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Eat More Fat? Some Researches Say Balance is Key
People Start to Feel Too Old to Work Out at This Age
Scientists Seek Ways to Finally Take A Real Measure of Pain

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People Start to Feel Too Old to Work Out at This Age

Eat More Fat? Some Researches Say Balance is Key

Two in five Americans feel "too old" to work out, with 41 officially being the age Americans feel too old to exercise.

How Jason Momoa Got Jacked To Play 'Aquaman'

How Jason Momoa Got Jacked To Play 'Aquaman'

Jan 16
Fitness and style YouTuber Brett Maverick delivers a workout so you can be superhero strong in 2019.

Filing: OxyContin Maker Forecast 'Blizzard of Prescriptions'

Filing: OxyContin Maker Forecast 'Blizzard of Prescriptions'

By Alanna Durkin Richer and Geoff Mulvihill | Jan 16
A member of the family that owns OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma told people at the prescription opioid painkiller's launch party in the 1990s that it would be "followed by a blizzard of prescriptions that will bury the competition."

5 Reasons Holistic Dentistry is Gaining Popularity

5 Reasons Holistic Dentistry is Gaining Popularity

Jan 16
For a growing number of patients, a trip to the dentist isn't what it used to be — and that's how they want it.

12 Tips for a Healthy 2019

12 Tips for a Healthy 2019

Jan 15
The authors of "Whats Your Season? Healing Principles and Recipes for Your Body Type" offer a fresh approach to optimize your health

People Start to Feel Too Old to Work Out at This Age

People Start to Feel Too Old to Work Out at This Age

Jan 15
Two in five Americans feel "too old" to work out, with 41 officially being the age Americans feel too old to exercise.

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Mutual of Omaha Changes PrEP Policy for Insurance Applicants

Mutual of Omaha Changes PrEP Policy for Insurance Applicants

Jan 10
One of the country's largest insurance providers has agreed to stop denying all forms of insurance, including life and long-term care insurance, to Massachusetts residents using the HIV prevention medication Truvada.


Health

Scientists Seek Ways to Finally Take A Real Measure of Pain

Scientists Seek Ways to Finally Take A Real Measure of Pain

The National Institutes of Health is pushing for development of what its director, Dr. Francis Collins, has called a "pain-o-meter." Spurred by the opioid crisis, the goal isn't just to signal how much pain someone's in.

Fitness

Low Carb? Low Fat? What the Latest Dieting Studies Tell Us

Low Carb? Low Fat? What the Latest Dieting Studies Tell Us

If you're planning to try to lose weight in 2019, you're sure to find a fierce debate online and among friends and family about how best to do it. It seems like everyone has an opinion, and new fads emerge every year.