8 New Year’s Resolutions To Improve Your Health

As you say good riddance to 2020, say hello to a healthier 2021

Your Wellness

Shameless: S. Epatha Merkerson on the Sweet Truth About Diabetes

The multi-award-winning actress, best known for Law & Order, opens up

Your Health

COVID-19 Reveals How Obesity Harms the Body in Real Time, Not Just Over a Lifetime

New research shows that obesity not only increases your risk of being sicker and dying from COVID-19, but of getting infected in the first place

Nutrition & Movement

The Connection Between Obesity and COVID-19

People with obesity face greater risk of developing many diseases, including Covid-19. Here's how to begin your weight loss journey.

Nutrition & Movement

Constant Dieters Might Be Choosing the Wrong Way to Lose Weight

A look at the science behind high-fat food like potato chips and healthier substitutes.

Nutrition & Movement

The Secret to Combating Perimenopause Weight Gain

Stick to whole grains and greens, stay hydrated and exercise.

Menopause & Aging Well

5 Essential Products for a Healthy Diet

These products can help make dieting fun, easy and healthful, and they can streamline they can streamline the process of weight loss.

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5 Diets to Help You Lose Weight While Improving Your Health

Midlife brings changes in metabolism, weight and body shape for most women. The changes may be unavoidable, but there are ways to lose that extra weight healthfully.

Nutrition & Movement

More Reason to Talk About Weight

It's awkward to talk about weight, but there are health issues that make it an important discussion. Obesity is linked to many cancers and other health problems.

Menopause & Aging Well

How to Ditch Dieting for Good

If you're tired of dieting, it's time to try intuitive eating, a common-sense approach to eating that encourages you to trust your own inner cues.

Nutrition & Movement

Big Resolutions, Small Changes: What Science Tells Us About Changing our Behavior

2020 brings the opportunity for fresh starts and resolutions, but every resolution brings the question: How will we keep the promises we make to ourselves?

Your Wellness

Can You Still Be Healthy If You're Overweight?

Researchers discovered that even if people didn't have any metabolic diseases at the start of the record-keeping, those who were obese were more likely than those of normal weight to develop health issues as time went on.

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Tips for Healthy Weeknight Meal-Prepping

The founders of Clean Cut Fitness & Nutrition shared their top meal prepping tips with us. Check out these easy-to-do tweaks so you can enjoy healthy meals all week.

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