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20 Chefs Reveal The Food Items They Always Have in the Freezer

Move over, ice cream! These options deserve a spot in your freezer.


40 'Healthy' Foods That Nutritionists Never Eat

I see you, veggie chips.


Do You Have Relationship Separation Anxiety?

Yes, it's possible to have separation anxiety in relationships, too — here's why it happens and how to deal.


F.D.A. Advisers Endorses Merck’s Covid Pill for High-Risk Adults

An expert committee on Tuesday voted narrowly to recommend that the Food and Drug Administration authorize a Covid pill from Merck for high-risk adults, the first in a new class of antiviral drugs that could work against a wide range of variants, including Omicron. 


These Fit Celebrities Over 40 Will Inspire You to Hit the Gym

How is Gabrielle Union 46 years old?!


Sure Signs You May Have Long COVID, Say Experts

These are the COVID-19 long haul symptoms seen by us and among population at large: fatigue, weakness, and rapid heartbeat.


40 Symptoms That *Always* Warrant a Call to Your Doctor Right Away

Don’t take these warning signs lightly.


The 5 Best Fiber Supplements You Should Be Taking

Sometimes you need a little help to get things moving.


Travel Nursing Jobs Are Paying More Than Ever—But There's a Catch

Travel nurses can double and triple their income—if they’re willing to waive long-term retirement and insurance benefits. Is the financial freedom worth the trade-off?


What to Expect: Ultrasound Costs

Ultrasounds are common for most people during pregnancy, but they can be expensive. Here's what you need to know about ultrasound costs, insurance coverage, and affordable options.


These Are the Best Exercises to Burn Belly Fat As Fast As Possible

These moves will ignite EVERY inch of your core. 🔥


Men who vape have a higher risk of erectile dysfunction compared to non-vapers, study finds

In a survey of more than 13,000 men aged 20 and over, those who reported daily e-cigarette use were twice as likely to have ED compared to non-vapers.


How to Know When Appetite Loss Is the Sign of Something Serious

Can't get excited about meal time? Here's what it could mean.


Here's How to Deal With Pesky Hunger Pangs

If your stomach is grumbling like this, it can only mean one thing.


22 Healthy Ways to Welcome 2022, from Walking to Simple Acts of Kindness

These tiny, simple actions are way easier and more effective than typical resolutions. Just like that, another year has come and gone. January 2022 is more than just the first month of a new year—it’s a chance to start fresh, rethink your approach to wellness, and imbue your life with a new sense of purpose. Although you probably have a few resolutions in mind already, we’re not here to tell you to set more; in fact, you should feel free to take this year off. There’s nothing wrong with setting resolutions, of course, but you might prefer making a few simple changes to setting lofty (and frequently overambitious) goals. So instead of setting your sights on sweeping life changes like getting fit, weight loss, or deleting social media, focus on the smaller stuff, whether that’s walking more each day, cooking one more meal at home each week, limiting phone time, or redecorating your room. That way, you’ll work toward your larger goals without feeling overwhelmed, and learn something new about yourself during a less-stressful process. It's truly a win-win situation. Now that 2022 is upon us, there’s no better time to welcome the new year than with a renewed passion for your wellbeing, focusing on everything from your brain health to your inner peace, your diet to your workout routine. With a little bit of consistent effort and some small steps, you’ll slowly change your lifestyle for the better. These are the best ways to welcome 2022, according to experts and researchers.


A Year Ago, He Couldn’t Run for 20 Minutes—Now He’s Clocking Sub-3 Hour Marathons

When Victor M. Solano was diagnosed with high cholesterol, he knew he had to make a lifestyle change. Here’s how he did it.


Jazz Jennings opens up about binge-eating disorder and 100-pound weight gain

Ahead of the "I Am Jazz" season premiere on Tuesday, Nov. 30 on TLC, Jazz Jennings and her mom, Jeanette Jennings, sat down with TODAY Show for a new interview.


12 Atopic Dermatitis Treatments Dermatologists Rely On to Manage the Chronic Skin Condition

You don't have to live with dry, itchy, discolored skin forever—here's how to find relief.


Simple Eating Habits for Getting a Lean Body After 40

A couple of expert dietitians share their tips for getting a lean body and maintaining weight loss after 40.


Here's What to Know About ‘Anti-COVID’ Pills, Including If They Really Treat COVID-19

The data is promising so far.


The 20 Best Mental Health Books of 2021

Start your mindfulness journey with a good read.


What to donate to a food bank — and what to avoid

While food banks are appreciative of all donations, they do try to avoid certain items.


Gym Insiders Reveal When You're Most Likely to Score a Deal on a New Membership

Let's face it: gyms offer amenities that your house simply does not, like expensive exercise machines, indoor pools, and group fitness classes that allow you to show off all those cute workout clothes you bought.


What we know and don’t know about the omicron variant

As the world waits to learn more about the latest coronavirus variant, omicron, NBC senior national correspondent Tom Llamas joins TODAY to run down just what is known about it so far, including how transmissible it is and how effective vaccines are against it.


Impress Your Guests With a Butter Board

Food on boards is very popular, perhaps more popular than it’s ever been. Search “grazing table” on this world wide web, and you’ll find lots of photos of very large charcuterie and cheese boards, along with many blogs insisting that they are not just “big charcuterie boards.” Grazing tables are a different, new concept unlike any board you’ve ever seen before. (They’re also not a buffet. Buffets are ugly and grazing tables are beautiful.)


Moderna CEO: Current vaccines less effective against Omicron

Drugmaker executive predicts a "material drop" in the efficacy of existing vaccines against the new variant.


29 Weird Phobias That Really Do Exist

Turns out practically anything can be terrifying to someone.


Sushi Is Actually Pretty Healthy. Mostly.

There’s actually a ton of nutrition packed into those rolls.


You Wouldn't Last a Day on The Rock's 6,000 Calorie Diet

This is his six-meal-a-day nutrition plan.


I Totally Forgot Heather Locklear Was A Fitness Icon Back In The Day

Ohhhh, this takes me back.


These will be the biggest healthy food trends in 2022, according to a dietitian

A registered dietitian shares her prediction for the hottest healthy food trends for the new year.


The 8 Best Weighted Blankets for Runners

Improve sleep, reduce stress, or settle in for a post-marathon self-hug with these top recommendations for weighted blankets.


Michael J. Fox, 60, Gives Health Update—Says He's Doing ‘Above Average, for a Brain-Damaged Man’

“I’m sailing a ship on stormy seas on the brightest of days.”


US health officials launch new measures to tackle omicron variant

Concern is growing over the latest coronavirus variant, omicron. While there has yet to be a case reported, U.S. health officials are considering tougher rules for travelers entering the U.S. before the busy Christmas travel season. NBC’s Sam Brock reports for TODAY.


Tarotscopes: Monthly Tarot Horoscopes for Every Zodiac Sign

Find out what's in store for 2021 with your monthly tarot horoscopes.


We Tried Every Burger at Burger King and This Is the Best

We tried every burger at Burger King to find out which are the absolute best burgers the fast-food chain has to offer. Here's what ranked #1!


Experts Settle the Debate: Is It Better to Work Out in the Morning or at Night?

I don't know what's worse: the alarm blaring at 5 a.m., filling me with workout dread, or the anxiety that tends to creep in at the end of the day after I've failed to squeeze in some exercise.


How to Do Face Yoga for a More Sculpted, Firm, and Glowing Complexion

Experts explain the benefits of face yoga and more.


These Celebrities Have the Most Inspiring Things to Say About Battling Cancer

"The cancer served a real purpose, making me a little bit more conscious of time," said Gloria Steinem.


The Best Exercise Apps To Stay in Shape After 60, Trainers Say

If you're over 60, these are the best workout apps to gain strength and build muscle, according to personal trainers.


28 Foods the World's Healthiest People Eat Every Day

Defy your age by filling up on these longevity-boosting foods.


16 "Unhealthy" Foods That Aren’t That Bad For You, According To Nutritionists

Pizza is definitely a go.


Miss USA Elle Smith says the pageant needs 'to be more inclusive to all body types'

"We all look very similar," Miss USA Elle Smith told Insider shortly after winning the competition on Monday.


Brie Larson Just Made Weighted Push-Ups Look Easy

Push-ups with bodyweight alone are challenging, but Larson added chains to the movement.


Philadelphia farm grows food to donate to communities in need

Amy and Tony D’Orazio have a personal commitment to serve their community with their 300 acre farm by not only giving away everything they grow but also nurturing their self esteem. Meals are provided daily and the kitchen academy teaches them how to work in the food industry. Harry Smith reports for TODAY.


How to Navigate and Set Boundaries This “Y El Novio?” Season

While the holiday season can be a time of joy and connection, it can also be a time of anxiety and awkward conversations.


Eating This After Lunch Increases Your Risk of Dementia, Study Says

According to recent research, eating foods high in refined carbs as a snack after lunch can put you at a higher risk for dementia.


Surprise: Red Bell Peppers Have More Vitamin C Than an Orange

We're adding those (and 30 of our R.D.'s other favorite superfoods) to our diets ASAP.


Doing This in the Bathroom Can Slash Your Heart Attack Risk, Study Finds

Concerned for your heart health? Experts say that doing this one thing in the bathroom may slash your heart attack risk by 30 percent.


20 Healthy Snacking Swaps to Make Next Time You're Hungry

Avoid the mid-afternoon slump with these nutritious swaps.