefits of Eating Chia Seeds

A new study found that chia seeds are high in antioxidants and heart-healthy omegas.

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Do You Have "Text Neck?"

Find out how your smartphone may be straining your neck and spine.


The Healthy Shopper’s Guide to the Grocery Store

Use this guide to take the guesswork out of your weekly grocery shopping trip and fill your basket with the healthiest foods.


How Food Affects Your Immunity

Eat the right foods to boost your immunity, get strong, and stay healthy.


Think About What You Drink

In this video, nutritionist Amanda Carlson-Phillips explains how hydration is the easiest way to improve your health, energy, and nutrition.


7 Healthy Foods for Spring

Buy the nutritious fruits and veggies on this list to eat healthier this spring.


The Number One Thing You Can Do to Feel Better

This video featuring performance specialist Craig Friedman explains a simple way to see big performance gains.

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Master Your Breathing to Perform Better

Perfect the art of this basic human function to perform better, sleep better, and ease stress.


Q&A: What are the Healthiest Beers?

Nutritionist Amanda Carlson-Phillips suggests a handful of brews to reach for when looking for the healthiest options.


The Complete Guide to Creatine

Everything you need to know about this muscle-building, strength-boosting, health-promoting supplement.


Q&A: What are the Healthiest Wines?

How to select wines with the greatest health benefits.

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Feeling Uninspired? Take a Walk

When you feel your creativity lacking, taking a walk can help you find inspiration, according to a small study from Stanford University researchers.