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Remember when a glass of wine a day was good for you? Here’s why that changed.
It all comes down to the way we used to study drinking.
Please do not try to survive on an all-meat diet
Here’s what you should know about the latest carnivore trend.
Your risk of cancer likely increases with each additional drink of alcohol
Light drinking may prolong your life—but it's more complicated than that.
If your genes put you at risk of heart disease, exercise might be able to help
And every little bit counts.
She had a textbook medical condition, but it went undiagnosed for more than a year
How stereotyping diseases hurts patients.
Don’t let snow shoveling give you a heart attack
Clearing the driveway during a blizzard may be the perfect storm for a cardiac event.
Fruits and vegetables could save your life—but not from any one disease.
Nutrition science can’t be taken piecemeal.
This protein makes your heart fit without actually exercising it
No gym membership necessary.
2.2 billion people are overweight and sick, but we’re still measuring them by a terrible metric
We could save lives by getting rid of BMI.
Sleeping in on the weekend won’t actually give you heart disease
But there are other reasons not to give in to "social jet lag."