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Walk, Don't Saunter
Walking together makes couples healthier and happier. To get the biggest health boost, however, keep up the pace -- and don't hold hands.
Putting Antibiotic Use on a Diet
Antibiotics are frequently overused, and bacteria have become resistant. A new set of guidelines helps doctors and patients cut back.
Steroids: Building Muscle, Depleting the Brain
The anabolic steroids athletes take to build muscle mass have the opposite effect on the brain -- they make it age faster.
The Heavy Metals in Your Baby's Food: Part Two
The alarming results of a Congressional investigation into levels of lead, arsenic and mercury in baby foods, including findings by brand.
Media Violence and Mass Shootings
As depictions of violence in the media go up, so does gun violence. There are things you can do to break the cycle, especially in kids.
A Questionable Treatment for Low Sexual Desire
Women experiencing low libido may be prescribed a drug with few benefits, based on suspect research, for a disorder that no longer exists.
The Pandemic Pushes Moms Out of the Workforce
School closures may be good for public health, but they wreak havoc on women's work lives, causing stress and undermining years of progress.
Get the Most from Your ‘Five-a-Day’
Eating five servings of fruits and vegetables a day is a proven way to boost longevity.
An Online Nudge Toward Healthier Food Purchases
In addition to being convenient and COVID-free, shopping online has the potential to help you make better food choices. Here's how.
Healthy Skepticism: Be a Better Consumer of Health Information
Have you heard the news about vitamin B17? A study explores the things to look for when evaluating health -- or any kind of -- information.
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