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Soda is a major factor behind many of Americans’ most alarming health problems. Learn why soda is bad for your health.
A new report highlights four simple screening tests that most people aren't getting. Are you protected?
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Having trouble sticking to an exercise program? Here, 5 common exercise excuses and how to overcome them.
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When was the last time you went to the doctor for a checkup? If you're a guy, chances are you're way overdue. Find out what tests and exams men need to live a long and healthy life.
Compelling evidence shows that a diet rich in antioxidants can reduce your risk of life-threatening diseases. Read on to find out the top 36 antioxidant-rich foods!
If you think a high SPF rating means you're safe, think again. Here's what you really need to know.
New studies show that most people underestimate their weight -- increasing their risk for heart disease, diabetes and cancer.
Here's what the tobacco industry doesn't want you to know.