Health & Fitness


11 Tips for Making At-Home Cooking Even Healthier

Cooking healthy at home does not have to be a chore.

How to Get Rid of Dark Circles, According to Dermatologists and Makeup Artists

Plus, how to prevent them in the first place.

New patient guide for mood and anxiety disorders available to the public

A new book developed by the Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA) and published by the American Psychiatric Association (APA) provides readers with the evidence-based knowledge and tools to understand mood disorders and make informed decisions toward lasting mental health and well-being.

Dr. Sanjay Gupta explains why these types of weight loss drugs may be riskier than others

In this week’s “Dr. Sanjay Gutpa On Call,” readers asked about the risks of taking compounded weight loss drugs. These versions of weight loss drugs are often more widely available and can be cheaper than their brand name counterparts.

Is It Better to Take Social Security at 62 or 67? The Answer Is Simpler Than You Might Think.

Here's how to decide on the best age to file for benefits.

Break the 4% Retirement Rule. Here’s What Works Better.

You may be able to spend more savings early on in retirement using a more flexible approach.

Stiff person syndrome patients share what it’s like to live with the rare disease

Two people who are living with stiff person syndrome — a rare neurological disorder that causes muscle rigidity and spasms — shared with Fox News Digital what their experience has been like.

The Surprising Health Benefits of Cherries—and the Best Ones to Eat

Stock up on these fruits this summer.

How to Begin an Exercise Routine as a Part of Your Obesity Treatment Plan

Fact checked by Nick BlackmerFact checked by Nick Blackmer Exercise and regular movement are essential for overall health and are an important factor in weight loss—though not the only factor. Obesity is a complex disease that increases the risk of additional diseases, like cancer, heart disease, stroke, and type 2 diabetes. However, participating ...

How Is Hidradenitis Suppurativa Diagnosed?

Medically reviewed by Susan Bard, MD Medically reviewed by Susan Bard, MD Hidradenitis suppurativa (HS)—sometimes also called acne inverse—is a chronic skin condition that causes lesions on your skin that may look like painful bumps or pus-filled abscesses. Because symptoms of many skin conditions can look similar, getting a proper diagnosis can he...

What Happens to Your Body When You Eat Fish Regularly

Whether you love salmon, tuna or cod, eating the recommended two fish meals per week can offer some impressive health benefits.

The worst paper for paper cuts is revealed – and it can even slice through chicken

12 Diabetes Symptoms You're Probably Ignoring

Diabetes often creeps up quietly, masking its symptoms in plain sight, and many of us might not even notice. Shockingly, in 2017, about 50% of people with diabetes globally didn’t know they had it, especially in poorer areas where healthcare is limited (source). Why should this alarm you? Spotting diabetes early can mean the difference

He lost 40 pounds on Mounjaro. Can he maintain it without the drug?

After a lifelong struggle with his weight, journalist Brad Olson explains how hard he’s worked to maintain his weight after getting off the popular but expensive weight loss drug.

Protein — How Much Do We Actually Need?

While protein is a very important nutrient for a healthy diet, how much of it do we really need?

Biohacking 101: Simple Ways to Boost Your Body and Mind

Ever feel like you could use a software update but for your body and mind? Biohacking might sound like something out of a sci-fi movie, but it’s really about making small, smart tweaks to improve your physical and mental performance. Ready to hack your way to a better you? 1. Start With Your Sleep Quality...

Common Blood Pressure Drug Increases Lifespan And Slows Aging in Animals

The hypertension drug rilmenidine has been shown to slow down aging in worms, an effect that in humans could hypothetically help us live longer and keep us healthier in our latter years. Previous research has shown rilmenidine mimics the effects of caloric restriction on a cellular level. Reducing available energy while maintaining nutrition within the body has been shown to extend lifespans in several animal models. Whether this translates to...

Ask A Nutrition Professional: What Is The Nutrient Value Of Chia Seeds?

Expert opinion from Kelsey Masso Master of Science in Health and Wellness Management /Bachelor of Science in Food and Nutrition · 2 years of experience · USA Chia seeds are a nutritious food that offers a variety of health benefits. Chia seeds are high in fiber, protein, and omega-3 fatty acids. They also contain antioxidants and minerals such as c...

'How Mounjaro Helped Me Lose 55 Pounds, Eat Healthier, And Feel Stronger In The Gym'

Trainer Natalie Wilgus tells her weight loss success story.

What Every Cat Owner Should Know About Catnip

Catnip is a natural herb, similar to mint, that used to be used as a relaxing tea, but these days it is mainly used for cats. There are many ways to give your pet catnip, whether it be in toys, in a spray, or simply by eating the herb directly. Catnip affects each cat differently, either ramping them up or mellowing them out. It can often put them in a calm and playful mood, leading to many seeing it as a recreational drug for cats. This only lasts about 10 minutes or so and they generally won't react to catnip again until an hour after the effects have worn off. It is possible for a cat to have too much catnip, with symptoms ranging from dizziness and trouble walking to diarrhea. However, catnip is generally non-toxic, so eating or smelling too much will not cause any long-term damage to your pet's health.

This 1 Cat Pee Colour Can Be A Red Flag Sign Of Health Issues

Here's what to look out for.

I Was 'Supermom.' When I Suddenly Became Disabled, I Expected Empathy — Not This.

"In my darkest moments, school officials who used to applaud my parenting now wondered if I was up for the task."

Should You Be Taking Lion's Mane Mushrooms for Your Health?

Lion's mane mushrooms have grown in popularity, but should you be taking them? These are the benefits and side effects to keep in mind.

Which Is Better For Diabetics: Boiled Or Steamed Potatoes? A Review By Nutrition Professionals

Longest-Living Animals That Make Great Pets

Dogs are amazing, but the longest-living pets stick around for up to 10 times as long.

Why Samsung's Sleep Apnea Feature Might Be a Big Deal

Samsung sets itself apart from other smartwatch companies as the first to offer a feature that may detect the potentially dangerous sleep disorder.

Yoga Benefits And The Effects For Health And Well-Being

Benefits of yoga...

Dietitians Reveal the 3 Types of Foods You Should Avoid While on Semaglutide To Speed Weight Loss

Scaling back on certain fare also curbs the risk of side effects like GI upset, nausea and vomiting

Older weight loss drugs are in demand. But are they safe or effective? And should you take them?

With Ozempic-type weight loss drugs in short supply, more people are turning to old-school weight loss drugs such as Qsymia and Contrave, which come in pill form but also include serious warning labels.

5 Signs Your Android Is Infected With Malware

Malware on your Android device can be bad news, but you may not even know it has it. Here are five signs that your Android device is infected.

8 Ways to Relieve Lower-Back Pain From Sitting, According to an MD

If you work a job that requires you to sit at a desk for the majority of the day (either at home or in an office), odds are you're familiar with lower-back pain.

Health insurance | Making it consumer friendly

The new master circular on health insurance by the regulator repeals past circulars and is a step towards making insurance transparent and consumer friendly

​Why some people still have long Covid – and others never did at all

Four years on from when the pandemic began, vast numbers of people remain desperately unwell, some two, three or even four years after first contracting the virus. “The planet has acquired a huge new medical specialty of chronically unwell people,” says Danny Altmann, an immunology professor from Imperial College London. “Estimates range from betwe...

What Happens If You Drink Coffee Every Day? Nutritionists Spill the Beans

This drink is more than just your morning fuel and can boost your mood

If You Test Positive for Covid, Can You Still Travel?

As new coronavirus variants gain traction across the United States, summer travelers are facing a familiar and tiresome question: How will the ever-mutating virus affect travel plans? In light of updated guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the answers may be slightly different from those in previous years. Here’s what to know about traveling this summer if you’re worried about — or think you might have — Covid-19....

Medical Tourism in Retirement: Healthcare Costs, Opportunities and Risks

The medical tourism market has grown significantly, with patients worldwide choosing to travel outside of their country for medical care, both necessary and elective. In the US, the government estimates that more than 150,000 Americans each year travel abroad seeking healthcare. One emerging segment within this sector is older patients who elect to get their […] The post Medical Tourism in Retirement: Healthcare Costs, Opportunities and Risks...

3 new cases of possible bird flu reported in Colorado

State health officials in Colorado have identified three new possible cases of bird flu among poultry workers. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment said in a release Friday that it had identified three presumptive positive cases of avian influenza in workers who were responding to an outbreak of the virus at a commercial…

'I Missed The Miracle Of Pregnancy Because I Was Busy Hating My Body—Now I Help Other Women Avoid That Trap'

Kelsey Wells shares her story in an essay for 'Women's Health.'

6 Types of Special Needs Dogs

To own a dog is to know a special kind of love. To care for a special needs dog is to learn how to love unconditionally. Those who adopt special needs pups learn bond with their pups in a unique way as they navigate the challenges they both face. Even though they may have struggles other dogs don’t have, they can still live a magical life with the ...

13 Tips From Lose It! Members on Overcoming a Weight Loss Plateau

Who better to talk to about a plateau than someone who’s on the other side of it? We turned to Lose It! members, plus a registered dietitian, for helpful advice on how to deal when your weight loss seems stalled.

ARFID, the ‘silent eating disorder,’ gaining attention

Unlike anorexia nervosa or bulimia, ARFID it is not a mental issue associated with a negative self-image.

Study urges media to focus on mental health impact of climate change

The media needs to do more to report on the mental health impact of climate change, according to a new public health study out of the University of Alberta.

Achieve financial wellness: Be happier, wealthier and more financially secure

Most of us aren't taught how to manage our money well. CNBC Make It's online course Achieve Financial Wellness: Be Happier, Wealthier & More Financially Secure is here to change that.

‘Moving in with my family made me healthy and happy – I’m not surprised it helps people live to 100’

Ever thought about moving in with the grandparents, or having them come to live with you? If so, you are part of a worldwide trend. In the UK 1.8 million households have multiple generations living together under one roof, says one study – an increase of 38 per cent in just 10 years. Interior designer Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen was recently singing th...

Nasal spray could ‘wash’ brain clean of Alzheimer’s disease proteins

Millions of people around the world have the disease.

Dietitians debunk 7 myths about nuts, including concerns over protein and kidney stones

There’s a lot to love about nuts. Not only are they a portable snack, they’re also the key part of beloved foods like trail mix, nut butters and, yes, several candy bars. But while many people go nuts for, well, nuts, there’s also plenty of myths surrounding these healthy fat-filled foods, ranging from their protein content to their connection to k...

‘We are blessed’: My mother, 72, gets $11,000 a month, not including income from retirement savings. Should she get long-term care insurance?

“She worked for 25-plus years as a county nurse and, as such, she has a healthcare plan and a great pension, both for life.”

13 tips for sleeping better with sciatica

If you’ve ever had sciatica, it’s not the type of pain that you’re likely to forget in a hurry. “Pain is not always an accurate marker for the degree of injury, but nerve pain can be particularly unpleasant; sciatica has been described as like having toothache in your bottom,” says Aidan Spencer, an osteopath who frequently treats patients with the...

Can I collect my dead spouse’s Social Security and my own at the same time? Here are 5 secrets of ‘survivors benefits’ you need to know

Double dipping on benefits?

This is Why People in Costa Rica Live Longer than Anywhere Else in the World

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