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3 Popular Eating Plans You’ll See in the New Year

If you’re thinking about revamping how you eat in the new year, you might want to think twice about the trendy dairy-free plans that crop up on your social media feed – as they could leave you missing out on ...

What Happens to Your Body When You Hold Your Pee

We get it. You’re busy. We’re busy, everybody’s busy. You have things to do, people to take care of and places to go. So sometimes we put ourselves last, including our bladders. But how healthy is it to hold your ...

Combating COLD and FLU Season

When temperatures drop, the risk for illness, such as colds and the flu, rises. Each year, millions of Americans suffer from symptoms ranging from coughing, sneezing and congestion to aches, fevers and vomiting that can leave them feeling less than ...

Eater Writer Says H-E-B is 'Cultiest Cult Grocer in America'

There's plenty of regional grocery market chains that have a dedicated following: Wegmans, Giant Eagle, Publix, Aldi and, of course, H-E-B. But one Eater writer is arguing that the Texas-based chain is the "cultiest cult grocer in America."

Hawaii named healthiest state, Louisiana ranks last in new report

As the new year approaches, many people focus on improving their health -- but how does where you live rank when it comes to health?

1 in 4 globally will have a stroke at age 25 or older, according to new study

One in four people globally will have a stroke at age 25 or older, according to a new study published Wednesday in the New England Journal of Medicine.

Rare whisky market dominated by fakes, testing shows

You've just spent a barrel of cash on it, but is that very expensive whisky actually good to drink?

Are you heavier or shorter than the average American?

America is struggling with an obesity epidemic, and a new government report says that the population is only getting heavier.

Medicare price controls would harm patients and workers

Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar just released a sweeping proposal that would drastically change how Medicare pays for advanced cancer therapies and other potent medicines. The plan relies on foreign price controls to reduce drug spending by $17 ...

10 Tips to Help Families of Children with Special Needs Enjoy the Holidays

The holidays are upon us, and while there’s loads of merry-making and fun to be had – the changes and sensations of the season can add stress to the lives of children with special needs and their families. The Episcopal ...

Gifts for Him

The holiday countdown has begun and for some, it can be quite difficult to find the perfect gift for him without breaking the bank. To make your holiday shopping for the men in your life, we have put together some ...

The Spirit Of Giving Highlight: Nikki Jackson Of Beyond Fostering, Inc. Gives Hope To 25 Foster Kids This Season

Our youth are faced with many whirlwind-like obstacles, some a little bit more than others. However, with the help from people like Nikki Jackson, founder of Beyond Fostering, Inc., the challenges of those who need a little bit more hope ...

Is Soul Food Putting the “Die” in Diet?

In the South, back in your grandmother’s day, a good home-cooked meal included chicken-fried crisp in lard, candied yams, macaroni and cheese, greens seasoned with ham hocks, good old fashion cornbread, all topped off by three types of cake and ...

Get the Look: Emily Blunt in Chantecaille

At the London premiere of Mary Poppins Returns, celebrity makeup artist Jenn Streicher used Chantecaille to create a rosy pink look on star Emily Blunt.

Congressman Al Green's Statement on 2019 Open Enrollment Period

On Wednesday, December 12, 2018, Congressman Al Green made the following statement regarding the severity of enrolling in a health plan before open enrollment ends on Saturday, December 15, 2018: