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Health concerns while carrying a baby shouldn't be much different from the rest of your life.
Knowing which methods don't help at all is just as important as knowing which ones work.
The epidemic's slowdown has made time for clear-headed analysis
Are new stem cell therapies miracles in a bottle--or just a dangerous form of snake oil?
The most scientifically effective exercises you can do with a Christmas ham.
Is your gaming habit a mental health problem?
Even if you're not trying to get swole, these movements will help you with everyday movements.
New guidelines for Americans emphasize physical activity at any level.
No jade eggs required.
There's very little information out there.
Submental fat is not your enemy.
But figuring out whether or not they work is almost as tough as creating them.
And every little bit counts.
New data shows just how few of us are meeting the recommended guidelines.
Even if it won't prevent injury.
Building them, tearing them, repairing them, eating them.
Would Rocky's regimen really work? We asked the experts.
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New recommendations suggest vitamin supplements probably won't help stave off falls and breaks.